The jury deliberated in Hunter Biden's trial and Apple's AI update: the morning rundown.

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Biden's campaign is betting that Donald Trump's unfiltered rhetoric will win over his supporters in the upcoming debate. Apple has launched an AI transformation for the iPhone. And a Missouri death row inmate set to be executed today says he feels his legal team is not “representing” him.

Here's what to know today.

Biden campaign zeroes in on debate strategy: 'Let Trump be Trump'

Debate between then-President Donald Trump and then-Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on October 22, 2020. Jim Borg/Pool via Getty Images

When President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump take the debate stage at the end of the month, the Biden campaign has one prevailing strategy in mind: “Let Trump be Trump.”

In recent months, Trump's criminal trial has taken the spotlight, and Biden has struggled in most battleground elections. But come June 27, Team Biden is betting that the unfiltered former president will reveal extreme leanings and be a less stable candidate than he was four years ago.

Democrats are looking to the first debate between the two candidates in 2020 to see how Biden can benefit from Trump's actions. Like when Trump went after Biden's son Hunter (which Biden flipped to his advantage), or instead of condemning white supremacist groups, Trump told one to “stand back and stand up.” Be done.”

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A campaign official said Biden will likely make Trump obsessed with vengeance and revenge and remind Americans of political violence on Jan. 6, 2021. Trump's team has cast Biden as an incompetent politician whose leadership embroiled America in two foreign wars.

While Biden is trying to hang on to the presidency, Democrats say that in the end, it is Trump who has the most to lose.

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The Hunter Biden firearms case is now in the hands of a jury.

Jury deliberations in Hunter Biden's federal criminal trial will resume today after the defense rested its case, prosecutors called one witness and both sides. He gave his closing arguments. In a firearms case

As of yesterday, the question of whether or not Hunter Biden would testify in his own defense was still up for debate, but his attorney, Abbey Lowell, rested the defense case without calling Biden to the stand. Prosecutors then called back their first witness, FBI Special Agent Erika Jensen, to discuss new evidence: messages between Hunter Biden and Hailey Biden, his former sister-in-law and romantic partner. Prosecutors claim Naomi Biden's testimony last week was inconsistent with new data from Hunter Biden's phone.

In closing arguments, Assistant Special Counsel Leo Wise reiterated the prosecution's claim that Hunter Biden knew he was a drug addict and bought the gun anyway by lying on a federal form for a background check. Lovell responded with a reminder to the jury that they could not convict Biden based on the allegations and presumptions that were the basis of the government's case. Read more takeaways From 6 days of trial.

A death row inmate will be executed in Missouri.

Missourian to Abolish Death Penalty by AP

Missouri is set to carry out its second execution of the year today after Gov. Mike Parsons rejected a request for clemency for David Hozier, who was convicted in the 2009 deaths of a married couple. Hozier has long maintained his innocence as prosecutors painted him as a scorned ex-lover out for revenge. And in what could be his final days, Hoosier criticized his lawyers, saying in a recent interview, “I don't think they're representing me.”

Hozier took issue with his plea, which he wanted to focus on the lack of DNA evidence at the crime scene. Instead, his lawyers cited childhood trauma, such as the death of his father when he was a teenager. Read more about the case.

Key takeaways from Apple's big AI announcement


Artificial intelligence — or as Apple is calling it “Apple Intelligence” — is coming to iPhones, iPads and Macs later this summer, the company announced yesterday at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The move is similar to companies like Google, Microsoft and Meta, which have recently integrated AI into their products with mixed results. Apple, however, may succeed in making AI a part of everyday life.

One big advantage Apple has over its competitors is the amount of information the iPhone has about its users, from who's in your photos to who you're texting and emailing. So a simple question like, “When is my mom's flight landing?” One will get a personalized response that other powerful chatbots will not be able to deliver. The idea is that using AI on the iPhone will feel normal — so normal that sometimes you won't even know it's there.

NBC News tech reporter David Ingram Shares more takeaways. From Apple's big plans for a top-to-bottom overhaul of the iPhone.

California socialite sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing 2 children in crosswalk

Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images File

A wealthy California philanthropist was sentenced yesterday to 15 years in prison for the hit-and-run murders of two children in a crosswalk more than three years ago. Rebecca Grossman was speeding when she struck and killed Mark Alexander, 11, and his brother Jacob, 8, as they crossed a crosswalk in Westlake Village, Los Angeles, on September 29, 2020. were on

“The loss of these two innocent lives has devastated their families and our community. Ms. Grossman's blatant disregard for human life is a stark reminder of the serious consequences of irresponsible behavior behind the wheel,” Los Angeles said. County District Attorney George Gascon said in a statement. Grossman was Speeding behind a car driven by her then-boyfriend, former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Scott Erickson., when he fatally shot the boys, prosecutors have said. Erickson was not charged.

Politics in a Nutshell

Today's Primary: The strength of Trump's influence will be tested in Senate, House and gubernatorial primaries in Maine, Nevada, North Dakota and South Carolina. Here are the biggest races to watch.

Trump in DC: Donald Trump Republicans will meet with a group of senators. This week, four sources with knowledge of the meeting said.

Immigration: It's the Biden administration. Consider a conservation plan Deport undocumented immigrants who are spouses of U.S. citizens and give them access to work permits, two sources said.

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Staff Selection: BNPL-ification of everything

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“Buy now, pay later” services are already slowing down since their popularity surged during the pandemic. But Retailers and credit card issuers are just getting started. Adding these installment loan features to your existing tools. As Business and Economy reporter JJ McCorvey writes, the emphasis is narrowing the socioeconomic divide amid an era of inflation, in which people from different backgrounds are adopting these programs for different reasons — a high From the income Amex user to paying for airline tickets in chunks, cash-strapped parents are splitting their Instacart grocery bill. – Rich Bellis, Senior Business Editor

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