In spite of many colorful charts, President Trump loses every coronavirus fact-check to interviewer | Salon.com

President Donald Trump suggested in a convoluted interview with Axios’ Jonathan Swan on Monday that South Korea had published fake death numbers in a possible effort to make its response to the coronavirus pandemic appear better than his own. “Well, look at South Korea for example,” Swan said. “Fifty-one million,  population. Three hundred deaths. It’s like, it’s crazy compared to—” Advertisement:…

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Why President Trump Is Calling for a Revote In a Primary Election

President Donald Trump on Monday suggested that a Democratic Primary in New York should undergo a “revote.” It’s been six weeks since the election took place and there are still no declared winners in New York’s 12th Congressional District – which includes parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens – and 15th Congressional District – which includes the West Bronx. …

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“Time is running out”: Trump advisers view extra debates as “best chance” to save election | Salon.com

In a report from Jonathan Lemire and Zeke Miller of the Associated Press, aides to Donald Trump admit that time is running out to salvage the president’s re-election bid and that they may have to bank on the president’s performance in the debates with former Vice President Joe Biden to turn things around. With less than one hundred days to go…

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Trump falsely accuses Nevada of using COVID-19 to “steal” election by mailing ballots to voters | Salon.com

President Donald Trump baselessly accused Nevada of an illegal “coup” and of trying to “steal” the election after the state’s legislature voted to send mail-in ballots to all active voters. Trump has repeatedly falsely claimed that mail-in voting is rife with fraud, even though multiple analyses have found that the risk of potential fraud is somewhere between 0.00006% and 0.0025%. Moreover, numerous…

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Trump refuses to acknowledge John Lewis’ achievements and claims he’s done ‘more for Black Americans’

Members of the military arrive with the casket of late Rep. John Lewis of Georgia for a memorial service at the US Capitol Rotunda in Washington, DC, July 27, 2020. Michael A. McCoy/Reuters

  President Donald Trump, during an Axios interview, repeatedly stopped short of describing the late Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia as an impressive individual. “He chose not to come to my inauguration,” Trump said of Lewis. “He chose, I never met John Lewis, I don’t believe.” “I find a lot of people impressive,” Trump added. “I find many…

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In a rare move, Republicans tell President Trump “no” after he calls for delaying the election | Salon.com

WASHINGTON — In a rare moment in the Trump era, several Texas Republicans pushed back against President Donald Trump on Thursday when he floated in a tweet the idea of delaying the presidential election in November. The president does not have the legal authority to move Election Day; that power resides with Congress. Trump’s tweet came just 16 minutes…

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One day after Trump floats delaying the election, he suggests moving it up instead | Salon.com

President Donald Trump suggested moving up the Nov. 3 election one day after suggesting a delay. The president floated the delay Thursday after devastating economic news came out, and NBC’s Peter Alexander asked why the Trump administration devote more attention to safeguarding the election from illness and potential fraud. Advertisement: “Peter, you know nothing about my energy,” Trump said. “You know…

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Trump Blasts Mail-In Voting Plans as ‘Inaccurate and Fraudulent,’ Suggests Delaying Election

The president made his feelings on mail-in voting very clear in a Thursday morning tweet saying the process would cause Election Day 2020 to be rife with fraud and inaccuracies. He then suggested delaying the election.  “With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history,” Trump said….

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Trump promoted a coronavirus conspiracy video: Health experts say it’s bunk | Salon.com

On Monday, Twitter removed a video from President Trump’s account in which a group doctors made blatantly false claims about the novel coronavirus and alleged that medical experts were involved in a conspiracy. It’s unclear how many of the president’s 84 million followers saw the video before it was taken down, but Donald Trump Jr. quickly shared a version of the video before Twitter…

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