Barf BagWelcome to Barf Bag, a daily politics roundup to help you sort through the chaotic Trumpian news cycle.
Fall, the best season, is almost here.
Here’s all the shit we couldn’t cover today:
- A federal appeals court has ruled that Missouri can enforce anti-abortion laws requiring clinics to be affiliated with ambulatory surgical centers, which threatens to shut down one of the state’s two remaining abortion providers. [New York Times]
- There’s another Omarosa tape. [Talking Points Memo]
- Speaking of Omarosa, the White House has a new policy that no longer allows staffers to leave their phones outside the Situation Room. [CNN]
- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is distancing himself from a gross political mailer sent by the New York State Democratic Committee that accused Democratic challenger Cynthia Nixon of being anti-Semitic. [CNN]
- You will also never find Cuomo on the New York City subway. [Politico]
- Donald Trump is going to write the “real book” that counters journalist Bob Woodward’s account of the Trump White House, okay?? [Politico]
- Mike Pence is willing to take a lie detector test to prove he didn’t pen the anonymous op-ed in the New York Times. [HuffPost]
- Attorney General Jeff Sessions is planning to increase the number of immigration judges by 50 percent by the end of the year. [Politico]
- He also wants the judges to show less sympathy for immigrants. [BuzzFeed]
- The Trump administration seeks to deport Francis Anwana, a 48-year-old deaf and disabled man who has lived in the U.S. for 34 years. [Detroit Free Press]
Here are some tweets the president was allowed to publish:
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