In This Episode
Seven Republicans take the stage for the second primary debate, and they all manage to lose to the guy who isn’t there. Jon, Jon, and Dan react to all the canned lines, missed opportunities, and—yes—awkward sex jokes that made this a night to forget. Meanwhile, the front-runner grovels for the UAW endorsement in an appearance at a non-union shop—just a day after being found liable for massive fraud in New York.
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NYT: Six Takeaways From a New York Judge’s Ruling Against Donald J. Trump
NYT: Ruling Against Trump Cuts to the Heart of His Identity – By Haberman
Daily Beast: Team Trump Prepares for Doom at New York Bank Fraud Trial
The Atlantic: The End of Trump Inc.
Vox: Trump could now be on the hook for up to $250 million for fraud
WaPo: How much would your house be worth if the Trump Organization owned it?
AP: Judge Chutkan denies Trump’s request to recuse herself in federal election subversion case
BBC: Joe Biden makes history by joining UAW picket line
APNEWS: Biden urges striking auto workers to ‘stick with it’ in picket line visit unparalleled in history
NewYorker: Joe Biden’s Visit to the U.A.W. Picket Line Was a Powerful Political Gesture
Chris Hayes monologue on All In
Politico: Trump’s labor record will trail him as he wades into UAW strike
The Guardian: Trump to woo blue-collar Michigan workers after Biden’s stop at UAW strike
NYT: U.A.W. Leader Says He Sees ‘No Point’ in Meeting With Trump
CNN: Trump claims to be pro-worker. His record says he’s anti-union
NYT: What Polling After the First Debate Tells Us About Round 2