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Trump planning campaign event at the White House

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Donald Trump insisted on Thursday he was ready to resume campaign rallies and felt “perfect” only one week after his Covid-19 diagnosis.

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Sidelined from the trail because of his bout with coronavirus, President Donald Trump is planning to hold a campaign event at the White House this weekend, a person with knowledge of the event told USA TODAY.

Trump expects to speak from a balcony at the White House on Saturday, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Details were not immediately clear.

Planning for the event comes as the White House has been criticized for hosting an official ceremony last weekend on the South Lawn from which many attendees later tested positive for the virus. Dr. Anthony Fauci described that event, to mark the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, as a “super spreader.”

Trump has also faced criticism

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Biden campaign wants one debate delay and rejects Trump proposal to reschedule third debate

The campaigns for President Trump and Joe Biden both called on the Commission on Presidential Debates to postpone the next scheduled debate by a week after the president said that he would not participate in a virtual version of the event.

But Biden campaign rejected the Trump team’s proposal reschedule the third and final presidential debate, indicating that Biden will one agree to face off against Trump one more time.

Both called for the Oct. 15 town hall-style debate to take place on Oct. 22 — the date of the third and final scheduled one-on-one debate slated to take place in Nashville, Tennessee. But Trump’s campaign also called for the Oct. 22 debate to also be pushed back a week, to Oct. 29.

Top Biden aide Kate Bedingfield rejected that proposal.

“Donald Trump doesn’t make the debate schedule; the Debate Commission does,” she said in a statement on Thursday.

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CEOs Are Working With PressRelease.com to Easily Plan a Consistent, Cost-Effective Press Release Campaign Strategy

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SARASOTA, Fla. – October 8, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

For CEOs leading and navigating their organizations through a post-COVID economy, there can be a lot to manage. PressRelease.com developed its wire distribution solutions to serve the needs of CEOs by providing an easy-to-use, affordable press release distribution service that can help them grow online visibility, improve online search performance, and get recognition within their respective industry.

“PressRelease.com was designed to help leaders get the job of implementing a media and marketing strategy done quickly and easily,” says Erik Rohrmann, COO at PressRelease.com. “With everything going on in the current state of the economy, things like media outreach and media and marketing initiatives can often get overlooked. With PressRelease.com, campaigns can be easily planned well in advance to ensure consistent business

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How Realtors Can Turn Around A Failing Online Marketing Campaign

Sam Mehrbod (Ph.D.) is a Top Producer Realtor, Investor, and CEO at Roomvu, an engine built for Realtors to convert their audience to leads.

In 2017, I co-founded a marketing platform for real estate agents. As a real estate insider and from my several years of experience as a realtor, I know agents’ pain: The business is rewarding, but it’s highly competitive. This is what makes effective marketing so important.

At the end of the day, I’ve found that many real estate agents tend to use Google and Facebook for advertising, just like any other small business. And every agent knows they have to educate their audience. In their online advertising, for example, they know they should elaborate more on the benefits of working with them and such.

But do people get the same impression from marketing initiatives like before? Seeing an endless stream of ads and content

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Why Peloton’s new ad campaign works better than last year’s

  • When Peloton released its holiday commercial last December, viewers cringed at its awkwardness and took to social media to ridicule the company.
  • Peloton took note and released a new ad campaign this week that features real riders ranging in body type, race, and location. A narrator explains “why they ride,” as the viewer sees the bike tucked into real homes.
  • Alixandra Barasch, an assistant professor of marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business, breaks down why Peloton’s new campaign is so powerful, what the fitness brand learned from previous mistakes, and how other companies can apply these lessons to their branding.  
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

When Peloton released its holiday commercial last December, in which a man gifts his wife a bike and she records a year’s worth of workouts, viewers cringed at its awkwardness and took to social media to ridicule the company. They

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For kids to stay in school, adults need to buy in to COVID-19 health rules, new Billings campaign says | Local News

The campaign comes as Yellowstone County Health Officer John Felton has said new rules will issued if Billings can’t halt the increase in its new cases, and as health providers issued a plea for people for people to follow health precautions. 

The push is backed by groups including the Billings Chamber of Commerce, St. Vincent Healthcare, Billings Clinic, RiverStone Health, Big Sky Economic Development, Visit Billings, Billings Public Schools, Billings Catholic Schools, Montana State University Billings, Rocky Mountain College, and the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools. 

Whether school buildings should remain open has been a topic of academic and practical debate. Education and health experts have made evidence-backed cases for both sides.

Schools offer critical in-person services for kids, and there was significant concern about student mental and emotional health during spring shutdowns. However, school buildings have the potential to become hotbeds of COVID-19 spread if safety measures like

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Swiss government opposes responsible business initiative campaign

ZURICH, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Switzerland’s government urged voters on Tuesday to reject a plan to hold Swiss-based companies responsible by law for human rights and environmental abuses abroad, saying the campaign by activists went too far.

Proponents of the “responsible business initiative” want Swiss companies to apply mandatory due diligence to identify risks to people and the environment in all their business, even involving suppliers abroad, and let victims seek redress in Switzerland.

The public will vote on the initiative in a referendum on Nov. 29 under the country’s system of direct democracy.

Switzerland is home to a number of multinationals, from Nestle to commodities trading house Glencore. Many businesses reject the proposed changes saying they would lead to a flood of legal cases.

“The government too wants better protection of human rights and the environment. But for the government, this initiative is the wrong path,” the justice ministry

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Prop 24 Campaign Treasurer Launches FPPC Complaint Against Opposition For Hiding Payments To Consultant Marva Diaz

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today YES on Prop 24 Co-Author and Campaign Treasurer Rick Arney filed a complaint against “California Consumer and Privacy Advocates Against Prop 24” for violating campaign laws and failing to disclose payments for services provided by consultant Marva Diaz of Marva Diaz Strategies, who records show has been working for the opposition campaign since July.  Campaign finance reports also show that the opposition campaign is running up debt owed to other consultants with $108,000 in unpaid invoices, even before ballots have been mailed to voters.

“It’s clear that the opponents to consumer privacy have been running a smoke and mirrors campaign to deceive voters,” said Yes on Prop 24 Campaign Treasurer Rick Arney. “They need to be held accountable for the deceptive campaign they’ve been running and for hiding the finances of their campaign. It’s important that voters see what’s behind

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Rep. Roger Williams discusses reelection campaign for District 25

U.S. Rep. Roger Williams (R-25) joined Ashley Goudeau to discuss why he’s seeking another term in the U.S. House of Representatives.

AUSTIN, Texas — Gov. Greg Abbott is being sued by top members of his own party over his decision to extend early voting, and U.S. Rep. Roger Williams sat down with KVUE Political Anchor Ashley Goudeau to discuss the race to represent U.S. House District 25. 

Three things to know in Texas politics

Gov. Greg Abbott is calling on Texas lawmakers to create new laws to punish violent protestors. The governor was joined by Texas Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton) at a campaign event in Dallas on Thursday, where he said he wants lawmakers to increase penalties for people who destroy property, hurt others and injure or target police officers during protests. 

Gov. Abbott proposes felonies for rioting, causing injury or destroying property

Former judge weighs

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Trump’s 2020 campaign strategy: psychological warfare (Opinion)

During the third presidential debate in 2016, candidate Donald Trump made headlines for refusing to answer Fox News journalist Chris Wallace, who was moderating, on whether he would accept the result of the upcoming election. “I will look at it at the time. I will keep you in suspense,” he said, claiming the race was already fixed against him. “That’s not how democracy works,” replied his opponent, Hillary Clinton, who went on to win the popular vote but lose the election.



a man smiling for the camera: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses delegates at the end of the last day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. / AFP / Timothy A. CLARY    (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)


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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses delegates at the end of the last day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. / AFP / Timothy A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Four years later, here we are again. President Trump, once more, baselessly claims the entire electoral system is “rigged” to favor his adversary, now

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