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4 Key Trump Moments at the Final Debate

Credit: NYTimes.com- Published on October 23, 2020
Viewers saw a notably different version of President Trump on Thursday from the one at the first debate. He didn’t interrupt Joe Biden as much, and he returned to some of his central messages.
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Donald Trump

45th president of the United States
The sale, which was directed by Trump's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, will allow companies to drill oil and gas in an area that was originally created to..
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The Trump campaign argued that the state's high court should hear its case directly because presidential electors will soon be casting their votes.
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President Trump’s nonstop fund-raising in the month after his loss at the polls ensures his new political operation — whatever shape it takes — will..
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Joe Biden

President-elect of the United States; 47th Vice President of the United States
President-elect Joe Biden said he'd "be happy" to join former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton in getting the vaccine.
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Attorney General William Barr is coming under criticism from members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus who are demanding a full review of the presidential..
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The Supreme Court in the state narrowed yet another legal path for the Trump campaign as it tries to overturn his loss to Joe Biden.
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