Thursday, October 1, 2020
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President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden wasted no time as they both returned to the campaign trail just five weeks before election day. The president is under tremendous pressure for not condemning white supremacy during Tuesday's chaotic debate. Also, with so many people voting by mail, the results could be delayed by days or even weeks. Social media companies fear the potential to spread conspiracy theories will be high. And, new rapid result COVID testing could dramatically change the way this country handles the pandemic moving forward.
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