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Google and YouTube have removed more than 300 Trump campaign ads for violating the services’ policies, according to 60 Minutes.
“I don’t trust anyone at all.”
— Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in an interview with Time.
Joe Sestak announced that he is dropping out of the 2020 presidential race, leaving the total number of Democrats left in the field at 17, Axios reports.
Andrew Yang’s campaign told Politico that it had raised $750,000 on November 30 — from over 18,000 people — his single best fundraising day to date of his campaign.
“It just tells you what deep trouble Donald Trump is in. I mean, when you have 50% of the country wanting you not just impeached but removed from office, and the game hasn’t even gotten fast yet. … I think once the vote is taken by Congress to impeach him and he’s wearing the ‘I’ on his chest, you’re going to see that movement grow even more.”
— Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley predicted on CNN that public support for President Trump will collapse as House Democrats continue their impeachment inquiry against him.
A new Economist/YouGov poll finds 53% of Republicans said Donald Trump was a better president than Abraham Lincoln, while 47% chose the Civil War-era leader.
New York Times: “Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s plan to tax the assets of America’s wealthiest individuals continues to draw broad support from voters, across party, gender and educational lines. Only one slice of the electorate opposes it staunchly: Republican men with college degrees. … Not surprisingly, that is also the profile of many who’d be hit by Ms. Warren’s so-called wealth tax, which has emerged as the breakout economic proposal in the Democratic presidential primary race.”
“I wish. But no.”
— George Conway, a conservative lawyer and husband of White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway, denied that he and his wife were the anonymous authors behind “A Warning,” the tell-all book from a senior official working in the Trump administration, The Hill reports.
“If I win the New Hampshire primary, all bets are off. That would ordinarily be fatal for a sitting president.”
— Former Gov. Bill Weld (R), in an interview with The Hill.