Trump's push to have the election called on Nov. 3 would disregard multiple states' rules that allow ballots to be counted after election night.
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In new guidance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the coronavirus spreads mainly through respiratory aerosols, small particles that apparently can remain suspended in the air and inhaled.
"I am calling on you both to HELP STOP THIS."
Protesters held signs calling the Republican lawmaker a "two-faced coward" and demanding he "keep his word."
Supporters of US President Donald Trump yelled racist comments including “white power” and “f*** black lives” as their convoy passed counter-protester Megan Squire in Elon, North Carolina, on Saturday, September 19.This footage, shot by Squire, a computer science professor who studies online extremism, shows the convoy passing. Triad City Beat, who had a reporter at the scene, said Squire was holding a sign that read: “Black lives matter.” At one point, a member of the passing convoy shouts, “No they f**ing don’t, b**** – go back to your f***ing home, c***.”The rally was reportedly organized by Gary Williamson, a member of Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC), through a Facebook event. The Southern Poverty Law Center has described ACTBAC as a neo-Confederate hate group.The convoy set off from the ACE Speedway after an event organized by TL Mann, a local Republican organizer and chairman of the Young Republicans of Alamance.Mann distanced himself from the convoy in a post to Facebook. “I find any use of ethnic slurs or insults atrocious, racism has no place In our country,” said Mann. He also said that racism would not be tolerated at his events, “including the confederate flag, racial slurs and any type of insults.” Credit: Megan Squire via Storyful
"Protecting our democracy requires us to use every arrow in our quiver," the speaker of the House said.
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