A conversation with Alter Egos author Mark Landler, the only person who thinks more than I do about the foreign-policy differences between Obama and his former secretary of state. It has seemed to me, for as long as I’ve been watching Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama make foreign and national-security policy, that the differences in outlook and approach between the two of them are fundamental and dramatic. The fourth-generation heir to the Bush political dynasty, groomed for office since his childhood, is coming of age and building a political network.
His great-grandfather was a senator, his grandfather and uncle presidents, his father governor of Florida.
George Prescott Garnica Bush, known to friends as "P," is not just a chip off the old preppy block. The FEC has notified the campaign that thousands of its 2.4 million contributors may be violating federal limits. Bernie Sanders has become known for his legions of diehard supporters, millions of whom have flooded his campaign with small-donor contributions.
For months, the Federal Election Commission has been writing to the Sanders campaign with warnings that hundreds of his donors have exceeded the $2,700 contribution limit and that hundreds more may be foreign nationals illegally giving Sanders money.
Other campaigns this year have also struggled to track their donors and make sure they are contributing within federal limits.
Whether red or white, whether drunk by Alicia Florrick or Olivia Pope, the beverage has become a metaphor for anxieties that are uniquely feminine in their form. The problem was that, amid deepening shortages of virtually all basic products (from rice and milk to deodorant and condoms) finding even one roll of toilet paper was nearly impossible in Venezuela—let alone finding enough for hundreds of workers. The wounds in her daughter’s mouth from a recent wisdom-tooth surgery had gone septic.
Alexis had handpicked her daughter’s new university specifically for its Greek life, big-time sports, and array of not particularly challenging majors. I would call these differences profound, but I don’t want to be accused of hyperbole. Ted Cruz and Ben Carson also received multiple letters from the FEC flagging hundreds of potentially excessive donors. Andrea drove there immediately, located an oral surgeon in town, booked a room at the university hotel, and put her daughter to bed to recover. She and her husband, a CFO of a major Fortune 500 company, were intent on giving their daughter the ideal social experience in college.
And in 2008, so did Barack Obama, who, like Sanders, relied on the grassroots support from millions of small-dollar contributors. The next morning, Andrea went to her daughter’s classes, taking notes on her behalf. He's a lawyer, a Navy vet who served in Afghanistan, and a political fundraiser who works to expand the Republican Party's outreach to Latinos and young people. There was Jason, tall and typically shaggy, standing in her kitchen, holding two bulbous glasses of red wine. Chatty without being overly polished, he lives in Fort Worth with his wife, whom he met in law school at the University of Texas, and runs half marathons in his spare time.
It's as if the ruling class kept pumping out new, less WASPy, more modern products to keep up with changing demand.
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