The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Travel Restrictions, Wireless for All and Last Words

    Know This: Kathy Griffin has apologized after causing outrage for posting a photo depicting a beheaded Donald Trump. Australia has proposed a plan to deny passports to convicted pedophiles. A car bomb in Baghdad struck an ice cream shop, killing 15. And the EU is planning to launch thousands of free Wi-Fi hotspots by 2020.

    Read This: A passenger who witnessed last week’s attack on a Portland train gave her account of the last moments of two men murdered for trying to stop another passenger from spouting racist vitriol at two teenage girls. She said: “I just kept telling him, ‘You’re not alone. We’re here. What you did was total kindness. You’re such a beautiful man. I’m sorry the world is so cruel.’”

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