Hillary Clinton speaks in Little Rock, Arkansas. Photo: Kelly P. Kissel / AP.

Democrats might reduce the influence of so-called superdelegates in the next presidential election, the AP reports, citing a draft proposal. Superdelegates are party leaders who get a say in picking the presidential nominee separate from primary and caucus results.

Why it matters: Bernie Sanders supporters criticized the superdelegate process in 2016 for unfairly aiding Hillary Clinton, though the proposed changes wouldn't have made a difference in that election.

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Exclusive: UAE wants Israel normalization finalized "as soon as possible," minister says

Anwar Gargash. Photo: Shraf Shazly/AFP via Getty Images

The UAE's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Anwar Gargash, told me in an exclusive interview that his country wants to implement its normalization deal with Israel “as soon as possible."

What he's saying: Gargash said he was confident that the U.S.-brokered deal moved Israeli annexation of the West Bank off the table for a “long time.” He also said Israeli tourists would soon be able to travel to the UAE.

Trump refuses to answer question on whether he supports QAnon conspiracy theory

President Trump on Friday refused to answer a direct question on whether or not he supports the QAnon conspiracy theory during a press briefing.

Why it matters: Trump congratulated Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, who vocally supports the conspiracy theory, on her victory in a House primary runoff earlier this week — illustrating how the once-fringe conspiracy theory has gained ground within his party.

Postal workers' union endorses Biden

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The National Association of Letter Carriers, the union representing roughly 300,000 current and former postal workers, on Friday endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, calling him "a fierce ally and defender of the U.S. Postal Service," reports NBC News.

Why it matters: The endorsement comes as President Trump has vowed to block additional funding for the USPS in the next coronavirus stimulus package, linking it to his continued baseless claims that increased mail-in voting will lead to widespread voter fraud.