Home / Politics / The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Locked Up

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Locked Up


A lady prepares a mount during a Executive Branch Job Fair hosted by a Conservative Partnership Institute during a Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill. Toya Sarno Jordan / Reuters

What We’re Reading

‘I Won’t Miss a Lot of Things About This Place’: In 2010, Idaho’s Raúl Labrador came into Congress prepared to hint a revolution. And while he and his associate Tea Partiers did change how Washington works, Labrador is withdrawal “more artificial than ever.” (Tim Alberta, Politico)

Trump-Putin Summit?: Now that Trump is behind from his ancestral limit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, he’s branch his courtesy to his subsequent high-profile meeting: a one-on-one with Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Susan B. Glasser, The New Yorker)

The Big Picture: Peter Van Buren argues that it doesn’t matter that side is harping on a Justice Department’s examiner ubiquitous report; a usually genuine takeaway is that the FBI shabby a presidential election. (The American Conservative)

‘Wrap It Up’: In an talk with a Washington Examiner, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell echoed a president’s impatience with a Russia probe: “If a IG is through, because can’t a Mueller review finally hang up?” (David M. Drucker)

Inside Trump and Cohen’s Rocky Relationship: Trump’s decade-long attribute with his lawyer, Michael Cohen, has never been easy. While Cohen has proven intensely loyal, the boss has infrequently doubted his veteran ability—so most so that he once cut Cohen’s $400,000 paycheck in half. (Rebecca Ballhaus, Michael Rothfeld, Joe Palazzolo, and Alexandra Berzon, The Wall Street Journal)


Trump’s Popularity Is Declining in All 50 States: But how most that recognition has shifted varies widely opposite a country. (Perry Bacon Jr. and Dhrumil Mehta, FiveThirtyEight)

The Face of God: A psychology investigate asked 500 Christians what a face of God looks like. Here’s what their stereotypes reveal. (Brian Resnick, Vox)

Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/the-atlantic-politics-policy-daily/562994/