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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: The Calls Are Coming From Inside the House


Snapshot


What We’re Reading

Preferential Treatment?: Elizabeth Warren’s critics have suggested that she used her Native American ethnicity to get ahead professionally. A new Boston Globe investigation shows they’re wrong. (Annie Linskey)

‘Turn Off The NFL’: Republicans aim to use the NFL kneeling controversy against Democrats running in states President Trump won in 2016. (Tarini Parti, Henry J. Gomez, Buzzfeed News)

Old Dog, New Tricks?: When he ran for governor in 2006, Democrat Phil Bredesen won all 95 of Tennessee’s counties. Now, he’s a quiet favorite to replace retiring Republican Senator Bob Corker in a state that went for Trump by 26 points. (Gabriel Debenedetti, New York Magazine)

What’s Become of Rudy: Rudy Giuliani shares President Trump’s political style—theatrical, combative, and played to the base. Jeffrey Toobin profiles the former mayor turned presidential lawyer. (The New Yorker)


Visualized

Midterm Madness: Keep track of all the midterm elections, and see who’s most likely to win key races. (Politico)

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