THE BIG IDEA: Immigration is a losing emanate for Donald Trump, and he’s usually spent dual weeks articulate about it roughly any day. After telegraphing regularly that he would acquire a some-more politically savoury position, a Republican carefree used a much-ballyhooed discuss in Phoenix final night to make transparent that there will be no softening whatsoever. In some pivotal ways, he even hardened his position.

Republicans confronting 4 some-more years in a timberland will prolonged remember a rough convene in Phoenix as a low indicate of a Trump campaign, maybe even as a impulse that he definitively extinguished his hopes of apropos president.

That feeling will be utterly conspicuous given it came during a finish of a whirlwind day that competence differently have been remembered as a triumph.

Many domestic professionals from both parties personally believed Trump’s outing to Mexico to accommodate with President Enrique Peña Nieto was a master stroke, an brazen pierce that finished Trump demeanour vicious and presidential on a tellurian stage. Rightly or wrongly, even some critics believed that a billionaire projected pragmatism and showed that he could be effective during slicing deals.

But afterwards came Phoenix. In box we missed it, here’s a summation of what Trump said:

He announced that he will build a “Great Wall.” (“On day one, we will start user on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, pleasing southern extent wall.”)

He insisted “Mexico will pay” for it: “One-hundred percent. They don’t know it yet, though they’re going to compensate for a wall.”

He suggested that he’d like to expatriate his opponent. “Maybe they’ll be means to expatriate her.”

He pronounced Dwight Eisenhower’s “Operation Wetback” did not go distant enough. (He name-checked Ike though did not contend what a devise was called.)

He reiterated that he will indeed emanate “a deportation assign force” and betrothed to expatriate dual million “criminal aliens” starting on “day one.”

He pronounced undocumented immigrants seeking authorised hire would initial have to leave a country and try to lapse lawfully. “There will be no amnesty,” he said. “You can't obtain authorised hire or spin a citizen of a United States by illegally entering a country. Can’t do it. … Anyone who has entered a United States illegally is thesis to deportation.” He did not use a tenure “self-deportation,” though that’s exactly what he called for: “You can call it ‘deport’ if we want. The press doesn’t like that term. You can call it whatever a ruin we want.”

He claimed “countless Americans” are “victims of violence” by bootleg immigrants who are “dangerous, dangerous, dangerous criminals”: “We will emanate detainers for bootleg immigrants arrested for any crime whatsoever.”

He pronounced supervision has “no idea” how many undocumented immigrants are on U.S. soil: “It could be 30 million.”

“We’re like a large brag that keeps stealing kick up,” Trump explained. “We also have to be honest about a fact that not everybody who seeks to join a republic will be means to successfully assimilate. Sometimes it’s usually not going to work out. It’s a right, as a emperor republic to select immigrants that we consider are a likeliest to flower and develop and adore us.”

Read the full twin here, and watch a whole thing for yourself here:

– Bottom line: The deportation priorities Trump laid out in Phoenix could aim some-more than SIX MILLION people for IMMEDIATE REMOVAL, according to a consummate investigate by Jose DelReal. “He not usually called for stealing all undocumented immigrants who had committed crimes, though also pronounced he would prioritize those who have overstayed their visas for deportation. … An estimated 690,000 undocumented immigrants have committed poignant crimes that would make them confidence priorities — felonies or vicious misdemeanors — according to a investigate by a Migration Policy Institute. That series is closer to 2 million according to some, a Center for Immigration Studies, whom a Trump discuss has consulted on a issue. If visa overstays are also enclosed in a evident priorities, as Trump pronounced … a series would grow by about 4.5 million people … In all, a series of people prioritized for dismissal by ICE agents would operation between about 5.0 and 6.5 million.”

– Trump’s discuss will make it even harder for him to make inroads with electorate he needs in November. Most Americans remonstrate with his approach. A uninformed Fox News poll—which shows Clinton adult usually 2 points (41-39)—finds that voters, when presented with a choice, behind sourroundings adult a complement for bootleg immigrants now user in a United States to spin authorised residents over deporting them by a 77-19 margin. Those ancillary legalization behind Clinton over Trump by 18 points.

– Several of Trump’s many distinguished Latino surrogates contend they are reconsidering their support following a speech, according to Politico’s Katie Glueck. “Jacob Monty, a member of Trump’s National Hispanic Advisory Council, has resigned, and Alfonso Aguilar, a boss of a Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, pronounced in an talk that he is ‘inclined’ to lift his support. ‘I was a clever believer of Donald Trump when we believed he was going to residence a immigration problem practically and compassionately,’ pronounced Monty, a Houston profession who has aggressively finished a Latino box for Trump. ‘What we listened currently was not picturesque and not compassionate.’ He withdrew from a house following Trump’s speech.”

– It is substantially not a good pointer for Trump that former KKK personality David Duke and other fans of his in a alt-right favourite it so much:

Excellent discuss by Donald Trump tonight. Deport rapist aliens, finish locate and release, make immigration laws America First.

— David Duke (@DrDavidDuke) September 1, 2016

– Many achieved Republican operatives voiced grave regard that a Phoenix discuss will equivalent whatever rebound Trump competence have gotten from Mexico City:

Mitch McConnell’s former arch of staff:

Had Donald Trump left home and watched a re-run of a neophyte tonight he would’ve resurrected his candidacy. Instead, this…

— Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) September 1, 2016

Jeb Bush campaign’s communications director:

What was a indicate of a 2 week village act on immigration if this was finish game??

— Tim Miller (@Timodc) September 1, 2016

The former RNC Hispanic overdo director:

ughhh…. we was so carefree after a #TrumpInMexico trip. Please tell me this discuss gets a bit better, give me something to work with Trump

— Bettina Inclán (@BettinaInclan) September 1, 2016

The arch strategist on Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign:

Trump has to do do improved than Romney with white electorate or non-white. He’s doing worse with both. https://t.co/do1sR2sJp8

— stuart stevens (@stuartpstevens) September 1, 2016

A Republican user in Texas:

I guarantee you: Brooklyn is high-fiving tonight. Nothing about that discuss will make them worry politically. The Hispanic opinion is gone.

— Matt Mackowiak (@MattMackowiak) September 1, 2016

– This is bigger than one election: Trump is causing large LONG-TERM repairs to a Republican brand. We’re not focusing on it right now given we’re 68 days out from an election, though it is tough to exaggerate what an pure disaster this is for a celebration in a Sunbelt, a intermountain West and beyond. As I’ve explained before, Trump in 2016 is to a inhabitant GOP what Proposition 187 was to a California GOP in 1994.

John McCain and Jeff Flake wisely stayed divided from Trump’s eventuality last. Arizona’s comparison senator, now that he’s won his primary, contingency concentration on a ubiquitous choosing that is usually rival given of Trump. The lady senator is stressing out about 2018 given he knows a demographics.

– Clinton has been emboldened to redouble her efforts to put Arizona in play. The discuss will spend 6 total in a state to atmosphere a ad that calls Trump a bad purpose model.

Clinton’s orator elaborated:

Our discuss has a idea to register 3 million new voters. This discuss by Donald Trump tonight can usually help.

— Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) September 1, 2016

– Why was Trump’s tinge so many opposite in Mexico City than Phoenix? Here are a 3 likeliest explanations:

1. The claimant struggles to import opposing advice. Kellyanne Conway, his new manager, wants him to be softer and gentler so he can urge his hire with women. Steve Bannon, a conduct of Breitbart who is now his discuss CEO, and Stephen Miller, a former assistance to Jeff Sessions, crafted final night’s speech.

I consider I’ve figured it out:

Morning Trump is Conway Trump.

Evening Trump is Bannon Trump.

— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) September 1, 2016

2. Like many politicians, he is intentionally perplexing to be all things to all people. A chameleon in plaid, we competence say.

3. Trump is so unfortunate that he’s peaceful to try everything. Dana Milbank writes that a outing to Mexico was a “HAIL MARIA,” and usually someone who was losing would try it.

Maggie Haberman and Alex Burns write on the front page of today’s New York Times that tighten associates have been revelation Trump he’s in genuine risk of losing. “Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, who lobbied in welfare of a outing to Mexico, has told Mr. Trump that he contingency make evident changes to recover his balance … And on Monday, Mr. Trump’s son Eric met with comparison officials during a Republican National Committee in Washington and listened a grave augury of his father’s discuss … Without a vital reorganization of a electoral map, strategists indicated to a younger Mr. Trump, his father’s already slight trail to a 270 electoral votes he needs to win could vanish. Going by a pitch states one by one, celebration officials showed Eric Trump that his father was drastically underperforming other Republicans in a polls.”

– There are conflicting accounts of Trump’s private meeting with Mexico’s president: Trump pronounced during a corner news discussion that he and Peña Nieto didn’t plead who would compensate for a wall. Peña Nieto replied after on Twitter: “At a commencement of a review … we finished it transparent that Mexico will not compensate for a wall.” Trump orator Jason Miller responded with an ambiguous matter that pronounced “it is unsurprising that they reason dual opposite views on this issue, and we demeanour brazen to stability a conversation.” Peña Nieto orator Eduardo Sanchez, asked for clarification, pronounced a boss told Trump, “Mexico won’t compensate for a wall,” though that Trump did not respond.

– And there were several false claims in Trump’s Phoenix speech, via fact checkers Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Glenn Kessler:

Trump’s explain that “illegal immigration costs a republic some-more than $113 billion a year” comes from a indeterminate news by FAIR, an seductiveness organisation that wants to dramatically diminish legal immigration.

Trump personally says Clinton’s devise will yield Social Security to bootleg immigrants.

He steady the falsehood that Clinton skeleton to pierce in 620,000 new refugees from Syria.

Trump lauded dual Department of Homeland Security programs that have been widely scrutinized, and it’s argumentative how effective they are.

The immeasurable infancy of unapproved immigrants do not fit Trump’s outline of aggravated felons, whose crimes embody murder. U.S. Sentencing Commission information uncover homicides are a tiny commission of a crimes committed by noncitizens, either they are in a U.S. illegally or not.

Illegal immigration flows opposite a Southern extent in mercantile 2015 were during a lowest levels given 1972, solely for in 2011.


– The Supreme Court ruled that North Carolina can't use a despotic voter law in a arriving choosing given it was privately designed to diminution a poke of African Americans. The regressive justices were incompetent to stay a statute of a U.S. Court of Appeals for a 4th Circuit that found a law unconstitutional, Robert Barnes reports. ”Four justices — Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. — would have postulated many of North Carolina’s ask …. However, a court’s regressive members were incompetent to pull a fifth opinion from a court’s liberals. The uniformly divided statute was the latest detached decision for a justice that has been though a ninth member given Justice Antonin Scalia’s genocide in February. A unanimous quarrel of a 4th Circuit on Jul 29 resolved with allegations from a Justice Department and polite rights groups that North Carolina’s check selectively chose voter-ID requirements, reduced a series of early-voting days and altered registration procedures in ways meant to mistreat blacks.”

Democrats distinguished a news, that increases a odds Clinton will carry a Tar Heel State and so win a presidency:

Making it harder for someone to opinion is like revelation them they don’t matter. Big win for voting rights currently in NC. https://t.co/6YzV5v3nCF

— Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine) September 1, 2016

This story is 100x some-more applicable to a doubt of who is going to be President than Trump’s highway outing to Mexico https://t.co/UcnIGYarmP

— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) August 31, 2016

The Republican administrator who sealed a check — trailing badly in his bid for a second term – immediately attempted to income in:

Bad news. Roy Cooper liberals on Supreme Court won’t return voterID law. Chip in $3 to safeguard 1 chairman 1 opinion https://t.co/lQ2LVeJbhC

— Pat McCrory (@PatMcCroryNC) August 31, 2016


Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) now says he’s not going to quit after suggesting he might earlier this week. “I will not resign,” he said. “I’m not an alcoholic, and I’m not a drug addict, and we don’t have mental issues. What we have is a backbone.” But a administrator pronounced he was seeking “spiritual guidance” after leaving a pretentious voicemail for a Democratic authority and creation racialized generalizations about crime and race. “I will no longer pronounce to a press ever again after today,” he vowed. (New York Times)

A former Islamic nonconformist who upheld al-Qaeda and exhorted others to follow Osama bin Laden has assimilated George Washington University as a investigate fellow. Jesse Morton, who was innate in Pennsylvania and pronounced he became a Muslim when he was 20 after reading “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” while in jail for a drug offense argues that he can offer an insider’s viewpoint on Islamic radicalization — and how to opposite that threat. (Susan Svrluga)

The U.S. and a partners personally negotiated some loopholes for Iran in a arch understanding in sequence to concede Iran to get service as quick as probable from punishing mercantile sanctions. That’s a end of a news being expelled currently by a Institute for Science and International Security, that also spotlights dual exemptions that concede Iran to surpass a deal’s boundary on how many low-enriched uranium it can warehouse. (Reuters)

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was strictly private from office. She was technically impeached for violating check laws, though most believe her ouster has some-more to do with her unpopularity and a fact that a economy in Latin America’s largest republic is in low trouble. (Marina Lopes and Dom Phillips)

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un executed his emissary premier of preparation and sent other top aides to re-education camps. Jong-un apparently blamed a preparation premier for a “disrespectful posture” toward him during a Jun meeting. (Anna Fifield)

Scientists trust they have detected a oldest fossils ever … on a before snow-cropped towering in Greenland. The 3.7 billion year old fossils, if confirmed, would pull a Earth’s hoary record behind 200 million years. It supports a perspective that life existed tighten to a Earth’s birth and could be some-more common via a universe. (Joel Achenbach)

New York City child gratification officials are questioning Anthony Weiner over a licentious selfie he sent to a lady while in bed with his 4-year-old son. The Administration for Children’s Services showed adult Tuesday during a home Weiner and his disloyal wife, Huma Abedin. ( New York Post)

Kentucky GOP Rep. Ed Whitfield will renounce subsequent week from a House, a year after he announced his retirement underneath a cloud of a House ethics investigation. The cabinet resolved that Whitfield disregarded House manners by permitting his lobbyist mom to hit his staff. This triggers a dear special election… ( Associated Press)

Virginia Republicans intend to take Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) to justice over his latest play to return voting rights for felons. GOP leaders filed a “contempt of court” suit to stop a Clinton ally from fluctuating voting rights to over 200,000 felons. He has already finished so for 13,000. (Laura Vozzella)

Federal employees are one step closer to a 1.6 percent sovereign compensate raise. President Obama sent a minute to Congress yesterday that determined that volume if no other movement is taken. (Eric Yoder)

The FDA, dumbfounded that augmenting numbers of Americans are blending opioid painkillers and benzodiazepines, announced that it will need tough new warnings on product labels that spell out a vicious dangers of blending a drugs. The new “boxed warnings” — a strongest difficulty — will go on 389 detached products. The organisation will also assign that a warning go on opioid-containing cough medications. (Laurie McGinley)

“Congress is display how not to quarrel a Zika virus,” a heads of a CDC and NIH write in an op-ed for today’s Post.

South Carolina officials incidentally killed millions of sugar bees as partial of a spraying module to kill Zika-infected mosquitoes. (Ben Guarino)

The California legislature is nearby final capitulation of a check that would make it a crime, punishable by a jail sentence, to lift out and discharge clandestine video or audio stings opposite Planned Parenthood and other health-care groups. The magnitude was desirous by dual California antiabortion activists who finished clandestine videos of themselves perplexing to buy fetal hankie from Planned Parenthood. (Fred Barbash)

California is also poised to close a loophole ruling passionate attack cases. The check would extend protections to those who were comatose or exceedingly inebriated when a attack occurred. It privileged a legislature and is now before Gov. Jerry Brown (D). Ex-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner is being released on Friday after just three months in jail. (New York Times)

Texas and 12 other states asked a sovereign decider to put a DOJ’s lawsuit against North Carolina’s “bathroom bill” on hold. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants other lavatory bill-related suits to proceed first. (Buzzfeed)

The White House named 7 members of a slip house that Congress determined to assistance Puerto Rico control a spending and restructure a large debt load. Four of them have Puerto Rican backgrounds and many have worked in Puerto Rico before, a means a White House hopes will ease stress on a island, where some critics have purported that a house would be a colonial-style supervisor with some-more energy than a territory’s inaugurated officials. (Steven Mufson)

Body camera footage released by military in Oklahoma shows an officer pepper-spraying an 84-year-old lady after authorities entered her home to hunt for her son. (Peter Holley)


– Outside groups have now spent scarcely $100 million on a tip Senate races, including $40 million in Ohio and $30 million in Pennsylvania. About $15 million has been spent in Nevada, $6.8 million in New Hampshire and $4.3 million in Wisconsin. (Kelsey Snell and Anu Narayanswamy)

– “At a commencement of this week, a Trump discuss announced – to good pushing – that it was rising a $10 million ad buy from Aug. 30 by Sept. 6. … Two days later, half of that ad buy still hasn’t been purchased,” NBC’s Mark Murray reports. “Trump has purchased some-more than $5 million in ads in 5 states – Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and, yes, Michigan. But a orders still haven’t come in for a other states that a Trump discuss pronounced it would be promotion in – Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and Virginia.”

– Trump’s ground-game problem, by a numbers: PBS NewsHour tabulates that Clinton has 291 offices in 15 battlegrounds, and Trump has usually 88. (This includes corner presidential and celebration offices.) “Pennsylvania has dual Trump offices right now. North Carolina, one. Florida, a biggest pitch state prize, also has usually one – Trump’s Sarasota headquarters. Those 4 Trump offices cover 165,000 block miles of vicious choosing territory. Clinton has 100 offices in a same space. … The Trump discuss says it is reinventing a belligerent game. Its critics contend a discuss simply doesn’t have one.”

– That Fox News poll we mentioned in a large idea shows a competition between Trump and Clinton narrowing, with Clinton heading by usually 2 points nationally (41 to 39 percent). Libertarian Gary Johnson draws a not considerate 9 percent while Green Party claimant Jill Stein nabs 4 percent. The check concludes the third celebration possibilities are sketch some-more from Clinton than Trump as a head-to-head between them shows Hillary heading by 6 points (48-42). Her lead in a same check a month ago was 10 points.

– A Marquette law propagandize poll of Wisconsin electorate also shows Clinton’s corner squeezing to pre-convention levels. She leads Donald among purebred electorate by 5 points, 42 to 37 percent, with 19 percent not expressing a preference. That’s down from a 10-point lead in early August. A Monmouth University check in Wisconsin reliable those results, display Clinton with a 5-point lead over Trump. Democrat Russ Feingold leads Sen. Ron Johnson (R) by 13 points (54-41).

– McCain’s win Tuesday means that, for a second cycle in a row, no GOP Senate obligatory will go down in a primary. It’s a validation of McConnell’s devise to muscularly strengthen his members. “The prevalence by Senate Republicans could yield a roadmap for GOP strategists in other races, utterly destiny presidential campaigns,” Paul Kane explains. “They could also meant a altogether weakening of a regressive movement’s ability to lift income and vigour senators to opinion their approach for fear they will pull a clever primary hazard … ‘The enlightenment of primaries within a Senate GOP discuss apparatus is where a whole celebration needs to go,’ pronounced Josh Holmes, McConnell’s 2014 discuss manager whose firm, Cavalry, worked for McCain and several Republican incumbents. ‘If your pursuit is to win elections we don’t usually chuck adult your hands and say, gosh, we certain wish electorate don’t collect a male who can’t presumably win.’”

– Republicans have had much less success at stealing a possibilities they wish on a House side. The latest instance is in an Arizona House district, where a disturbed policeman tarnished by liaison won a primary in what would differently have been a pick-up. Paul Babeu is so argumentative that dual of his sisters have warned opposite ancillary him. His troubles embody user during a Massachusetts boarding propagandize famous for inhumane disciplinary practices; being outed as happy by a Mexican newcomer notwithstanding his tough stands on immigration; and inventory a wrong congressional district on his central forms. (Amber Phillips)


– Two late four-star generals will announce they are subsidy Clinton today. Bob Sennewald (former Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command) and David Maddox (formerly Commander in Chief, U.S. Army-Europe) write in a corner matter that will go out from a discuss later: “Having any served over 34 years and late as an Army 4-star general, we any have worked closely with America’s strongest allies, both in NATO and via Asia. Our votes have always been private, and conjunction of us has ever formerly lent his name or voice to a presidential candidate. Having complicated what is during interest for this republic and a alternatives we have now, we see usually one viable leader, and will be voting this Nov for Secretary Hillary Clinton.”

– When Congress earnings from recess subsequent week, Republicans will be prepared with several uninformed attacks on a Democratic nominee. Previewing a push, a organisation of Republicans yesterday asked a Justice Department to emanate a special warn and “investigate a Clinton Foundation and purported ‘pay to play’ strategy where donors to a Clinton Foundation were means to obtain inapt entrance to and change over afterwards Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.” (David Wegiel)


– Russian hackers could indeed tip a U.S. election, by Craig Timberg and Andrea Peterson: “The purported Russian hacks to voter registration systems in Arizona and Illinois unprotected one of a vital diseased spots in choosing systems. Deleting or altering information on voter rolls could means mayhem on Election Day, disenfranchising some voters. Many voting machines themselves also are vulnerable, generally touch-screen systems that do not emanate a paper record as a ensure opposite rascal or strategy … Several pitch states, including Pennsylvania, Florida and Virginia, have uncertain touch-screen systems in some jurisdictions. Other states, such as Georgia and New Jersey, still use them during any polling station.”

– Wikileaks owner Julian Assange, who released the hacked emails from a Democratic National Committee, makes no apologies for assisting a Russians criticise American sovereignty. During an talk with a New York Times in a Ecuadorian embassy in London, he declined to impugn Vladimir Putin or his government. “Whether by conviction, preference or coincidence, WikiLeaks’ ask releases, along with many of Mr. Assange’s statements, have mostly benefited Russia, during a responsibility of a West,” a Times notes. “Among United States officials, a rising accord is that Mr. Assange and WikiLeaks substantially have no approach ties to Russian comprehension services. But they contend that, during slightest in a box of a Democrats’ emails, Moscow knew it had a sensitive opening in WikiLeaks, where intermediaries could dump pilfered papers in a group’s anonymized digital inbox.”

The hacker, actively avoiding assign associated to sex crimes, claims dubiously that WikiLeaks “neither targets nor spares” any specific nation. “But given WikiLeaks’ singular resources and a hurdles of translation, Mr. Assange said, since concentration on Russia, that he described as a ‘bit actor on a universe stage,’ compared with countries like China and a United States? In any event, he said, Kremlin crime is an aged story. ‘Every male and his dog is criticizing Russia,” he said. “It’s a bit boring, isn’t it?’”

Assange accuses a American media of compelling Clinton, who he calls “a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone’s necks as shortly as she wins a election.” He pronounced that yesterday in a Facebook live interview.

– Shot: The Clinton discuss hosted a discussion call for Eastern European village leaders to prominence Trump’s coziness with Putin. “Vladimir Putin could not dream adult a improved presidential claimant than Donald Trump to assistance him pierce his grand prophesy forward,” Madeline Albright said. (Business Insider)

– Chaser: Trump will accept his second personal comprehension harangue on Friday during a FBI’s bureau in New York City. (ABC News)


— ZIGNAL VISUAL: Trump totally drowned out all other domestic news yesterday. Among a kick reporters covering both Trump and Clinton, roughly all a review was about a Mexico revisit and a Phoenix speech. A word cloud from a analytics partners:

You can’t make this things up:

.@rudygiulianiGOP wearing a “Make Mexico Great Again Also” shawl @realDonaldTrump convene in #Phoenix #fox10phoenix pic.twitter.com/W13GmKtrIz

— Marc Martinez (@marcfox10) September 1, 2016

Trump’s assembly in Phoenix final night was generally riled up:

Someone during this convene usually shouted “Obama’s a queer!”

— Jose A. DelReal (@jdelreal) September 1, 2016

Intro orator here during Trump rally/speech congratulates John McCain. Many in throng boo.

— Jill Colvin (@colvinj) September 1, 2016

Shouts from a crowd:

“You suck, media!”

“You all are fools!!”


“Tell a truth!!”

And about a few center fingers…

— Nick Corasaniti (@NYTnickc) September 1, 2016

Ann Coulter desired a speech:

I consider I’ll watch this discuss any night before going to bed so that we will nap like a baby.

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) September 1, 2016

I hear Churchill had a good spin of phrase, though Trump’s immigration discuss is a many pretentious discuss ever given.

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) September 1, 2016

Wow. This doesn’t sound like “softening.” GO, TRUMP!!!

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) September 1, 2016

So did Newt:

Mexican President by day, organisation immigration discuss by night. Good instance of how enterprising and brazen a Trump Presidency will be.

— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) September 1, 2016

On Fox News, Laura Ingraham — who is assisting Trump with discuss prep — praises him for giving “specific after specific” on immigration.

— Jenna Johnson (@wpjenna) September 1, 2016

Democrats had some generally oppressive responses. From a Rhode Island congressman:

This isn’t a process speech, it’s a hatred speech.

— ((David Cicilline)) (@davidcicilline) September 1, 2016

From a Texas congressman:

.@RealDonaldTrump Are we going to make your Trump models follow immigration laws too?

— Joaquin Castro (@JoaquinCastrotx) September 1, 2016

From a former Maryland governor:

As seen tonight @realDonaldTrump is a many anti-immigrant claimant in history. Policies would slice detached families, destabilize communities

— Martin O’Malley (@MartinOMalley) September 1, 2016

This does not seem really presidential:

Hillary Clinton didn’t go to Louisiana, and now she didn’t go to Mexico. She doesn’t have a expostulate or stamina to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 1, 2016

Then again, conjunction was Trump’s stipulation that “maybe” Clinton could be deported too:

Where would we even expatriate Hillary Clinton to? https://t.co/BvhOl7wUCZ

— Betsy Klein (@betsy_klein) September 1, 2016

The Huffington Post’s associate politics editor:

I am an newcomer and a former refugee. That discuss is not a America that we know and love.

— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) September 1, 2016

People debating accurate phrasing or word choice are blank timberland for a trees. He wants everybody a ruin out.

— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) September 1, 2016

Slate’s arch domestic correspondent:

Trump regularly tells us and shows us where his sympathies distortion and we don’t know how there are reporters who exclude to see it.

— Jamelle Bouie (@jbouie) September 1, 2016

Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol, no fan of Trump’s, believes a investiture media’s antipathy for a GOP carefree creates it harder for reporters to effectively investigate what he’s doing:

Lefty media types: Stop. Take a breath. You disgust Trump. Fine. But it’s now hampering your ability to news investigate a competition accurately.

— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) September 1, 2016

Given his low capitulation ratings, many domestic analysts — and distinguished Mexicans — were undetermined that Pena Nieto invited Trump:

Important to know a Mexican context here: Peña Nieto’s capitulation rating is abysmal: 23% progressing this month (https://t.co/e6YcAiLKkv).

— Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti) August 31, 2016

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox went after Trump again:

@realDonaldTrump, we invited we to come and apologize to all Mexicans. Stop lying! Mexico is not yours to play with, uncover some respect.

— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) August 31, 2016

How @realDonaldTrump will explain a “unexplainable”? Now perplexing to make adore to Mexicans, when he betrothed his supporters to chuck us out.

— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) August 31, 2016

And in Spanish: “There’s no going backwards, your offenses toward a Mexicans, Muslims and others have put you in the hole where we are today. Adios, Trump!”

No grain vuelta atrás, Trump, tus ofensas hacia los mexicanos, musulmanes y más, te han llevado al hoyo donde estás hoy ¡Adiós, Trump!

— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) August 31, 2016

Prominent Mexican publisher Enrique Krauze pronounced Trump won and Pena Nieto lost: “It was a 2-act play: Trump won his part: Friend of Mexico. Pena Nieto mislaid his:  he didn’t direct apologies or publicly reject a wall.”

Fue un teatro en 2 actos. Trump ganó el suyo: “amigo de México”. Peña perdió el suyo: no exigió disculpas, no condenó públicamente el muro.

— Enrique Krauze (@EnriqueKrauze) September 1, 2016

Wouldn’t be astounded if in a subsequent integrate of days video of a assembly here in Mexico miraculously seemed on internal tv…coincidence.

— jose diaz-balart (@jdbalart) September 1, 2016

Al Franken and Tom Perez went to a new Vikings lane and tossed a football around:

That time a @LaborSec and @alfranken threw a round during a Vikings lane pic.twitter.com/P3cK6iu85c

— Ricardo Lopez (@rljourno) August 30, 2016

Is Ted Cruz stealing disturbed about 2018?

! Ted Cruz fundraises off a intensity primary challenger from Mike McCaul or an “establishment candidate.” pic.twitter.com/Hclte7RkDN

— Teddy Schleifer (@teddyschleifer) August 31, 2016

Rick Perry, who could have challenged him, is going to seem on “Dancing with a Stars” instead. The former administrator went to see “Hamilton” on Broadway:

District denizens will appreciate:

Old Navy has a tone called “Marion Berry” pic.twitter.com/cAAwomcq9h

— Emily Guskin (@EmGusk) August 31, 2016


– CNN, “John Hinckley revealed: Stray cats, limos and a adore triangle,“ by Mary Kay Mallonee: “At a medium white-brick church on a corner of Colonial Williamsburg — where a Black Lives Matter pointer and a happy honour dwindle acquire parishioners and visitors — a assemblage of 250 has non-stop a arms to a renegade [Hinckley] whose intolerable crime scarcely altered a march of American history. Church leaders during Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists voted to mount alone in a village and give a prime male a part-time pursuit doing yard work on a church drift … Attempts to get a pursuit in a law library during a College of William and Mary, a grocery store and with Colonial Williamsburg failed; nothing wanted him, according to justice records. The priest of a Methodist church incited down Hinckley’s ask to volunteer; so, too, did a managers of a internal food cupboard for a hungry, a module for bad aged people and a internal animal preserve … A investigate of hundreds of justice papers regarding to Hinckley’s diagnosis shows he spends time pushing about city in his mother’s Toyota, selling for cat food during PetSmart, dropping by Sweet Frog for solidified yogurt or attending a harangue or art vaunt during a prestigious College of William and Mary.”

– Iowa Starting Line, “Awkward: All GOP State Senate Candidates Have Same Kids In Ads,” by Pat Reynard: “It seems a Republicans’ Senate Majority Fund brought in all their targeted possibilities and senators to one city to do a large corner TV fire with their consultant … So how many electorate in Northeast Iowa will notice that all these Republican possibilities are articulate to a accurate same organisation of people? If Republicans run these specific ads on TV – not usually online like now – it’s probable electorate will see 5 ads for 5 detached candidates, all with a accurate same scenes – and presumably all one after a other on their nightly news.”


President Obama is in Hawaii.

Trump speaks during a American Legion gathering in Ohio.

Vice President Biden campaigns for Clinton in Youngstown, Ohio. He’ll pronounce during a UAW kinship gymnasium and debate a Southside neighborhood. Then he goes to Cleveland to pronounce during another UAW hall. He ends a day in Wilmington, Delaware.

Tim Kaine and his mom Anne Holton are doing 4 corner events in New Hampshire: Dover, Laconia, Manchester and Nashau. Their thesis is education.


– A cold front triggers some showers currently and afterwards pushes pleasing fall-like conditions into a area Friday. “But Tropical Storm Hermine could still wreak massacre this weekend,” the Capital Weather Gang warns. “Heavy rains and blowing winds are looking some-more approaching for Saturday on a East Coast beaches and depending on a lane could still extend a corner of this complement into a area. Hopefully we evasion a misfortune of it though keep in hold of arriving refinements.”

– The Redskins sealed a preseason with a 20-13 victory in Tampa.

– The Nationals kick a Phillies 2-1, sweeping a series.

– Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has systematic open schools in a state to extend summer recess until after Labor Day commencement in 2017, sourroundings off an evident conflict with propagandize officials and Democratic legislative leaders. “Hogan (R), a assuage who has finished boosting Maryland’s economy a centerpiece of his administration, pronounced loitering a start of a propagandize year would be good for businesses, families and a sourroundings — given schools would not need to use air-conditioning for as many days in August,” Josh Hicks reports.

– A 21-year-old woman, 5 months profound with twins, was shot in a stomach outward a carryout corner in Northeast (Rhode Island Ave and 14th Street). Police contend she was an trusting bystander, usually going to get a cheesesteak. The woman’s mom pronounced a bullet hardly missed a uterus and that a unborn girls are approaching to survive. Thank God! But a cops haven’t gotten a perp yet.

– Another purported plant has come forward, accusing a Manassas church lady priest of creation inapt statements and exposing himself to her. Jordan D. Baird, 25, of Warrenton, is already charged with dual depends of faulty liberties by a protector and now faces an additional assign on a same thing, according to Prince William County Police. The incidents allegedly happened inside a Life Church on Balls Ford Road. (Dana Hedgpeth)

– WMATA isn’t working, cont.: Metro rail officials bypassed trains by a Rhode Island Avenue hire on a Red Line during rush hour final night after metal and petrify waste fell from a ceiling.


John Lewis went on Stephen Colbert and authorised himself to be carried adult by a crowd:

If we watch one thing today, we need to watch @repjohnlewis crowdsurfing on @colbertlateshow: pic.twitter.com/AOSl8Yvs4y

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 1, 2016

The Clinton discuss expelled a 2-minute web video about 103-year-old Ruline Steininger of Pleasant Hill, Iowa. She was innate before women had a right to vote, and she could not be some-more vehement to opinion for Hillary. “When we was in high school, a lady could be dual things: we could be a propagandize clergyman or we could be a nurse,” she says to camera. “The sky is a extent now; we can be president.”

At a American Legion convention, Clinton laid out why she believes that America is an well-developed nation and expel doubt on either Trump shares that belief. Here’s a four-minute clip:

The DNC brackets Trump’s discuss to a Legion gathering currently by highlighting some of his past criticisms of a military:

During a discuss on meridian change in Honolulu overnight, President Obama took a gash during pronouncing Papahanaumokuakea (“Papa-ha-now-moh-koo-ah-kay-ah”), a newly-expanded inhabitant sea relic in Hawaii. He couldn’t utterly get it right:

.@POTUS: “The Godfather II is maybe my favorite movie” pic.twitter.com/t0k9DzeOn3

— POLITICO (@politico) August 31, 2016

POTUS also close down a heckler who interrupted him:

“Morning Joe” finished another satirical video derisive “Amnesty Don.” Watch on Joe Scarborough’s Facebook page.

Check out what NOAA scientists found on an speed to see a fallen German submarine off of North Carolina’s Outer Banks:

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