More Than Half A Million United States Children Have Been Diagnosed WIth Covid-19

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United States coronavirus deaths are near 190,000 with more than 6.3 million coronavirus cases. More than half a million United States children have been diagnosed with Covid-19 as 16 biggest school districts start class today. Trump says that the country is doing a "great job" with the coronavirus as the death toll nears 190,000 in the United States. Fauci again contradicts Trump and says that the vaccine is unlikely to be ready by election day but may be ready by the end of the year.

Cyberattack forces Hartford, CT public schools to postpone online and in-person learning.

There was no social distancing and few masks ahead of Trump's rally in North Carolina, as local GOP official are urging Trump to wear a mask.

Sources are saying that Trump was visibly distressed over fallout from report that he privately mocked war dead. Trump says "If I have to, I would" spend my own money to fund campaign... "whatever it takes" to win. Trump says that "the top people in the Pentagon" don't like me because "they want to do nothing but fight wars." Trump and Biden trade barbs over each other's abilities. Michael Cohen says that Trump will do "anything and everything" to stay in office.

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