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MIDTERM MADNESS: Trump seeks revenge against Tester

CA-GOV: More polls are finding the Republican candidates moving up to compete for the second-place spot in the governor’s race.

FL-SEN: Activists are pressuring both candidates as the Florida Senate race heats up.

MT-SEN: Benjy Sarlin scoops: Gianforte’s ex-spokesman has a new gig.

Trump is promising to exact revenge on Tester for sinking his VA pick, and Tester is bracing for the onslaught, POLITICO writes.

NJ-SEN: The Senate ethics panel “severely admonished” Bob Menendez over his ethics issues.

NY-22: POLITICO does a deep dive into Claudia Tenney’s reelection race.

WI-SEN: The Journal Sentinel sums up the first debate between Kevin Nicholson and Leah Vukmir.

WV-SEN: McConnell aide Josh Holmes is calling Don Blankenship “mentally ill.”

TRUMP AGENDA: “No more war”

The leaders of North and South Korea have signed a declaration of “no more war” at an historic summit.

The Washington Post writes that this week was supposed to be a triumph for Trump — but it ended up feeling like more of the same confusion and chaos.

The New York Times: “For Many, Life in Trump’s Orbit Ends in a Crash Landing”

The White House now says Trump will travel to Britain in July.

Bloomberg looks at Macron and Merkel’s good cop/bad cop routine.

Lawmakers scolded Scott Pruitt yesterday over his ethics scandals, writes Rebecca Shabad.

What’s going on with the ousted House chaplain? Our Hill team takes a look.

One of us(!) writes on an extensive new Pew survey on American democracy — and how Americans think we’re falling short as a nation.

A federal judge has appointed a special master to review Cohen materials.

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England lockdown restrictions forecast to last until May to keep pressure off NHS

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ENGLAND’s lockdown has been predicted to last until May as more time will be needed to allow pressure on the NHS to ease once the vaccine is fully rolled out, according to a former UK Health Secretary.

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Macron humiliation: President to be beaten by Le Pen in first round of election – new poll

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EMMANUEL MACRON could see his seat stolen by Marine Le Pen as soon as in the first round of the 2022 French Presidential election, a new poll has found.

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Brexit LIVE: Diehard Remainers would 'like to break up UK' to prove Project Fear claims

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ANDREW NEIL has warned “a number of diehard Remainers” would be happy to see a break up of the United Kingdom, in order to further their EU agenda.

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