Trump seizes on questionable Biden-Ukraine story

Elias Hubbard
October 16, 2020

Trump and Biden were supposed to hold their second debate on Thursday night but it will instead take place on October 22.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, in a primetime town hall Thursday, made the case that Americans want more inclusion and dignity across the board, an outlook at odds with what Biden described as President Donald Trump's "divide and conquer" strategy.

The president was visibly upset at times with Guthrie and said more than once that they were "on the same side".

Twitter says of McEnany's tweet, "We have determined that this account violated the Twitter Rules".

Besides the celebrity actors, signers of the letter included top Hollywood producers such as Aaron Sorkin, Ryan Murphy, J.J. Abrams, Seth MacFarlane, Greg Berlanti and Neal Baer. "Some of us are now employed at your studio", the letter says, according to Variety. We need to understand this for what it is. Eastern. His Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, is participating in an ABC town hall from Philadelphia at the same time.

"The split screen between Joe Biden and Donald Trump tonight is wild", Matt Viser, national political reporter for The Washington Post, noted.

Debate organizers said they wanted to switch the format to a virtual appearance, for safety reasons, and Trump refused, forcing cancellation of the event. Like the Trump event on Thursday will be, it was simulcast on MSNBC, CNBC and streamed online. "Our decision is motivated only by fairness, not business considerations", Conde said in a statement.

In another re-election campaign rally following his Covid-19 diagnosis earlier this month, US President Donald Trump donned a "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) cap and pulled off his tie to cheers from supporters in Des Moines, Iowa.

Which leaves us here with two town halls, held on different networks, at the same time.

News announced Wednesday morning it will host a live, one-hour town hall with Trump in Miami.

"I'm not touching that", Harris chuckled.

CNN's Don Lemon said Wednesday he "cannot believe that NBC would do this".

Although Facebook can ask fact checkers for ratings on particular pieces of content, multiple fact-checking partners, including a unit of Reuters, said the company had not done do in this case, nor had they opted to initiate a check on their own. "You should be embarrassed NBC". This will be good for Trump because people like to watch his unpredictability.

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