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Monday, May 1, 2017

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Andy Borowitz | Pence Really Thought He'd Be President by Now 
Mike Pence. (photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) 
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker 
"When I agreed to run on the ticket with him, I said to myself, 'Mike, after he's been in the White House for a few weeks, he'll be a total train wreck and you'll be able to slide into the big-boy chair,' Pence said." 
'Will We Survive 1,361 More Days?': On Trump's First 100 Days 
Jill Abramson, Kate Aronoff, Moustafa Bayoumi and Steven W Thrasher, Guardian UK 
Excerpt: "The commentary about Donald Trump's first 100 days in office has focused on what he's failed to do: repeal Obamacare, pass tax reform, build the wall, get his immigration ban blessed by the courts. It's much fairer and simpler to judge him on the terrible things he actually has done." 
Donald Trump Invites Rodrigo Duterte to Washington 
Excerpt: "US president Donald Trump has invited Philippines leader Rodrigo Duterte to the White House during a phone call that also addressed concerns over North Korea, the White House said in a statement." 
If Abortions Become Illegal, Here's How the Government Will Prosecute Women Who Have Them 
Irin Carmon, The Washington Post 
Carmon writes: "Increasingly, women can end a pregnancy by their own hands. In these cases, there is only one person to 'be held legally responsible.' There is little doubt that states would delight in prosecuting her." 
How Maxine Waters Became 'Auntie Maxine' in the Age of Trump 
Sarah D. Wire, The Los Angeles Times 
Wire writes: "In the past few months, young people have embraced 78-year-old Waters and her acerbic comments about President Trump, bringing the Los Angeles Democrat national fame in her 14th term, and a new nickname: Auntie Maxine." 
Will the US Try to Send 50,000 People Back to Haiti? 
Joseph Stepansky, Al Jazeera 
Stepansky writes: "The special status, created by Congress in 1990, is given to countries where war, natural disaster, or other extraneous circumstances make it too perilous for individuals to return." 
Bret Stephens' First Column for the New York Times Is Classic Climate Change Denialism 
Susan Matthews, Slate 
Matthews writes: "But in reality, the goal of this column is not to help readers learn how to reason with people who are skeptical about climate change. Instead, the column reinforces the idea that those people might have a point." 

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