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Attack ad on President Trump

Attack on President Trump and his response to the coronavirus

The commercial opens up with the words, “crisis comes to every presidency. We don’t blame them for that. What matters is how they handle it.” An attack ad on President Trump and his response to the coronavirus by, “Unite The Country,” goes on to say. “Donald Trump didn’t create the …

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The Republicans’ stimulus bill rejected

Washington, DC. – On Sunday the Republicans’ coronavirus stimulus bill was rejected from moving forward. The bill fell short of obtaining the bi-partisan support it needed. MSNBC reported the Democrats were unhappy with how the Republicans’ bill did more for corporations than for individual tax-payers. House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, is …

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Tulsi Gabbard finally suspends her presidential campaign

As of Tuesday, the 2020 presidential race has come a two-candidate race. Tulsi Gabbard took to the internet announcing her campaign suspension and the endorsement of Joe Biden.

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Republican Georgia and North Carolina US senators sold off their stocks after attending a closed-door meeting about the coronavirus

Before the public was ever made aware of how damaging the coronavirus could become to the United States economy. US senators, Richar Burr, and Kelly Loeffler attended a January 24th briefing about the possible harm it could cause. It is being reported by Slate.com that senators from both parties were …

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The Defense Production Act: A qualified family of four could receive as much as $3k

Washington, D.C. – President Trump has announced the enactment of the “Defense Production Act.” This new stimulus plan by the Trump Administration will provide qualified families $1k per adult and $500 per child; there is no word on the limit per household. The plan to distribute the funds will be …

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Joe Biden secures his lead for the Democratic nomination

Joe Biden moves forward after securing the lead in Super Tuesday’s primaries in Florida, Arizona, and Illinois. Despite the coronavirus scare, voters braved potentially having any contact with others. As Sanders evaluates his campaign’s options, Biden prepares to move forward to take President Trump head-on in the general election. Biden …

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Washington Post: White House expresses support for making immediate cash payments to Americans as part of coronavirus stimulus package

Washington, D.C. – The Trump Administration has heard the concerns of the American people who questioned if they would receive monetary assistance just as Wall Street has. President Trump held a press conference on Tuesday acknowledging the needs of the American people, and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, has expressed that …

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A faceoff in solidarity… for a moment

Washington, D.C. – Sunday night’s debate was like no other, the two remaining candidates were featured in a quarantined CNN studio without a studio audience. Both candidates, former VP Joe Biden, and Senator Bernie Sanders, appeared to be pleasant and respectful towards each other than ever before without an instigating …

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Trump Administration injects $1.5 Trillion for the corporations on Wall Street, but rejects aid for the people on Wall Street

Washington, D.C. – In an effort to calm the tumbling market after two straight days and a third this week from the worst opening since 1987. The Federal Reserve announced Thursday that it will use $1,500,000,000,000 ($1.5 TRILLION) to inject into Wall Street to combat potential freezes during the coronavirus …

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Forbes: Joe Biden Avoids Race-Conscious Policies But Wins The African American Vote Anyway

Forbes contributor, Evan Gerstmann, has released an article questioning the actions of the presidential candidate, Joe Biden. Gerstmann says that Biden easily won the vote of the majority of African-Americans in the southern-based states during Super Tuesday without even having an agenda to help improve their lifestyles. Biden won 72% …

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