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Receiving Powerful Drug Cocktail and Tweetstorming, Bizarre Trump Behavior Called 'Especially Unhinged Today'
"Don't let the president's hysterical tweets distract you from the fact that he is refusing to provide Covid relief to American families and businesses unless he gets re-elected."
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with Amazon India Chief Amit Agarwal during the company's annual Smbhav event at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium on January 16, 2020 in New Delhi, India. (Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint via Getty Images) News
'How Their Rotten System Works': Global Billionaire Wealth Surged to Record $10.2 Trillion Amid Covid-19 Catastrophe
"The super-rich got even richer while millions of people around the world lost their jobs."
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We need more transparency, to make rich Africans who hide their wealth in tax havens, but especially multinationals, pay. (Photo: Oxfam International) Views
Faced With COVID-19, Africa Shouldn’t Worry About Debt, But How to Make Tax Evaders Pay
That is why we are advocating for the introduction of a minimum global effective corporate tax rate of 25 percent.
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It’s not his DNA, of which he’s so inordinately proud, it’s the DNA of our legal code that protects dangerous Donald.  (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
If the President Had HIV He Could Be in Prison
Trump’s adopted state of Florida has half a dozen HIV criminalization laws on the books, under which 266 people have been convicted.
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The wax figure of US President Donald Trump stands behind a barrier and signs saying "Keep your distance from quarantine" at Madame Tussauds Berlin. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB (Photo: Britta Pedersen/picture alliance via Getty Images) Views
Trump Is the Grotesque Id of the Ruling Elites. His Disease Is Theirs – and Ours
This national soul-sickness may have begun with the wealthy and powerful, but it’s up to us to cure it—in ourselves, and in each other.
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Former CDC Chief Urges Current Director to Publicly Denounce Trump Handling of Pandemic as 'Slaughter'
"Despite the White House spin attempts, this will go down as a colossal failure of the public health system of this country. The biggest challenge in a century and we let the country down."
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'Telling All Working Drop Dead': Trump Ended Covid Relief Talks After McConnell Said Republicans Wouldn't Vote for Deal
"Trump is turning his back on you," said Rep. Pramila Jayapal. "He doesn't care about workers and families. He only cares about himself."
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The wax figure of U.S. President Donald Trump stands behind a barrier and signs saying "Keep a distance from quarantine" at Madame Tussauds Berlin. (Photo: Britta Pedersen/picture alliance via Getty Images) News
'What an Anti-Everybody Agenda Looks Like': AOC Excoriates Trump for Walking Away From Covid-19 Relief Talks
"Millions falling into poverty, millions on the edge of eviction, millions going hungry, millions losing their healthcare and this megalomaniac dime store dictator puts his knee of the neck of a nation."
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The pandemic and anti-immigration policies haven’t stopped migration from Central America – they’ve just made conditions at the border more hazardous. (Photo: Herika Martinez/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Migrant Caravans Restart as Pandemic Deepens the Humanitarian Crisis at the US-Mexico Border
A continuation of dehumanizing and dangerous conditions on the border, with less public scrutiny than ever.
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Participants hold signs while protesting efforts made by President Donald Trump and Republican legislators to the repeal the Affordable Care Act at a demonstration in New York City on July 29, 2017. (Photo: Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
Successful GOP Repeal of ACA Would Strip Health Coverage From Millions and Give Top 0.1% a Massive Tax Cut—During a Pandemic
"If Trump gets the Supreme Court to strike down ACA, the richest 0.1% would get a tax cut of $198,000 a year, and Big Pharma would get a tax cut of $2.8 billion. But millions of seniors would pay billions more for prescription drugs, and 20 million would lose their health insurance."
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