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NY Post National NewsOct 23, 2020
TV ratings for the last presidential debate down 21 percent from Ohio
Americans tuned out Thursday's final presidential debate between Joe Biden and President Trump in Nashville, Tenn. — perhaps fearing a repeat of the shambolic shouting match between the two septuagenarians last month. Early ratings figures from the big four networks — ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox — averaged 21.4 million viewers during the 90-minute-plus slugfest,... News - Top StoriesOct 23, 2020
Election 2020 live updates: After a more civil final debate, Trump and Pence head to battleground states, Biden to talk COVID
The final presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was more civil Thursday. Now the two camps hit the campaign trail in final 11 days.       

New York Times - Front PageOct 23, 2020
Trump Announces Sudan Will Move to Normalize Relations With Israel
But the deal appears to fall short of full diplomatic ties, as there was no mention of opening embassies in the others' capitals, as Israel is planning to do with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Trump says Sudan will normalize relations with Israel, days after he moved to lift terrorism designation ( News - Top Stories)
Sudan agrees to normalize ties with Israel and end decades of hostility - The Washington Post (Top Stories - Google News)

CNN Most RecentOct 23, 2020
Joe Biden maintains big cash advantage in campaign's waning days
Former Vice President Joe Biden and aligned Democratic committees maintained a substantial cash advantage of more than $107 million over President Donald Trump and his political operation in the final weeks of the campaign, according to a new round of filings that capture last-minute fundraising and spending.

Yahoo NewsOct 23, 2020
Sacha Baron Cohen says 'it was pretty clear to us' what Giuliani was doing in Borat scene: 'It is what it is'
Sacha Baron Cohen is pushing back as Rudy Giuliani claims his scene in the new Borat is a "complete fabrication."The comedian spoke to Good Morning America on Friday about a climactic sequence in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, in which Giuliani speaks to an actress, Maria Bakalova, posing as a journalist. After the interview, which takes place in a hotel room, the personal attorney to President Trump is seen lying on a bed and putting his hand into his pants. Giuliani says he was only tucking in his shirt after recording equipment used for the interview was removed."If the president's lawyer found what he did there appropriate behavior, then heaven knows what he's done with other female journalists in hotel rooms," Baron Cohen told GMA. "Listen, I just urge everyone to watch the movie. It is what it is. He did what he did, and make your own mind up. It was pretty clear to us."Baron Cohen also told GMA he was "quite concerned" for Bakalova while secretly monitoring the Giuliani scene.Giuliani, who in the scene can also be heard appearing to tell Bakalova she "can give me your phone number and your address," had earlier this week said that "at no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate." He added that "if Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar."Details of Giuliani's Borat scene, which occurs near the end of the mockumentary, were revealed on Wednesday as reviews for the film were publi

Top Stories - Google NewsOct 23, 2020
Young Latino voters in Pennsylvania, Florida could tilt race for Trump, Biden - NBC News
Young Latino voters in Pennsylvania, Florida could tilt race for Trump, Biden  NBC NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

CNN Most RecentOct 23, 2020
World reduced to 'friends,' 'thugs' and 'filthy' countries in Trump-Biden foreign policy debate
Thursday's debate had little genuine substance when it came to current foreign policy challenges, with both leaders choosing to use other countries as attack lines more than anything else.

Analysis: World reduced to 'friends,' 'thugs' and 'filthy' countries in Trump-Biden foreign policy debate (CNN Top Stories)

Fox NewsOct 23, 2020
Biden slams Trump ally Rudy Giuliani as ‘Russian pawn' in 2nd debate
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden fended off questions over his son Hunter's business dealings in Russia and said President Trump's associate, Rudy Giuliani, is a "Russian pawn" engaged in a disinformation campaign.

New York Times - Front PageOct 23, 2020
A Debate Pledge to ‘Transition' From Oil Puts Climate at Center of Campaign Finale
Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s debate statement that he would "transition" the country away from oil gave President Trump an opening and thrust climate change center stage.

Yahoo NewsOct 23, 2020
The early vote in Texas and Florida is already greater than Trump's 2016 totals in those states
Texas and Florida's early voters have already surpassed a meaningful record, and several other states are close behind.As of Friday, Florida had already counted more early votes — 4,771,956 — than votes for President Trump in the 2016 election — 4,617,886. Texas passed that same threshold earlier this week with more than 5 million votes cast so far in 2020 to 4.69 million cast for Trump in 2016. It all points to a record turnout for the 2020 election — and potentially good news for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.In Florida, a poll from St. Pete Polls and Florida Politics suggests those early and absentee voters are overwhelmingly directed in Biden's favor. Among those who'd already voted, 58 percent voted for Biden while 39 percent went for Trump. Still, the poll found 49 percent of likely voters — including those who had yet to cast their ballots — were opting for Biden, with Trump close behind at 47 percent. Republicans will also benefit from a surge of voter registration in Florida for this election.In Texas, polls have also suggested Biden has a chance of turning the state blue for the first time in decades, and a rush of early votes lends credence to that possibility. California, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, New Mexico, and Vermont also cast more early votes as of Monday than Trump won in those states in 2016. Georgia, with 1.9 early and absentee votes cast as of Thursday, is close to passing that threshold as well.The poll of 2,527 Floridian likely

US voters on Trump, Biden performances at debate (USATODAY National News)

Yahoo NewsOct 23, 2020
GOP House Candidate Sounds Racist Dog Whistle in Attack on Journalist
Madison Cawthorn, a Republican candidate for the House from North Carolina, created an attack website accusing a journalist of leaving a job in academia "to work for non-white males, like Cory Booker, who aims to ruin white males running for office."The journalist, Tom Fiedler, who had written favorably about Cawthorn's opponent, is a former dean of the Boston University College of Communications. He volunteered for the 2020 presidential campaign of Booker, D-N.J.Fiedler has since written articles and fact-checks about Cawthorn for a nonprofit news website in North Carolina's 11th Congressional District, where Cawthorn is facing Moe Davis, a former Air Force prosecutor.The attack on Fiedler was reported by The Bulwark, which called it "a despicable smear" echoing racist remarks by President Donald Trump.By late Thursday, the website's language accusing Fiedler of seeking to ruin white male candidates had been deleted. It was changed to read that Fiedler had "become a political operative and is an unapologetic defender of left-wing identity politics.""The syntax of our language was unclear and unfairly implied I was criticizing Cory Booker," Cawthorn said in a statement. "I have condemned racism and identity politics throughout my campaign including during my convention speech when I highlighted M.L.K.'s vision for equality," he said in reference to civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.The open congressional seat, which was held by Mark Meadows before he became
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