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Biden overtakes Trump in Georgia. Live updates

With the count of votes, literally, the dropper, the Democratic candidate has just overtaken the Republican in Georgia and is a little more comfortable in his leadership of the state of Nevada. However, judges in the states of Georgia and Michigan rejected the Republican…
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With no evidence, Trump says he won election

Speaking in Washington at dawn on Wednesday (4), re-election candidate Donald Trump spoke to supporters that he won the election, even though the count is not over and a winner has been officially defined, and that he will go to the Supreme Court for the counting of votes is…
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Americans are in arms race ahead of elections

From rural areas to large cities, a gun buying frenzy is sweeping the United States. There is already a lack of weapons and ammunition. A reflection of the growing anguish over the pandemic, the violence and the tense political climate. With the sound muffler in her ear…
World

Plan to reduce troops in South Korea draws skepticism in Washington

The White House is weighing the possibility of reducing U.S. troops on the Korean Peninsula. The move has drawn harsh criticism from inside U.S. President Donald Trump’s own party, as well as from U.S. experts. U.S. media reported recently that the Pentagon had…
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U.S. judge denies Trump's request to block Bolton's memoir

A federal judge on Saturday denied the Trump administration’s request to block the publication of former national security adviser John Bolton’s memoir. “While Bolton’s unilateral conduct raises grave national security concerns, the government has…
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Anyone who goes to Trump rallies has to swear not to sue him

Donald Trump had announced the return of campaign rallies, suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. On the campaign website, your supporters must sign a notice to register for events. People who want to participate in the upcoming US President rallies have to commit to not…