US Election 2020

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US President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump on coronavirus in his election rally

You know why we have cases? It’s because we test so much. In a lot of ways it’s good, and in a lot of ways it’s foolish.

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on coronavirus in USA

We are not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigation areas.

50 cent

50 Cent on support for Trump after Joe Biden's tax plan is announced

The 45-year-old hip-hop mogul took to Instagram to offer his support for Donald Trump. This came after Vice President revealed his proposed tax plan that did not sit too well with the rapper. 

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This Madame Tussauds museum dumped US President Donald Trump before the election

The waxwork museum Madame Tussauds in Berlin loaded its effigy of TV star-turned Republican presidential candidate into a dumpster on Friday, a move apparently intended to reflect its expectations…

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Rapper Lil Wayne meets Donald Trump, posts picture of the 'great meeting'

On Thursday, the 38-year-old rapper tweeted a photo of himself standing next to the US president. 

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Trump's hard-line immigration policies go before voters

Immigration has not been a central theme of the race between Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, but the future of some of the president’s hard-line policies at the…

via The New York Times
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US election 2020: Why are the polls crucial for NASA's moonshot, Boeing, Bezos and Musk

Earlier, NASA had selected Bezos's Blue Origin and Musk's SpaceX to develop human landers for Artemis moon missions

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Trump, Biden square off in key Midwestern states

Even with the United States reaching another daily record in new Covid-19 infections on Thursday, President Trump stuck to his strategy of downplaying its dangerousness and calling for businesses…

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Twitter bots poised to spread disinformation before US election

In some cases, bots exhibit suspicious behavior. They might “follow” an unusually large number of other accounts — a number nearly as large as the number of accounts following them — or their…

via The New York Times
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White House backtracks on listing 'ending coronavirus' as Donald Trump's achievement

The said press release was published on Tuesday and also had a 62-pages long report which had technological and scientific accomplishments that the US has achieved under the presidency of Donald…

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Kamala Harris attacked far more through online misinformation than Pence: Report

The fake news regarding the Indian American includes that she is ineligible to run for the election or she was lying about Black and Indian background

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Morning news brief: Updates on France terror attack, US election 2020, and more

Begin your day with WION's freshly brewed news brief.

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Two prominent Indian-Americans are among Joe Biden's core advisors

Biden is said to have been leaning on veteran advisors with high-level governmental experience rather than outsiders and ideological rivals to help guide him on subjects including the coronavirus…

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Instagram to remove 'Recent' tab to stop spread of US election related misinformation

This change will be applicable only for the US users of the photo-video sharing app

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Trump and Biden are a stark contrast in battleground Florida

With its 29 electoral votes, the state is a major prize in Tuesday's election. Trump's victory in Florida in 2016 was vital to his surprise election win.

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Facebook quarterly profit jumps despite ad boycott; Twitter shares drop

Facebook has been under especially strong pressure ahead of next week's US presidential election and is aiming to avoid a repeat of 2016, when Russia used its platforms to spread election-related…

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Supreme Court allows longer deadlines for absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and North Carolina

The Pennsylvania order appeared to be unanimous, while the North Carolina one was issued over three noted dissents

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‘Perception hacks’ and other potential threats to the election

Perception hacks are just one of a range of issues occupying election officials and cybersecurity experts in the final days of voting, and their concerns will not end on Election Day

via The New York Times
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