A Biden-versus-Trump Rematch? Not So Fast., RFK Jr. Might Just Throw His Hat in the Ring, and More News Shitshow

Title: A Biden-versus-Trump Rematch? Not So Fast., RFK Jr. Might Just Throw His Hat in the Ring, and More News Shitshow

Trump (R):

“Trump’s New York hush money case is set for trial April 15” [Associated Press]

“Billionaires sought to help fund Trump bond in civil fraud case, sources say” [Reuters]

“Trump is selling ‘God Bless the USA’ Bibles for $59.99 as he faces mounting legal bills” [Associated Press]

“‘Hastening his deterioration’: Dr. John Gartner on impact of court trials on ‘Trump’s fragile brain” [Salon]

Biden (D):

“Fighting for”:Kamala and I aren't done lowering health care and prescription drug costs and improving health care for the American people.Here's our plan to build on that progress: pic.twitter.com/al3XY65rB8— President Biden (@POTUS) March 26, 2024

“The Biden Campaign Is Quietly Preparing a Trump Ambush” [The Daily Beast]

“It’s aggressive,’ a source within the Biden campaign said, requesting anonymity to speak candidly of the mood inside the re-election team. “There’s a lot of travel, there’s a lot of work. It’s all exciting. We’re heading into this final fundraiser of the month with the former presidents [Obama and Clinton], but it’s aggressive.’

Kennedy (I):

“Biden and Trump know Kennedy’s VP choice is a game changer” [The Hill]

“The 38-year-old Shanahan has a remarkable life story. She grew up on welfare, is Asian-American, a lawyer, the California-based founder and president of Bia-Echo Foundation — a nonprofit that issues grants for issues including reproductive rights, equality, criminal justice reform and the environment — is a single mother to a daughter with autism and is the former wife of Google cofounder Sergey Brin. Aside from her entrepreneurial background, high energy and intelligence, Shanahan immediately

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