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Trump explaining away why he downplayed the coronavirus lashes out at @jonkarl : "There was no lie here ... and the way you asked that question was very disgraceful." He then continues to try to explain why he told Americans the virus was like the flu when he knew it was not.

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Perspective: Trump is either a tax fraud or the world’s worst businessman

JUST IN: A lawyer for Peter STRZOK says some of the agent's notes recently made ublic by the FLYNN defense team "appear to have been altered," including with at least one handwritten notation that is incorrect >>>

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Coronavirus deaths. 10th February: 1,000 19th March: 10,000 9th April: 100,000 24th April: 200,000 12th May: 300,000 4th June: 400,000 25th June: 500,000 16th July: 600,000 3rd August: 700,000 20th August: 800,000 8th September: 900,000 27th September: 1,000,000

Worth watching the video. Never mind who the suspect is: watch the police. A man, reportedly armed, is patiently talked with until he can be arrested. Nobody is shot. Trained police can do this. Now think of all the videos that have come out differently.

It took more than half a century for federal courts to seriously evaluate the First Amendment issues in the anti-rioting act… and only after the act was applied to white supremacists (and not the Black activists that Strom Thurmond wanted to target).

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#meadowood across the valley from St Helena. I just left there...they couldn’t save it. :(. #glassfire 

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“The American people deserve to have a full accounting of the financial interests, including the indebtedness, of the president,” Sen. Harris tells @Lawrence , discussing Pres. Trump’s taxes. “Who does he owe the money to?” Full interview tonight on @TheLastWord  at 10 p.m. ET.

"It could not be easier" US Admiral Brett Giroir takes a new Covid-19 test, called a major milestone by the World Health Organization head, giving results ‘in minutes’

The question for Joe Biden at Tuesday’s presidential debate is as much psychological as political: What’s the best way to confront an opponent who doesn’t play by the rules?

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