The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Chris Christie Is in a Jam

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Hillary Clinton meets with attendees during a debate stop during Temple University in Philadelphia on Monday. Matt Rourke / AP

What We’re Reading

Imagining a Trump Presidency: The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos spent a summer interviewing historians, debate advisers, and other experts to learn what America could expect from Donald Trump’s initial tenure in office. The approach a claimant has run his debate says a lot about how he would act as president.

Biden Looks to a Future: In a QA with STAT, Vice President Joe Biden pronounced he will continue operative on a “cancer moonshot,” a cancer investigate initiative, “as prolonged as I’m alive,” though he won’t be partial of Hillary Clinton’s administration if she’s elected. (Dylan Scott)

Why Trump Should Worry: A new gaffe and conjecture about her health have stubborn Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump has gained movement in a inhabitant polls. But a Republican hopeful is still a “decided underdog” with no transparent trail to winning a 270 electoral votes indispensable to win a White House. (Tim Alberta, National Review)

A Political Takedown: Former Port Authority central David Wildstein is a “star witness” in a Bridgegate trial. Wildstein also happened to go to high propagandize with Chris Christie. Here is their story. (Andrew Rice, New York Magazine)

Americans are Living in Fear: More Americans are shopping a far-reaching operation of handguns to strengthen themselves from other people, according to a new survey. The commentary prove a change in a reasons people wish guns, as good as a form they are choosing, all of which are expected to have poignant consequences for open health and safety. (Kate Masters, The Trace)


Visualized

Watching a White Vote: While Hillary Clinton has a support of many of Florida’s black and Hispanic voters, her lead competence be equivalent by white working-class electorate subsidy Donald Trump. Check out these charts to see how a presidential competition is personification out in a Sunshine State. (Nate Cohn, The New York Times)


Question of a Week

Jeb Bush, one of a Republican presidential possibilities this year, done a cameo as a limo driver during a Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Rick Perry, who also quickly ran for a White House, is now a competitor on Dancing With a Stars. If we had to guess, where on radio will a other former 2016 hopefuls cocktail up?

Here’s a lie piece of a 2016 possibilities to modernise your memory.

Send your answers to hello@theatlantic.com, and the favorites will be featured in Friday’s Politics Policy Daily.

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

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