Morning Jolt: What the Australian Elections May Tell Us about the 2020 Presidential Elections

Good morning. If we could harness the heat from every hot take being offered about the Game of Thrones finale that aired last night, we could solve the world's energy problems overnight.

Making the click-through worthwhile: How the dynamic in this weekend's Australian elections may foreshadow next year's presidential election in the United States, the New York Times travels to blue-collar Ohio and finds working class voters like President Trump "punching China in the face," the concern about Russian influence in American elections goes in a strange direction, and an example of what Joe Biden can give you that Trump can't.

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May 20 2019

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What the Australian Elections May Tell Us about the 2020 Presidential Elections

Jim Geraghty

Good morning. If we could harness the heat from every hot take being offered about the Game of Thrones finale that aired last night, we could solve the world's energy problems overnight.

Making the click-through worthwhile: How the dynamic in this weekend's Australian elections may foreshadow next year's presidential election in the United States, the New York Times travels to blue-collar Ohio and finds working class voters like President Trump "punching China in the face," the concern about Russian influence in American elections goes in a strange direction, and an example of what Joe Biden can give you that Trump can't.

The Signs Are There Suggesting a Rerun of 2016

The story down under sounds familiar ... Read More

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