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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: ‘I’ve Always Kind of Felt Like …


Snapshot

People conflict outward a joint core during a Alamo Gym, following a sharpened during Santa Fe High School Friday in Santa Fe, Texas. David J. Phillip / AP

What We’re Reading

Bill Gates Tells All: During a new Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation event, Microsoft owner Bill Gates removed meetings with Donald Trump in that he asked about the disproportion between HIV and HPV. (David Smith, The Guardian)

Is President Trump a Next Ronald Reagan?: Bret Baier, a arch domestic anchor of Fox News, thinks so. (Susan Glasser, The New Yorker)

Dehumanizing Rhetoric: Paul Waldmann argues that President Trump’s criticism job newcomer squad members “animals” is part of a sold strategy he’s used often: “Focus on crimes committed by particular immigrants as a approach of ginning adult fear and hatred, formulating animus toward all immigrants.” (The Week)

On a other Hand: Referring to MS-13 squad members as “animals” is accurate, argues Caleb Howe. The boss is merely telling a law about a heartless travel gang. (USA Today)


Visualized

Happy Anniversary: America is one year into Robert Mueller’s review into Russian nosiness in a U.S. presidential election. Here’s where things stand. (The Washington Post)

Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/05/the-atlantic-politics-policy-daily-ive-always-kind-of-felt-like-eventually-it-was-going-to-happen-here-too/560756/

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