“C’era una volta l’America”. Rassegna stampa dagli Usa – 19 giugno 2019

19 giu.- Ogni mercoledì alle 8.40 sulle frequenze di Radio Città del Capo va in onda “C’era una volta l’America“, la rassegna stampa sugli Stati Uniti a cura del network degli ex alunni del Cispea, il Centro Interuniversitario di Storia e Politica Euro-Americana. La rassegna di questa settimana è a cura di Alessia Gasparini, giornalista freelance e collaboratrice del blog C’era una volta l’America.



      Rassegna Usa - 19 giugno 2019


Annuncio Trump:

Kicks Off His 2020 Re-election Bid. The New York Times

 Trump launches reelection bid with familiar themes, redoubling focus on his most avid backers. The Washington Post

U.S. Puts Iran on Notice and Weighs Response to Attack on Oil Tankers. The New York Times

Iran threatens to surpass uranium limits as tensions with the U.S. continue to grow. The Washington Post

The Iran Crisis, Explained. The New York Times 
Edward Wong, Helene Cooper and Megan Specia, Trump Adds Troops After Iran Says It Will Breach Nuclear Deal. The New York Times
Campagna elettorale 2020:

Trump’s interview with George Stephanopoulos, explained. Vox 

Four Years Ago Trump Was Seen as a Sideshow. Now He Is the Show. The New York Times

Facing negative polls and internal tensions, Trump plans to launch reelection bid with Orlando rally. The Washington Post

Eugene Robinson, Trump plans to turn the Fourth of July into a political rally in honor of himself. The Washington Post

Democrats must figure out how to address Blue America’s housing crisis. The Washington Post

How Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren Cracked the Code of the 2020 Race. The New York Times

Pete Buttigieg raised staggering $7 million in April alone. Politico

Biden’s divergence from other candidates on display at poverty-fighting event. The Washington Post

Joe Biden Said He Did Not View Abortion ‘As a Choice and a Right’ in 2006. The New York Times



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