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Democrats want the unemployed to get an extra $600 a week past July. Republicans want to rush people back to work.
"Where will you draw the line, and when will you draw it?" James N. Miller, a former defense official, wrote.
"I went down, I looked at it," Trump said of his time in the underground Presidential Emergency Operations Center.
The "Twin Peaks" director, who has released surreal weather reports on YouTube since May, added a statement this week.
One Twitter user wondered what the president was inspecting the bunker for: "Bunkeriness? Hideability?"
“We will not amplify voices who incite racial violence and injustice by giving them free promotion on Discover,."
Brees' teammate, New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas responded on Twitter, saying, "He don’t know no better."
“These attacks on peaceful American protesters steps from the White House were sickening and appalling."
During the coronavirus pandemic, false and misleading stories have life and death consequences.
Big Bird and Elmo will address the demonstrations and racial justice issues in a virtual CNN town hall this weekend.
She offered an apology after a former “Glee” co-star made pointed accusations about her behind-the-scenes behavior.

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