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What We’re Reading Today: Trump And COVID-19, U.S. Warns Russia Not To Meddle, Biden’s Brain Trust . . . And More

People reading newspapers in Pyongyang, North Korea. Source: Roman Bansen, Wikimedia Commons

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics And COVID-19

Trump’s doctors say he could be released from the hospital on Monday — Fox News, Via YouTube

Trump urges Congress to pass new coronavirus stimulus: ‘GET IT DONE’ — CNBC

Leftist Filmmaker Michael Moore: ‘My Thoughts and Prayers, Too, Are with COVID-19’ — CNSNews

The Real Reason Why Leftists Can’t and Won’t Express Good Wishes For Trump’s Recovery — PJMedia

Republican Congress people show that Trump’s virus response saved lives — American Thinker

Russia, Russia, Russia

U.S., Russia to Hold Latest Nuclear Arms Talks in Finland — AP, Via Newsmax

National Security Advisor: Trump Sent Me to Tell The Russians in Person Not to Meddle in the Election — CNSNews

Ex-CIA Director Reveals Internal Division At Spy Agency Over Trump-Russia Intelligence — Daily Caller

California Chaos, Pt. 78

Ramifications Of California Governor Newsom’s Ban On Gas-Powered Vehicles —

California exceeds 4 million acres burned by wildfires in 2020 — NBC News

Glass Fire has now damaged 17 Napa Valley wineries as world-famous region remains under grave threat — SF Chronicle

Diversity Problem In Economics? Plus, A Richer World

Republicans Need Not Apply: An Investigation of the American Economic Association — Econ Journal Watch, Via The Grumpy Economist blog

The Formula for a Richer World? Equality, Liberty, Justice — American Institute for Economic Research

Biden His Time

Joe Biden manages to enrage Brazil — American Thinker

Uncovering the Biden-Harris Brain Trust — American Greatness

China Has Serious Trump Issues

Xi Jinping Wishes Trump ‘Speedy Recovery’ After Propaganda Chief Said President ‘Paid The Price’ For Downplaying Coronavirus — Daily Caller

Think Tank Responds To Chinese Editor Mocking President Trump and First Lady — Americans for Limited Government

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