On Politics: The Trade War Is Here to Stay

As McDonald’s held its annual shareholder meeting on Thursday, several presidential candidates joined striking workers demanding a $15 minimum wage and better protection from sexual harassment.

Senator Bernie Sanders delivered a wide-ranging speech on education Saturday, becoming the first major Democratic candidate to propose a detailed plan to racially integrate schools and calling for $1 billion in funding to support local integration efforts, such as magnet schools and busing.

For 2020, six House members are running. Three people want to be the first mayor to become president. Two others don’t have political experience. But how much political experience does it actually take to be elected president?


Today’s On Politics briefing was compiled by Isabella Grullón Paz in New York.

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