The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Rosenstein’s ‘Wire,’ Train Tragedy Protest and Brexit Vote March

    The Week Ahead: A joint U.S. House committee plans to interview Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, probably about reports he wanted to secretly record President Trump, on Wednesday. London-based Christie’s auction house will sell its first work of art made by artificial intelligence on Thursday. And on Friday, voters in Ireland will choose a president and decide whether to scrap a constitutional blasphemy prohibition.

    Know This: Protesters near Amritsar, India, on Saturday demanded justice for some 60 people killed when a train ran through a festival crowd Friday night. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched through London yesterday, demanding new vote on Brexit. Four American tourists have died in a rafting accident in Costa Rica. And some 2,000 migrants heading for the U.S. bypassed police and crossed into Mexico from Guatemala yesterday.

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