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Political Cornflakes: Season two of President Trump isn’t drawing as much interest

Season two of President Trump isn’t drawing as much interest. Hatch is towards a invoice to offer protection to Mueller, however says firing him may result in ‘impeachment.’ Granato dies after battle with most cancers.

Happy Thursday. President Donald Trump’s 2nd season within the White House isn’t drawing the eye his first did. It’s imaginable that no president in historical past has had this kind of grip on public consideration in his first yr. But now it’s yr two, and existence within the time of Trump has settled fairly right into a extraordinary sort of regimen. It’s similar to what took place along with his TV display. [Politico]

Topping the scoop: Sen. Orrin Hatch stated he’s towards a invoice to offer protection to particular recommend Robert Mueller from being fired, but additionally stated President Donald Trump received’t hearth Mueller since the motion may result in impeachment. [Trib] [DNews] [KSL]

-> The department between conservatives and moderates in Utah’s Republican Party might be affecting the longer term of GOP conventions. [Trib]

-> Salt Lake County Councilman and Utah restaurateur Sam Granato has died after suffering with most cancers, his workplace reported Wednesday. [Trib] [DNews] [ABC4] [KUTV] [Fox13] [KSL]

-> Paul Rolly recalls Granato as an individual who may deliver Catholics and Mormons, Republicans and Democrats all in combination. [Trib]

-> The C-SPAN bus is in Salt Lake City as of late and the next day as phase of its national excursion. Learn 10 issues concerning the community right here. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: From @UribeForbes: “Telling people that the construction project on I-15 will only take 3 years is like me telling my husband I’ll be ready in 5 minutes. We all know that it’s going to take longer and someone is going to be disappointed with the results no matter what.”

-> From @aedwardslevy: “if the French president faces a tough press conference is that called a Macron-y grill”

Happy Birthday: To former state Sen. John Valentine.

In different information: Hatch proposed law Tuesday that might build up the Secret Service’s talent to struggle violence in colleges. [DNews]

-> Mitt Romney’s number one race is overshadowing the rematch between Rep. John Curtis and previous state lawmaker Chris Herrod for Utah’s 3rd congressional district. [DNews]

-> Utah has opened a brand new, three-year-long $450 million challenge to widen I-15 in Lehi. [Trib] [KUTV] [Fox13]

-> Utah County Commissioner Greg Graves is threatening to sue fellow commissioners and Utah County for slander, libel and defamation after a county worker filed a sexual harassment declare towards him. [DNews]

-> Salt Lake Tribune political newshounds and columnists speak about final Saturday’s Utah Republican Convention and the approaching number one elections on this week’s episode of “Trib Talk.” [Trib]

-> Pat Bagley reimagines GOP reboots of vintage books by means of Dr. Seuss. [Trib]

-> Paul Rolly argues that within the fight between children and pro-gun forces within the gun protection debate, the youngsters are profitable. [Trib]

-> Robert Gehrke tells the tale of Barbara Toomer, who died Tuesday at age 88. Toomer was once a fierce recommend for the disabled in Utah. [Trib]

Nationally: White House doctor Ronny Jackson, who has been nominated to go the Department of Veterans Affairs, would possibly withdraw his title within the wake of of being accused of alleged skilled misconduct. [WaPost]

-> Trump’s legal professional, Michael Cohen, will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in a lawsuit by means of grownup movie megastar Stormy Daniels. [NYTimes]

-> Attorney General Jeff Sessions wouldn’t solution questions Wednesday about whether or not he recused himself within the Justice Department’s investigation into Cohen. [NYTimes]

-> French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a speech to Congress Wednesday, providing reviews of Trump’s insurance policies. [NYTimes]

— Thomas Burr and Madalyn Gunnell

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