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Monday November 30th, 2020 morning edition

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'This is propaganda': Fox News' Maria Bartiromo slammed for 'softball' Trump interview.

Show Caption Hide Caption Fox News cuts away from Trump campaign news conference Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto interrupted a Trump campaign news conference after election fraud allegations.

Following Sunday morning's Fox News interview with Donald Trump – his first since the election – anchor Maria Bartiromo faced criticism for not challenging the president on his unsubstantiated claims of widespread election fraud.

"Maria Bartiromo is not interviewing the President (right now).

Bartiromo began their call by asking Trump to back up his claims of election fraud.

CNN media reporter Oliver Darcy later called Bartiromo a "propagandist," likening her to conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones.

"Trump is lying about the election on Fox Business and Maria Bartiromo is letting him lie," wrote MSNBC senior producer Kyle Griffin. »

Your Local Bookstore Wants You to Know That It’s Struggling

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“We had business from different states we had never seen before,” said Alyson Jones Turner, who owns the store with her mother, Janet Webster Jones.

“Our being able to walk now has a lot to do with that moment.”.

Of those who answered, about a third said their sales were down 40 percent or more for the year. »

Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives at Chicago's O'Hare Airport: Source

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The very first batch of COVID-19 vaccines arrived at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on a United Airlines flight from Brussels, Belgium, NBC News has learned.

As reported Saturday, a source said "United Airlines has already flown its first chartered cargo flight to the United States from Brussels to Chicago with the vaccine on board.".

Advisors to the CDC plan to meet on Tuesday to vote on who should be the first to get the vaccine. »

U.S. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez raises $200K after battling Jagmeet Singh in hit video game Among Us

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A video game livestream session between federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and a U.S. lawmaker has raised more than $200,000 US in donations.

Singh responded: "It was awesome chatting with you about how we can build a better world.

'There's no way I'm going after AOC': Singh, Ocazio-Cortez square off News Video 0:47 NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez talked politics while playing Among Us on Twitch. »