POLITICS 09/04/2018 04:23 am ET "See you in Texas," Stormy Daniels' attorney writes. By Ed Mazza Even the feuds are bigger in Texas. Michael Avenatti, attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, plans hold a rally in the Lone Star State in October to compete with one featuring President Donald Trump. Trump said he’s going to attend an event in support of Ted Cruz in “the biggest stadium in Texas we can find” to help the Republican senator in his bruising reelection battle. But Avenatti, who’s been surrounded by speculation that he may run against Trump in 2020, said on Twitter that he would lead “a large resistance rally in Texas at the exact same time of Trump’s,” with details still to be determined. “We must fight fire with fire and we must send a message that we will fight to make America America again,” Avenatti wrote. Avenatti also talked up his family’s Texas roots as he … [Read more...] about Michael Avenatti Plans To Troll Trump In Real Time With A Dueling Rally
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByNatalie Kitroeff and Ben Casselman Aug. 17, 2018 CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The unemployment rate here is one of the lowest in the country. Wages are rising at nearly twice the rate of inflation. Jobs are so plentiful that manufacturers are paying to train unskilled workers. Yet Iowa is also one of the states most vulnerable to a trade war. And that could be a problem for Representative Rod Blum. “I’m not on the ledge ready to jump out the window concerning trade, but I do have the window open a little bit,” said Mr. Blum, a two-term Republican incumbent vying for re-election in one of the nation’s most competitive House races. Iowa has a lot riding on global trade. Its farmers export one of every four rows of soybeans — worth around $2 billion — to China. One in … [Read more...] about Trade War Worries Iowa Republicans in a Close House Race
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Although within California it is common to pit north versus south, the sharp cultural divisions between rural and urban areas are in many ways more significant. Netting covers citrus trees in California’s 22nd Congressional District, a seat held by Representative Devin Nunes, an ally of President Trump. Credit Max Whittaker for The New York Times Supported by ByJose A. Del Real May 29, 2018 VISALIA, Calif. — Amid neat rows of orchards, on cattle ranches and dairy farms across the southern territory of California’s San Joaquin Valley, the churn of daily life offers few hints of an imminent political spectacle. This is another California, where conservative values are often taken for granted, and where the tide of liberal “resistance” runs as dry as its unirrigated dirt. Consider Representative Devin Nunes, in the state’s 22nd … [Read more...] about In California’s Farm Country, the Tide of ‘Resistance’ Runs Dry Ahead of the Primary