With less than 50 days left before the U.S. presidential election, President Trump and his challenger Joe Biden are ramping up their attacks on one another. Biden took part in a CNN town hall event Thursday night and he slammed Trump for not doing enough to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. To discuss:Meanwhile, President Trump says the U.S. is getting closer to having a COVID-19 vaccine. He is pushing a law and order message and claims a Biden presidency would be a disaster for America.
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A former aide to Vice President Pence who worked on the White House coronavirus task force has endorsed Joe Biden for president, saying President Trump's biggest concern about the coronavirus had been how it would affect his re-election. https://t.co/xTqpz5b8AM
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Users in the U.S. will not be able to download TikTok and WeChat from app stores when the Trump administration's ban on the Chinese apps goes into effect on Sunday. And WeChat users in the U.S. won't be able to send payments.
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A federal judge just said USPS delays were an "intentional effort" to undermine fair elections https://t.co/JL6ikFe3se
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