Friday’s breaking news alerts and headlines have generated shockwaves across the world, but a positive Covid-19 diagnosis is just yet another piece of bad news for Donald Trump in his bid to secure a second term in the White House. Just 32 days to the US elections, and the president has been forced to cancel all his upcoming rallies and engagements. It’s unclear whether or not he will be able to attend the second presidential debate due to take place on October 15.Here are all the ways Trump has had a very, very bad month.He could face prison over taxesNew bombshell tax revelations about Trump and his oldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, first reported in the New York Times, show how the president managed to avoid taxes for much of the past decade and a half. According to the report, Trump paid only $750 in income tax in the year he was elected president. The newspaper also claimed he had not paid taxes in 10 of the 15 years they obtained records for, with his businesses taking on substantial loans and suffering massive losses.Trump has denied any wrongdoing, but a former federal prosecutor has said there is “no question” some of these revelations could qualify as tax fraud and not tax avoidance, in which case they could ultimately send him to prison.He was caught referring to American war dead as “losers”Trump was roundly condemned by the families of fallen US service members for reportedly referring to Americans who died fighting in the First World War as “suckers” and “losers”, first reported in The Atlantic. He is said to have uttered the belittling remarks during a 2018 visit to France, where he cancelled a visit to a WWI cemetery, allegedly saying to his staff: “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.” Trump has been criticised in the past for making disparaging remarks about veterans and military families, including famously once denigrating the late senator and war veteran, John McCain. “He’s not a war hero,” Trump said in 2015 of McCain. “I like people who weren’t captured.”A poll released following the publication of his alleged comments showed support for Trump had fallen among active-duty officers and troops.He refused to condemn the Proud BoysDuring the presidential debate on Tuesday night, Trump chose not to condemn the violent far-right hate group the Proud Boys, instead telling them to “stand by”. Responding to a question from moderator Chris Wallace, who asked if he would condemn white supremacist and militia groups that have showed up at some protests, Trump said: “Sure, I’m willing to do that. But I would say almost everything I see is from the left wing, not from the right wing.”On the Proud Boys’ account on the messaging app Telegram, members of the group celebrated the apparent endorsement. “Trump basically said to go fuck them up,” said one of the Proud Boys’ leaders in a chat on the right-wing social media app Parler. “This makes me so happy.”He claimed “virtually nobody” gets Covid-19At a campaign rally in Ohio last week, Trump attempted to downplay the coronavirus pandemic by saying it affects “elderly people with heart problems and other problems”.“That’s what it really affects. That’s it,” he told supporters. “In some states, thousands of people, nobody young... they have a strong immune system, who knows,” he said. “But it affects virtually nobody. It’s an amazing thing.”His comments were criticised for being callous and wildly inaccurate – according to official US figures, more than 400,000 people under the age of 18 have been infected with the coronavirus. Cases of the virus have been on the rise in the US, with 55,000 new positive cases last Friday – marking the highest single-day increase since August 14.The US death toll from Covid-19 is also by far the highest in the world – more than 208,000 people have died after contracting the disease, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University....and then tested positive for itJust days after one of his closest advisers who had Covid-19 travelled with him aboard Air Force One, Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for coronavirus. Trump is currently said to be “well at this time” and “remains healthy”, but the fact that the president is 74 and considered obese means that he faces an increased risk of severe illness from coronavirus.His presidential rival Joe Biden has tested negative for the illness despite the pair's shouty debate on Tuesday.Related... The Trumps Have Coronavirus. Here’s What Happens Now How Trump's Age And Weight Make Him Vulnerable To Coronavirus These Are The People Trump Has Been In Close Contact With This Week
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Amid the news that president Donald Trump has tested positive for coronavirus, questions are naturally being asked about who he has come into close contact with – and could potentially have infected.The 74-year-old – whose age puts him in the most vulnerable category for the virus – revealed on Friday that he and his wife Melania had contracted Covid-19. Reports from the New York Times suggest the president has minor symptoms.Advice differs on how long you may be infectious with coronavirus but the NHS recommends that individuals inform people they have been in close contact with in the past 48 hours that they may have the illness. Vice president Mike Pence and second lady Karen Pence have announced they both tested negative, while Democratic challenger Joe Biden wished the Trumps a speedy recover but did not comment on his own health following Tuesday’s debate.So, not including the scores of staff members, supporters and potentially other members of his own family, these are all the people Trump is known to have met publicly in recent days:Thursday October 1Trump flew to his Bedminster resort in New Jersey for a private fundraiser, where he is reported to have come into contact with 100 people. Sources report he was “lethargic” at the event. Hours later he confirmed he had tested positive for the virus. Trump is said to have minor symptoms. He was lethargic at the Bedminster fundraiser, per an attendee. As of last night, officials were discussing treatment options as well as options for addressing the nation. https://t.co/DCq8wCL3B4— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 2, 2020It's borderline criminal that Trump was aware he was exposed to the coronavirus by Hope Hicks, who tested positive on Wed., but he still traveled to his club for a fundraiser on Thurs. "where one attendee said POTUS came in contact with about 100 people" & he was having symptoms https://t.co/fRJJuyCQrY— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 2, 2020Wednesday September 30 Trump traveled to Minnesota for a fundraiser at a private home in suburban Minneapolis and an outdoor rally in Duluth.Tuesday September 29 Trump took part in the first presidential debate with Biden. While the pair spent the debate at opposite ends of the stage, they had closed the gap somewhat as they departed the stage with their wives Melania and Jill. Sources say Trump was accompanied to the debate on board Air Force One by all of his adult children and campaign manager Bill Stepien, who was then later spotted getting into a van with Hope Hicks – who has also tested positive. Trump’s adult children and senior staff did not wear masks during the debate, violating host rules.It’s not known if debate moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News mingled with the Trumps before or after the event. Trump was accompanied by all of his adult children + senior WH/campaign staff on AF1 en route to debate.All were seen w/o masks.Campaign manager Bill Stepien was seen on board w/o a mask, and then was spotted getting into a staff van w/Hope Hicks.https://t.co/Fx1Q5kkNQb— Annie Karni (@anniekarni) October 2, 2020Monday September 28Lordstown Motors CEO Steve Burns met Trump at the White House to talk about the Endurance all-electric pickup truck. Neither wore masks but posed for photographs.The event was also attended by two members of Congress and two other representatives from the Lordstown, Ohio, manufacturer.Trump also held a Rose Garden event to announce an administration effort to distribute millions of coronavirus test kits to states. The event was attended by administration officials including Pence, members of Congress and state officials.Saturday September 26Trump was spotted adjusting the microphone for judge Amy Coney Barrett, who he announced as his nominee to the Supreme Court in the Rose Garden at the White House. He was also pictured meeting people – again without a mask – at a campaign rally at Harrisburg International Airport that same evening. Friday, September 25Trump held a rally in Newport News, Virginia and a campaign event at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, where he met senator David Perdue, Georgia governor Brian Kemp and his wife Marty.Related... President Trump And First Lady Melania Trump Test Positive For Coronavirus The Trumps Have Coronavirus. Here’s What Happens Now Jim Carrey Debuts His Take On Joe Biden In SNL Teaser And We Can't Wait To See More
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US president Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus just days after one of his closest advisers who also had Covid-19 traveled with him aboard Air Force One.Trump announced the diagnosis in a tweet:Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2020In a statement dated October 1, 2020, Dr. Sean Conley, physician to the president, confirmed the diagnosis.“The President and First Lady are both well at this time, and they plan to remain at home within the White House during their convalescence,” Conley stated.He also claimed Trump would continue to “carry out his duties without disruption while recovering.”pic.twitter.com/RrOGAdWYqv— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 2, 2020The first lady also tweeted, confirming that both she and the president had tested positive as had “too many Americans... this year.” She added: “We are feeling good and I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying safe and we will all get through this together.” As too many Americans have done this year, @potus & I are quarantining at home after testing positive for COVID-19. We are feeling good & I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying safe & we will all get through this together.— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 2, 2020His Covid-19 diagnosis is the latest among world leaders, with Boris Johnson admitted to intensive care after contracting the disease in March and the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier also falling ill.Trump, who is 74 and is considered obese, according to an assessment in June by the White House physician, faces an increased risk of severe illness from the coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have long warned that older adults and those with a body mass index of 30 or above are at increased risk of hospitalization and possibly the need for intensive care should they become infected.Hope Hicks, a counsellor and senior adviser to the president, tested positive for Covid-19 after traveling with Trump on Tuesday for his first presidential debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden.People close to Hicks told Bloomberg News that she was experiencing symptoms of the virus. She was photographed not wearing a mask as she arrived at the airport in Cleveland for the debate.Trump’s infection also comes after many of his family members attended the debate in Ohio without wearing masks, even after a Cleveland Clinic doctor asked barefaced members of the audience to put them on.At the debate, Trump also mocked Biden’s wearing of masks at campaign events while falsely claiming there had been “no negative effect” from any of his large campaign rallies in recent weeks. (After a June 20 rally in Oklahoma, health officials cited it as the “likely” source of a surge in local cases.)“He could be speaking 200 feet away and he shows up with the biggest mask I’ve ever seen,” Trump said of Biden’s use of face coverings and his decision not to hold large in-person campaign events.The president’s infection comes amid his ongoing efforts to declare that the nation has largely moved past the worst threats of the pandemic and could reopen large swaths of the economy, a positive election season message that health experts have warned could not be further from reality.More than 207,000 people in the US have now died of the coronavirus, and more than 7.3 million have been infected. Cases remain high or are rising in more than a dozen states even after an economically devastating shutdown period in nearly every corner of the country.Related... Trump 'Begins Quarantine Process' After Aide Tests Positive For Coronavirus Trump Is 'The Largest Driver' Of Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories, Study Finds Who Are The Proud Boys? A Brit's Guide To The Far-Right Group Trump Refuses To Condemn
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Incredible tale that starts with smart home software being axed and ends with senior lawmaker denying taking a super-bung Special report  Ohio Register reader Steve Ringley loves his electricity company’s smartphone app: it shows his usage in real time in 15-minute increments along with its cost in a simple and easy-to-understand graphic.…
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Jacob Wohl, a conservative activist known for his largely bumbling attempts to stage political scandals, has been charged with running a robocalling scheme to spread false election information. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed four felony charges today against Wohl and his partner Jack Burkman. They’re accused of targeting Detroit residents with calls that discouraged voting, including false claims that mail-in ballots would let health agencies “track people for mandatory vaccines.” Wohl and Burkman allegedly targeted voters in Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois, making a total of around 85,000 calls in August. The calls claimed to come from a group called “Project 1599, a civil rights organization founded by... Continue reading…
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Biden's campaign raised $3.8 million in an hour on fundraising website Act Blue following his ill-tempered televised debate with Trump.
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Illustration by William Joel / The Verge A number of Fox regional sports networks (RSNs) will no longer be available for YouTube TV subscribers beginning October 1st, the company announced. The move comes after YouTube and Fox first spoke publicly about Fox channels leaving YouTube TV in February, but the two companies came to an agreement to carry the rest of the MLB, NBA, and NHL seasons through 2020. As the NBA and NHL’s seasons come to an end, and with the MLB set to finish around the end of October, Fox and YouTube’s agreement is also being severed. “To bring you 85+ channels, we periodically renegotiate contracts with content owners,” the official YouTube TV Twitter account tweeted. “Starting October 1, 2020, FOX RSNs will no longer be available on YouTube TV. Members... Continue reading…
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Us Melanoma Market Share And Trends Analysis By Type (Superficial Spreading, Nodular, Lentigo Maglina, Acral Lentigious And Others); By Gender (Male And Female); By Treatment (Immunotherapy, Biologic Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy, Surgery And Others);Cancer types are becoming increasingly malignant and becoming more prevalent one of which are melanomas.Market reports connected with the healthcare industry have been made available by Market Research Future which generates reports on other business verticals that outlines the current market scenarios.The US melanoma Market is expected to reach US$ 3.2 billion in 2023 from US$ 2.4 billion in 2016 with a CAGR of approximately 8.3%.The increasing prevalence of factors that cause melanomas is raising the focus on the development of the market.The development of relatively effective treatment courses and rising research and development into the treatment of melanomas is anticipated to accelerate the development of the market in the US region in the duration of the forecast period.Segmental AnalysisThe segmentation of the US melanoma market has been segmented on the basis of type into superficial spreading, lentigo maglina, nodular, acral lentigious and others.On the basis of treatment, the US melanoma market is segmented into chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, biologic therapy, surgery among others.The end user based segmentation of the market comprises of pharmaceutical companies, clinics, hospitals, research center, and laboratories.Detailed Regional AnalysisThe melanoma market in the US is studied across states such as Georgia, New Jersey, North Carolina, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Florida, Washington, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, Virginia and Rest of US.
President Donald Trump's family members did not wear masks during his debate with Joe Biden in Ohio, defying the rules of the event.
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In 2014, after what we described as “frequent failures,” a previous administration’s FCC attempted to change how the United States’ emergency 911 system works, including making it clear who’s responsible when multiple states inexplicably lose the ability to dial 911 at once. Some of that accountability might have come in handy this week — because we still don’t know what caused yesterday’s 911 outage. And it’s not clear anything would change even if we knew. Yesterday, 911 services reportedly disappeared in at least 14 states nationwide, some for as long as an hour and a half. Police departments and public safety agencies across the country had to hand out alternative numbers to call — and in some cases, warn residents not to dial 911... Continue reading…
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At least 944,114 people had voted by mail as of Sunday, according to Michael McDonald, a political-science professor who runs the US Election Project.
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Us Melanoma Market Share And Trends Analysis By Type (Superficial Spreading, Nodular, Lentigo Maglina, Acral Lentigious And Others); By Gender (Male And Female); By Treatment (Immunotherapy, Biologic Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy, Surgery And Others);Cancer types are becoming increasingly malignant and becoming more prevalent one of which are melanomas.Market reports connected with the healthcare industry have been made available by Market Research Future which generates reports on other business verticals that outlines the current market scenarios.The US melanoma Market is expected to reach US$ 3.2 billion in 2023 from US$ 2.4 billion in 2016 with a CAGR of approximately 8.3%.The increasing prevalence of factors that cause melanomas is raising the focus on the development of the market.The development of relatively effective treatment courses and rising research and development into the treatment of melanomas is anticipated to accelerate the development of the market in the US region in the duration of the forecast period.Segmental AnalysisThe segmentation of the US melanoma market has been segmented on the basis of type into superficial spreading, lentigo maglina, nodular, acral lentigious and others.On the basis of treatment, the US melanoma market is segmented into chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, biologic therapy, surgery among others.The end user based segmentation of the market comprises of pharmaceutical companies, clinics, hospitals, research center, and laboratories.Detailed Regional AnalysisThe melanoma market in the US is studied across states such as Georgia, New Jersey, North Carolina, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Florida, Washington, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, Virginia and Rest of US.
Acura has unveiled a new version of its popular RDX SUV called the 2021 RDX PMC Edition. This is a limited unit run of only 360 units and the SUV will be built at the Acura Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio alongside the Acura NSX. The RDX PMC Edition combines the A-Spec and Advanced Package features. This version is the … Continue reading
A concentration camp guard aged 94 is facing extradition to Germany from the US in what could be among the last Nazi war crime trials.Friedrich Karl Berger is said to have served at a Neuengamme sub-camp near Meppen, Germany, where prisoners were held in “atrocious” conditions and exploited “to the point of exhaustion and death”.A two-day trial in March found that Berger, who lives in Tennessee, continues to receive a pension from Germany based on his employment “including his wartime service.”According to US Department of Justice documents, Berger participated in “willing service as an armed guard of prisoners at a concentration camp where persecution took place.”At the end of March 1945, with the advance of British and Canadian forces, the Nazis abandoned Meppen.  The court found that Berger helped guard the prisoners during their forcible evacuation to the Neuengamme main camp – a nearly two-week trip under inhumane conditions, which claimed the lives of some 70 prisoners. “Berger was part of the SS machinery of oppression that kept concentration camp prisoners in atrocious conditions of confinement,” said assistant attorney general Brian A Benczkowski.  “This ruling shows the department’s continued commitment to obtaining a measure of justice, however late, for the victims of wartime Nazi persecution.”Berger, who had been a member of the German navy, told The Washington Post he was ordered to work in the camp. He added: “After 75 years this is ridiculous. I cannot believe it. I cannot understand how this can happen in a country like this. You’re forcing me out of my home.”Although the number of suspects is dwindling due to old age, prosecutors are still trying to bring individuals suspected of Nazi war crimes to justice. A landmark conviction in 2011 opened the way to more prosecutions as it was the first time that working in a camp was sufficient grounds for culpability, with no proof of a specific crime.Germany agreed in 2009 to take John Demjanjuk, a retired Ohio car worker who was accused of serving as a Nazi guard.He was convicted in 2011 of being an accessory to more than 28,000 killings and died 10 months later, aged 91, with his appeal pending.Related... Convicted Nazi War Criminal John Demjanjuk Dies Aged 91 I Live On A Road Called 'Swastika Trail'. I've Been Trying To Change Its Name For Years. US Couple Wears Nazi Face Masks To Walmart After State Mask Mandate
FBI Director Chris Wray said the bust came at a critical time as the pandemic has come with a spike in opioid overdoses.
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