The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Modi to Visit DC, Cholera Kills 1,300 in Yemen and Ivanka Must Defend Her Shoe

    The Week Ahead: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit President Trump at the White House on Monday. The Congressional Budget Office plans to release its Senate health care bill cost estimate the same day. And new South Korean President Moon Jae-in is also scheduled to visit the White House on Thursday and Friday amid mounting tensions over the North Korean nuclear threat.

    Know This: The U.N. reports that Yemen is suffering the world’s worst cholera outbreak, which has killed more than 1,300 people. Some 2,500 rescue workers are digging to find 109 people missing after a landslide killed at least 24 in China’s Sichuan Province. A U.S. federal judge has ordered presidential daughter Ivanka Trump to testify in an Italian firm’s lawsuit against her company for allegedly ripping off a shoe design. And police say the Texas mother of two toddlers who died in a hot car May 26 has admitted to locking them inside as punishment.

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