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Wednesday Top News Executive Summary

Tuesday's election results, ABC's bogus standards, Senate GOP united, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 6, 2019

Above the Fold

ELECTION RESULTS: A strong night for Democrats in Kentucky and Virginia — the former due to that governor’s unpopularity and the the latter thanks to big money (NPR)

BOGUS “STANDARDS”: ABC News’s spiking of Epstein story draws scrutiny toward Clinton ally George Stephanopoulos (Fox News)

Government & Politics

CHIEF OF STAFF SOLICITED: House Democrats ask Mick Mulvaney to testify in impeachment inquiry (National Review)

UNITED WE STAND: Mitch McConnell says Senate trial “would not lead to a removal” of Trump if held today (USA Today)

Culture & Heartland

REPUBLICAN PREVAILS: Mississippi voters promote GOP Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves to governor (Townhall)

NO SANCTUARY: Tucson voters overwhelmingly reject sanctuary-city measure (Fox News)

DOUBLING DOWN: Texas voters approve constitutional amendment banning state income tax (KFYO)

ARBITERS OF PROPAGANDA: YouTube removes video of doctor discussing medical reality of transgenderism (The Federalist)

Other Notables

EXPANDED OPERATION: Trump OKs wider Syria oil mission, raising legal questions (Associated Press)

BACKFIRE: New Zealand’s gun confiscation shaping up to be a massive failure (Bearing Arms)

Closing Arguments

POLICY: It’s time for the U.S. to wage war on Mexican drug cartels (The Federalist)

POLICY: Staying in Paris climate agreement would have cost families $20K (The Daily Signal)

HUMOR: Jeffrey Epstein voted straight party ticket in yesterday’s election (Genesius Times)

For more of today’s editors’ choice headlines, visit In Our Sights.

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