The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Deportation Protested, Refugees Flee US and Side Hustles

    Know This: Seven protesters were arrested after they physically blocked a van deporting a mother who illegally entered the U.S. 21 years ago. The U.N. fears more than 1,000 Rohingya Muslims have been killed during violent crackdowns in Myanmar. And a growing number of American immigrants are walking across the Canadian border, risking freezing temperatures to seek asylum from what they fear will be harsh immigration regulations under President Trump.

    Remember This: “I would not describe any operation that results in the loss of American life as a success,” said Sen. John McCain, Armed Services Committee chairman and former prisoner of war, after Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed that anyone not describing the recent raid in Yemen as a success should apologize.

    Talk to Us: OZY is working on a feature series about the evolution of the side hustle, and we want your ideas. If you have stories about interesting, crazy or novel ways that you or a friend makes money on the side, send us an email at

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