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A rickety ironing board. An overstuffed Filofax. An instinct for the political jugular. “She had to be savvy to find a way,” said @CoryBooker, her old friend & rival. Our look at how Kamala Harris got here and what it means that she did, w/ *the* @llerer:https://t.co/FlUwdeSDKF
Beyond complicated legal Qs abt whether Trump can circumvent Congress to create his own tax-and-spend policies, and the economic debate about whether a payroll tax even helps the right people, the proposal leaves Trump juggling political priorities. https://t.co/WFvNUQ0rzC
NEW: hi from Wilmington, where secretive preparations are underway for event at Hotel du Pont, a place Biden has frequented throughout his career. It could be for anyone. But we did see vendors the Biden campaign has used. pic+quick story w/ @thomaskaplan https://t.co/wMFqbdEpdl
new and news from Wilmington: Biden's VP pick is said to be imminent. his search committee process is complete, and now it's up to him to make a final call. w/ @alexburnsNYT @jmartNYT (with the caveat, as always, that timing with Biden is often fluid!) https://t.co/8GgtrnJX39
NEW: Wall Street $$$ is lining up bigly behind Joe Biden — even after Donald Trump slashed taxes and regulations. $11.5 million went to one Biden committee created in part for finance industry cash in just May and June. W/ @katekelly/@thomaskaplan —> https://t.co/7Ov0evayle
Two veteran senators flame out of ‘08 Dem primary. One becomes VP. One is helping pick the next one, they hope. What Biden’s faith in Chris Dodd says about him — and why some Ds believe that faith is misplaced. W/ the *great* @RebeccaRuiz & @melbournecoal https://t.co/wv232pvNFH
Of all the contenders for VP, none offer quite the contrast with Biden — in the story of her life and the story of her politics — as the Democratic congresswoman from California. A deep look at Karen Bass from LA with @adamnagourney https://t.co/kWJ5OKiLrw
“Ask him," Schumer told me when asked why he hasn't been talking one-on-one with McConnell. McConnell on why he’s not sitting down with Schumer: "Because you need the guy with the pen,” he told me. A look at the two Senate leaders during the crisis: https://t.co/7NZSaoXgSe