As President Trump decides who next to pick a fight with in our never ending kulturkampf, it is time for today’s roundup:
Trump-Alabama: President Trump (Himself) is infuriated by being directed by his political yes men and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) to back Senator Luther Strange (R-Dead to Trump) in the Republican primary to replace Senator Jeff Sessions (R).
HHS: Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price (R) is in hot water over his use of private jets. President Trump appears ready to throw him under the bus.
North Korea: Nearly half of Americans support going to war against North Korea, which is about the same that think that President Trump and Kim Jong Un (Juche) really mean what they are saying.
Senate candidates: The Hill looks at five Senate candidates who could change races if they enter the races.
FL-Sen: Governor Rick Scott (R) has taken a slight lead in the US Senate race against Senator Bill Nelson (D). Scott leads Nelson 47-45.
AL-Sen: Here is 5 takeaways from the Republican primary and runoff for US Senate.
More AL-Sen: Republican US Senate nominee Roy Moore (R-KJV) is causing worries in the US Senate even before he is elected. Moore, the presumptive frontrunner, to replace interim US Senator Luther Strange is known for his various incidents involving the Ten Commandments.
Congress: Democrats are having a good run recruiting candidates for 2018, but there are several seats where the Democrats are having recruitment problems.
MI-AG: Former US Attorney Pat Miles (D) is seeking the Democratic nomination for US Senate. Miles served as US Attorney for the Western District of Michigan from 2011 to 2017.