The Daily Populous

Thursday September 10th, 2020 morning edition

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"I wanted to always play it down," the president told Woodward.

The book features a series of other controversial revelations, citing current and former administration officials.

"You would think that the family, or Republicans, would have some kinds of intervention," Pelosi, a California Democrat, said, responding to the president's remarks in an interview with MSNBC.

The Speaker argued that Republicans in Congress will have "doggie doo on their shoes" for the rest of their lives because they enabled the president.

Republican lawmakers, as Pelsoi highlighted, have largely defended the president throughout his tenure in the White House.

Pelosi said that Trump's taped remarks showed his "weakness," arguing that it represented that he didn't know how to "cope with the challenge to our country."

As of Wednesday afternoon, more than 6.3 million Americans have been confirmed infected by COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. »

Tesla Can Detect Aftermarket Hacks Designed to Defeat EV Performance Paywalls

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The battle between automakers and aftermarket tuners is a war that has been waged for quite some time.

Electric vehicles have opened up a new front—manufacturers like Tesla can now create lower- and higher-performance versions of the exact same car using nothing but software.

Ingenext is a Canadian company focused on activating the latent performance and comfort features baked-in to Tesla vehicles. »

Home Depot cancels Black Friday

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New York (CNN) Black Friday as you know it is gone this year at Home Depot.

The home improvement retailer said it's just taking a different approach to the annual one-day deep discounts bonanza that occurs the day after Thanksgiving.

Home Depot HD Instead of a single day,said it will offer Black Friday discounts for two months, beginning in early November through December. »

Trump chose to downplay coronavirus, according to Woodward book 'Rage'

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Trump knew the coronavirus was 'deadly stuff' but chose to downplay it, according to recordings revealed in new Woodward book.

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump told journalist Bob Woodward that he knew the coronavirus was more deadly and contagious than the flu while he continued to downplay its dangers to the public, according to Woodward's new book "Rage.".

Trump told Woodward in May that he didn't recall O'Brien saying that, but said, "I'm sure he said it. »