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What We’re Reading This Weekend: Biden’s Teleprompter, Trump’s Peace Deal, The ‘20,000 Lies’ Lie … And More

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Election 2020

Iran Behind Hack Attacks, Online Disinformation Campaigns to Boost Biden — Washington Free Beacon

The Presidential Campaign Is at Knife’s Edge — Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

Biden’s ‘Building Back Better’ Is a Fable — RealClearEneregy

Have Pollsters Figured Out How to Poll the Midwest? — RealClearPolitics

Biden Vows to Hike Corporate Taxes on ‘Day One’ of His Presidency — Fox Business

Biden reluctantly admits Trump’s USMCA ‘better than NAFTA’ — Washington Times

NYT: Here’s how Biden might already be blowing the 2020 election  — Hot Air

Biden’s Teleprompter

Amid evidence of scripted campaigning, questions about Biden mental stamina, acuity multiply — Just the News

Biden’s Press Secretary Flips Out When if Asked Biden Uses a Teleprompter During Interviews — PJ Media

Israel

Trump Announces Historic Peace Deal Between Bahrain, Israel — Washington Examiner

Biden Says Trump Is ‘Dangerous’ to Israel — Haaretz

Fact Check

No, Trump Hasn’t Made 20,000 ‘False or Misleading’ Claims — RealClearPolitics

Civil War Alert

The Resistance War Games a Post-Election Civil War — American Greatness

Liberals’ Heads Explode

Donald Trump Nominated for Second Nobel Prize for Work in Serbia and Kosovo — Breitbart

Misc

The COVID-19 Death Toll Is Rising Much Faster in the U.S. Than in Sweden, Which Now Has Fewer Deaths Per Capita — Reason

Quick: Put a quarantine on California’s bad policy ideas — Kerry Jackson, Washington Examiner

Amid Outrage, Netflix Defends ‘Cuties’ as ‘Powerful Story’ — Daily Signal

ICYMI: The Top 5 Stories on I&I This Week

Want More Racism? Black Lives Matter Is How You Get More Racism

Shy Trump Voters Are Real, And They Could Decide The Election

Never-Trumpers Need A Lesson In Basic Math

Will America’s Return To Nuclear Power Kill The Dems’ Green New Deal? Let’s Hope So

The Nobel For Trump? Committee Could Restore Its Credibility By Giving Him The Peace Prize

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