The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Zuma Agrees to Pay Up, Germany’s Ex-Foreign Minister Genscher Dies

    South African President Zuma agrees to repay government for housing expenses. (BBC)

    Former German foreign minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher dies. (DW)

    Tornadoes strike Gulf states as storms veer toward Carolinas. (AP)

    Tesla launches Model 3, the “affordable” electric car. (BBC)

    Police kill gunman who fatally shot trooper at Richmond bus terminal. (AP)

    Evidence of second Viking settlement site discovered in Canada. (NYT)

    March jobs report slightly beats expectations, adding 215,000 jobs. (WSJ) sub

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

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