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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Sue Me!


Snapshot

President Trump greets Customs and Border Patrol representative Adrian Anzaldua during an eventuality to salute U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in a East Room of a White House. (Alex Brandon / AP)


What We’re Reading

North Dakota Showdown: Despite being created off by vital GOP donors, Republican Representative Kevin Cramer might still flip Heidi Heitkamp’s seat with his stubborn support of President Trump, who stays renouned in a state. (Elana Schor, Politico)

Reclaiming Their Term: Democratic socialism is holding off—and it merits a review unclouded by domestic fear-mongering, writes Elizabeth Bruenig. (The Washington Post)

The New Boogeyman: Conservative media has focused a scorn on New York congressional claimant Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Here’s why. (Jane Coaston, Vox)

A Country of Compromise: Noah Rothman argues that America is great— always has been and always will be. (Commentary Magazine)

Behind a Scenes: Internal ICE papers uncover the supervision environment traps for undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens. (Noah Lanard, Mother Jones)


Visualized

Income Inequality: How most income are we creation relative to a rest of a world? (Leslie Shapiro and Heather Long, The Washington Post)

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