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PALACE INTRIGUE – WashPost A1, “High court speculation: Did Roberts switch vote?” by Robert Barnes and Del Quentin Wilber: “Some wondered whether [Chief Justice John] Roberts originally had joined the court’s four conservatives, pointing to oddities in the opinion. The dissent offered by the conservative justices with whom Roberts usually sides in ideological disputes — Antonin Scalia, Anthony M. Kennedy, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. — read more like an opinion for the court that had been abandoned, said David E. Bernstein, a law professor at George Mason University. “The dissent did not engage in a debate with the controlling opinion offered by Roberts, as is usual in Supreme Court judgments. It contained a long section on whether the law can be severed from the individual mandate, unnecessary if a majority had already found the mandate constitutional. It went to great lengths to establish the reasons the four thought the … [Read more...] about DID CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS SWITCH HIS VOTE? — POWER OUT FOR 1.2 MILLION IN D.C.-BALTIMORE — Savannah Guthrie starts as ‘Today’ co-anchor July 9 — Barbara Comstock, John Legittino b’day
By Mike Allen (@mikeallen; [email protected]) and Daniel Lippman (@dlippman; [email protected]) Story Continued Below Good Tuesday morning. It’s 20 days to Cleveland, 27 days to Philly, and 133 days to Election Day. Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren lead the cover of the Cincinnati Enquirer, “CLINTON, WARREN’S 1-2 PUNCH AT TRUMP.” See the page. http://politi.co/290FLx4 --N.Y. Post has a small cover tease, with both pols onstage in Cincy -- in similar shades, behind a “STRONGER TOGETHER” sign: “Blue of a kind: Warren’s VP audition.” http://nyp.st/28ZgBgK **SUBSCRIBE to Playbook: http://politi.co/1M75UbX BREAKING -- #BenghaziReport – Per a House GOP aide, off embargo at 5 a.m.: “After interviewing 81 new witnesses and reviewing 75,000 new pages of documents, the [House] Select Committee on Benghazi will release its report this morning after 8 a.m. All Republican members are in D.C. for a 10 a.m. press conference … [Read more...] about SCOOP: Trump’s secret data dive — JASON MILLER to head Trump message/media – CLINTON’s tech agenda — INSIDE Jeff Bezos’ WashPost – NYT rebooting Metro section — ERIC BOLLING’s mischievous book dedication
Driving the Day GOVT FUNDING UPDATE -- POTOMAC FEVER SETTING IN -- Earlier this month, Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill had a rosy prediction: They would be able to wrap up the fight over government funding this week and head home until after Election Day. But the optimistic outlook has collided with reality over the last few days. Senior aides on Capitol Hill now say the funding battle can easily stretch into next week because of disagreements over ancillary spending requests. Big deal? No, not really. They were always scheduled to be in session next week. But Congress would just prefer to get the hell out of D.C. and in front of their constituents. 49 DAYS until Election Day. Six days until the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Long Island. Big thanks to Carleton College and POLITICO publisher and editor in chief John Harris for organizing a political discussion last night in Northfield, Minnesota. Harris moderated a conversation on Clinton, Trump and the … [Read more...] about Government funding battle could SLIP to next week — Trump talks debate strategy with O’REILLY — THE PLAYBOOK FOOD TRUCK — MOOK MEMO: How we’ll win
Driving the Day SCOOP -- DAN DIAMOND and RACHANA PRADHAN: “Price’s private-jet travel breaks precedent”: “In a sharp departure from his predecessors, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price last week took private jets on five separate flights for official business, at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars more than commercial travel. The secretary’s five flights, which were scheduled between Sept. 13 and Sept. 15, took him to a resort in Maine where he participated in a Q&A discussion with a health care industry CEO, and to community health centers in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, according to internal HHS documents. “The travel by corporate-style jet comes at a time when other members of the Trump administration are under fire for travel expenditures, and breaks with the practices of Obama-era Secretaries Sylvia Mathews Burwell and Kathleen Sebelius, who flew commercially while in the continental United States. ... Current and former … [Read more...] about TOM PRICE’s pricey jet habit — WHERE THINGS STAND ON GRAHAM-CASSIDY — SCHUMER, Corker, Warner break bread in Penn Quarter — TRUMP huddling with Jordanian king, P.A. president — B’DAY: Ainsley Earhardt