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Trump attacks Fed chair, pushes back on recession fears

CBS News Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Donald Trump is lashing out at Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell as the bond market drives fears of an oncoming recession. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid, Washington Post economics correspondent Heather Long and Yahoo News White House correspondent Hunter Walker spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about what's driving the president's moves.
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Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time during COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time during COVID-19 pandemic

The US President had previously sent mixed signals about wearing masks, recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus.View on euronews

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Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time [Video]

Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time

Donald Trump wore a mask during a visit to a military hospital, the first time the US president has been seen in public with the type of facial covering recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading coronavirus.

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Fed Chair To Congress: Do These Three Things Now To Save The US Economy

The US Federal Reserve is expected to remain apolitical and stay out of the business of Congress. Even so, President Donald Trump has repeatedly jeered at Fed Chair Jerome Powell, even going so far as to call him 'an enemy of the state.' Nevertheless, Business Powell stuck his neck out in a Congressional hearing this week, calling for more government intervention in the economy.

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Shares Drop As Wall Street Waits For Fed's Take On US Economy [Video]

Shares Drop As Wall Street Waits For Fed's Take On US Economy

Investors on Tuesday paused ahead of a Federal Reserve Meeting that could reveal the Fed's view on recent signs of economic recovery. No major policy announcements are expected when the US central bank's meeting wraps up on Wednesday. However, investors will scrutinize its remarks on the health of the economy, which has been reopening slowly after coronavirus-related closures. According to Reuters, the S&P 1500 airlines index declined 8.5% on Tuesday.

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Wall Street climbs on economic recovery hopes [Video]

Wall Street climbs on economic recovery hopes

Wall Street bounced higher on Tuesday thanks to the combination of a historic retail sales figure, comments from the Fed chief, a positive study on a possible COVID-19 treatment and hopes for an infrastructure plan. Conway G. Gittens has the details.

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Powell: strength, pace of recovery depends on virus [Video]

Powell: strength, pace of recovery depends on virus

A full U.S. economic recovery will not occur until the American people are sure that the novel coronavirus epidemic has been brought under control, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told Congress on Tuesday. Conway G. Gittens has more of his testimony.

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Tuesday testified before the Senate Banking Committee and said that the U.S. economy appears to be entering the second phase of reopening assuming the virus remains under control.

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Jobless claims decline but millions still out of work [Video]

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Layoffs in the United States are abating, but millions who lost their jobs because of COVID-19 continue to draw unemployment benefits, suggesting the labor market could take years to heal from the pandemic even as businesses resume hiring workers. Conway G. Gittens breaks down the numbers.

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White House Exults At Trump's Commutation Of Stone's Sentence [Video]

White House Exults At Trump's Commutation Of Stone's Sentence

Political operative and bagman for President Donald Trump, Roger Stone remains a convicted felon. He lied to Congress about foreign interference in the 2016 election and pressured a witness to do the same. Nevertheless, CNN reports Trump commuted Stone's 40-month sentence on Friday. Roger Stone has already suffered greatly. He was treated very unfairly, as were many others in this case.

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Trump's plan for 'dreamers' will not include amnesty -WH [Video]

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U.S. President Donald Trump's planned executive order on immigration will not include amnesty for migrants who are in the United States illegally but arrived in the country as children, a White House spokesman said on Friday. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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Donald Trump commutes sentence of former adviser Roger Stone [Video]

Donald Trump commutes sentence of former adviser Roger Stone

US President Donald Trump has commuted the sentence of his former adviser Roger Stone.The move came just days before Stone was due to report to prison to serve 40 months for crimes related to the Russia investigation.The White House confirmed the commuting of the sentence in a statement, saying Stone was a victim of the Russia “hoax”.

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#BoycottGoya takes off after CEO's Trump praise [Video]

#BoycottGoya takes off after CEO's Trump praise

[NFA] Robert Unanue, the CEO of the Hispanic staple food maker Goya Foods, praised President Donald Trump on Thursday at the White House which swiftly led to backlash on Twitter. Colette Luke has more.

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Goya CEO's Praise Of Trump Sparks Boycott [Video]

Goya CEO's Praise Of Trump Sparks Boycott

Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue recently praised President Donald Trump in a visit to the White House. The move angered shoppers. Prominent Hispanic American leaders called for a boycott of Goya products. On "Fox & Friends," Unanue said "it was good to talk to some friends," and he called the boycott movement "suppression of speech." President Trump is unpopular among Hispanic Americans. He's trailing Joe Biden by 36% among Latinos.

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Bill Gates Talks About Vaccine Conspiracy Theories [Video]

Bill Gates Talks About Vaccine Conspiracy Theories

Business Insider reports that Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has been the center of bizarre vaccination conspiracy theories. In a call with reporters Wednesday Gates said it's "almost hard to deny" the conspiracy theories surrounding him and vaccines "because it's so stupid." Misinformation has been circulating claiming that Gates is behind a plot to use vaccines to implant microchips in people. A Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that 28% of Americans wrongly believe this.

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Survey Shows 44 Percent Of Republicans Believe Bill Gates Conspiracy Theory [Video]

Survey Shows 44 Percent Of Republicans Believe Bill Gates Conspiracy Theory

A survey by Yahoo News and YouGov, shed light on a baseless conspiracy theory. The survey showed that 44 percent of Republicans think Bill Gates wants to abuse COVID-19 vaccinations. These Republicans think Gates wants to implant location-tracking microchips into people through the vaccines. President Donald Trump said he’s “very confident” a coronavirus vaccine will be done by the end of 2020. According to Business Insider, experts predict a vaccine will take 12 to 18 months to develop.

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