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President Donald Trump and other Republicans are arguing in the final days of the campaign that their superior ground game will make a critical difference on Election Day and allow them to turn out their voters in enough states to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to win. CNN
VOA VIEW: As it will be.
CNN's SE Cupp takes a closer look at the similarities between the 2016 and 2020 elections. CNN
VOA VIEW: CNN may have it right for a change.
Kyle Rittenhouse, an Illinois teenager accused of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during protests, was extradited to Wisconsin after a judge's ruling on Friday. CNN
VOA VIEW: He is innocent.

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Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump offered differing views on when they could pass coronavirus stimulus after the 2020 election. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Pelosi will be no more and Republicans will do the honors.
Exxon's revenue fell nearly 30% during the third quarter as the coronavirus pandemic batters the oil industry. CNBC
A judge in El Paso, Texas ordered all non-essential businesses to shut down in the county this week, but the police department now says they won't enforce his order.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!
The town council met after a number of complaints were raised about the flags hanging in a designated early voting location. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Left wing radicals.
Austin has seen a spike in violent crime and officer retirements after the city council voted over the summer to immediately slash $20 million from the police department budget, becoming the first major Texas city to do so.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Liberal fools.
Post-Tropical Cyclone Zeta continues to downgrade as it drifts across the Northeast, but the damage in its wake continues to linger across the South. FOX News

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More than 1 million homes and businesses across seven southeastern states were still without power early Friday, almost two days after Hurricane Zeta blew through. UPI
Personal income in the United States rose slightly during the month of September, government figures showed Friday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good for Trump victory.

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DECEMBER 27, 2018

     Dems are the cause of the government shut down.  Senator Chuck Schumer lambasted President Donald Trump over his demand that American taxpayers pay for a border wall which has led to a partial government shutdown. In an exclusive interview with USA TODAY House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi accused President Donald Trump of using "scare tactics" to build support for his proposed U.S.-Mexican border wall, which she joked had been reduced from a giant, cement structure "to, I think, a beaded curtain."

     Trump and congressional Democrats remained locked in a bitter stalemate Tuesday over billions of dollars in funding for the wall, which Trump said is necessary to end a partial government shutdown. Most lawmakers are home for the holiday, so a speedy resolution would amount to a Christmas miracle.  While wishing a Merry Christmas to troops overseas, Trump said he doesn't know when the government shutdown will end.  "It’s a disgrace what’s happening in our country," Trump said in the Oval Office. "But other than that, I wish everybody a very Merry Christmas."

     Though congressional Democrats said they will not support money for a border wall, Trump said the United States needs "a wall, a fence, whatever they want to call it." The remarks underscore how dug in both the White House and congressional Democrats have become amid the shutdown that began Friday at midnight. The president kept a low profile on Christmas Eve, posting on Twitter that he was "alone" at the White House waiting for Democrats to agree to a deal to reopen federal agencies. The White House said Trump met with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen about border security but provided no details about the discussion.

     The big Trump surprise is his Midnight Tuesday trip to Iraq with the First Lady.  This was a big positive play of all the soldiers.