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One of the most reliable indicators of reelection looks ominous for Trump

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
One of the most predictable indicators of whether a president is reelected, the strength of the economy in the second quarter of the election year, is offering a grim outlook for President Trump's prospects in November. CBS News White House reporter Kathryn Watson joins CBSN to discuss.
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RCMP says letter containing ricin sent to White House

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Poison Pen? Ricin-Filled Mailer Sent To Trump

Law enforcement officials are looking for the person or people who sent a poison-filled package to US President Donald Trump. According to Newser, the package never even made it as far as the White House mailroom. It was flagged at an off-site sorting facility. The package contained ricin. It's a toxic compound made from castor beans that can be fatal if inhaled or ingested. Ricin has appeared in political terror schemes before, in the US and elsewhere.

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Somebody tried sending ricin to the White House, with the intent of having it received by President Trump ... this according to several reports. The NYT, CNN and..
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Authorities are investigating a package sent – but not delivered – to President Trump that contained the poison ricin

Officials are investigating a package sent to President Trump. It was screened off site and never made it to the White House.

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Ricin Is Said to Have Been Sent to White House

Federal investigators are working to track down who sent it and determine whether other envelopes have been sent through the postal system.
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