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"I’m married to a 'let’s circle back' guy — who knew?"
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The COVID-19 pandemic, election, racial injustice and more have made this year hell. Here's how the pros get rest.
The Democratic nominee has shown off his style in subtle yet consistent ways.
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Martha MacCallum pressed Hogan Gidley about Trump's attacks on Dr. Anthony Fauci as COVID-19 hospitalizations surge.
The host riffed on a TV mixup that gave a Trump campaign rally a far more sinister title.
But 2016 is still the champion in the perceived-weirdness department.
Michael Steele also slammed the GOP for bending its arc towards the baser motives of Donald Trump in a scathing op-ed.
COVID-19 has claimed more than 219,000 lives in the U.S., but the president is still warning against lockdown measures.
From a COVID-19 inspection and conspiracy theories to a "liquid release" test and a pants-swap.
The president often claims to know nothing about issues when there's evidence that he does.
The "Late Night" host said he didn't think he could be any more motivated to vote against Trump before this remark.
Regina Romero also called on the self-proclaimed "law and order" candidate to follow the Arizona city's requirements.
After Trump's take on the "YMCA" went viral, Kamala Harris showed off some moves of her own.
The "Late Show" host mocks Texas Sen. John Cornyn for saying he only disagrees with Trump in private.

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