Bash: What we just saw from the President was propaganda

CNN's Dana Bash called President Donald Trump's coronavirus briefing "propaganda" after Trump contradicted his CDC director about the effectiveness of masks and the timeline of vaccine distribution.
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Democrats Target Political Interference in COVID Response With New Bill
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Topics for first presidential debate announced by moderator Chris Wallace
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Spotted lanternflies threatening apple orchards in Pennsylvania
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The first episode focuses on Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers.
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Portland Resident to Protesters: ‘You Don’t Represent This Motherf***er,’ ‘You Don’t Live Here’
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Backcountry takes up to 60 percent off winter clothing for new sale
Cooler weather is finally here and we know you’re starting to stock up on all your winter essentials. But if you’ve been struggling to find all the items you need, then we have the sale for you. Backcountry is taking up to 60% off its winter apparel, sporting equipment and more during its No Reservations Sale....
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