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Record rainfall in D.C. as severe storms move east

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The Gulf Coast is bracing for heavy rainfall from a potential tropical storm system as officials revealed that the country has broken the record for the wettest 12-month period for the third time this year.

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The news comes as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that there have been six $1 billion weather and climate disasters so far this year. Since 1980, there have been 250 such events — an average of six a year.

A tropical depression is expected to form in the Gulf by Thursday and will likely hit somewhere between the western Florida panhandle and the northern Texas coast, the National Weather Service announced Tuesday.

PHOTO: Satellite imagery of the Gulf Of Mexico region on July 9, 2019.STAR-GOES East GEOCOLOR/NESDIS/NOAA
Satellite imagery of the Gulf Of Mexico region on July 9, 2019.

The system has the potential to produce heavy rainfall in the affected areas, but it is too soon to determine the magnitude and location of any potential wind or storm surge impacts at this time.

Rainfall in the U.S. has broken records a stunning three times this year, with above- to much-above average participation in the Deep South through the Mississippi and Ohio river valleys as well as the East Coast, according to the NOAA.

The precipitation total for June was 3.3 inches in the contiguous U.S., about .37 inches above the average, according to NOAA. The contiguous U.S. saw 19.05 inches in total precipitation in the past year, 3.74 inches above the average and the wettest such period in the 125-year record.

Flooding persisted along many of the major river systems and their tributaries across the central U.S., including the central and lower Mississippi River, the Missouri River and the Illinois River.

PHOTO: Heavy rainfall flooded the intersection of 15th Street and Constitution Ave., NW stalling cars in the street, Monday, July 8, 2019, in Washington near the Washington Monument.AP Photo/Alex Brandon
Heavy rainfall flooded the intersection of 15th Street and Constitution Ave., NW stalling cars in the street, Monday, July 8, 2019, in Washington near the Washington Monument.

The nation’s capital saw more than 3.4 inches of rain on Monday — a daily record — with most of it falling in a single hour as nearby regions saw half a foot and flash floods.

More than 100 water rescues were required in and around Washington, D.C., on Monday, including 15 people saved from vehicles trapped by high water.

Flash flooding also was reported Tuesday morning in south-central Nebraska, some parts of which just saw 9 inches of rain. Areas of North Dakota received up to 5 inches of rain overnight, also producing flash flooding.

More flooding is possible later on Tuesday as a new system moves through the Plains and western Great Lakes. The most severe storms are likely to be in Wyoming, South Dakota and Nebraska, all of which could see damaging winds, hail or an isolated tornado.

This system on Wednesday is expected to head east and produce severe storms in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions. Damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado are again the most likely threats.

PHOTO: Severe storms are forecast to blanket much of the Upper Midwest on Tuesday.ABC News
Severe storms are forecast to blanket much of the Upper Midwest on Tuesday.
PHOTO: Severe storms in the Midwest are expected to continue Wednesday afternoon.ABC News
Severe storms in the Midwest are expected to continue Wednesday afternoon.

NOAA also announced Tuesday that above average temperatures in June were observed across 11 states in the U.S.

Alaska experienced its second-warmest June in state history. The average temperature in June was 54 degrees, 4.8 degrees above the long-term mean.

PHOTO: Children play with inflatable flamingos and other creatures at Goose Lake on July 5, 2019, in Anchorage, Alaska.Mark Thiessen/AP
Children play with inflatable flamingos and other creatures at Goose Lake on July 5, 2019, in Anchorage, Alaska.

Florida saw its third-warmest June on record.

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Ross Perot, former presidential candidate, dies at age 89

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Businessman and former presidential candidate Ross Perot has died.

He was 89 years old.

Family spokesperson James Fuller confirmed Perot died Tuesday of leukemia after a “great, wonderful, fast-moving life.” Perot was diagnosed with leukemia five months ago, in February, Fuller said.

“With deep sadness, I am letting you know that Mr. Perot passed away early Tuesday at his home, surrounded by his family,” Fuller said in a statement.

“Mr. Perot was a true patriot and a dedicated humanitarian. He will be missed greatly,” Fuller said.

He is survived by his wife Margot and their five children.

PHOTO: American industrialist Ross Perot is pictured, circa 1996.MPI/Getty Images
American industrialist Ross Perot is pictured, circa 1996.

“Family, friends, and associates are encouraged to honor Mr. Perot’s memory by continuing to support his commitment to these organizations: Circle Ten Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, North Texas Food Bank, Salvation Army DFW, Teach for America: Dallas/ Fort Worth, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Visiting Nurses Association of Dallas,” Fuller said in the statement.

The billionaire businessman became a household name due to his role as a third party candidate in the 1992 and 1996 presidential races.

PHOTO: Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton, left, Independent Ross Perot and President George Bush shake hands with the panelists following their third presidential debate at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., Oct. 19, 1992.Doug Mills/AP, FILE
Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Clinton, left, Independent Ross Perot and President George Bush shake hands with the panelists following their third presidential debate at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., Oct. 19, 1992.

According to Forbes’ latest available data, Perot was worth $4.1 billion at the time of his death.

Early in his life, he served in the Navy, before returning home and making the treatment of veterans and prisoners of war a part of his later activism work.

He made his billions through his computer systems work, starting his career at IBM before leaving to found Electronic Data Systems, an information technology and services company.

His most notable foray into politics started with his 1992 presidential bid, when he ran as an independent candidate against then-President George H. W. Bush and Democratic challenger Bill Clinton.

PHOTO: Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot delivers his concession speech to the crowd gathered on Nov. 3, 1992, at his election night headquarters after Democrat Bill Clinton won the presidential election.Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images, FILE
Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot delivers his concession speech to the crowd gathered on Nov. 3, 1992, at his election night headquarters after Democrat Bill Clinton won the presidential election.

He tried again in 1996, running as the creator of the Reform Party, winning 8.4% of the vote when he faced off against then-President Clinton and Republican challenger Bob Dole.

Fellow Texan and former President George W. Bush released a statement of condolences.

“Texas and America have lost a strong patriot. Ross Perot epitomized the entrepreneurial spirit and the American creed. He gave selflessly of his time and resources to help others in our community, across our country, and around the world. He loved the U.S. military and supported our service members and veterans. Most importantly, he loved his dear wife, children, and grandchildren. Laura and I send our heartfelt condolences to the entire Perot family as they celebrate a full life,” Bush said in his statement.

    

    

    

    

    

        
            

                    
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The Dallas Morning News quotes Perot’s son Ross Perot Jr. as describing his father as “obviously a great family man, wonderful father. But at the end of the day, he was a wonderful humanitarian.”

“Every day he came to work trying to figure out how he could help somebody,” Ross Perot Jr. said of his dad, according to The Dallas Morning News.

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Joe and Jill Biden reported more than $15 million in income since leaving White House

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Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden reported more than $15 million in income since leaving the White House in early 2017, newly released tax returns show.

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Tax returns, released by the Biden Campaign, show the Biden’s had an adjusted gross income of $4,580,437 in 2018, and $11,018,346 in 2017.

Since leaving office, the Biden’s have paid more than $5.27 million in federal taxes, which is roughly a third of their income.

According to the campaign, “the majority of the couple’s 2017 and 2018 income — specifically, $10,048,739 (in 2017) and $3,236,764 (in 2018)–is attributable to book payments for the writing of Promise Me, Dad and Where the Light Enters and to paid speaking engagements.”

Those speaking engagements carried large sums for the former vice president, ranging from $8,040 for a Miami book fair to $190,000 for a speech as a part of a visiting lecture series at Drew University in Madison, N.J., Biden’s financial disclosure report shows.

His wife also earned more than $700,000 for speaking engagements associated with her book from March 2018 through early May 2019, the disclosure says.

The former vice president also received more than $400,000 from VIP events associated with his book tour in 2017 and 2018, according to the disclosure.

“These amounts were paid to Vice President Biden and Dr. Biden through their respective S-Corporations, known as CelticCapri and Giacoppa. Both Vice President Biden and Dr. Biden employed staff and engaged contractors to support their respective work through their S-Corporations,” a campaign release said.

His financial disclosure form shows Biden also earned an additional $425,000 in ‘salary’ from CelticCapri between January 2018 and June 2019.

Biden also earned a total of $776,527 in salary as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, according to the campaign’s release.

PHOTO: Joe Biden and wife Jill Biden speak during the kick off for his presidential election campaign in Philadelphia, on May 18, 2019. Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images
Joe Biden and wife Jill Biden speak during the kick off for his presidential election campaign in Philadelphia, on May 18, 2019.

The income earned by the Bidens is a far cry from their income while in the White House and when he served in the Senate–where he served for several decades until becoming vice president in 2008.

Biden often touts his “Middle Class Joe” moniker and on the trail often says that he was the poorest man in Congress.

“I’m called middle-class Joe. It’s not meant as a compliment — it means I’m not sophisticated,” a line Biden often repeats on the campaign trail.

A central message of Biden’s campaign pitch is rebuilding the middle class–recalling his own middle class roots. It remains to be seen if Biden’s newly reported wealth will have an impact on his message with voters.

After leaving the White House, the Bidens upped their charitable giving. The couple gave only $5,889 in 2016. In 2017, their giving skyrocketed to more than $1 million. The pair gave to various charities and religious groups. That year, the largest contribution of $180,000 went to the United Jewish Federation of Chicago. The Bidens also donated $100,000 to their own non-profit The Joseph Biden Foundation.

In 2018, the couple gave $275,796 to various charities with the largest sums going the Delaware Center for Justice and the Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children ($100,000 and $50,000, respectively). They also donated $25,000 to Walking with the Wounded, a British charity associated with Prince Harry, which helps injured British veterans transition into civilian life.

ABC News’ SooRin Kim contributed to this report.

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Minnesota Amazon workers plan Prime Day strike next week

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Amazon workers in a suburban Minneapolis are planning to mark the company’s annual Prime Day shopping event — with a strike.

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On Prime Day, a two-day sales bonanza this year kicking off on July 15, workers at the Shakopee, Minnesota facility plan to protest the company’s policy of having temporary workers and productivity quotas — which they say are unfair to workers, according to Bloomberg, which first reported the strike plan on Monday.

“Amazon is going to be telling one story about itself, which is they can ship a Kindle to your house in one day, isn’t that wonderful,” William Stolz, an Amazon worker and strike organizer, told Bloomberg. “We want to take the opportunity to talk about what it takes to make that work happen and put pressure on Amazon to protect us and provide safe, reliable jobs.”

PHOTO: Demonstrators shout slogans and hold placards during a protest at the Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minn., Dec. 14, 2018.Kerem Yucel/AFP/Getty Images, FILE
Demonstrators shout slogans and hold placards during a protest at the Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minn., Dec. 14, 2018.

News of the planned protest drew swift support from other workers pushing for social and political change at the company.

“We proudly stand in solidarity with our FC coworkers who are striking on #PrimeDay because whether you work behind a computer in Seattle or in a warehouse in Minnesota, the only way we can create meaningful change is by standing together,” the Amazon Employees For Climate Justice account tweeted, referring to Amazon’s fulfillment centers by internal company shorthand.

The retail giant responded in a statement to ABC News by calling the allegations “baseless.”

“Amazon offers already what this outside organization is asking for,” a company spokesperson said in the statement. “We provide great employment opportunities with excellent pay -– ranging from $16.25 – $20.80 an hour, and comprehensive benefits including health care, up to 20 weeks parental leave, paid education, promotional opportunities, and more.”

“We encourage anyone to compare our pay, benefits, and workplace to other retailers and major employers in the Shakopee community and across the country -– and we invite anyone to see for themselves by taking a tour of the facility,” the statement said.

The Amazon spokesperson said 90% of Amazon workers at the Shakopee fulfillment center are full-time employees, adding that more than 100 temporary associates converted to full-time Amazon positions in the past year, including more than 30 offers in the past week.

The company spokesperson also said that production quotas have not changed since November 2018, and that the company does “support people who are not performing to the levels expected with dedicated coaching to help them improve.”

The strike plans follow similar recent protests at the Shakopee facility and other Minnesota Amazon facilities, led by African Muslim immigrants, who have protested productivity quotas during Ramadan.

“While Amazon may feel workers have the conditions they’re asking for, clearly the workers don’t think this,” Harley Shaiken, a labor expert at the University of California, Berkeley told ABC News. “The success of a previous walkout in Minnesota has clearly inspired some workers.”

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ABC News to host 3rd Democratic primary debate in Houston

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This year’s third Democratic primary debate will be hosted by ABC News in partnership with Univision and is scheduled for Sept. 12 and 13 in Houston, the Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday.

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The debate can be seen on ABC in prime time, live on Univision with a Spanish translation and on ABC News Live. The streaming channel is available on the ABCNews.com website and apps, as well as Hulu Live, The Roku Channel and Facebook Watch.

Details on the format, venue, moderators and exact timing for the debates will be announced at a later date.

“As the nation’s most diverse city, Houston is the perfect place for the Democratic Party’s third debate. Leaders like Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner have been key to making Houston the world class city it is today,” said DNC Chair Tom Perez. “Like the people of Texas, our candidates come from all kinds of backgrounds, and are all united by their deeply held values. We’ve seen firsthand in Texas that organizing everywhere through the Texas Democratic Party has led to victories all across the state, including flipping a dozen state House seats and making the state more competitive than it has been in decades. Houston is the perfect place to showcase our candidates so that they can share their vision for a better future for the American people.”

In May, the DNC announced new, more stringent qualifying rules that apply to the debate hosted by ABC News and Univision, and for the debate to follow, slated to take place in October. Hosts for the October debate have not yet been announced.

In order to qualify for the September and October debates, the DNC requires candidates to meet polling and grassroots funding thresholds.

PHOTO: The stage is seen prior to the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, June 26, 2019.Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images
The stage is seen prior to the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, June 26, 2019.

Candidates must receive 2% or more support in at least four national polls, or polls conducted in the early-voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and/or Nevada. Each poll submitted must be publicly released between June 28 and Aug. 28 and be must be sponsored by one or more of the following organizations approved by the DNC: The Associated Press, ABC News, CBS News, CNN, the Des Moines Register, Fox News, Monmouth University, NBC News, The New York Times, National Public Radio, Quinnipiac University, University of New Hampshire, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Washington Post, and Winthrop University.

Any candidate’s four qualifying polls must be conducted by different organizations or — if by the same organization — must be in different geographical areas. And each poll must be publicly released between June 28 and Aug. 28, 2019.

Each poll’s candidate support question must have been conducted by reading or presenting a list of Democratic presidential primary candidates to respondents, according to the DNC. Poll questions using an open-ended or unaided question to gauge presidential primary support will not count. Each polling result must be the top-line number listed in the original public release from the approved sponsoring organization/institution, whether or not it is a rounded or weighted number.

The DNC also said they and their media partners are reserving the right to add a Nevada-specific poll sponsor to their list of approved organizations in the near future.

To meet the grassroots fundraising threshold, candidates must have received donations from at least 130,000 unique donors over the course of the election cycle, with a minimum of 400 unique donors per state in at least 20 states. Qualifying donations must be received by the DNC by 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 28.

Candidates who do not meet both the polling and grassroots fundraising thresholds will not qualify for the debates.

The new qualifying rules will ramp up the pressure on many in the crowded Democratic field, which has grown to 23 candidates total. A number of Democratic candidates are struggling to meet the qualifying threshold for the second Democratic debates, which are taking place in July. To qualify for the first debates, candidates must receive 1% or more support in four national or early state polls, but they can also qualify if they receive donations from at least 65,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 unique donors in at least 20 states.

The DNC is capping the total number of candidates that qualify for the debate stage at 20.

The DNC has previously announced the dates and locations for the first two primary debates: The first debate took place on June 26 and 27 in Miami and NBC News/MSNBC/Telemundo will host and the second will take place on July 30 and 31 in Detroit and CNN will host.

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Single county sees 9 overdose deaths in 2 days, possibly linked to fentanyl

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Medical officials in one Ohio county said at least nine people died from drug overdoses in a two-day period.

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The Franklin County Coroner’s Office said the area had “a surge in overdose deaths” on Tuesday and warned residents that the deaths could be fentanyl-related.

Officials said at least nine people died from overdoses between Saturday and Monday. Six of those deaths occurred on Monday, according to the coroner’s office.

“Our toxicology team is conducting initial testing to confirm if these deaths are fentanyl-related,” the office said in a statement. “For those Franklin County residents with family or friends that might be at risk for and overdose, please take the necessary steps to have Naloxone available for them,” it added, referring to the emergency overdose reversal drug.

PHOTO: A person holds up an example of the amount of fentanyl that can be deadly after a news conference about deaths from fentanyl exposure, at DEA Headquarters in Arlington, Va., June 6, 2017.Jacquelyn Martin/AP, FILE
A person holds up an example of the amount of fentanyl that can be deadly after a news conference about deaths from fentanyl exposure, at DEA Headquarters in Arlington, Va., June 6, 2017.

In addition, the office urged at-risk residents to purchase fentanyl testing strips “to look for fentanyl in any substance a person in using.”

Medical experts said fentanyl is increasingly being mixed with other street drugs, including cocaine and methamphetamine, to the surprise of unsuspecting users.

Ohio has been one of the hardest-hit states by the nation’s growing opioid and fentanyl epidemics.

Ohio saw an increase of more than a 500 fentanyl encounters — police samples testing positive for the drug — from 2014 to 2015, the latest data available from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Only three other states — Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Hampshire — saw similar increases.

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Award-winning actor Rip Torn dies at 88

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Actor Rip Torn, best known for his role on the HBO series “The Larry Sanders Show,” has died at the age of 88, his representatives confirmed in a statement.

Torn “passed away peacefully this afternoon (Tuesday) at his home in Lakeville, Connecticut,” according to a statement.

His wife, Amy Wright, and daughters, Katie Torn and Angelica Page, were by his side.

In addition to his portrayal of producer Artie on the “The Larry Sanders Show” alongside the late Gary Shandling, Torn has spent seven decades appearing in productions on both the stage and screen.

PHOTO: Actor Rip Torn gives the thumbs up as he holds his Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Arthur on the The Larry Sanders Show at the 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 8, 2996, in Pasadena, Calif.Kim Kulish/AFP/Getty Images
Actor Rip Torn gives the thumbs up as he holds his Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Arthur on the “The Larry Sanders Show” at the 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 8, 2996, in Pasadena, Calif.

Torn, who received an Emmy Award in 1996 for “The Larry Sanders Show,” and was nominated for the same award five other times, was also an Oscar and Tony Award nominee.

He received six consecutive Emmy nods for his work on “The Larry Sanders Show.”

Torn was nominated for an Oscar for the movie “Cross Creek” in 1983, and nominated for a Tony for his role as Tom Jr. in Tennessee Williams’ “Sweet Bird of Youth” in 1960.

He also starred in movies such as “Men in Black,” “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” and “Defending Your Life.”

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Start Here: Calls for labor secretary to quit, Obamacare in court, Perot dies at 89

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It’s Wednesday, July 10, 2019. Let’s start here.

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1. Financier fallout

Amid growing calls for Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to resign in the wake of wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest for alleged underage sex trafficking, President Donald Trump on Tuesday praised his cabinet member as “excellent” and said he feels “very badly” for him.

But Trump also said he would look “very carefully” at the much-criticized plea deal that Acosta negotiated with Epstein in 2008 as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida. That agreement allowed the financier, with whom Trump socialized with years ago, to serve just 13 months in jail.

Acosta has defended the non-prosecution agreement he signed off on, and he tweeted on Tuesday that he was “pleased” prosecutors in New York were “moving forward with a case based on new evidence.” Those calling for him to resign argue there was enough of a case more than a decade ago to put Epstein behind bars for life, according to ABC News Chief National Correspondent Tom Llamas.

“Critics say [Acosta] had mounting evidence, he had victims, he had witnesses and yet for some reason he decided to strike a deal with Jeffrey Epstein’s attorneys instead of deciding to indict Epstein on many of the crimes that we’re now talking about so many years later,” Llamas tells us.

2. Obamacourt

A federal appeals court in New Orleans heard the latest legal challenge to Obamacare on Tuesday and appeared skeptical of arguments from defenders of the Affordable Care Act that the individual mandate to purchase health insurance is constitutional.

The Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that the mandate was only permissible under Congress’ power to tax, but the Republican-led Congress in 2017 zeroed out the financial penalty in the GOP tax law after failing to fully repeal Obamacare.

A decision isn’t expected until September, but the case likely will go to the Supreme Court just in time for the 2020 presidential race, according to ABC News’ Devin Dwyer: “We could be headed to a scenario where health care is front and center as voters start heading to the polls.”

PHOTO: Protesters rally during U.S. House voting on the American Health Care Act, which repeals major parts of the 2000 Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., May 4, 2017.Yuri Gripas/Reuters, FILE
Protesters rally during U.S. House voting on the American Health Care Act, which repeals major parts of the 2000 Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., May 4, 2017.

3. Leakage

The British government is standing by Sir Kim Darroch, the U.K. ambassador to the U.S., after diplomatic cables in which he called the Trump administration “inept” were leaked, spurring an investigation.

Trump said the White House “will no longer deal with” Darroch, calling him “wacky” and “a very stupid guy,” but the State Department said Tuesday it has not been given any instructions not to work with the ambassador.

The leak has also affected the U.K.’s race for prime minister. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said he would keep Darroch if elected, while Boris Johnson, the favorite in the upcoming Tory leadership contest and Trump’s pick for the job, has stayed mum about whether to remove the ambassador.

“There will be real pressure on Boris Johnson not to do that because the politics of this country is that we’re constantly worried about seeming like we are the lackey to the United States,” ABC News Foreign Correspondent James Longman says on “Start Here.” “He won’t want to seem like that politician, so this really does complicate the relationship between this country and the United States.”

4. The One With Ross’ Runs for President

Billionaire Ross Perot, a two-time independent presidential candidate, has died of leukemia at 89.

When he ran against George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton in 1992, he won the support of 19% of Americans across the political spectrum, a rarity for recent third-party candidates who’ve tried to break out from the two-party system, says ABC News Political Analyst Cokie Roberts.

“We have more dissatisfaction, but we don’t have an alternative,” Roberts tells us. “The truth is, it’s very, very difficult, partly because of the rules, partly because of the money, partly because the two parties have arranged a system where it’s very difficult to take them on. It’s very hard to find someone who can appeal to enough people to say, ‘I should be another party,’ and people keep trying and keep failing.”

PHOTO: Democratic candidate Bill Clinton, center speaks, while Independent candidate H. Ross Perot, left and U.S. President George Bush look on, during the first debate in St. Louis, Oct. 11, 1992.Greg Gibson/AP, FILE
Democratic candidate Bill Clinton, center speaks, while Independent candidate H. Ross Perot, left and U.S. President George Bush look on, during the first debate in St. Louis, Oct. 11, 1992.

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‘Humiliated’: American Airlines apologizes to a female doctor who was asked to cover up her outfit with a blanket.

‘Ceremonial unit participation’: The president’s “Salute to America” on July 4 cost at least $1.2 million.

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When asked how she felt about being part of a dynasty, U.S. soccer superstar Megan Rapinoe said, “I think it suits us. This team fits well into that word.”

The U.S. Women’s National Team is back home after a historic World Cup win and the celebrations have just begun — a ticker-tape parade for the ladies will be held in New York City today.

The U.S. broke its own record for the most FIFA Women’s World Cup titles, with four, and joins Germany as the only other country to win back-to-back cups.

PHOTO: Rose Lavelle celebrates with Emily Sonnett and teammates at full-time after winning the 2019 FIFA Womens World Cup France Final match between the U.S. and The Netherlands at Stade de Lyon on July 07, 2019 in Lyon, France.Richard Heathcote/Getty Images
Rose Lavelle celebrates with Emily Sonnett and teammates at full-time after winning the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Final match between the U.S. and The Netherlands at Stade de Lyon on July 07, 2019 in Lyon, France.

For midfielder Rose Lavelle, the 2-0 championship over the Netherlands was the manifestation of something she’d worked toward her whole life.

“It’s kind of something you’ve always envisioned yourself doing,” she said, “so I never like to call it a dream, because it was something I really felt would be a reality someday.”

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