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After trading barbs on social-media and at stump stops for months, the candidates are finally facing each other in person on the debate stage at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. New York Post
VOA VIEW: A major feisty debate.
Our democracy is in terrible danger — more than in 1861, more than after Pearl Harbor, more than during the Cuban missile crisis. New York Times
President Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani pushed conspiracy theories about Democratic hopeful Joseph R. Biden ahead of both candidates debating for the first time Tuesday. Asked if Mr. Trump set the bar too low before the debate by attacking his rival's mental acuity, Mr. Giuliani brought it down another ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.

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New research from the group Fellow Americans finds politicals ads that attack Trump's personality and character, instead of being policy-focused or hopeful, are ineffective any may even be counterproductive by driving away undecided voters, Vanity Fair reported Tuesday.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Trump will win big.
Assaults on Los Angeles police officers have skyrocketed this year, fueled by ongoing protests against police misconduct, officials said Tuesday.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Sad!
The first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden drew gripes on social media about everything from the format and moderator to crosstalk between the candidates and the schoolyard jibes they exchanged. “I’d love to know how many people turned off this debate after the first 15 minutes,” asked Cook Political Report editor Amy Walter.... New York Post
VOA VIEW: It was a feisty debate that Trump won.
President Trump defended his push to reopen the country amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic at the first presidential debate on Tuesday. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden looked bad.
President Trump defended his handling of the coronavirus pandemic during Tuesday night’s first presidential debate in Ohio — and slammed Joe Biden for how he handled the swine flu outbreak as Vice President in the Obama administration. Trump ripped his Democrat opponent’s record after Biden claimed that “The president has no plan” when it comes... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The truth miffed Biden.
President Trump took a shot at Democratic challenger Joe Biden’s intelligence during a tense exchange at Tuesday night’s first presidential debate. The broadside came as Biden was criticizing Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. “A lot more [Americans] are gonna die unless he [Trump] gets a lot smarter,” said Biden, drawing a stunned look on... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday told President Trump to “shut up, man!” while refusing to say if he wants to add justices to the Supreme Court during the first presidential debate. Trump declined to tell debate moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News whether he would support adding justices to the court if Trump’s... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden refused to answer many spot on questions.
President Trump defended his decision to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Bader Ginsburg during Tuesday night’s first presidential debate, telling Joe Biden: “I’m not elected for three years, I’m elected for four years.” The first face-to-face showdown between the two candidates immediately grew heated when moderator and Fox News... New York Post
VOA VIEW: No big deal.
President Trump defended his push to reopen the country amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic at the first presidential debate on Tuesday. New York Post
VOA VIEW: That was factual.
President Trump said Tuesday that he paid "millions" of dollars in federal income tax, seeking to rebut a New York Times report this week that said he paid $750 in both 2016 and 2017. "I paid millions of dollars in taxes — millions of dollars of income tax," Mr. Trump ... Washington Times

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Joseph R. Biden told President Trump he's the worst president in U.S. history at the first presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday. "You're the worst president America has ever had," Mr. Biden said. "Come on." The two had been debating taxes before things devolved. "In 47 months, I've done more ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Obama was the worst President.
A combative President Trump attacked Democratic nominee Joseph R. Biden instantly in their first presidential debate on Tuesday night, accusing the former vice president of seeking to socialize health care and goading the Democrat into calling him a "liar" within minutes of the start of their high-stakes confrontation. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden lost the showdown by name calling.
President Trump warned in the first presidential debate that former Vice President Joseph R. Biden is going to be a puppet for the "radical left" of the Democratic Party if he wins the White House. Mr. Trump said Mr. Biden is going to do the bidding of the far-left when ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Very simple fact.

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President Trump defended his right to fill the Supreme Court vacancy during the first presidential debate between him and Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden on Tuesday night. "I'm not elected for three years. I'm elected for four years," Mr. Trump said. "We won the election. Elections have consequences. We ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A good and valid defense.
The University of Notre Dame’s president has issued an apology for not wearing a mask at a White House event after pictures surfaced online of him shaking hands and sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with people without one ABC
VOA VIEW: No apology was necessary.
Judge Emmet Sullivan is reviewing the Justice Department's move to dismiss charges against President Trump's former national security adviser. CBS
"The path forward for the citizens of Lake Jackson is not going to be one that's short," Texas Commission on Environmental Quality executive director Toby Baker said at a press conference. CBS
VOA VIEW: What a mess.
Temporary COVID-19 closures of Disneyland and Disney World in the spring continue to hurt the entertainment giant. CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad!

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America's criminal justice system "needs to be changed," Facebook CEO tells employees in remarks about Taylor's death. CBS
VOA VIEW: Zuckerberg and Facebook are the one's that need to be held accountable.
"We don't want to fine people. If we have to, we will. And that will be starting on a large scale today," the mayor said Tuesday. CBS
VOA VIEW: Charging and collecting are two different things.
The New York Times released another report on President Trump's taxes and how his hit reality TV show helped him rake in millions of dollars. Paula Reid reports. CBS
VOA VIEW: Someone should go to jail for reporting false information.

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in the last 6½ months,, at least 277,285 schoolchildren in 38 states tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC reported. Cases rose as school resumed. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Sad but better than keeping the children home.
Even by the dismal standards of Supreme Court nomination battles when the would-be Supreme is a ­Republican, the attacks against Amy Coney Barrett have been ­repulsive. Perhaps because Barrett’s record is so impeccable — even her liberal peers laud her intelligence and integrity — the smears have focused on an area hitherto considered off-limits: the... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Dems will lose.
The former vice president and his wife, Jill, reported $944,737 in taxable income last year and paid $299,346, or a 31% tax rate, in federal income taxes. CNBC
Nine people charged with misdemeanor trespassing after a racial injustice protest in a private St. Louis neighborhood in June will not be prosecuted, city officials said Tuesday. Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who live in the neighborhood, confronted the demonstrators with guns and have been charged with ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Good!
Security footage of the incident shows 29-year-old Jose Guzman struggling with the officer before he manages to remove and gain control of the officer's gun. Guzman then continues his assault, hitting the officer on the head with the gun, causing lacerations and immediate bleeding. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Madness!
A person familiar said the deal has now closed. CNBC
The likelihood that President Donald Trump personally owes unknown creditors hundreds of millions of dollars has raised concerns about how the President's financial entanglements could influence his national security decisions, former officials and experts say. CNN
VOA VIEW: Liberal false propaganda.
More than 1.2 million Americans have already cast their presidential ballots without waiting for the first scheduled debate Tuesday between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in Cleveland, according to a CNN survey of election officials in 20 states that are making return data available. CNN
A grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case has suggested the Kentucky attorney general may have misrepresented to the public the case presented to the panel, a lawyer for the juror said Tuesday. CNN
VOA VIEW: The left will lose on the disclosure of more info.
The top US intelligence official released information Tuesday about unverified Russian intelligence about Hillary Clinton that will likely fuel President Donald Trump's attacks on the Russia investigation and Clinton's 2016 campaign. CNN
VOA VIEW: Clinton will lose more.
The Senate voted Tuesday evening to advance a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown ahead of a looming deadline. CNN
The Air Force veteran accused by U.S. prosecutors of siphoning hundreds of thousands of dollars from the ‘We Build The Wall’ online fundraising campaign to finance “his lavish lifestyle” is now pushing back against the allegations.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
North Korea's top envoy to the United Nations said Tuesday that leader Kim Jong Un fended off the COVID-19 pandemic in his country. UPI
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett met with Senate Republicans at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday, less than two weeks before her confirmation hearing. UPI
VOA VIEW: Let the facts roll out and the fight begin.

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September 30, 2020

     After trading barbs on social-media and at stump stops for months, the candidates are finally facing each other in person on the debate stage at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.  There is no question that Trump beat Biden but few minds may have changed, as there were many conflicts and interruptions by both sides, with Wallace, the moderator, doing poorly in keeping calm and control.  

      Biden made foolish mistakes in calling Trump foolish names and causing Trump to bring up Biden's son Chinese payoff. The Trump answer to Biden regarding doing more in 47 months than Biden in 47 years. Read the various reports in todays news achieves and the video and audio achieves.