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7 taken to hospitals after Trump Omaha airport rally, police say

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — At least seven people were taken to hospitals after an Omaha airport rally for President Donald Trump that drew thousands, many of whom were left stranded miles from their parked cars in freezing weather. Omaha police said in a written statement that first responders dealt with 30 people for medical reasons…

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Trump Counts On Rural Voters In Arizona To Help Him Win The State

Trump Counts On Rural Voters In Arizona To Help Him Win The State President Trump again skipped Phoenix during his latest campaign swing through Arizona, as the campaign returns to its 2016 playbook — hoping rural voters will decide the close election. October 29, 20205:10 AM ET Trump Counts On Rural Voters In Arizona To…

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Trump and Biden campaigns, Tropical Storm Zeta, California wildfires: 5 things to know Thursday

Editors, USA TODAY Published 4:28 a.m. ET Oct. 29, 2020 | Updated 5:35 a.m. ET Oct. 29, 2020CLOSEAll eyes on battleground states as Trump and Biden eye final stretch President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden are both showing up in Florida on Thursday during a busy campaign schedule, just five days away from Election Day. Trump…

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Rep. Porter: Trump is ‘being ridiculous’ to say votes can’t be counted after Election Day

Rep. Katie Porter, who wasn’t declared the winner in her race for nine days after the 2018 election, joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the importance of giving states time to count all mail-in ballots: “We don’t want anybody who casts a valid ballot to lose that vote simply because the United States Postal Service doesn’t…

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Trump keeps breakneck rally schedule as U.S. nears 9,000,000 Covid cases

Trump’s closing argument on the coronavirus pandemic seems to be act like it’s not a significant issue as cases, hospitalizations, and deaths spike across most of the nation.Oct. 29, 2020

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Trump fights for battleground Arizona

President TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani goes off on Fox Business host after she compares him to Christopher Steele Trump looks to shore up support in Nebraska NYT: Trump had 7 million in debt mostly tied to Chicago project forgiven MORE rallied large crowds of supporters in Arizona on Wednesday, six days before Election Day, seeking to…

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Man arrested at Trump rally with South Dakota’s Noem

Police in Maine have arrested a man who they said displayed a knife and a wooden baton at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump where South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem was appearingByThe Associated PressOctober 28, 2020, 9:14 PM• 2 min readBANGOR, Maine — Police in Maine on Wednesday arrested a man who displayed a…

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Trump Campaign Suffers North Carolina Setback as Supreme Court Rejects Mall-In Ballot Case

The Supreme Court declined to hear a case which sought to shorten the window of time that North Carolina voters had for submitting mail-in ballots from nine days to three days.The court’s decision represents a loss for the re-election campaign of Republican President Donald Trump which has largely opposed mail-in ballots over unsupported fears of…

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Trump Trails Biden in North Carolina, a State Republicans Haven’t Won a Presidential Election Without Since 1956: Poll

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a slim lead over President Donald Trump in North Carolina, a state that Republicans have won in every presidential victory for more than 60 years, according to a new poll.In a Gravis Marketing poll released Wednesday, Biden was favored by 49 percent of North Carolina voters, 3 points ahead…

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Donald Trump Wants ‘Anonymous’ Author Miles Taylor to Be Prosecuted

During his second Wednesday rally in the battleground state of Arizona, President Donald Trump told a rally crowd in Phoenix that Miles Taylor, the former Department of Homeland Security Chief of Staff who revealed himself Wednesday as anti-Trump writer Anonymous, should be prosecuted.Taylor penned a 2018 op-ed in the New York Times under the Anonymous…