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Reuters PoliticsApr 09, 2020
Democrats tread carefully in attacking Trump on coronavirus
For weeks, President Donald Trump has dominated television coverage with daily White House briefings on the coronavirus pandemic, declaring himself a "wartime president" and touting his administration's response.

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CNN PoliticsApr 09, 2020
CNN poll: Biden leads Trump in national head-to-head matchup
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a wide lead over President Donald Trump in the national race for the White House, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.

PoliticoApr 09, 2020
Who's winning the delegate race to be the Democratic presidential nominee?
How close each candidate is to becoming the nominee who will go on to face Donald Trump.

The Daily BeastApr 09, 2020
Now Bernie Sanders Has to Help Get Joe Biden Elected—Not Sabotage Him
Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photo by Mark Wilson/GettyAll that matters now is: Will Bernie Sanders campaign his blankety-blank off for Joe Biden? In 2016, he ended up a good soldier for the last month or so, but a lot of damage had been done by then. But let's not rehash all that.

Let's just look at Sanders' statement that he read from Burlington on Wednesday. It was a gracious and eloquent statement, I remember thinking as I was watching. But as I read back over it, I notice a couple things I missed in real time.

First of all, he didn't say the word "endorse." You know, as in a sentence like, "I officially endorse Joe Biden and pledge right now to do all I can to see that he defeats Donald Trump." Instead, he said: "Today I congratulate Joe Biden, a very decent man who I will work with to move our progressive ideas forward."

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The Daily BeastApr 09, 2020
Fox's Kilmeade: 60,000 Coronavirus Deaths Shows ‘How Good We Are Doing'
Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade called for the American economy to quickly reopen amid downward revisions of some models projecting the coronavirus death count, saying Thursday that a now-expected 60,000 victims shows just "how good we are doing."

With one influential and highly respected modeler moving its projections down over the past few days, Fox News hosts have been clamoring for President Donald Trump to quickly reverse social-distancing restrictions in order to jumpstart the economy, claiming public health experts exaggerated the impact of the virus.

Noting that Trump had originally expressed hope that the country could get going again at Easter, Kilmeade said that one model shows that the peak of the coronavirus infections will now come around that time. He then seemed to downplay the possibility of tens of thousands of more deaths.

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Reuters PoliticsApr 08, 2020
Sanders quits U.S. presidential race, setting up Biden battle with Trump
Bernie Sanders, a democratic socialist whose progressive agenda pushed the Democratic Party sharply to the left, ended his White House campaign on Wednesday, clearing the way for a Nov. 3 election battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and Republican President Donald Trump.

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CNN PoliticsApr 08, 2020
Here's why there's a battle brewing over expanding voting by mail
The coronavirus pandemic has ignited a new fight over voting access, with some states looking to expand vote-by-mail options and President Donald Trump digging in against those efforts.
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