The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Naval Operations, Confederate Support and the Solar Eclipse

    Know This: Following multiple collisions, the Navy has announced it’ll briefly suspend operations for a global safety check. Despite recent controversy over neo-Nazi rallies, 54 percent of Americans polled say Confederate statues should remain. And two people have died in an earthquake on the Italian island of Ischia.

    Look at This: Photos streamed in from across the U.S. yesterday as hordes trooped outside to watch the moon pass in front of the sun. It was the most-watched eclipse and the biggest movement of people for tourism in recorded history. 

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