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The former New York City mayor, now a presidential candidate, spent millions backing Republicans in Pennsylvania, infuriating his new party.
The editor-in-chief told staff they will not investigate Michael Bloomberg and said the policy extends to his Democratic competitors.
"The choice is so stark and the stakes are so high you cannot afford to be ambivalent,” the former president warned at a California fundraiser.
The National Security Council’s former Russia expert torched a Republican conspiracy theory that it was the Ukraine - and not Moscow - that interfered in the 2016 election.

Each of the leading presidential candidates is banking on their theory of change.
The Democratic Attorneys General Association announced the new litmus test for Democratic candidates on Monday.
A survey by Gallup and the Knight Foundation finds Democrats much more willing than Republicans to see government funding help local news sources.
Mark Sandy, a White House budget officer, defied Trump's instructions not to testify.
Leaked emails showed the depths of the senior adviser's white nationalism, and now pressure is growing for him to resign.
The former Massachusetts governor's announcement video suggests he was the first in his family to go to college, but his father apparently went before him.
Republicans need Democrats to go along with corrections to the law's mistakes.
Seattle’s City Council elections were a rebuke to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. It’s unlikely the presidential race is going to be any different.
“We have terrific candidates. Leave it at that,” Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) said Tuesday.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s xenophobia is showing yet again. He went on another racist tirade against immigrants and migrants on his show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
A surprise victory in last week's governor's race may kickstart a long, slow turn away from the GOP in the Bluegrass.
Moderates won the day in Virginia’s soon-to-be Democratic House as Eileen Filler-Corn beat out the left-leaning Lashrecse Aird.
Lashrecse Aird, who is Black and liberal, is challenging Eileen Filler-Corn, a white moderate, for the speakership.
Ghazala Hashmi is the first Muslim person elected to Virginia’s state Senate.
The divide between the party faithful and their representatives in Washington is deepening.
Significant democratic victories in Kentucky and Virginia could spell trouble for President Donald Trump in 2020.