• ‘He Will Listen to the Scientists': Trump Mocks Biden's Covid Plan at Packed Rally

    9 days ago - By Mediaite

    At President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Carson City, Nevada Sunday evening, he mocked his Democratic rival Joe Biden by saying that Biden would “listen to the scientists.”
    “If you vote for Biden,” said Trump, “he will surrender your jobs to China. He will surrender your future to the virus. He's going to lock down, he's going to want us to lock down.”
    “He will listen to the scientists,” Trump continued in a mocking tone. “If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression, instead of, we're like a rocket ship. Take a look...
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  • Puerto Rico, unable to vote, becomes crucial to US election

    Puerto Rico, unable to vote, becomes crucial to US election

    9 days ago - By Wood TV

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The campaigns of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are rallying people in a place where U.S. citizens cannot cast ballots but have the ear of hundreds of thousands of potential voters in the battleground state of Florida.
    The candidates are targeting Puerto Rico in a way never before seen, with the U.S. territory suddenly finding itself in the crosshairs of a high-stakes race even though Puerto Ricans on the island cannot vote in presidential elections despite being U.S. citizens since 1917.
    Campaigners know this, but they hope those on the...
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  • INSIDERS: Don't Like Ernst or Greenfield? Meet Iowa's Other Candidates for U.S. Senate

    INSIDERS: Don't Like Ernst or Greenfield? Meet Iowa's Other Candidates for U.S. Senate

    9 days ago - By Who TV

    Part 1
    The presidential election is approaching and President Donald Trump showed that Iowa is a battleground state when he chose to campaign in Des Moines last week. Thousands of people showed up to his rally. Most did not wear masks, even though Des Moines requires them and the Trump administration advises that states like Iowa should not hold gatherings of more than 25 people. Here's a look at Trump's visit to Iowa.
    Part 2
    By the time the Nov. 3 election comes and goes, the U.S. Senate race in Iowa will shatter state records for spending and likely end up in the top three nationally in...
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  • Twitter blocks tweet from Trump adviser downplaying masks

    Twitter blocks tweet from Trump adviser downplaying masks

    9 days ago - By Wood TV

    NEW YORK - Twitter blocked a post Sunday from an adviser to President Donald Trump who suggested that masks do not work to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
    Scott Atlas, who joined the White House in August as a science adviser, had tweeted “Masks work? NO,” and said widespread use of masks is not supported.
    The tweet violated a Twitter policy that prohibits sharing false or misleading misinformation about COVID-19 that could lead to harm, a company spokesperson said. The policy bans statements that have been confirmed to be false or misleading by experts such as public health...
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  • Ron Reagan Slams Trump Family as ‘A Bunch of Grifters in The White House', Says President Reagan Would Be ‘Horrified' by Trump Presidency

    Ron Reagan Slams Trump Family as ‘A Bunch of Grifters in The White House', Says President Reagan Would Be ‘Horrified' by Trump Presidency

    9 days ago - By Mediaite

    Photo by Central Press/Getty Images.
    Ron Reagan , the son of President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan , delivered a blistering condemnation of President Donald Trump , slamming the Trump family as “grifters in the White House,” personally benefiting from jobs for which they lacked qualifications, and saying that his father would have been “horrified” by the Trump presidency.
    Reagan made the comments on CNN Newsroom Sunday afternoon to host Ana Cabrera. Cabrera began the segment mentioning CNN's new First Ladies series, and asked about Nancy Reagan's support of her husband's...
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