(NPR) Trump On Defensive Over White Supremacist Group After Debate Comments

Trump On Defensive Over White Supremacist Group After Debate Comments


Trump On Defensive Over White Supremacist Group After Debate Comments

President Trump answers questions about his remarks in Tuesday’s presidential debate about white supremacist groups after many congressional Republicans suggested he needed to be clearer denouncing the movement.

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Trump On Defensive Over White Supremacist Group After Debate Comments



President Trump attempted to walk back his comments about the Proud Boys, a right-wing group he declined to disavow in Tuesday night’s presidential debate. Some GOP lawmakers urged him to clarify.


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Pelosi and Mnuchin have ‘extensive’ talks on COVID-19 relief

Nation
Sep 30

Pelosi and Mnuchin have ‘extensive’ talks on COVID-19 relief

By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press

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WATCH LIVE: Trump holds campaign rally in Minnesota a day after first presidential debate

Politics
Sep 30

WATCH LIVE: Trump holds campaign rally in Minnesota a day after first presidential debate

By Steve Peoples, Will Weissert, Kevin Freking, Associated Press

(NPR) Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes For Next Time

Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes For Next Time


Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes For Next Time

A broadcast of the first debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is played on TVs at The Abbey in West Hollywood, Calif.

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Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes For Next Time



After a presidential debate plagued by interruptions and cross-talk — mostly from President Trump — many voters and journalists asked whether more could have been done to stop the chaos.


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WATCH: Justice Department announces largest healthcare fraud takedown

Health
Sep 30

The FBI was justified in opening its investigation into ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia and did not act with political bias, despite “serious performance failures” up the bureau’s chain of command, the Justice Department's internal watchdog said in a highly anticipated report Monday. Photo by REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

WATCH: Justice Department announces largest healthcare fraud takedown

By Associated Press

(NPR) Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes Before Next Debate

Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes Before Next Debate


Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes Before Next Debate

A broadcast of the first debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is played on TVs at The Abbey in West Hollywood, Calif.

Mario Tama/Getty Images


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Debate Organizers Say They Will Make Format Changes Before Next Debate



After a presidential debate plagued by interruptions and cross-talk — mostly from President Trump — many voters and journalists asked whether more could have been done to stop the chaos.


Recap: 1st Trump-Biden Debate Ends With Many Insults, Little Substance

Trump’s Calls For Poll Watchers Raises Fears About Voter Intimidation

Analysis: Trump Derails 1st Presidential Debate With Biden, And 5 Other Takeaways