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Here’s the list of white supremacist and extremist Trump donors the president’s campaign refuses to denounce

Ivanka Trump is being dispatched by the Trump campaign as much as possible to speak to white, suburban female voters, a demographic that has been fleeing the president’s coalition.

"A policy of keeping out refugees in order to feed the fear and hatred of the president’s supporters disgraces the country," George Packer writes:

Here's how Trump and the GOP moved $8.1 million of donor money into the president’s business: by @DanAlexander21 

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Trump says he's the "least racist person in the room." Biden says he's "one of the most racist presidents."

As a Main Street bank, we understand that each of our communities is unique. Our presidents'>Regional Presidents and the PNC Foundation collaborated to maximize the impact of our $30 million commitment to support coronavirus relief efforts for our neighbors in need.

The image of the President’s daughter and adviser appears to have been taken from a selfie she tweeted in July, in which she held and gestured toward a can of Goya black beans. via @nypmetro 

Yes, stocks are up during the Trump years — by about 43 percent over the past 45 months. But how does that compare to other presidents? David Von Drehle tells us:

“Of course we were disappointed in the vice president’s comments,” the president of the American Petroleum Institute said. “You can’t just snap your fingers and get to a place where you are suddenly no longer using natural gas.’’


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Weird that Dr. Fauci has worked under 6 presidents and has never needed a security detail before

Court packing: Since 1969, Democraticpresidents have appointed 4 Supreme Court justices, Republicans have appointed 15 (4 of them by presidents who lost the popular vote). McConnell refused even to hold hearing on Obama's nominee.

I have covered 7 Presidents. I have never seen a POTUS use the Rose Garden or any White House platform to launch a political attack against his opponent for reelection, a campaign rally barely disguised as a faux news conference. All during a pandemic and a recession

I’ve covered Democratic and Republican presidents. There were norms, even when they were pushed and stretched. What we are witnessing today is unlike anything we have seen before. And the press should frame it accordingly.

In America, our Presidents have generally avoided strongman balcony scenes — that’s for other countries with authoritarian systems.

Where is Congress? Where is the Supreme Court? Where are the mayors and governors? Living former presidents? Where are the university presidents, foundation heads, religious leaders, corporate leaders, union heads, editors and publishers? All must stand up to Trump’s madness.

Trump soiled the WH Rose Garden with that performance. Presidents do not use the Rose Garden in that kind of naked political fashion. That was not a press conference, as the WH described it. It was a campaign rally disguised as a press conference. It was a bait and switch.

After listening to the President’s lawyers opening arguments, I have three observations: They don’t contest the facts of Trump’s scheme. They’re trying to deflect, distract from, and distort the truth. And they are continuing to cover it up by blocking documents and witnesses.

Tonight the ex-Presidents are getting together in Texas to support all our fellow Americans rebuilding from this year’s hurricanes. Join us.