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Trump Woos Elderly, Covid-19 Roils Europe: Weekend Reads

7 days ago   |   By Bloomberg

U.S. President Donald Trump, trailing badly in opinion polls with just over two weeks before the election, is stepping up attempts to woo elderly voters and sharpening his rhetoric against Democratic rival Joe Biden by calling for Biden and his family to be jailed. European leaders are imposing more curbs to fight a resurgence in the coronavirus while trying to avoid the nationwide lockdowns that decimated their economies in the second quarter. In New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern led h
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