Fauci Covid-19

Dr. Fauci says of Covid-19, "there's good enough data to say that aerosol transmission does occur"

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Covering for the Bidens: @MayorRGiuliani  says the FBI had information on Hunter Biden for months, did nothing, & were willing to sit on it right through the Electio #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

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Trump supporters will swim the river at flood stage to vote on Election Day, @GovMikeHuckabee  tells @trish_regan 

Trump's pants were on fire at the final debate. We fact checked his claims that Obama was on a path to nuclear war, that Biden will tear down buildings to 'make bigger windows into smaller window,' and that wind energy 'kills all the birds'

An examination of President Trump’s statements at a recent campaign rally by The New York Times found that more than three-quarters of his assertions were either false, misleading, exaggerated, disputed or lacked evidence. Less than a quarter were true.

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"Today, Monday October 26, 2020, will go down as one of the darkest days in the 231-year history of the United States Senate," Senate Minority Leader Schumer says, ahead of expected vote to confirm judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

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