In South Carolina, obligatory Republican Representative Mark Sanford, a outspoken censor of Trump, is running against state Representative Katie Arrington, who perceived an publicity from Trump hours before polls were set to close. And in Nevada, Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani are sealed in a extreme conflict to turn a state’s initial Democratic administrator in some-more than dual decades.
Here are some of the other races we should keep your eye on.
What We’re Reading
Money Makers: Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner might offer as delinquent advisers to a president, though they still done during slightest $82 million final year from other business holdings. (Amy Brittain, Ashley Parker, and Anu Narayanswamy, The Washington Post)
‘The Door Has Been Opened to Peace’: Victor Cha, a former National Security Council executive for Asia, argues that we should give credit where it’s due: Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un just walked a United States behind from a margin of war. (The New York Times)
Lessons From Hollywood: Democratic lawmakers and DNC members have reportedly been holding recommendation about voter audience and domestic messaging from an doubtful source: a organisation of actors, writers, and producers in Los Angeles. (David Siders, Politico)
Bottom Line: While a Trump-Kim limit did not “fly off a rails” in an apparent way, former U.S. negotiators with North Korea were “unimpressed—even baffled—by a miss of substance,” Robin Wright reports. (The New Yorker)
A Step Back: Here’s how to magnitude either a assembly between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un was a success or failure. (Jonah Goldberg, The National Review)
‘Two Men, Two Leaders, One Destiny’: In Singapore, Trump common a four-minute movie-trailer-styled video with Kim Jong Un. Watch it here. (Vox)