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Democrats hope Trump's COVID medical misfortune is their political gain

October 7, 2020  •  Fox News

President Trump's hospitalization Friday with the deadly coronavirus could dramatically affect his political future, and even his policies, if history is any guide.

Usually, Americans have rallied around an ailing leader. But in this most divided of countries led by the most divisive president in modern times, universal empathy has not been forthcoming.

Most Democratic politicians have had the good sense to respond sympathetically to Trump's illness. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden immediately suspended negative advertisements about Trump, a gesture the Trump campaign has yet to reciprocate, and publicly wished his rival a speedy recovery.

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Trump's character, and our nation's

October 5, 2020  •  New York Daily News

The shock of Tuesday night's awfully chaotic and chaotically awful presidential debate has been replaced by news that President Trump and his wife have both tested positive for the coronavirus. Obviously, no one should be pleased that the man whose mishandling of the virus helped enable the death of more than 200,000 Americans has joined the ranks of the infected.

While we hope for the Trumps' return to health, the choice Americans now face in deciding between Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden has not changed. Neither has he.

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We face deadly threats that would make the coronavirus seem minor

September 20, 2020  •  The Hill

Threats to national security and prosperity have grown, both at home and abroad, in the 19 years since 9/11, the deadliest ever terrorist attacks on the United States.

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Beirut thrown into panic by massive new fire

September 11, 2020  •  Fox News

The cause of Thursday's massive fire at the port of Beirut — a month after blasts there killed 190, injured over 6,000, and destroyed much of the city's eastern coastal area — is still unknown. But the fire has re-traumatized Lebanese and again thrown the city into panic.

While Lebanon continues to disintegrate politically, it may well be sheer folly to expect peace or stability to erupt any time soon in this volatile, strategic region.

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Putin critic Alexei Navalny's poisoning cries out for Trump, European allies to act - quickly

September 7, 2020  •  Fox News

As Alexei Navalny lies in a medically induced coma in a Berlin hospital, battling for his life, the United States, Germany, and its other allies are debating how to respond to Russia's latest outrage – an attack on the country's leading dissident with a banned nerve agent.

This week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that tests at a military laboratory had "identified unequivocally" that the 44-year-old Navalny had been poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent Novichok and demanded that Russia account for what she called his "attempted murder."

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