“Election” in the news
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The New York Times
· The Many Varieties of Donald Trump →
The fringe seized control, starting with the vice-presidential nomination of the Alaska governor Sarah Palin in 2008 and moving to the Tea Party victories in the 2010 midterm elections.
The New York Times
· Why the Mueller Investigation Failed →
Thanks to Robert S. Mueller’s Russia investigation, we know that the Kremlin used underhanded tactics to help Donald Trump win the 2016 election, that the Trump campaign tacitly welcomed those efforts and that Trump ultimately attempted to end the Mueller inquiry itself.
· Biden asks reporter if he's a 'junkie' in testy exchange over cognitive decline →
Mr Trump, 74, has challenged Mr Biden, 77, to take the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, used to test dementia, as the question of cognitive decline has become a focus for both candidates in the 2020 election.
· Trump’s envoy close to Brazil’s leader -- some say too close →
And he has pressed for Brazil to lift tariffs on ethanol, on at least one occasion mentioning it could influence Iowa’s vote in the U.S. presidential election, according to a person who spoke with Chapman and told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
· Biden, Trump scramble to replan nomination speeches →
The US election plunged deeper into unprecedented territory Wednesday when challenger Joe Biden announced he would accept his nomination virtually and President Donald Trump suggested breaking tradition by holding his own ceremony at the White House.
· A Deep Dive Into Consumer Indices →
From there on, a lot will depend on consumer spending - and let's not forget about the possibility of a U.S.-China trade war, the November elections, and, of course, COVID-19 containment.
· Biden rules out in-person appearance at Democratic convention →
Joe Biden will not attend the Democratic convention to accept the party's nomination to be its presidential election candidate after the event was further scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Wednesday.
· Trump still thinks schools should reopen because Covid-19 “will go away.” Really. →
Trump doesn’t seem to have many qualms about letting the pandemic rage on in hopes of boosting the economy ahead of November’s election, so perhaps it’s not surprising that he views school closures, mask mandates, and other measures taken by state and local officials in response to the pandemic as nothing more than conspiracies to damage him politically.
· Val Demings: Remember Senate Republicans who dismissed Trump’s wrongdoing — and show them the door →
The overwhelming evidence in Trump's impeachment — which showed that he abused his power, threatened our national security interests to cheat in the 2020 election and then attempted to cover it up ― was the kind of evidence any police detective would love in a case.
· Warrant Relative Value Updates: Opportunities After Selloff →
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