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Opinion: Trump is facing what he dreads

Declaring in 2016 that "I alone can fix it," Donald Trump made the country's fate all about him. He promised so much "winning" we'd get sick of it, and asked "What have you got to lose?" As President he made everything into a fight between Team Trump (good) and everyone else (bad). He bullied those he couldn't persuade and even survived an impeachment trial. But now, confronted with a pandemic, an economic crisis, and a moment of reckoning over racism, the limit of the president's method is obvious, and he seems on the brink of becoming the thing he most dreads: A loser.

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Opinion: Why isn't Tubman on the $20 bill yet?

Money talks. It's an adage ingrained in the minds of the American consumer. Our country's wealth speaks volumes when the US asserts its prominence on the global stage, and our President's wealth was touted as a credential for his candidacy during the 2016 election.

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Opinion: Trump's Tulsa rally was a flop

President Donald Trump couldn't wait. His presidency is nosediving, with bad news erupting all around him. His answer was Tulsa, a campaign rally in blood-red Oklahoma, the state he won by a crushing 36 points in 2016.

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Protester warns those who don't vote

In 2016, President Trump won the state of Wisconsin with just 23,000 votes. CNN's Jeff Zeleny speaks to voters in Milwaukee as protests continue to heat up and spill into the 2020 election.

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Let's dispel the biggest myth of the 2016 election

• Analysis: Why the Donald Trump-West Point ramp story actually matters • Trump defends cautious walk down ramp, which raised questions about his health • Opinion: The remarkable idiocy of holding a Trump rally in Tulsa

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U.S. safety board wants to strengthen air transport rules for prototype lithium batteries

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on Monday urged strengthening air cargo shipping requirements for prototype and low-production lithium-ion batteries after a 2016 FedEx delivery truck fire in Canada, saying existing rules pose a "danger to all those involved in the transportation of these batteries, on the ground and in the air."

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