Happy Monday! With the switch to Daylight Saving Time, we had a one hour less on Sunday to work on this newsletter, so no fun header today, sorry. Let’s jump right in.
Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories
After a little more than a year on the job, Mick Mulvaney is out as President Trump’s acting chief of staff. President Trump announced Friday that Mulvaney would be replaced by Rep. Mark Meadows, a retiring member of the House Freedom Caucus and staunch presidential ally, while Mulvaney will serve as special envoy to Northern Ireland.
Another batch of Democratic primaries will take place tomorrow in six states, in what has quickly become a two-man race between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. Each candidate notched notable endorsements over the weekend: Rev. Jesse Jackson for Sanders, Sen. Kamala Harris for Biden. Still notably unaffiliated: Elizabeth Warren, who dropped out after Super Tuesday.
The U.S. economy added a robust 273,000 jobs in February, with the unemployment rate holding steady at a slim 3.5 percent.