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In the category of: Who did what?
He suggested a teen accused of killing two in Wisconsin last week and Trump fans involved in clashes in Oregon on Saturday were acting in self-defence.
Mr Trump pointed out his Democratic White House challenger, Joe Biden, has not specifically disavowed far-left activists accused of civil disorder.
In the category of: The gift that keeps on giving.
Covid-19 can be a prolonged illness, even among young adults without underlying chronic medical conditions, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in July. Thirty-five percent of patients surveyed by the agency said they still weren’t back to their usual good health even two to three weeks after testing positive for the disease. The rest said they’d returned to their usual state of health five to 12 days after a positive test.
In the category of: Who makes the decision?
Everyone’s vote is important, but thanks to the Electoral College, some votes in America matter more than others’. In election years past, we often heard about a key bloc that candidates needed to win over—think Soccer Moms in the 1990s and Nascar Dads in the 2000s. Now, in an increasingly diverse (yet polarized) country slogging through both a pandemic and an economic crisis, whose votes do Donald Trump and Joe Biden need most? Pollsters and analysts helped us identify nine groups who will likely determine the outcome of 2020.