Election Day

Why Trump still has so many supporters at a time when the coronavirus epidemic is raging. Watching fellow Chinese intellectuals double down on their support for former U.S. President Donald Trump.

But even though the 2020 election wasn’t about climate, it was to some degree about the pandemic. Not a hyperbole: we need to keep trying to head off a climate apocalypse.

About three-quarters said they’ve known all along who they were supporting in this election.

As the coronavirus spreads uncontrolled across the U.S., the president has gone from downplaying the pandemic to Covid-19 denial.

2020 has its own troubling factors: getting accurate poll data this year is being complicated by the pandemic, wide-spread mail-in voting, hyper-polarised constituencies and daily news surprises.

The coronavirus surge that will define the next 4 Years.

But this election gives us the power to render judgment. 

With the positive test for President Trump, the risks are real and immediate.

Source hacking, a technique manipulators use to get reporters to pick up falsehoods and unknowingly amplify them to the public.

But in this election year of plague and recession and catastrophized politics, the mechanisms of decision are at meaningful risk of breaking down.

The delay in deciding the winner of the 2000 presidential election caused great uncertainty and market volatility, with the S&P 500 falling 10% in the month following the election.

Cutting an infection rate as high as ours by 75 percent in a matter of weeks would almost certainly require widespread lockdowns. That will not happen in the United States. Donald Trump has been campaigning for reelection on just the opposite message.

The prestigious US magazine Scientific American has for the first time endorsed a candidate in a US presidential election: Joe Biden.

The FDA will grant an emergency use authorization of convalescent plasma as a treatment for the coronavirus. President Trump accused the agency of slow-walking the development of vaccines and therapeutics to hurt him politically.

Wie met zijn bedrijf in Amerikaanse dollars handelt, beleeft donkere dagen; de koers van de dollar maakt momenteel een duikvlucht. Dit vanwege de coronacrisis, die in de VS eigenlijk nooit getemperd is. Nu de verkiezingsstijd begint, zal de kans op deugdelijk Amerikaans bestuur waarschijnlijk niet toenemen.

Not only will the coronavirus crisis define Donald Trump’s legacy, it will determine whether or not he is a one-term president.

If Biden wants the top job, he needs to push Trump away from China. He must make sure that the US President is forced to accept responsibility for everything that’s happening in the country he was elected to lead.

In the face of a deadly pandemic, conversation about the presidential election has felt comparatively muted. But there’s still much to be sorted before Election Day rolls around. How will Americans vote, both literally and politically?


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