The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. G-6 vs. 1, Capital Gain and Chinese Tradeoff

    The Week Ahead: Golden State again hosts Cleveland for Game 2 of the NBA finals today. Democrats hope to flip Republican congressional seats in November, but California’s unusual nonpartisan primary on Tuesday could shut them out of some competitive districts. And the G-7 summit begins Friday in Canada, where President Trump will face allies’ ire over steel and aluminum tariffs.

    Know This: The Washington Capitals beat the Las Vegas Golden Knights 3-1 to take a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup hockey finals Saturday night. After ending its latest round of trade talks with U.S. officials, China warned that its pledges to buy more American goods will be voided by new tariffs proposed by President Trump. And forensic psychiatrist Steven Pitt, whose work included investigating the 1996 death of child beauty pageant star JonBenét Ramsey, is one of four people killed in Arizona last week by what police say is the same gunman.

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