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Trump claims mask wearers infected all the time

Trump claims mask wearers infected all the time”

The second presidential debate was cancelled after Mr Trump objected to the virtual format announced by the Commission on Presidential Debates put forward after Mr Trump's positive coronavirus diagnosis. "I'm president. I can't be in a basement".

Guthrie opened her town hall, held at an outdoor venue in Miami, by questioning him repeatedly about when he last tested negative for COVID-19 before testing positive on October 1.

"I know nothing about QAnon", Mr Trump replied.

He was also asked about whether he was tested before the first presidential debate.

Haeck said she raised her question in response to recent "attacks" on transgender rights, such as bans on military service, weakened protections, and removed transgender terms from government websites.

Despite the $180 million disadvantage, the Trump campaign said it is confident they will have enough resources to sustain the effort to reelect the President.

He appeared to confirm the paper's report that he has some $400 million in personally guaranteed loans, arguing that the amount was a "peanut" compared with his worth.

US President Donald Trump has refused to denounce the baseless conspiracy movement QAnon in a televised town hall that aired at the same time as his rival Joe Biden's.

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It was a repeat of a similar claim he had made two times earlier in the day, citing the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention as the source.

"We share in the frustration that our event will initially air alongside the first half of ABC's broadcast with Vice President Biden".

NBC also said it reached out to ABC to ask that network to reschedule its Biden town hall so the two candidates wouldn't compete for time, and ABC refused.

He had promised one of the questioners, a young Black man, that he would talk to him afterward more about his plans for the community, as the participant had expressed that he might not vote.

He pointed to a proposed US$70 billion in new funding for historically black colleges and universities. The TODAY host pointed out that Trump had retweeted an insane claim that Joe Biden, allegedly tried to have SEAL Team Six murdered, which is reckless at best.

Meanwhile, in the blue corner, Biden was more passive and calm, charming the audience.

"You don't have to lock down if you're wearing a mask", Mr Biden said.

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