The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Cardboard Trudeaus, Emmett Till’s Legacy and Richard Simmons

    Know This: At least six people are dead after multiple explosions on the outskirts of the Nigerian city of Maiduguri. Canadian diplomats in the U.S. have been ordered to stop using cardboard cutouts of Justin Trudeau to promote tourism. And a painting of murdered Black teenager Emmett Till is drawing protests at the Whitney Biennial.

    Consider This: A new podcast, “Missing Richard Simmons,” is drawing listeners — but also critics, who are unsure if its invasiveness is justified or prurient.

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