— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) September 7, 2016
[warning: autoplay]… The list of surrogates hitting the trail this month includes President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, Clinton’s former Democratic primary rival Bernie Sanders, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Vice President Joe Biden and celebrities like Tony Goldwyn and Don Cheadle, the campaign said Tuesday.
“Now that we are past labor day, Democratic leaders are kicking it into high gear to make the case that Hillary Clinton has the ability to do the job of Commander-in-Chief and President on day one,” a spokesperson for the Clinton campaign said in a statement. “She appreciates their support.”…
Apart from pious both-siderism, what’s on the agenda for the day?
Also, via NYMag, more proof that anyone who tries to make a deal with Donald Trump will end up regretting it:
… According to Popick, a field director for the Trump campaign said they weren’t able to pay the girls, but offered them a space to sell merchandise at the rally. Figuring they could make up the difference with T-shirt and CD sales, Popick agreed, but when he arrived at the rally no such space was available. Worse, after the girls performed, they returned to their car to discover all their merchandise had been stolen.
For any lesser group, that would’ve been it. But, encouraged by the promise of future gigs, the Freedom Kids agreed to appear at a Trump rally in Iowa — only to have the Trump campaign cancel on them after they’d flown cross-country. Then the campaign made them agree not to talk to the press, which was the last straw…