“Necessary conferences and calls on China Commerce Deal, and extra, at present with my workers,” President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday morning. “Large progress being made on soooo many various fronts!” | Andrew Harnik/AP Photograph
FIRST IN PLAYBOOK — THE PRESIDENT’S WEEK AHEAD: MONDAY: Trump will give a speech to the Venezuelan American group in Miami. TUESDAY: The president is assembly with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Homeland Safety Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
WEDNESDAY: Trump can have lunch with Pompeo. He’s assembly with and can take part in an expanded bilateral assembly with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. THURSDAY: Trump will obtain an intel briefing. He’ll attend a reception for African American Historical past Month.
THE LATEST ON THE WALL — WAPO’S TOLUSE OLORUNNIPA, BOB COSTA and JOSH DAWSEY: “‘End that wall’: Trump seeks to show his failure to construct the wall into marketing campaign rallying cry”: “President Trump and his political group plan to make his years-long quest for a border wall one of many driving themes of his reelection effort — trying to show his failure to construct such a undertaking right into a combative gross sales pitch that pits him towards the political institution on immigration. Trump has declared a nationwide emergency to safe the funds Congress has repeatedly denied him regardless of his personal admission that the transfer is prone to get tied up in court docket.
“This transfer has galvanized a lot of his supporters at the same time as others on the best stay doubtful and upset. His marketing campaign is fundraising off his showdown with congressional Democrats over the border — portraying the opposition occasion as extra fascinated by political video games than the general public’s security.’” WaPo
— “With Trump’s Robust Deterrents, Many Asylum Seekers on the Border are Giving Up,” by NYT’s Jose A. Del Actual, Caitlin Dickerson and Miriam Jordan in Tijuana, Mexico: “Pushed past their limits by extended waits in harmful and squalid circumstances in components of Northern Mexico, hundreds of caravan members who had been ready to hunt asylum in the USA seem to have given up, Mexican officers stated, dealing President Trump an obvious win after a humbling week for his immigration agenda.
“About 6,000 asylum seekers who had traveled en masse, a lot of them in defiance of Mr. Trump’s calls for that they flip round, arrived in Northern Mexico in late November as a part of a caravan that originated in Honduras. Since then, greater than 1,000 have accepted a proposal to be returned dwelling by the Mexican authorities, the officers stated. One other 1,000 have determined to remain in Mexico, accepting work permits that had been supplied to them final fall, on the peak of worldwide consternation over tips on how to take care of the rising presence of migrant caravans.” NYT
SUNDAY BEST — CHRIS WALLACE interviewed WHITE HOUSE POLICY ADVISER STEPHEN MILLER on FOX NEWS’S “FOX NEWS SUNDAY”: WALLACE: “I didn’t want to do that. How does that justify a nationwide emergency?” MILLER: “Nicely as you already know Chris, we have already got four,000 troops on the border in mild of a nationwide emergency, a choice that was made virtually a yr in the past, as we see an growing variety of individuals crossing the border in addition to growing violence in Mexico. What the president was saying is that like previous presidents, he might select to disregard this disaster, select to disregard this emergency as others have; that’s not what he’s going to do.” … Video of Wallace and Miller change on Trump utilizing the Nationwide Emergencies Act for constructing a wall
— CHUCK TODD spoke with SEN. RON JOHNSON (R-WIS.) on NBC’S “MEET THE PRESS”: TODD: “Do you share the priority that different conservatives have that, if that is allowed to grow to be precedent, the place a president, thwarted by a Congress that he disagreed with, can end-run Congress this fashion and declare a nationwide emergency to take appropriated cash and spend it anyplace, local weather change, weapons, you title it?”
JOHNSON: “Completely, I share these considerations, which is why we’ll take a really cautious have a look at what he is doing right here on this occasion. However once more, I’ve to emphasize, this president has been thwarted for hold — you already know, in his try to hold this nation protected and safe, to safe, to safe our borders.”
— THE DEMOCRATIC PUSHBACK: MARTHA RADDATZ spoke with CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERAL XAVIER BECERRA on ABC’S “THIS WEEK”: RADDATZ: “Mr. Lawyer Normal, let me ask you, are you able to say positively that California might be submitting a lawsuit, and when that can occur?” BECERRA: “Martha, positively and imminently.” RADDATZ: “And – and imminently Monday? Nothing will cease you?” BECERRA: “No motive. We’re ready, we knew one thing like this may occur. And with our sister state companions, we’re able to go.”
— DANA BASH spoke with SEN. SHERROD BROWN (D-OHIO) on CNN’S “STATE OF THE UNION”: BASH: “You stated it looks like [Trump’s] making an attempt to disregard the Structure. However you defended President Obama for taking govt actions on immigration when Congress would not act. So, why is it OK for President Obama and never President Trump?
BROWN: “Nicely, that is the primary form of emergency we have now seen like this that a president has accomplished this. He could not get the Mexicans to construct the wall. He could not get Congress to vote the cash in. That is the — in truth, the primary emergency declaration like this in — with that form of assemble, the place he obtained turned down by Congress after which went forward and did it.”
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Good Sunday morning. SPOTTED eating at a Mar-a-Lago final evening: President Trump and the First Girl; Invoice Belichick; Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her husband Bryan; Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Hilary Ross; U.S. ambassador to South Africa nominee Lana Marks; Lois Pope; Nick Owens; Anthony Pratt; and Keith Schiller.
WHAT’S ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’S MIND THIS A.M.: @realDonaldTrump at 7 a.m.: “Necessary conferences and calls on China Commerce Deal, and extra, at present with my workers. Large progress being made on soooo many various fronts! Our Nation has such improbable potential for future development and greatness on a good greater stage!”
… at 7:24 a.m.: “Democrats within the Senate are nonetheless gradual strolling tons of of extremely certified individuals wanting to return into authorities. By no means been such an abuse in our nation’s historical past. Mitch shouldn’t let Senate go dwelling till all are permitted. We’d like our Ambassadors and all others NOW!”
… at 7:41 a.m.: “52% Approval Ranking, 93% in Republican Social gathering ( a file )! Fairly wonderful contemplating that 93% (additionally) of my press is REALLY BAD. The ‘individuals’ are SMART!”
… at 7:52 a.m.: “Nothing humorous about drained Saturday Evening Stay on Pretend Information NBC! Query is, how do the Networks get away with these whole Republican hit jobs with out retribution? Likewise for a lot of different reveals? Very unfair and needs to be seemed into. That is the true Collusion!” … at 7:56 a.m.: “THE RIGGED AND CORRUPT MEDIA IS THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!”
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CLICKER — “Saturday Evening Stay” chilly open with Alec Baldwin
MORE SUNDAY BEST — MARGARET BRENNAN spoke with SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-S.C.) on CBS’ “FACE THE NATION”: BRENNAN: “Have you ever ever requested Rod Rosenstein if in truth that [25th Amendment] dialog occurred?” GRAHAM: “Whereas he is publicly denied it, however, the entire level of Congress present is to offer oversight of the manager department. So by means of good reporting by ‘60 Minutes,’ there’s an allegation by the appearing FBI director on the time that the deputy lawyer basic was mainly making an attempt to do an administrative coup, take the president all the way down to the twenty fifth modification course of. The deputy lawyer basic denies it.
“So I promise your viewers the next; that we are going to have a listening to about who’s telling the reality, what truly occurred.”
— HOUSE INTEL CHAIRMAN ADAM SCHIFF (D-CALIF.) spoke with DANA BASH on CNN’S “STATE OF THE UNION: “Look, you’ll be able to see proof in plain sight on the difficulty of collusion, fairly compelling proof. Now, there is a distinction between seeing proof of collusion and having the ability to show a legal conspiracy past an affordable doubt.”
NAUERT DROPS OUT — “Nauert Quits as UN Decide After Nanny Subject Mentioned to Floor,” by Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs, Nick Wadhams, and Margaret Talev: “State Division spokeswoman Heather Nauert is withdrawing from consideration as President Donald Trump’s nominee to be ambassador to the United Nations, in keeping with an announcement. Nauert’s nomination started to falter after the White Home was alerted to an issue in her background: She had prior to now employed an immigrant nanny who was within the U.S. legally however wasn’t licensed to work, in keeping with two individuals accustomed to the matter.
“The State Division assertion with remarks from Nauert on Saturday evening didn’t acknowledge the difficulty along with her nanny or every other particular drawback along with her nomination. Nauert’s nanny situation grew to become politically untenable — and would have seemingly come out in her affirmation listening to — on condition that halting unlawful migration was a centerpiece of Trump’s marketing campaign and has animated his struggle to construct a wall on the border with Mexico.” Bloomberg
— QUINT FORGEY and NAHAL TOOSI: “A former White Home official stated the withdrawal is one other instance of the White Home asserting nominees earlier than totally finishing the vetting course of. … It was not instantly clear whether or not Nauert would stay in her position on the State Division, however an announcement by Pompeo recommended she wouldn’t.
“Pompeo stated Nauert ‘carried out her duties as a senior member of my group with unequaled excellence,’ including that he had ‘nice respect’ for her resolution to drop out of the operating for the diplomatic publish. ‘I want Heather nothing however the most effective in all of her future endeavors and know that she’s going to proceed to be an important consultant of this nation in no matter position she finds herself.’” POLITICO
NEXT UP — NYT’S ANNIE KARNI and MAGGIE HABERMAN: “One particular person accustomed to the present discussions stated that Kelly Knight Craft, the ambassador to Canada, was being mentioned as a risk for the position. Others stated that one other title being floated was Richard Grenell, the ambassador to Germany who not too long ago frolicked with a United States delegation that included Ivanka Trump.” NYT
ON THE WORLD STAGE — POLITICO EUROPE’S MATTHEW KARNITSCHNIG and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN in Munich: “Munich Insecurity Convention: Transatlantic variations laid naked at annual protection powwow”: “Be nervous. Very nervous. The Munich Safety Convention — a discussion board conceived through the Chilly Conflict to debate safety threats and challenges — has by no means been an occasion for the faint of coronary heart. Even so, the temper at this yr’s gathering, the 55th, would finest be described as funereal.
“Lengthy a showcase for the solidity of the postwar Western alliance and America’s enduring dedication to European safety, this yr’s convention has seemed extra like a transatlantic actuality present. ‘Individuals are not speaking to one another, nor at one another, they’re speaking by means of one another,’ stated Ana Palacio, a former Spanish overseas minister who has been attending the convention for greater than 20 years.
“It’s no secret Europeans and Individuals (i.e. the Trump administration) have been at odds over a laundry listing of points together with the Iranian nuclear deal, local weather coverage, commerce and dedication to NATO. But the interplay between the 2 sides in Munich – which bordered on the caustic, each in public and behind the scenes – left some members warning that the estrangement threatens to hobble the transatlantic safety alliance at a time of rising instability.” POLITICO EU
— “Amongst European Allies, Individuals Supply Competing Visions,” by NYT’s Katie Rogers and David E. Sanger in Munich: “Vice President Mike Pence made his case for ‘America First’ within the deeply hostile territory of an annual convention of America’s closest European allies on Saturday. … Mr. Pence obtained a predictably tepid response, primarily from a crowd of visiting Individuals. …
“Hours later, Mr. Pence’s predecessor, Joseph R. Biden, obtained a quick standing ovation after delivering an impassioned rebuttal to the Trump administration’s therapy of allies, in what gave the impression to be the overseas coverage plank of a marketing campaign for president — if he decides to run. ‘I promise you, I promise you,’ Mr. Biden stated. ‘This too shall move. We might be again. We might be again.’ He by no means outlined ‘we.’” NYT
— HOT VIDEO — @HowardMortman: “‘The room was silent for a really lengthy second’ — Pool report on VP Pence opening remarks at John McCain Award Ceremony at Munich Safety Convention. Right here’s video after Pence says: ‘I convey greetings from the 45th president of the USA of America, President Donald Trump’” — 36 second video
2020 WATCH – “Bernie Sanders data video asserting 2020 marketing campaign,” by Holly Otterbein: “Bernie Sanders, inching nearer to a second bid for the White Home, has recorded a marketing campaign video by which he says he’s operating for president in 2020, in keeping with two individuals accustomed to the spot. It’s the most recent signal the unbiased senator, the runner-up within the 2016 contest for the Democratic nomination, is nearing a presidential announcement. … It’s unclear when, and even whether or not, the Sanders video might be launched.” POLITICO
— CHUCK TODD spoke with NYC MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO on NBC’S “MEET THE PRESS”: TODD: “Do you propose to take this message nationally and run for president?” DE BLASIO: “I’ve not dominated it out however I will take this message nationally any means you slice it as a result of this can be a second, Chuck, it is an pressing second.”
PHOTO DU JOUR: German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes Vice President Mike Pence for a bilateral assembly through the Munich Safety Convention on Saturday. | Matthias Schrader/AP Photograph
ELIANA JOHNSON — “Trump bets on North Korea to interrupt his shedding streak”: “Stung by home defeat after a shedding battle with Democrats in Washington, D.C., this winter, President Donald Trump hopes his negotiating abilities can obtain higher outcomes some eight,000 miles away when he meets with North Korea’s chief in Vietnam later this month. Trump will journey for his second session with the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to debate whether or not the strongman may relinquish his nuclear weapons in return for an finish to financial isolation.
“Skeptics name it a idiot’s errand. However even some harsh critics of Trump’s overseas coverage maintain open the likelihood that the president may discover it simpler to take care of the diminutive Asian tyrant than with Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi. At a minimal, the Hanoi summit affords Trump an opportunity to shift a shedding political narrative which dates again to the drubbing his occasion took in November’s midterm elections.” POLITICO
— NYT’S PETER BAKER: “The Conflict That Wasn’t: Trump Claims Obama Was Able to Strike North Korea”: “America was on the point of conflict. As President Barack Obama ready to go away workplace, he was considering one more battle in Asia, the place the USA had already fought twice for the reason that 1950s with out successful. This time, the enemy had nuclear weapons. The potential for devastation was huge. Wait a minute — don’t keep in mind Mr. Obama’s near-war with North Korea? Neither do the individuals who had been working for Mr. Obama on the time. However President Trump has been telling audiences currently that his predecessor was on the precipice of an all-out confrontation with the nuclear-armed maverick state.
“The best way Mr. Trump tells the story, the jets had been virtually scrambling within the hangars. ‘I consider he would have gone to conflict with North Korea,’ Mr. Trump stated within the White Home Rose Backyard on Friday. ‘I believe he was able to go to conflict. In reality, he instructed me he was so near beginning a giant conflict with North Korea.’” NYT
THE LATEST ON NORTHAM — “Richmond’s donor class and the VMI brotherhood stand behind embattled Virginia governor,” by WaPo’s Gregory S. Schneider in Richmond: “On the Friday evening that Gov. Ralph Northam’s political profession blew up, two members of Richmond’s enterprise elite obtained right into a automobile and headed to the Government Mansion.
“Gil Minor, a neighborhood company titan and main donor to each political events, and Tom Slater, a distinguished lawyer, wished to see the governor face-to-face as they absorbed the surprising information that a racist photograph had been unearthed from his 1984 medical college yearbook web page.They may not get to Northam (D) that evening however sat in his workplace the next Monday to ship a message: Hold in there.
“Minor and Slater are a part of a donor class in Richmond that has rallied behind the embattled governor. However maybe extra vital, they’re a part of a Virginia Army Institute brotherhood, an elite alumni corps that features a number of of the state’s energy brokers. They didn’t need Northam, the primary VMI graduate to grow to be governor, to go down in shame. That help is a significant motive that Northam has clung to workplace when a lot of the political world has referred to as for his head, leaving Richmond locked in a limbo of dysfunction that reveals no signal of adjusting quickly.” WaPo
FOR YOUR RADAR — “U.S. Army Begins Flying Assist for Venezuela to Colombia,” by NYT’s Ernesto Londoño: “The USA navy started flying humanitarian support to a Colombian metropolis near the Venezuelan border on Saturday in an effort to turbocharge a reduction plan that has grow to be a cornerstone of the search to oust President Nicolás Maduro.
“Army personnel used C-17 cargo planes to move hundreds of dietary dietary supplements and hygiene kits from a base close to Miami to Cúcuta, the principle staging floor for tons of of tens of millions of dollars in humanitarian support that Venezuelan opposition leaders and their worldwide backers hope to get throughout the border.” NYT
— “Syrian navy linked to greater than 300 chemical assaults, report says,” by WaPo’s Louisa Loveluck: “The Syrian authorities and affiliated forces have launched greater than 300 assaults utilizing chemical weapons through the nation’s almost eight-year battle, a report stated Sunday. The findings by the Berlin-based International Public Coverage Institute provide probably the most complete file to this point of presumed chemical substances weapons use in Syria, the place the lengthy conflict seems to be winding down. The tally by the coverage group additionally might be cited as a part of any doable worldwide conflict crimes instances towards the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.” WaPo
BONUS GREAT HOLIDAY WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, submitting from Panama Metropolis, Panama:
— “The Secret Historical past of Girls in Coding,” by Clive Thompson within the N.Y. Instances Journal: “Pc programming as soon as had a lot better gender steadiness than it does at present. What went flawed?” NYT Journal
— “Abuse of Religion,” by Robert Downen, Lise Olsen, and John Tedesco within the Houston Chronicle: “20 years, 700 victims: Southern Baptist sexual abuse spreads as leaders resist reforms.” Houston Chronicle
— “Ryan Adams Dangled Success. Girls Say They Paid a Value,” by NYT’s Joe Coscarelli and Melena Ryzik: “A number of ladies say Adams supplied to jumpstart their music careers, then pursued them sexually and in some instances retaliated after they spurned him. He denies the claims.” NYT
— “Why Does It Really feel Like Everybody Has Extra Cash Than You?” by Jen Doll in Harper’s Bazaar: “Monetary assist from dad and mom is available in many varieties, and it’s the idea of so many success tales. So why do millennials act prefer it doesn’t exist? Jen Doll examines the parable—and tyranny—of the ‘self-made’ success story.” Harper’s Bazaar (h/t Longreads.com)
— “The Oil-Pumping Adventures of Rachael Van Horn,” by The New Yorker’s By Ian Frazier: “After witnessing a bombing in Iraq, the Military Reserves veteran and newspaper columnist determined to work by means of her P.T.S.D. within the fields of the Panhandle.” The New Yorker
— “The Moral Dilemma Going through Silicon Valley’s Subsequent Era,” by Victor Luckerson in The Ringer: “Stanford has established itself because the epicenter of pc science, and a farm system for the tech giants. Following main scandals at Fb, Google, and others, how is the college coming to grips with a world by which a lot of its college students’ dream jobs are actually vilified?” The Ringer (h/t Longreads.com)
— “Cory Booker on Animal Rights, Veganism, and How one can Change the World,” by Jasmin Singer in VegNews: “On this VegNews unique, Sen. Cory Booker—who simply introduced his 2020 presidential run—opens up about his hopes for legislative change with regards to animal welfare, the one factor every of us can do with the intention to be a part of a forward-thinking society, and simply why he’s so obsessed with what he eats.” VegNews
— “I Reduce the ‘Large 5’ Tech Giants From My Life. It Was Hell,” by Gizmodo’s Kashmir Hill: “Hill spent six weeks blocking Amazon, Fb, Google, Microsoft, and Apple from getting her cash, knowledge, and a spotlight, utilizing a custom-built VPN. Right here’s what occurred.” Gizmodo (h/t Longform.org)
— “Issues I By no means Knew About Snowboarding Till I Was a Personal Teacher in Aspen,” by Brandon Presser in Bloomberg Businessweek: “Slopeside shenanigans, gallons of sprayed Champagne, celebrities behaving badly, and… ski gangs? It’s all in a day’s work at Aspen.” Bloomberg Businessweek
— “The Machine Stops,” by Oliver Sacks in The New Yorker: “The neurologist on steam engines, smartphones, and fearing the long run.” The New Yorker
— “‘Down The Rabbit Gap I Go’: How A Younger Lady Adopted Two Hackers’ Lies To Her Loss of life,” by BuzzFeed’s Joseph Bernstein and Davey Alba: “Tomi Masters was a 23-year-old from Indiana who moved to California with desires of creating it massive within the hashish enterprise. Then she met a hacker who launched her to a darkish new world of digital manipulation, suspicion, paranoia, and concern — one which swallowed her alive and left her floating in a river within the Philippines.” BuzzFeed (h/t Longform.org)
SPOTTED: Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez and Alan Fleischmann procuring yesterday afternoon at Politics and Prose. The president purchased a variety of non-fiction books: one on the way forward for Asia, one on the Kennedys, Aristotle, and a biography of Frederick Douglass, in keeping with our tipster. …
… Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) at Gibson’s Bookstore in downtown Harmony, N.H. … Gene Sperling sitting outdoors at Rose Cafe in Venice … Stacey Abrams sitting in first-class on a Delta flight on Saturday from DCA to Atlanta — pic
REMEMBERING PAT CADDELL – NYT’s Sam Roberts: “Patrick Caddell, the political pollster who helped ship an obscure peanut farmer named Jimmy Carter to the White Home, later grew to become disillusioned with fellow Democrats and eventually veered to advise supporters of Donald J. Trump, died on Saturday in Charleston, S.C. He was 68. …
“In 2016, he grew to become a frequent commentator on Fox Information and suggested Stephen Okay. Bannon, who grew to become President Trump’s chief White Home strategist, and Robert Mercer, a pc mogul and contributor to the Trump marketing campaign.” NYT
— REMEMBERING MICHAEL J. PITTS — Pals from throughout the nation, all members of “Pitts Nation,” gathered in Washington, D.C. this weekend to rejoice the lifetime of Michael J. Pitts, a veteran Democratic logistics and transportation operative. Donna Brazile and Don Fowler, former DNC chair and Pitts’ mentor, learn a proclamation on the DNC winter assembly Saturday in Pitts’ honor.
WEEKEND WEDDING – “Jamie Geller, Daniel Schwarz” – N.Y. Instances: “The bride, 29, works in Washington as a senior adviser and the communications director for Consultant Joaquin Castro, Democrat of Texas. … The groom, who’s 33 and works in Washington, is the top of communications for the Home Judiciary Committee below its chairman, Consultant Jerry Nadler, Democrat of New York, for whom he has beforehand labored as communications director and overseas coverage adviser since 2015.” With a pic. NYT
BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Mark Shriver, SVP of U.S. packages and advocacy for Save the Youngsters. A enjoyable truth about Mark: “The Shriver household has been in Maryland since 1721. My dad’s grandfather, Thomas Herbert Shriver, took Jeb Stewart to the battle of Gettysburg at 16 years of age.” Playbook Plus Q&A
BIRTHDAYS: Betsy Fischer Martin (hat ideas: JMart and Tammy) … Cliff Sims … WH political director Brian Jack is 31 (h/ts Becca Coffman and Dave Pasch) … Kristin Roberts, editor for McClatchy’s East area newsrooms and host of “Past the Bubble” … Dianna Heitz, assistant managing editor at CNN Politics … Ashley Berrang of the Info Know-how Business Council … Curtis Tate (h/t Sandy Smith) … Sean Cartwright … Surya Gunasekara … Keegan Goudiss, managing companion at Revolution Messaging … Spence Geissinger … Boeing’s Fred Schwien (h/ts Ed Money) … Shantanu Chandra … Richard W. Pinto Jr. … Cara Camacho, VP of gov’t affairs on the Financial institution Coverage Institute … Drew Cantor … Ted Gavin … AARP SVP Barbara Shipley … Brian Cohen … POLITICO’s Kelsey Tamborrino, Lindsey Sullivan and Erica Fairbanks … Greg Matusky … Andrew Bilski …
… The Every day Beast’s Lachlan Markay (h/t Swin) … Steven Grossman is 73 … Howard Megdal … Google’s Will Hayworth (h/t Rebecca Bernbach Graves) … Anna Koval … Edith Honan … Danielle Most, deputy COS for Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.), is 35 (h/t Peter Cherukuri) … Samantha Vinograd, CNN nationwide safety analyst and an Obama NSC alum, is 36 (h/ts Morgan Ortagus and Ben Chang) … Frederick Hill of FTI Consulting … Alison Kutler … Kelsey Rohwer … Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) is 55 … Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-Wash.) is 57 … former Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) is 67 … Yitzi Weiner … James Lynch is 32 … Alex Sutton is 53 … Annamarie Rienzi … Debbie Hohlt … Allison Hunn … Shana Marchio … Skyla Freeman … David Carriero … Emmanual Guillory … Dave Cieslewicz.
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