The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Paris Attacker’s ‘Prints Found’ in Brussels Flat, Ex-President Lula Blocked From New Job

    Hulk Hogan awarded $115 million in verdict against Gawker (Hollywood Reporter)

    Police find fingerprints of Paris terror suspect in Brussels flat. (BBC)

    Judge blocks former Brazilian president’s cabinet appointment over legal troubles. (AP)

    German triple agent sentenced to eight years for treason. (Mashable)

    Administrators struggle to assimilate Chinese students at U.S. universities. (WSJ) sub

    Feeling presidential after a week of briefings? Prove it with the PDB quiz. (OZY)

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