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    President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnunchin News Conference on the Economy

    President Trump held a news conference with reporters at the White House. He reacted to the latest jobs report, which showed the U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs while the unemployment rate fell to 11.1 percent in June. The president also addressed the administration’s response to the recent surge in coronavirus cases. He was joined by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow, who answered reporters' questions about the economy and additional coronavirus relief legislation. The president did not answer questions.

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    South Dakota Senate Debate

    South Dakota’s U.S. Senate candidates, incumbent Senator John Thune (R) and Jay Williams (D), participated in a debate ahead of Election Day. The two candidates answered questions on a variety of topics, including tax reform, immigration policy, the vetting process for refugees and trade policy.

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    Joe Biden on COVID-19 and the Economy

    Joe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, delivered remarks in Wilmington, Delaware, on COVID-19 and reopening the nation’s economy. In addition to criticizing President Trump’s response to the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, Mr. Biden announced the release of an updated five-point plan aimed at safely reopening businesses while preventing spread of the disease. Following his remarks, he answered a number of questions from reporters on a variety of topics, including foreign policy and the removal of Confederate-era statues and monuments throughout the U.S. During the question-and-answer session, Mr. Biden said he was “looking forward” to facing President Trump in debates.

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    South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Coronavirus Town Hall

    South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R), along with other state officials, participated in a town hall on South Dakota Public Broadcasting, taking questions on the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Several topics were discussed, including the state’s mitigation efforts, the medical equipment needed for the state, the impact the virus has had on their economy, and the state being used for hydroxychloroquine trials. They also discussed the coronavirus outbreak at the Smithfield meatpacking plant, in which 518 employees tested positive, as well as 126 close contacts of those employees who also tested positive for the virus. When asked about a statewide “stay-at-home” order, Governor Noem said that she was looking at the data, but “it just hasn’t been an appropriate move for South Dakota.”

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    South Dakota Gubernatorial Debate

    South Dakota gubernatorial candidates, U.S. Representative Kristi Noem (R), Billie Sutton (D), and Kurt Evans (L), took part in a debate.

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    Joe Biden Roundtable on Reopening the Economy

    Former Vice President Joe Biden, the 2020 presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, helds a roundtable on reopening the economy at Carlette’s Hideaway, a soul food restaurant and bar in Yeadon, Pennsylvania.

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    Joe Biden Speaks in Darby, Pennsylvania

    Joe Biden, the 2020 presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, delivered remarks on reopening the nation’s economy amid the coronavirus pandemic in Darby, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. During his remarks, the former vice president called on President Trump and Congress to extend support for businesses and workers affected by the pandemic, and to continue expanding access to testing and contact tracing as restrictions on businesses continued to lift around the country. Mr. Biden’s remarks came after he met with small business owners elsewhere in southeast Pennsylvania earlier in the afternoon.

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    President Trump Delivers Remarks at Student Convention

    President Trump spoke at a rally with students hosted by Turning Point USA in Phoenix, Arizona. “Ten years is a long time to spend in prison,” said the president while alluding to the punishment for protestors who damage monuments or attempt to take down statues. President Trump also talked about the coronavirus and testing, the border wall, and the economy.

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    Open Phones

    Viewers discussed news stories of interest to them. Ms. Seiffert updated the School Bus tour in Hawaii.

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