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How Trump fumbled the coronavirus crisis and sabotaged his own reelection? WASHINGTON — President Trump delivered 2020’s State of the Union address on Feb. 4. It was a triumphant, blustery message that would serve as a preview of his reelection campaign. “Our borders are secure,” Trump said. “Our families are flourishing. Our values are renewed. Our pride is restored.” Nine months later, that message would seem like a dispatch from a distant planet.

Beijing ousts four democratically-elected lawmakers

The Standing Committee of National People’s Congress disqualified four pro-democracy lawmakers, alleging them “promoting or support Hong Kong independence, appealing to foreign interference, refuse to accept the Chinese Communist Party’s rule over Hong Kong, and endangering national security”.

The lawmakers who lost their seats included Civic Party leader Alvin Yeung, party members Dennis Kwok and Kwok Ka-ki, as well as Kenneth Leung from the accountancy constituency. The four have been high-profiled lawmakers in local media for their efforts to safeguarding freedom and democracy in the city. The pro-democratic lawmakers announced later today that they would resign en mass.

Widespread Voter Fraud Continue to Unfold In Several States Across the US

Widespread Voter Fraud Continue to Unfold In Several States Across the US

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Iran’s Rouhani says Trump administration ‘abjectly struck down’


Tehran, Iran – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said the Trump administration, which he alleged aimed to overthrow Iran, has been “abjectly struck down” by its own people in the 2020 US elections.

In a televised cabinet speech on Wednesday, Rouhani said the current American leader, who has been projected as the loser of the presidential elections but has refused to concede, was goaded into abandoning the Iran nuclear deal “with childish and delusional conceptions”.

Raising hopes for a major victory in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech have said their experimental vaccine may be 90 percent effective at preventing COVID-19.

The announcement on Monday reverberated across the world, with stock markets surging to new records and political leaders welcoming the late-stage trial results – even as scientists and doctors cautioned many questions remained unanswered and warned any celebration would be premature.

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