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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.