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Yahoo! BooksJul 08, 2020
Trump has 91% chance of winning second term, professor's model predicts
President Donald Trump has a 91 per cent chance of winning the November 2020 election, according to a political science professor who has correctly predicted five out of six elections since 1996."The Primary Model gives Trump a 91 percent chance of winning in November," Stony Brook professor Helmut Norpoth told Mediaite on Tuesday.


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All in the Family Dynamics: Donald Trump's Niece on the President's Clan (NYTimes Arts)

Yahoo! BooksJul 08, 2020
GOP Senators Preparing $1.3 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package to Counter House Dems' Proposal
Republican senators are piecing together an additional coronavirus aid package to counter House Democrats' phase-4 aid proposal.The GOP bill in its current form will provide an additional $1.3 trillion in economic aid to U.S. taxpayers and businesses, CNN reported on Wednesday evening. House Democrats have already proposed their own $3 trillion aid package, however Senate Republicans have pushed back on the high price tag."It won't be $3 trillion. That bill is not going anywhere," Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) said on Wednesday. The GOP proposal will likely include aid to schools, hospitals, and businesses, along with liability protections for companies.The Republican caucus has urged caution when passing additional aid packages, preferring to study the effects of previous legislation to make sure the aid is effective in keeping the U.S. economy afloat. McConnell said that talks with Democrats on a new round of aid would be more difficult "because of the proximity to the election.""It is unclear to me right now how we will resolve several contentious issues," Senator Chris Coons (D., Conn.) told CNN, echoing McConnell. "It's going to be a rough road. There are a lot of competing interests. A lot."House Democrats may also piece together an infrastructure spending bill to offset some of the economic effects of the pandemic. The idea for an infrastructure bill has received support from Republicans including President Trump, as well as

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A bizarre White House dinner with Donald Trump and more cringeworthy moments from Mary Trump's book (USA Today: Books)

Yahoo! BooksJul 08, 2020
Trump admin plans to block asylum seekers from U.S. by citing risk of COVID-19
Citing "potential international threats" from pandemics, the Trump admin announced plans to make public health risk a reason to deny asylum to migrants.


Yahoo! ArtsJul 08, 2020
Little Rock passes Arkansas' first hate crime law
On Tuesday, the Lincoln Project, a conservative political action committee formed in late 2019, released an ad titled "Whispers," which suggests those in President Trump's inner circle are secretly mocking him. This is the latest in a series of attack ads produced and distributed by the committee, whose members include George Conway, Steve Schmidt and other prominent Republicans who oppose Trump. Yahoo News has assembled a compilation of some of the Lincoln Project's most controversial advertisements.


Yahoo! BooksJul 08, 2020
Fox News Host Grills Betsy DeVos on ‘Reckless' Plan to Reopen Schools
President Donald Trump threatened to "cut off funding" to schools that don't reopen amidst the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday. And his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is right there with him. On Fox News Wednesday afternoon, host Neil Cavuto repeatedly pressed DeVos on the administration's official "schools must open" policy. But she didn't budge, dismissing the risks to not only school children but especially to teachers and their families. "There's nothing in the data that suggests that it would not be appropriate to have kids in school," DeVos claimed. "And while there may be spikes in certain areas and certain communities, those are exceptions to the rule. The rule should be that kids need to be back in school. It's important for their health across the board."DeVos told Cavuto that the administration was "strongly urging" governors to reopen schools in the fall, the host explained to her that "you're doing more than that." "The president is threatening aid to those that don't. What do you think of that?" Cavuto asked. When DeVos said that schools that don't reopen are breaking a "promise" to families in their communities, the host interrupted her to say, "But there are extenuating circumstances, right?" Smiling, he added, "There was this little thing called the coronavirus." An increasingly flustered DeVos kept pushing for schools to reopen regardless, ignoring the health implications. In the communities that have seen spiking cases, Cavuto asked her, "Would it be reckless of a governor or even

New York Times BooksJul 08, 2020
7 Takeaways From Mary Trump's Book About Her Uncle Donald
Growing up Trump wasn't easy. There were feuds, grudges and spanking with a wooden spoon. Now, there's the burden of the name.

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'It's not about the First Amendment': Trump family lawyer argues to block Mary Trump's book (USA Today: Books)

Yahoo! BooksJul 08, 2020
Trump threatens to withhold funding to schools if they don't reopen this fall
Donald Trump's push to reopen schools comes amid a nationwide debate over whether it's safe for children to return to the classroom amid coronavirus.


Yahoo! TVJul 01, 2020
Mark Cuban calls out Hannity in fiery interview: 'You gave Donald Trump the ultimate softball questions'
Mark Cuban was on "Hannity," Tuesday, where he spent the majority of the interview arguing with Sean Hannity about Donald Trump's success as president.

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