December 23, 2020

If it’s Wednesday, it’s another day of uncertainty under the Trump administration. Trump’s rejection of the measly relief bill actually is welcome news to many suffering Americans and frustrated Democrats. Yet, will Trump’s objection to sign the bill prove to be a tipping point in how the GOP reveres him? The bad job situation coupled with the pandemic led to a surprising population impact that no one saw coming; Can DACA activists convince a judge to wait until Biden takes office before deciding on the future of the program? One billionaire is making a disturbing prediction for the country if one particular gap isn’t narrowed; and Scientists invent a new glue that could be the strongest ever. Go beyond the headlines…

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