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Trump yelled at campaign manager Brad Parscale for his dropping poll numbers — and threatened to sue him: report

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On Wednesday, CNN reported that President Donald Trump yelled at Brad Parscale, his 2020 campaign manager, on Friday.

During the course of this exchange, Trump reportedly blamed Parscale for his declining poll numbers against former Vice President Joe Biden — and even threatened to sue Parscale, although CNN suggested that this was likely not a serious threat.

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This exchange comes as the president is receiving poor marks for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with increasing numbers of Americans believing he failed to act quickly enough. It also comes after days of bad press from his suggestion, at a press conference last week, that scientists should look into injecting disinfectant into people to treat the virus.

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‘One whopper after another’: CNN’s Acosta tears into Trump for lying the Postal Service can’t deliver enough ballots

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On Monday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta slammed President Donald Trump's litany of lies about mail-in voting at the day's coronavirus press briefing.

"Right at the end of that press conference, the president was just telling one whopper after another about mail-in voting, at one point saying that he doesn't believe that the U.S. Postal Service has the ability to deal with mail-in balloting at election time," said Acosta. "We just need to point out, the U.S. Postal Service put out a statement late this afternoon that says, 'the Postal Service has ample capacity to adjust our nationwide processing and delivery network to meet projected election and political mail volume, including any additional volume that may result as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.'"

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Here are all the ways government made the rich richer during the coronavirus economic crisis

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The disparity between the rich and the poor has expanded in America during the coronavirus pandemic and government shutdowns, NBC News reported Monday.

"The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates, bought more than $2 trillion in debt and created new lending “facilities,” which flooded the financial system with money and rallied stocks," NBC News reported. "That has been a boon for investors, but the vast majority of stocks owned in the U.S. belong to the wealthiest 10 percent."

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Trump’s hair focus of discussion during his press conference: ‘His comb-over no longer hides the bald spot’

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President Donald Trump on Monday briefed the nation about Hurricane Isaias and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trump spoke for more than half an hour, complaining about investigations into his finances by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr. and suggesting New York needed a redo of its primary election.

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