NEW: THE PRESIDENT’S WEEK AHEAD: MONDAY: President Donald Trump will have lunch with VP Mike Pence. TUESDAY: Trump travels to Orlando and Miami to kick off his 2020 campaign. WEDNESDAY: Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Arthur Laffer. THURSDAY: Trump meets with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He and First Lady Melania Trump will host the congressional picnic. FRIDAY: Trump will have lunch with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
WHAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT — “U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid,” by NYT’s David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth: “The United States is stepping up digital incursions into Russia’s electric power grid in a warning to President Vladimir V. Putin and a demonstration of how the Trump administration is using new authorities to deploy cybertools more aggressively, current and former government officials said. In interviews over the past three months, the officials described the previously unreported deployment of American computer code inside Russia’s grid and other targets as a classified companion to more publicly discussed action directed at Moscow’s disinformation and hacking units around the 2018 midterm elections. …
“Two administration officials said they believed Mr. Trump had not been briefed in any detail about the steps to place ‘implants’ — software code that can be used for surveillance or attack — inside the Russian grid. Pentagon and intelligence officials described broad hesitation to go into detail with Mr. Trump about operations against Russia for concern over his reaction — and the possibility that he might countermand it or discuss it with foreign officials, as he did in 2017 when he mentioned a sensitive operation in Syria to the Russian foreign minister.” NYT
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP REACTS — @realDonaldTrump at 9:15 p.m.: “Do you believe that the Failing New York Times just did a story stating that the United States is substantially increasing Cyber Attacks on Russia. This is a virtual act of Treason by a once great paper so desperate for a story, any story, even if bad for our Country…..”
… “…..ALSO, NOT TRUE! Anything goes with our Corrupt News Media today. They will do, or say, whatever it takes, with not even the slightest thought of consequence! These are true cowards and without doubt, THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!”
— FACT CHECK: “Officials at the National Security Council also declined to comment but said they had no national security concerns about the details of The New York Times’s reporting about the targeting of the Russian grid, perhaps an indication that some of the intrusions were intended to be noticed by the Russians.”
SUNDAY BEST — More from GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS’ interview with PRESIDENT TRUMP for ABC NEWS’ “THIS WEEK”: STEPHANOPOULOS: “What’s your pitch to the swing voter on the fence?” TRUMP: “Safety, security, great economy. I think I’ve done more than any other first-term president ever. I have a phony witch hunt, which is just a phony pile of stuff. Mueller comes out. There’s no collusion. And essentially a ruling that no obstruction. And they keep going with it. You know what? People are angry about it.”
STEPHANOPOULOS: “I don’t think that’s why he found — but we don’t have time for that now. We’ll talk about later.” TRUMP: “That is what they found. Excuse me. He found no collusion. And they didn’t find anything having to do with obstruction because they made a ruling based on his findings and they said no obstruction.” STEPHANOPOULOS: “They didn’t examine collusion. He laid out evidence of obstruction.” TRUMP: “Oh, are you trying to say now that there was collusion even though he said there was no collusion?” STEPHANOPOULOS: “He didn’t say there’s no collusion.” TRUMP: “He said no collusion.”
STEPHANOPOULOS: “He said he didn’t look at collusion.” TRUMP: “George, the report said no collusion.” STEPHANOPOULOS: “Did you read the report?” TRUMP: “Uh, yes I did, and you should read it, too.” STEPHANOPOULOS: “I read every word.” TRUMP: “All right, let’s go. You should read it, too, George.”
— ON DON McGAHN: TRUMP: “I don’t care what he says. It doesn’t matter. That was to show everyone what a good counsel he was. Now, he may have gotten confused with the fact that I’ve always said, and I’ve said it to you, and I’ve said to anybody that would listen, Robert Mueller was conflicted.” STEPHANOPOULOS: “But why would Don McGahn lie — … Why would he lie under oath? Why would he lie under oath to Robert Mueller?”
TRUMP: “Because he wanted to make himself look like a good lawyer. Or — or he believed it because I would constantly tell anybody that would listen, including you, including the media, that Robert Mueller was conflicted. Robert Mueller had a total conflict of interest.” More from Matt Choi
BUCKLE UP! — TRUMP promised on Twitter on Saturday night that the ABC News interview is just the beginning of his sit-downs with network TV anchors ahead of the 2020 election. He tweeted: “Think I will do many more Network Interviews, as I did in 2016, in order to get the word out that no President has done what I have in … the first 2 1/2 years of his Presidency, including the fact that we have one of the best Economies in the history of our Country. It is called Earned Media. In any event, enjoy the show!”
— CHRIS WALLACE spoke with Secretary of State MIKE POMPEO on FOX NEWS’ “FOX NEWS SUNDAY” via Bianca Quilantan: “Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stood firm Sunday in his rhetoric about Iran, saying it is ‘unmistakable’ that Tehran is responsible for what appeared to be attacks last week on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf.
“‘It’s unmistakable what happened here,’ Pompeo told Chris Wallace, host of ‘Fox News Sunday.’ ‘These were attacks by the Islamic Republic of Iran on commercial shipping on the freedom of navigation with the clear intent to deny transit through the Strait,’ referring to the Strait of Hormuz. …
“Pompeo added that U.S. intelligence ‘has lots of data, lots of evidence,’ that back up his claim. ‘The world will come to see much of it, but the American people should rest assured we have high confidence with respect to who conducted these attacks, as well as half a dozen other attacks throughout the world over the past 40 days,’ he said.” POLITICO
— “Saudi crown prince accuses rival Iran of tanker attacks,” by AP’s Aya Batrawy in Dubai, United Arab Emirates: “In an interview with the Arabic-language newspaper Asharq al-Awsat, [Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman] said Iran disrespected the visit to Tehran by the Japanese prime minister last week and responded to his diplomatic efforts to reduce regional tensions by attacking the two tankers. The crown prince, however, offered no evidence to back up his allegation.
“‘The problem is in Tehran and not anywhere else,’ Prince Mohammed said. ‘Iran is always the party that’s escalating in the region, carrying out terrorist attacks and criminal attacks either directly or through its militias.’” AP
— BIG PICTURE: “In Face-Off With Iran, Escalation May Depend on Who Prevails Inside Washington and Tehran,” by NYT’s David E. Sanger and David D. Kirkpatrick
Good Sunday morning. Happy Father’s Day!
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT — @realDonaldTrump at 9:55 a.m.: “Happy Father’s Day to all, including my worst and most vicious critics, of which there are fewer and fewer. This is a FANTASTIC time to be an American! KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”
— The president is at Trump National Golf Club this morning, according to pooler Brian Bennett of Time.
SCOOPLET — CAROLINE SUNSHINE, the former Disney Channel star turned White House press assistant/wrangler, left the White House on Friday, according to two White House officials. She is moving back to California. She did not immediately respond to a request for comment on her next step.
LIKE WE’VE BEEN SAYING … “GOP in disarray as budget impasse threatens shutdown, deep cuts — and default,” by WaPo’s Erica Werner and Seung Min Kim: “The GOP dysfunction — coupled with a new House Democratic majority with its own priorities — leaves the sides much farther apart than they were at this point in last year’s budget process, which ended in a record-long government funding lapse. At the time, Republicans controlled both chambers of Congress, but negotiations stalled over funding Trump’s immigration priorities.
“Trump and Congress face a trio of difficult budget issues. Congress must pass, and Trump must sign, funding legislation by Oct. 1 to avoid a new shutdown. They need to raise the federal debt limit around the same time, according to the latest estimates. Failure to do so would force the government to make difficult decisions about which obligations to pay, and could be considered a default by investors, shaking markets and an economy already showing some signs of alarm.
“And by year’s end, they also need to agree on how to lift austere budget caps that will otherwise snap into place and slash $125 billion from domestic and military programs.” WaPo
MEANWHILE, DEMS BACK TO FAMILIAR RALLYING CRY — HEALTH CARE … Speaker NANCY PELOSI led House Democrats in a “Health Care for All Americans” weekend of action with more than 140 lawmakers participating in district events and online town halls on the issue, according to sources familiar with the effort. The move is part of Democrats’ strategy to press their message on pre-existing conditions, House-passed bills to lower health care costs and prescription drugs going into the 2020 election.
MORE SUNDAY BEST — CHUCK TODD spoke with PETE BUTTIGIEG on NBC NEWS’ “MEET THE PRESS: TODD: “If somebody offered your campaign dirt on, on either President Trump or a Democratic candidate, what would you do with that dirt?” BUTTIGIEG: “You wouldn’t do anything with that dirt. You would call the FBI. This isn’t even complicated.” TODD: “Would you even look at it? Would you ever look at it?” BUTTIGIEG: “No, you call, you call the FBI. Look, the moment that you look at it, you have implicated yourself, and I don’t think you would want to do that. Look, some things are complicated in politics and ethics. This is not.”
— ON PROSECUTING TRUMP: BUTTIGIEG: “Prosecution decisions shouldn’t be made by politicians in that sense. And what I will say is any attorney general that I would appoint is somebody who will faithfully apply the concept that no one is above the law, that everybody ought to be held accountable, whether they’re a former president or whether they’re somebody who’s never been anywhere near the halls of power. That’s the whole point. It’s that justice is blind. And I will appoint an attorney general and, for that matter, justices and judges who uphold that principle.”
— JAKE TAPPER interviewed BETO O’ROURKE on CNN’S “STATE OF THE UNION”: O’ROURKE on impeachment: “Yes, if there are no consequences, if there’s no accountability, if there is no justice, then we will have set the precedent that it is OK to accept help from a foreign government, it is OK to obstruct the investigation into the interference in our election, and that this and any future president can continue this kind of behavior. … So it is now time for the House of Representatives to act, to look beyond the polls and their prospects in the next election, and look to the future of this country and the generations that follow, who are counting on us to do the right thing today.”
— CHRIS WALLACE talked with BERNIE SANDERS on “FOX NEWS SUNDAY”: SANDERS on being down in the polls: “Polls go up, polls go down but the other part of the poll if I heard you correctly Chris, is that I am beating President Trump fairly decisively which is consistent with all of the polling that I have seen. I think frankly I am the strongest candidate to defeat Trump that can win in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan and some of the other battleground states and that’s a fight that I look forward to.”
2020 WATCH — “Trump campaign cutting ties with pollsters after internal numbers leaked,” by NBC’s Chuck Todd, Kristen Welker and Ben Kamisar
— GABBY ORR, “Trump’s reelection machine: Nothing like 2016”: “President Donald Trump is sitting on a war chest topping $40 million, boots on the ground spread across nine regions crucial to his 2020 map and a sprawling network of volunteers who’ve been rigorously trained for the months ahead. When he takes the stage Tuesday in Orlando to announce his bid for re-election, Trump will be joined by 20,000 guests whose personal information — names, zip codes, phone numbers — was meticulously recorded when they requested tickets to the rally.
“First-time attendees will receive relentless emails and texts in the coming weeks, reminding them that they can help ‘keep America great’ by contributing $5, $10 or $15. Some maxed-out donors who gave generously to his 2016 campaign will trek to Florida to witness what they delivered, and decide whether to give big again. It’s a straightforward strategy to get the president four more years in the White House: be the political juggernaut Trump lacked in 2016.” POLITICO
— THE RESPONSE — “Dems prepare 9-figure ad onslaught to blunt Trump’s head start,” by Maggie Severns: “Democrats are preparing to kick off a campaign totaling hundreds of millions of dollars to blunt Donald Trump’s head start in the 2020 campaign as their party’s candidates slug it out for the right to take him on. Democratic super PACs are set to soon launch a yearlong $150 million advertising onslaught countering the millions the president’s campaign has already spent targeting voters.
“On top of that, billionaire Tom Steyer is funding other groups testing a range of strategies to register and turn out people to vote. And the [DNC] this week began training hundreds of college students to work as field staff in battleground states, an effort that will continue throughout the election.
“The efforts, described to POLITICO by operatives involved in the plans, come as some Democrats worry that Trump is going largely untouched during the Democratic primary, amassing huge sums of money and lobbing bombs at his would-be rivals as they wage war among themselves. Those concerns were given voice last week by former Obama adviser Ben LaBolt, who wrote in an op-ed in The Atlantic that Trump is ‘running unopposed’ in the 2020 race as his would-be rivals scrap for position in the Democratic primary.” POLITICO
THE LATEST IN HONG KONG — “‘Sea of black’ Hong Kong protesters demand leader step down,” by Reuters’ James Pomfret and Farah Master in Hong Kong: “Hundreds of thousands of black-clad protesters in Hong Kong demanded on Sunday that the city’s leader step down over her handling of a bill that would have allowed extradition to China and which sparked one of the most violent protests in decades.” Reuters
— SCMP’S KAREN ZHANG: “Beijing tells Hong Kong protesters not to become U.S. pawns”: “Beijing’s liaison office in Hong Kong has called on residents not to be used as pawns by foreign forces amid the U.S.-China trade war, and said more than 60 statements issued by overseas powers had fueled tension over the controversial extradition bill.
“More than 200 Hong Kong delegates to the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) met officials from the liaison office on Sunday, when they were also asked to support the Hong Kong government in riding out the storm.”
REUTERS: “Netanyahu’s wife admits criminal wrongdoing in meals catering case,” by Jeffrey Heller in Jerusalem: “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife, Sara, appeared in court on Sunday to admit criminal wrongdoing over the misuse of state funds to order catered meals, in a plea bargain carrying no jail time. Under the agreement, a fraud charge was reduced to a lesser offense and she will pay the state 45,000 shekels ($12,490) in reimbursement and a 10,000 shekel ($2,775) fine.
“According to the original indictment, Sara Netanyahu, along with a government employee, fraudulently obtained from the state more than $100,000 for hundreds of meals supplied by restaurants, bypassing regulations that prohibit the practice if a cook is employed at home.” Reuters
BORDER TALES — “A New Migrant Surge at the Border, This One From Central Africa,” by NYT’s Manny Fernandez in San Antonio: “For months, a migrant-services center blocks from the Alamo in downtown San Antonio has been packed with Central American families who have crossed the border in record-breaking numbers. But in recent days, hundreds of migrants from another part of the world have caused city officials already busy with one immigrant surge to scramble on a new and unexpected one.
“Men, women and children from central Africa — mostly from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola — are showing up at the United States’ southwest border after embarking on a dangerous, monthslong journey.” NYT
NYT’S LISA LERER: “‘Who’s Taking Care of the Kids?’ Is Finally a Question for Dads on the Trail, Too”: “Representative Eric Swalwell can rattle off the best places to pump breast milk in an airport. Julián Castro broke from the campaign trail for the last day of preschool. And Gov. Steve Bullock postponed the announcement of his presidential campaign for a true test of personal endurance — the Advanced Placement exams that his 17-year-old daughter had to take. Welcome to 21st-century fatherhood, presidential campaign style.
“For decades, mothers running for office have faced skepticism: ‘Who’s taking care of the kids?’ wondered voters. As American families evolve, a number of fathers of young children are slowly being forced to grapple with the same politically loaded question. That has left them making a calculation that women have made for decades: how to pursue public life and parenthood at the same time.” NYT
THE MONEY CHASE – “Wall Street Donors Are Swooning for Mayor Pete. (They Like Biden and Harris, Too.),” by NYT’s Shane Goldmacher: “The behind-the-scenes competition for Wall Street money in the 2020 presidential race is reaching a fevered peak this week as no less than nine Democrats are holding New York fund-raisers in a span of nine days, racing ahead of a June 30 filing deadline when they must disclose their latest financial hauls.
“With millions of dollars on the line, top New York donors are already beginning to pick favorites, and three candidates are generating most of the buzz: former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., Senator Kamala Harris of California and Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind.” NYT
BONUS GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, filing from Fairfield, Conn.:
— “The Grand Schemes of the Petty Grifter,” by Guy Lawson in GQ: “That old adage that you can be anything you want? Well, Jeremy Wilson has lived it for years, crisscrossing the country and inventing new identities. A war hero, an MIT grad, a Hollywood journalist, an IRA operative—Jeremy has claimed to be all those things and more. And oh, what a mess he’s made.” GQ
— “Abolish the Priesthood,” by James Carroll on the cover of June’s Atlantic: “To save the Church, Catholics must detach themselves from the clerical hierarchy—and take the faith back into their own hands.” The Atlantic
— “The Best Women’s Soccer Team in the World Fights for Equal Pay,” by Lizzy Goodman in the NYT Magazine: “As the U.S. women’s national soccer team defends its World Cup title in France, its members are preparing for a courtroom battle.” NYT
— “Driven,” by Gabriella Gage in Medium: “In an age when driving is the next frontier, a 22-year-old mother tries to become the first woman to drive cross-country. Riding into mysterious pre-highway terrain, she rewrites history and faces betrayal closer than she ever imagined.” Medium (hat tip: Longform.org)
— “I Wrote This on a 30-Year-Old Computer: And it was awesome,” by Ian Bogost in The Atlantic: “Everything about this computer is loud. The groan of the power supply is loud. The hum of the cooling fan is loud. The whir of the hard disk is loud. The clack of the mechanical keyboard is loud. I wait while my document writes to disk, while Word quits, and while the Mac shuts down. It’s a strange feeling; I can’t remember the last time I shut down a computer, instead of just closing it up or letting it sleep.” The Atlantic (h/t TheBrowser.com)
— “The Self-Destruction of American Power,” by Fareed Zakaria in Foreign Affairs’ July/August issue: “[After 9/11] Washington made decisions hastily and in fear. The world saw a country that was thrashing around like a wounded lion, tearing down international alliances and norms. American behaviour abroad shattered the moral and political authority of the United States.” Foreign Affairs (h/t TheBrowser.com)
— “Life And Debt: Stories From Inside America’s GoFundMe Health Care System,” by HuffPost’s Jeffrey Young: “Outrageous health care costs and a merciless system are forcing Americans to raise money from strangers, revealing the ugly truths about U.S. health care.” HuffPost
— “The I in We,” by Reeves Wiedeman in NY Mag: “How did WeWork’s Adam Neumann turn office space with ‘community’ into a $47 billion company? Not by sharing.” NY Mag
— “Mike Tyson Smokes the Toad,” by Alex Pappademas in GQ: “What do you do when you hear that Mike Tyson is opening a weed resort in the middle of the California desert? You go investigate. What we found was far more surreal than anyone could have imagined.” GQ (h/t Longform.org)
— “Who owns the moon? Property rights in space could become a big deal, and the 50-year-old treaty that governs them is under strain,” by Nahal Toosi in POLITICO’s The Agenda: Dennis Hope, a former ventriloquist and car salesman, “has made a tidy fortune selling deeds to plots on the moon and other celestial bodies; he estimates around $12 million so far. A typical moon acre costs $24.99. The whole of Pluto is going for $250,000 — a good deal, but a tough commute.” POLITICO
— “Tulsi Gabbard Had a Very Strange Childhood,” by Kerry Howley in NY Mag: “Which may help explain why she’s out of place in today’s Democratic Party. And her long-shot 2020 candidacy.” NY Mag
— “How the Next-Generation Acela Trains Are Coming Together in Upstate New York,” by The Points Guy’s Jordan Allen: “New seats will include fixed, head-cushioning wings, personal outlets and USB ports in the center of the row (so those in the aisle seats will no longer have to reach over those seated by the window to plug in their chargers), adjustable reading lights in every seat, and state-of-the-art screens reminiscent of inflight maps on airplanes that will allow passengers to track their trains along their journeys.” With 7 pix on one page. TPG
SPOTTED chatting at the Dave Matthews Band show in Camden, N.J., on Saturday: Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) and Bob Costa. … Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan chatting with John Coale and Greta Van Susteren on Saturday at Eastern Market.
OUT AND ABOUT — SPOTTED at the annual summer party hosted by Ron and Sara Bonjean at the Good Pants Ranch in Purcellville, Virginia: Doug Heye sabering a bottle of Playbook Bubbly (pic), Sean and Rebecca Spicer, Mike Dubke, Adrienne Elrod, Erin McPike, Mark Paustenbach, Michael and Mary Katherine Steel, Christine Delargy, Jay Newton Small, Jesse Hunt, Lisa Miller, Rodell Mollineau, Paul Kane, James Braid, Al Weaver, Scott Hatch, James Davis, Dan Ronayne and Jeremy Adler.
WEEKEND WEDDINGS — Tarini Parti, a WSJ reporter covering the 2020 election and a BuzzFeed and POLITICO alum, married C. Ryan Barber, a reporter for the National Law Journal on Saturday in Raleigh. Pool report: “The traditional Hindu ceremony was followed by an outdoor cocktail reception and a lively night of dancing. The couple’s first dance was Halo by Beyoncé.” Pic … NYT announcement
SPOTTED: Rosie Gray, Kate Nocera, Katie Glueck, Byron Tau, Josh Dawsey, Helena and Jordan Bottemiller-Evich, Steven Norton and Lauren McCay, Molly Hensley-Clancy, Emily Stephenson, Kevin Robillard and Andy Thomason.
— “Emma Dillon, Harry Fishbein” — N.Y. Times: “Ms. Dillon, 29 … is a senior strategist at Mission Control, a Democratic political consulting firm in Washington. She graduated magna cum laude from Tufts. … Mr. Fishbein, also 29, is the construction quality control manager on the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge Project in Washington. He graduated from Lafayette College.” With a pic. NYT
BIRTHDAYS: Don McGahn is 51 … Phil Singer, managing director and founder of Marathon Strategies … Michael Isikoff is 67 (h/ts Tim Burger) … POLITICO Capitol Hill bureau chief John Bresnahan … POLITICO’s Zack Stanton … Brandi Hoffine Barr, who works in policy comms at Facebook … NPR’s Steve Inskeep is 51 … Phil Cox is 45 … former Rep. Robert Hurt (R-Va.) is 5-0 … Adam Talbot … Rep. Jason Smith (R-Mo.) is 39 … Jim Dau … Indira Lakshmanan, executive editor at the Pulitzer Center and columnist for the Boston Globe (h/ts Ben Chang and Nihal Krishan) … Jessica Leontarakis of Princeton … Caity Rogowski … Jenna Galper … PBS NewsHour’s Rachel Wellford (h/t Simone Pathe) … Reid Wilson of The Hill … Liz Bourgeois, communications director for strategic response at Facebook (h/t Andrea Saul) … former Amb. Daniel C. Kurtzer is 7-0 …
… Ronen Bergman is 47 … Brett Bethune … Michael Quibuyen … Matt Gruda … Aaron McLear, managing director, public affairs and crisis at Edelman, is 42 (h/t Niki Christoff) … Rocky Deal … Shelley Hanger Husband … Neil Goldschmidt is 79 … Angie Kelley … D. Reid Wilson, a Clinton EPA alum … Matthew Bartlett … Bob Madigan … John Leo … Snap’s Kara Rivers (h/t brother Jack, who got engaged on Saturday to Goldman Sachs colleague Kristen Askin) … Nicole Luna … Nicole Berns Schaffer … Mark Tapscott … Tom Fleming … Omar Khan … Francisco J. Sánchez, chairman and CEO of CNS Global Advisors … Pedro Moreno … Katie Nelson Thomson … Hailey Hogan … NPR’s Jessica Taylor … Joel R. Maliniak … Jeffrey Block … Don Harris … Peter O’Toole … Cayla O’Connell Davis … Jon K. Lauck … David Eades … Steve Welchert … Troy Perry (h/ts Teresa Vilmain)
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