Friday, September 1
Here’s a selection of stories worth reading today:
First from Bloomberg: Trump Said to Weigh Tying Debt Limit Boost to Harvey Aid (Bloomberg)
A post-Charlottesville online attack campaign against Sen. John McCain presents a warning for 2018. Russia-Linked Bots Hone Online Attack Plans for 2018 Vote (Bloomberg)
In today’s Washington Post, Joe Scarborough writes “From Pittsburgh to Pensacola, many Trump voters would prefer a leader who stops attacking allies, stays off Twitter and lets Congress get something done before Democrats retake control.” Trump Fatigue Comes Early (Washington Post)
How long China’s party congress lasts may be indication of level of support for president Duration of China’s Party Congress May Be Yardstick for Unity (South China Morning Post)
How Trump’s Nafta Threats are Bringing Mexico and China Together Trump’s Nafta Threats are Bringing Mexico and China Together (Bloomberg)
Most Read on the Terminal (Last 8 Hours):
Ex-JPMorgan Trader Spots a MiFID Gift for his Brokerage (Bloomberg)
Tweets of the Day:
@Brexit: Britain May Be Disappointed if it Expects Germany’s Next Government to be Kind about Brexit
@jdawsey1: Spicer joked that another former Trump aide lasted “10 Scaramuccis” at his going away party last night.
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