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Matthews Thinks Trump Will Probably Face a Primary Challenge in 2018 Election

Matthews Thinks Trump Will Probably Face a Primary Challenge in 2018 Election

4 May, 2017 4 May, 2017

On Thursday, MSNBC host Katy Tur seemed to confuse when the next presidential election will be held when she asked, “Is there any chance that Donald Trump will face a primary challenger in 2018 from the Republican side?”

Fellow host Chris Matthews answered, “Well probably, because he’s controversial, and there are people like George Will and his column today in the Washington Post, there’s a lot of true blue conservatives out there, and I mean that, true blue conservatives who don’t like him. And there are people in the party that see it as an opportunity to make hay. He’s going to have a tough re-election and a tough re-nomination fight. Who knows what’ll happen.”

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49% of Russians See No Challenger to Putin in 2018 Elections

49% of Russians See No Challenger to Putin in 2018 Elections

Almost half of Russians believe there will no politician to challenge Russian leader Vladimir Putin during the country's 2018 presidential elections, a poll by the Levada center has revealed.

Some 49 percent of respondents said that Putin would face no real competition if he ran for his fourth term, the Interfax news agency reported. Twenty-six percent said that a rival would emerge before 2018, while 25 percent struggled to answer.

Expectations have changed significantly since 2012, when 49 percent of Russians believed that Putin would be challenged in the 2018 race.

This time, however, 63 percent of respondents said that they would want to see Putin continue as president, a dramatic rise from 34 percent in 2012.

The Levada Center poll was carried out from Oct. 21 to 24 and surveyed 1,600 adults in 137 cities and towns across 48 Russian regions.

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The 6th Peking to Paris Motor Challenge 2016

The 6th Peking to Paris Motor Challenge 2016

June 12th to July 17th 2016

The Greatest Motoring Adventure - Peking to Paris 2016

The most extraordinary journey possible in a motorcar is now completed. Relive the adventure on these pages.

The Journey is Completed

The 2016, 6th edition, Peking to Paris Motor Challenge started from the Great Wall outside Beijing on Sunday, June 12th and finished 36 days later with a drive into Paris to cross the finish line in Place Vendome on Sunday, July 17th.

Relive all the action and drama on this website.

For this year the 2013 route has been enhanced with a route that drives into the most adventurous region of Mongolia, the stunningly beautiful northern sector. We will cross into Russia and on to the Republic of Belarus with the support of the Russian motor-federation who worked with us in seeking out long gravel farm-land sections for our Time Trials and drive an exciting new route across Europe with closed-road mountain climbs in the Alps. Highly acclaimed in 2013 the challenge for the Organisation is make Peking Paris 2016 even better.

The cars are divided into two age categories. either in the Vintageant category for pre 1941 model types or the Classic category for models of a type in production before 1975. The route includes driving some of the worlds toughest terrain with participants required to maintain a demanding rally time-schedule. Small cars carrying much the same weight as bigger cars will be at a distinct disadvantage. To qualify for a place on Peking to Paris 2016, a car can certainly be "different" but must reasonably stand a chance of coping with the demands of the event. Sports cars with cramped interior space, minimal ground clearance and little suspension movement are less than ideal, but the Organisation tries to be broad-minded. Tents, sleeping bags, and all spare parts including wheels must be carried by each entrant. The ERA's travelling support mechanics are the best in the business at roadside repairs but they do not carry parts for the participants.

The Classics Category does not allow trucks, pick-up trucks, ambulances, estate-cars, or what is generally regarded to be a commercial-vehicle, such as a van. This is a sporting event. Carrying heavy spares and kit is not in the spirit of the challenge. While it is perfectly acceptable for one car with a crew who wishes to be competitive can enter a second car to provide general support, we do not wish to see spare engines, gearboxes, axles in "mules" for a lighter car that is out to win a trophy.

Cars must be prepared in a period-style. No alloy-boxes on the back, no modern-looking ski-boxes or roof-top boxes. Appearance matters. Ratchet straps come in black and are preferable to bright blue, but leather straps do the job just as well and are more in keeping with the spirit of the event. the devil is the detail, and bright green jackets when a more period colour is available is preferable, and certainly pleases the film makers and photographers. Crews must remember! Prince Borghese is looking down!

Cars should be prepared with high ground clearance and be capable of running on low grade petrol. A compression ratio any higher than 8:1 can lead to piston failure. this has happened to cars on our earlier events. Substantial underbody protection with a sump guard, tank guard, and skid plates to all vulnerable items and ideally brake pipes and petrol lines either well plated or running inside the car is strongly advised.

The Participants

Participants must be prepared to “rough it” on a regular basis. Several days of well supported camping in Mongolia is part of the challenge. the participants bring a tent and the warmest sleeping bag and the ERA does the rest. Camp sites beside rivers and lakes see hot food served each night with a wide ranging menu, hot breakfasts, and toilets are set up with hot-shower blocks, run by two highly experienced Mongolian camp-support teams. Crews should come prepared to share the driving. While there is no night time driving, some of the days are long and require personal stamina and determination.

Read about the previous Peking to Paris Motor Challenges here We would like to thank you for this lifetime experience. Many thanks for the professional support and top-notch organization. It has been a great pleasure to meet all of you. support crews, medics, mechanics, marshals and the office team. Well done.

Jack Boers & Jesse Smaal - Car #88 - Peking to Paris 2013

Sweet: With Durbin staying in Senate, who ll challenge Rauner, Chicago Sun-Times

Sweet: With Durbin staying in Senate, who’ll challenge Rauner?

Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., told the Chicago Sun-Times she is considering a bid to challenge Gov. Bruce Rauner. Kelly won her third election last week for the far south suburban 2nd Congressional District seat. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times

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Illinois Democrats have serious searching to do to find a formidable candidate to run against GOP Gov. Bruce Rauner in 2018.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., re-elected to a top Senate leadership spot on Wednesday, and the Democrats best bet to mount a powerful challenge to Rauner, said he is staying in the Senate.

With Durbin removing himself from the gubernatorial contest, Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., told the Chicago Sun-Times she is considering a bid.

Durbin was the clear favorite of Illinois Democrats at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last summer.

Durbin said in Philadelphia that he wanted to wait until after the presidential and Senate leadership elections before deciding if he wanted to remain in the Senate.

The shocking win of President-elect Donald Trump last week firmed up Durbin’s resolve to stay in the Senate. Durbin’s thinking is, I am told, that Trump’s election makes it important for Senate Democrats to keep a check on his power — and that’s a job Durbin wants to do.

Durbin, the “whip” since 2005, said in a statement, “I am honored that the Senate Democratic Caucus has again unanimously supported my service as Whip.

“The responsibilities of our caucus grew last Tuesday, and my experience in this role and strong relationships with my colleagues will help me continue to be an integral part of this leadership team.”

Kelly told the Chicago Sun-Times, “People have come to me about giving thought to running for governor, being encouraging, asking is this something I would consider.

“I love my seat. I love being here,” Kelly said, a reference to Congress. “But I would say, I’m honored to be asked, but at this point, I would not rule anything out.”

Kelly won her third election last week for the far south suburban 2nd Congressional District seat. In 2013, she replaced the disgraced former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., and since coming to Congress she has made curbing gun violence her central issue.

Kelly was the 2010 Democratic nominee for state treasurer, a former member of the Illinois House and a former chief of staff to former Illinois State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias.

A Matteson resident, Kelly has downstate Illinois ties from her 2010 campaign and her years of living in Peoria, where she attended Bradley University, picking up undergraduate and grad degrees.

Kelly had considered running for Senate but decided against it when it became clear Rep. Tammy Duckworth, who defeated Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., last week, had the inside track for the Democratic nomination.

The Illinois 2018 governor’s contest is different. With Durbin out, there is no anointed insider or consensus candidate.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan is locked out as long as her father, Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan — who doubles as the state Democratic party chairman — remains in office.

There is some thought that the Illinois Democrats have to find a mega-millionaire who can self-fund a campaign in order to compete with the tens of millions of dollars the jumbo rich Rauner can pour in his quest for a second term.

That puts Democratic activist J.B. Pritzker in play. Pritzker was one of Clinton’s biggest donors and fundraiser and knows the political ropes.

Chris Kennedy, from the famous political family, stuck a toe in the gubernatorial water at the Democratic convention but hasn’t done much since.

There could be other models for Illinois Democrats to consider.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders almost beat Clinton in Illinois in the March Democratic primary. We know from the stolen, leaked WikiLeaks memos just how worried Clinton’s team was about Sanders catching Clinton in her home state.

Sanders built a strong Illinois presidential campaign with activists who backed Cook County Board Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia’s mayoral run against Rahm Emanuel.

Clinton’s backers are demoralized, as are almost all Democrats, still absorbing the impact of a Trump White House coming after President Barack Obama’s two terms.

Sanders is still on a roll. He is determined to keep up “our revolution” — and that’s also the name of his just published campaign book. In Illinois, the Sanders faction is the most organized, agile and possibly motivated bloc.

They are, if they keep up Sanders’ “revolution,” a potential populist force against Rauner if they find the right candidate to get behind.

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