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Happy Monday from monster Don Jr. and his monster truck:

Here’s all the shit we couldn’t cover today:

  • After much speculation that she might not make the cut off in an absurdly cramped Democratic primary field, it seems that New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has met the 65,000-donor threshold to appear in the televised June primary debates. [New York Post]
  • On Friday, the same day that the White House honored veterans on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Government Accountability Office found that the Trump administration violated its own rules by deporting former service members, and immigration officials have no idea how many veterans they deported. It could be as many as 2,000. [Washington Post]
  • Elaine Chao reportedly used her position as Transportation Department Secretary to prioritize grants and funding that would benefit Kentucky as her husband, Sen. Mitch McConnell, was preparing his re-election campaign. [Politico]
  • Four H1-B visa holders are suing the Trump administration for delaying work applications. [Quartz India]
  • Hillary Clinton’s brother Tony Rodham has died. He was 64. [Politico]
  • Andy Cohen and Andrew Cuomo co-wrote an op-ed on BuzzFeed News about New York laws that continue to discriminate against LGBTQ people. [BuzzFeed News]
  • Julian Castro has a plan to tackle lead poisoning. [BuzzFeed News]

Here are some tweets the president was allowed to publish:

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