The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Stonehenge Before Stonehenge, Cuba’s Shark Habitat and #repealthe19th

    Know This: The U.N. officially appointed Portugal’s Antonio Guterres to be its next secretary general. Pakistan’s delayed the final appeal in the case of a woman sentenced to death for blasphemy. An ancient Australian stone circle probably predates Stonehenge. And Britain’s high court is hearing arguments that Brexit cannot be triggered without parliamentary approval.

    Read This: Will a new influx of curious tourists destroy Cuba’s fragile, beautiful marine reserve?

    Keep an Eye on This: After a viral infographic indicated that Trump would overwhelmingly win the electoral college if only men voted, some of his supporters — including women — are tweeting that the U.S. should #repealthe19th, in reference to the 19th Amendment, which recognized women’s right to vote.

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