The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Groping, Defecting and Real Stories of Gun Violence

    Know This: A woman says President George H.W. Bush groped her when she was 16, the sixth woman to accuse him of sexual misconduct in less than a month. A North Korean soldier was critically wounded but is expected to survive after soldiers shot at him as he dashed to the South Korean side of the border in a bid to defect. And British Prime Minister Theresa May publicly called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to cease meddling with other countries’ elections.

    Read This: Firsthand accounts from survivors and family members of those lost in mass shootings illuminate attitudes about gun violence and grief in America.

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