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First Read's Morning Clips: Primary Day in Alaska and Wyoming

A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day
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MIDTERM MADNESS: It’s Primary Day in Alaska and Wyoming

From NBC’s Heidi Przybyla: Hillary Clinton is stepping back into the fray to help fundraise for the 2018 midterms.

Trump is mocking the idea of a “blue wave,” saying instead that the GOP will be victorious with a focus on immigration.

In four swing states, GOP governors aren’t sounding all that jazzed about their own party, writes the Washington Post.

Sheldon and Miriam Adelson shelled out $25 million to the Senate Leadership Fund.

POLITICO looks at some of the once-safe GOP districts where Republican incumbents are sweating it out now.

AK: The Anchorage Daily News previews today’s races.

IL-GOV: Barack Obama is going all in for J.B. Pritzker.

MN: Congressional Leadership Fund is up with ads calling on Democratic House candidates to disavow Keith Ellison amid domestic violence allegations.

NH: Levi Sanders is doing his own thing.

A lot of New Hampshire voters are undecided on the governors’ race.

WI-GOV: AFP is going up with a big new ad buy touting Scott Walker’s education policies.

Scott Walker is taking heat for using a state plane for hundreds of trips.

Backers of Tony Evers are on the air pushing back on pro-Walker ads that accuse Evers of turning a blind eye to an abusive teacher.

WV-GOV: The NRSC is up with a new TV ad targeting Joe Manchin’s personal wealth.

WV-SEN: Trump will tout coal regulatory rollbacks and his support for Patrick Morrisey at a rally in Charleston.

WY-GOV: The latest polling from the University of Wyoming shows Mark Gordon is the favorite for governor.

WY-SEN: John Barrasso says his primary challenger has been breaking TV ad rules.

TRUMP AGENDA: Another allegation of Russia interference

Trump says of the Mueller probe “I could run it if I want.”

Microsoft is citing new evidence that Russia tried to interfere in U.S. politics in 2016.

Trump noted yesterday that a Hispanic-American border patrol agent “speaks perfect English.”

Don McGahn’s attorney has told Trump’s legal team that he doesn’t believe McGahn implicated Trump in any legal wrongdoing.

Trump has been complaining about the Fed behind closed doors.

Brett Kavanaugh pushed to ask Bill Clinton graphic questions about his sexual behavior.

The last known Nazi collaborator living in the U.S. has been deported to Germany at the age of 95.