The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: ‘Believe Me, She Would Not Be My First Choice’

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Fighting for Survival: Tom Tremblay, a police-officer-turned-consultant, has advocated for passionate attack and domestic assault victims over a final 3 decades. He spoke with Vox about a reasons victims mostly wait to come brazen with their stories. (Sarah Kliff)


Free Fallin’: Donald Trump’s debate is now in a state of “bad giveaway fall,” as states that typically opinion for Republican possibilities are unexpected entrance into play for Hillary Clinton. Take a demeanour here. (Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post)

Question of a Week

This week, we asked who would paint Mars in Congress, if President Obama’s goal is achieved and humans are means to “remain there for an extended time.” We got some good responses, though here are dual of a favorites:

Reader Michael Wood recalls that Dennis Kucinich, a former Democratic presidential contender, saw a UFO in Washington and claimed he had “felt a tie in his heart and listened directions.” Wood pronounced Kucinich is “clearly best positioned to continue his purpose as liaison.”

And props to Michael Zarrelli for suggesting a late Congressman James Traficant, another Ohio Democrat, who used to finish speeches with a phrase, “Beam me up!

Check out a Notes territory for more good submissions, and stay tuned for subsequent week’s Politics Policy Daily.

-Written by Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey) and Candice Norwood (@cjnorwoodwrites)

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