In This Episode
The midterms are six months away and new polling has the race closer than you might expect, Donald Trump forgets who he endorsed in Ohio, and later: some fun with the highlights and lowlights of Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
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SIX MONTHS TO GO
- NYT: Democrats’ Mystery: How to Brighten a Presidency and a National Mood
- Axios: Dems punch back against GOP’s “culture war” attacks
- CNN: This ad tells you a whole lot about Joe Biden’s political problems
- NYT: Biden Received Early Warnings That Immigration and Inflation Could Erode His Support
- FiveThirtyEight: The GOP Primary For Ohio Senate Will Be A Test For Trump — But Probably A Win For Trumpism
- NYT: Once Soft-Spoken, Ohio Conservatives Embrace the Bombast
- Business Insider: Trump confused the names of candidates in a closely contested GOP Senate primary that’s 2 days away — one of whom he endorsed last month
- NYT: Opinion: The Ohio Primary and the Return of the Republican Civil War
- Politico: Trumpworld braces for ‘a couple of ugly nights’ in May
- Politico: Immigration reform withers as Democrats descend into border infighting
CORRESPONDENTS’ DINNER RECAP
- Slate: What Trevor Noah Got Desperately Wrong at the White House Correspondents Dinner
- Insider: Ron DeSantis says he would never attend a White House Correspondents’ Dinner with a ‘cabal’ of ‘reviled’ journalists
- Playbook: Party city
- Politico: Washington Stages Its Own 1970s Disaster Movie
- WaPo: Pent-up partying before — and long after — the correspondents’ dinner
- NYT: Before Washington’s ‘Nerd Prom,’ Lots of Risk-Benefit Calculation
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