In other news, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he would “rather be dead in a ditch” than ask the European Union to delay the Brexit again.
Meanwhile, schools and even daycare centers are among the military construction projects that will lose funding to Trump's fake border wall. Support the troops!
Finally, Yahoo News reports that Trump talked to his aides about possibly replacing Mike Pence in 2020 during the August recess.
In the weeks [after the 2018 midterms], Trump asked aides about replacing Pence on the ticket, and he asked again for their thoughts on Pence during his August vacation at his golf course in Bedminster, N.J., according to Trump advisers who spoke on condition of anonymity to talk about private discussions with the president. [...]
In particular, rumors that Kushner and Ivanka Trump wanted to consider replacements for Pence — specifically trying to find a woman running mate to help win back the suburbs in 2020 — have worried the vice president’s camp, according to Trump and Pence campaign advisers who spoke on background for this story.