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Washington Post
· The one constant in Trump’s presidency: Tomorrow will be worse  
Even half of Republicans say so.
Washington Post
· Trump team eyes school funds boost in next virus aid bill  
Some of Trump’s advisers have urged the president to make a bold push to reopen schools and advocate for a massive amount of money — even potentially over the objections of some congressional Republicans, according to three campaign and White House officials not authorized to speak publicly about internal deliberations.
The New York Times
· Headed to the Convention? Not I, More Republicans Are Saying  
As new cases surge in Florida, including 15,300 reported on Sunday, more Republicans are taking a wait-and-see approach to the event, or deciding to skip it all together.
· California reverses re-opening restaurants, malls and salons as Covid-19 cases surge  
Local leadership in Miami, which is also led by Republicans, have so far resisted -- but that might soon change.
The New York Times
· Trump Continues Criticism of Movement to Defund the Police  
While recent polls have shown growing support among Republicans and Democrats for instituting police reform efforts — including banning chokeholds — after George Floyd, a Black man in Minneapolis, was killed in police custody, most Americans reject the idea of defunding police departments.
· Florida governor, COVID-19 could tank Trump renomination festivities  
That includes VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, the 15,000-seat venue where Republicans intend to gather from August 24 to 27 to hold the hoopla-packed portion of Trump’s renomination for a second term.
Washington Post
· White House effort to undermine Fauci is criticized by public health experts, scientists and Democrats  
Republicans were mostly silent.
· In battle for Congress, Republicans struggle to navigate Trump's sinking approval  
Similar dilemmas have complicated the prospects of at least seven other Senate Republicans facing competitive re-election races as Democrats are better positioned than ever before to capture the majority.
The Guardian
· Donald Trump: 'I'm getting rave reviews' for commuting Roger Stone's sentence – video  
Both Democrats and Republicans have criticised the move as a miscarriage of justice
The New York Times
· Monthly U.S. Budget Deficit Soared to Record $864 Billion in June  
The swelling deficit, while expected on the heels of big spending packages, could further complicate talks for another rescue effort given Republicans’ recent concerns about the financial tab.