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Michael Bloomberg Would Be Toughest 2020 Challenger, Former Trump Campaign Manager Says
Corey Lewandowski says Bloomberg has name recognition, ability to self-fund

Michael Bloomberg could run the toughest race against President Donald Trump in 2020, says former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Michael Bloomberg is the Democrat who could run the most competitive campaign against President Donald Trump in 2020, according to Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s first 2016 campaign manager. 

Speaking at a Christian Science Monitor event on Wednesday, Lewandowski said, “He could make it through a primary and be very competitive in a general election,” referring to the former New York City mayor. 

Space Farce? The Challenges of Creating a New Military Department in Just 2 Years: Podcast
CQ on Congress, Episode 115

On Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence announced the Trump administration's plan to create a U.S. Space Force by 2020. ( Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Space is the “next battlefield,” Vice President Mike Pence said this week. CQ editor Patrick B. Pexton talks with reporter Andrew Clevenger about all the steps needed to create the Space Force. The biggest challenge? A just-passed, two-year defense authorization bill that’s on the president’s desk awaiting his signature. That bill has no extra funds for such an ambitious enterprise that critics say isn’t even necessary to protect the U.S. from space-based threats.

Podcast: There’s (Political) Royalty in Congress, Too
Roll Call Decoder, Episode 10

Vice President Mike Pence and his brother Greg Pence, who is the GOP candidate for Indiana's 6th Congressional District. (Left photo by Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call, right photo courtesy Greg Pence for Congress)

5 Things to Watch in Tuesday’s Congressional Primaries
 

The Veep: A Heartbeat Away From a Tie-Breaking Vote
Undercover Capitol takes you inside the historic workplace — one video at a time

Capitol Ink | Shadow White House Groundskeeper

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Trump Postpones VP Announcement News Conference
GOP nominee's decision based on violence in Nice, France

Trump has selected Mike Pence as his running mate. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call)

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump postponed his scheduled news conference on Friday to announce his running mate.   

Trump tweeted that the "horrible attack in Nice, France," prompted him to hold off on the event that had been scheduled for 11 a.m. in New York.