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What We’re Reading Today: The (Trump Re-Election) Squad, GPS Nukes, Mexican Xenophobes…And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

The Left

Trump’s Going To Get Re-Elected, Isn’t He? — Thomas Friedman, NY Times

Dems Should Confront Their Revolutionaries Before It’s Too Late — Henry Olsen, Wash Post

Omar & Tlaib May Be Refused Entry To Israel — Noa Landau, Haaretz

In Berkeley, Manholes Are Now ‘Maintenance Holes’ — Filipa Ioannou, SF Gate

Omar Website: End ‘Capitalist System,’ Guarantee Jobs, Abortion For All — Terry Jeffrey, Town Hall

Bill Clinton WH Press Secy: Trump Supporters Want ‘Blood From People of Color’ — Kristinn Taylor, Gateway Pundit

Berkeley First US City To Ban Natural Gas In New Homes Sarah Ravani, SF Chronicle

Law

Ted Cruz Disturbed By Trump Judicial Pick’s Ruling Against Catholics — Alex Swoyer, Wash Times

Army Court: Trump Tweets Didn’t Unlawfully Prejudice Berghdahl Desertion Trial — Zack Budryk, The Hill

National Security

Justice Dept: Qualcomm Antitrust Ruling Threatens Nat Security Ben Lovejoy, 9to5mac.com

Locations of 150 US Nuclear Weapons In Europe Leaked — Tariq Tahir,The Sun

Immigration

Majority of Mexicans Favor Deporting Their Illegal Aliens — Kevin Sieff & Scott Clement, Wash Post

Bill Clinton’s Tougher-Than-Trump Deportation Raids — Timothy Meads, Town Hall

Army Corps To Build Four New Miles of Wall In Texas — Rio Grande Herald

Politics

List of 137 House Dems Who Voted Against Trump Impeachment — Anna Laffrey, CNN

List of 20 Dem Pres Candidates Qualifying For Next Debate — Lauren Egan, NBC

Misc

House Lets Families of 200 Marines Killed in 1983 Terror Attack Access Iran Funds Mairead McArdle, NR

Russia Mulls Changing Constitution To Extend Putin Rule — Bloomberg

Was Planned Parenthood Chief Fired For Refusing To Say Men Can Get Pregnant? — Mikaiah Bilger, Life News

Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.): ‘I’m a person of color. I’m white’ — Colby Itkowitz, Wash Post

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