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‘A new low’: Trump buried for heading to the golf course as COVID-19 US death toll heads for 100,000

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Donald Trump was being raked over the coals on Saturday morning after it was reported that he headed out to the golf course as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic nears the 100,000 mark.

According to Bloomberg, “Trump arrived at the Trump National Golf Club in suburban Virginia around 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. He was spotted earlier wearing a white polo shirt and signature white ‘Make America Great Again’ cap. The White House doesn’t always confirm Trump’s activities while at his golf courses.”

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Noting the high infection rate from COVID-19 and a country reeling economically, White House correspondent Brian Karem tweeted: “Today @realDonaldTrump returns to the “Let ‘em eat cake” golf course for some fun. 1.6M COVID19 cases. 98K dead. Record unemployment. All is well. POTUS is on the links.”

That brought about a deluge of commenters expressing disgust with the president, as you can see below:

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Trump has become the ‘invisible president’ as his poll numbers collapse with ‘breathtaking’ speed: conservative

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Combining both the decision to sequester Donald Trump in a secure underground White House bunker due to the George Floyd protests outside the White House gates, along with his collapsing poll numbers, Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin said Trump is quickly becoming the "invisible president."

According to the conservative, Trump's polling collapse is "breathtaking" in light of an election that is just months away.

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Election could be muddled by ‘almost unintelligible’ election law: constitutional law professor

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A constitutional law professor is sounding the alarm about an obscure provision in the election law that creates ambiguity that could cause confusion if the election is close in November.

RollCall cited Edward Foley, director of Ohio State University's election law program, cautioning that a 133-year-old law that has never been used to settle a disputed election has "almost unintelligible" guidelines.

As the election draws closer, questions are being asked about the likelihood of President Donald Trump disputing the results of the election if he loses.

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2020 Election

Russian state media encouraging Trump to let protests go on to ‘terrorize’ white people into voting for him: report

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According to a report from the Daily Beast's Russia expert Julia Davis, the violence and turmoil on the streets of the U.S. is "bringing considerable joy to Vladimir Putin’s Russia," that the state media hopes it goes on for an extended period of time -- believing it will help Donald Trump's re-election chances.

Noting that Evgeny Popov, host of Russia's version of "60 Minutes" deplored what is going on in America, stating, "Russia doesn’t have such levels of poverty as the United States. Russia doesn’t have any cities the police cannot enter. Not one. I can name at least ten such cities in America. Ten no-go cities for the police, which they can enter only in APC’s (Armored Personnel Carriers) and fully armed,” Davis stated that the press is taking Trump's side over the protesters.

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