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How tariffs on Mexican imports could affect what you pay for vegetables and cars

CLOSE Stocks tumbled on Wall Street Friday after the U.S. announced plans to expand its trade war to Mexico. (May 31) APAn American economy and shopper already bracing for an escalation in the U.S. trade war with China was hit by an equally damaging blow this week when President Trump unexpectedly ratcheted up his battle…

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Stocks tumbled on Wall Street Friday after the U.S. announced plans to expand its trade war to Mexico. (May 31)
APAn American economy and shopper already bracing for an escalation in the U.S. trade war with China was hit by an equally damaging blow this week when President Trump unexpectedly ratcheted up his battle with Mexico.From produce to cars, a wide variety of Mexican goods could become more expensive if Trump follows through on his threat to hit Mexican imports with tariffs that soon could climb to 25%. Trump wants to pressure Mexico into doing more to halt the flow of Central American migrants to the U.S. via the Mexican border.The tariffs, set to begin June 10, would gradually climb to 25% on October 1 if Mexico doesn’t take steps “to dramatically reduce or eliminate” the number of migrants, Trump said on Thursday. Such a strategy would hurt American shoppers, the economy and stocks, experts say, just as U.S. growth is slowing and the threat of more tariffs on Chinese imports looms larger, experts say.USA Today economics reporter Paul Davidson breaks down the potential impact.On June 10th, the United States will impose a 5% Tariff on all goods coming into our Country from Mexico, until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP. The Tariff will gradually increase until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied,..— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 30, 2019How much does the U.S. import from Mexico?Mexico is the second-largest exporter to the U.S. behind China, shipping $346.5 billion in goods to the country in 2018, up 10.3% from 2017. Top imports are vehicles, machinery, TVs, furniture, appliances and agricultural products such as avocados and other vegetables, and beer and wine.Can Trump legally use tariffs to prod Mexico on immigration?The International Emergency Economic Powers act of 1977 does give the president the authority to impose tariffs in a national emergency. Trump has said he regards the influx of migrants through Mexico as such a crisis, using it to justify a shutdown of the Mexican border earlier this year. But Fred Bergsten, co-founding president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, says that claim is dubious and almost certainly would be challenged in court. Even if the border crossings represent an emergency, it’s highly questionable that Mexico could stop them, he says. A federal judge could order the tariffs removed while the case is hashed out in court, Bergsten says.How much would prices go up?A 5% tariff would likely be absorbed by retailers and manufacturers. But much of a 25% tariff likely would be passed on to shoppers, Bergsten figures, increasing costs by up $86 billion across the economy. The Trade Partnership, a research group, thinks the overall total of tariffs will be less simply because U.S. retailers and manufacturers will buy less product from Mexico because of the duties.Let’s break it down. How about car prices?While a 5% tariff could have no effect, prices could go up by several thousand dollars per model in the worst case scenario — permanent 25% tariffs, says Jeff Schuster, president of global vehicle forecasting at LMC Automotive.Thank you! You’re almost signed up for Keep an eye out for an email to confirm your newsletter registration.For example, a $30,000 vehicle imported from Mexico would suddenly be hit with $7,500 in duties. How much automakers pass on to car buyers depends on how long the tariffs last, he says.Tariffs on all Mexican imports could hurt U.S. consumers (Photo: Mark Wilson / Getty Images)Key models imported from Mexico to the U.S. include, for example, the second- and third-most popular models in America: Fiat Chrysler’s Ram pickup and GM’s Chevrolet Silverado pickup. Automakers would want to avoid major spikes in individual models, choosing instead to spread out the costs across their entire lineup.All told, Deutsche Bank projected an average price increase of about $1,300 per vehicle. “For the consumer I think initially it’s a wait and see, but it could become costly,” Schuster said.And car parts would be affected, too. “So even holding on to an existing vehicle will become more expensive,” according to the Center for Automotive Research. Where else will shoppers feel the impact?One of the first places is the supermarket. Mexico sold U.S. grocers $26.2 billion worth of food in 2017. The produce section is especially vulnerable. Half of Mexican food imports are fruits and vegetables. Produce has a shorter shelf life than items like beer, so U.S. supermarkets will start paying them faster than products that may be sitting in a warehouse. Supermarkets may try to mitigate higher Mexican imports by buying some imports from other countries – but that’s harder to do for some categories: Almost 95% of imported strawberries come from Mexico. Supermarkets may also try to blunt the higher costs of some items by raising prices of higher-volume staples that are less affected. So even though 7% of banana imports come from Mexico, a grocer might raise those prices slightly to keep from raising avocado prices (almost 90% of imports from Mexico) too sharply.What else on store shelves?Beer. Mexico is a top exporter of beers thanks to the popularity of brands like Corona, Modelo and Dos Equis. The U.S. imported $3.2 billion worth of Mexican beer in 2017. Mexico also exported more than $1.3 billion in Tequila and other liquors.Will this make my guacamole very expensive?Avocados imported from Mexico have become a mainstay of the American diet. For example, of the 51 million pounds in the U.S. the week of May 19, almost 37 million came from Mexico, according to the most recent data from the marketing group Avocados from Mexico.Phil Flynn, senior market analyst at the Price Futures Group in Chicago, said that while the proposed tariff is 5%, shoppers would end up paying 10% more at stores and, at least at the beginning, California avocados could cover some of it.Home prices: Pricey homes in these 15 US cities put them at risk of a housing crisisHit to the wallet: The expense nearly half of Americans think can bankrupt themWhat does this mean for my summer picnic?It depends on what you serve. The U.S. imports plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables besides avocados, including cucumbers, berries, tomatoes, lemons and limes. Phil Lempert, founder of supermarketguru.com, which tracks industry news and trends, says prices for all foods from Mexico could catapult to more than 20% higher.“What we’re going to see happen is Mexico, as we’ve seen with China, will find other partners (to sell) produce to, beer to, tequila to,” he said. “What I think will happen is that resource for us will dry up. We’ll have scarcity, so prices will go much higher than 5%.”How about electronics?“A lot of parts come out of China but a lot of production and assembly go on at the Mexican border,” says Sage Chandler, vice president for international trade policy at the Consumer Technology Association.Top consumer tech imports include desktop PCs and servers ($24.3 billion in 2018), TVs, ($8 billion) and refrigerators and freezers ($3.8 billion), the CTA says.Chandler says there’s a lot of confusion coming out of the White House. Would tariffs apply to products made in Mexico that come into the U.S. or anything that ships from Mexico regardless of its country of origin? And some tariffs could be applied, she says, on multiple occasions, as products or parts move back and forth across the border.Consumers are price sensitive when it comes to tech products, and consumer electronics companies could even cancel planned back-to-school promotions or deals tied to Amazon Prime Day, says Bernie Thompson, CEO of Plugable, a leading developer of docking stations and other computer peripherals.How would tariffs affect mall purchases?It’s unclear which goods would see the biggest price hikes as retailers often shy away from sharing pricing strategies for specific items in advance. However, Mexico’s textile exports to the U.S. are sizable. Produce, appliances and electronics and clothiers could be affected heavily if the tariffs were to occur, according to Daniel Martins, the founder of DM Martins Research.What would the effect be on the U.S. economy?A 25% tariff would reduce economic growth next year by seven-tenths of a percentage point, says economist Greg Daco of Oxford Economics. It would mean 600,000 fewer jobs. And that doesn’t include the impact of the tariffs Mexico would impose on U.S. exports in retaliation. Throw in that and proposed tariffs on another $300 billion in Chinese imports later this year and the spreading trade war could tip the country into recession.Why did Trump take this dramatic step?Besides pressuring China on illegal immigration, Goldman Sachs says Trump hopes the gambit prods Congress into finally passing the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, known as the new NAFTA. The administration earlier Thursday submitted the text of the deal to Congress, launching a process for lawmakers to vote on it.Could the strategy work?Bergsten says it could work by forcing Mexico to take more aggressive steps to curb the immigration. After all, exports to the U.S. make up about 30% of the Mexican economy, according to Oxford, and 25% tariffs are likely to topple that country into recession. It’s not clear, though, how well Mexico will respond to such a brass-knuckled approach, Bergsten says. Meanwhile, U.S. lawmakers have indicated the tariffs will only make them less likely to pass USMCA.“It’s very risky,” Bergsten says. “It could blow up the whole” trade agreement while burdening Americans with higher prices.How about stocks?The Dow Jones industrial average fell 354 points Friday, or 1.4%, as investors blindsided by the tariffs worried they could undercut the trade deal or even lead to a recession.Will Mexico retaliate?Mexican officials said they will respond strongly. So expect tariffs on virtually all US goods exports to Mexico if the U.S. hits Mexico with 25% duty. U.S. exports to Mexico totaled $265 billion last year. Among the leading products are machinery, cars and plastics. Mexico is the nation’s second-largest market for agricultural products, especially corn, soybeans, dairy and pork. That would compound the struggles of American manufacturers and farmers already hobbled by China’s tariffs.Contributors: Edward C. Baig, Dalvin Brown and Zlati Meyer in New York: Nathan Bomey in Virginia; and Alexander Coolidge in Cincinnati.Read or Share this story: https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/05/31/tariffs-trump-mexico-import-tariffs-could-hurt-consumers/1299579001/
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The role of first lady of the United States is one of the most visible public positions in the world. From the moment votes are counted, and often during campaigning in the preceding months, the spouse of a newly elected president is thrust into the spotlight, where she remains for the duration of his term.…

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The role of first lady of the United States is one of the most visible public positions in the world. From the moment votes are counted, and often during campaigning in the preceding months, the spouse of a newly elected president is thrust into the spotlight, where she remains for the duration of his term. Throughout history, we’ve witnessed the breadth and depth of scrutiny withstood by the women who have so far held the position. From her mannerisms, to her physical attributes, to the way she chooses to dress, the first lady is thoroughly examined by the public, the media and those surrounding her on the political stage. And this is even before people begin assessing the work she is expected to carry out as an unpaid, unofficial public servant. Many a first lady has felt the warm glow of public adoration, only to have it quickly flicker out when it is decided that she does not fit the image created for her. Image, in this case, isn’t just about clothing and looks, but also a more nuanced notion of the impression she’s thought to give off. It’s an air around her that is made of both physical and personal traits. And a number of first ladies have fallen victim to aspects of their image that have been both celebrated and weaponized, depending on the onlooking crowd. In “First Ladies,” a documentary series now airing on CNN, we see this paradox play out during six presidencies. The stories offer an ongoing reminder that a woman’s public image is inextricably linked to her success and the level of respect she receives from the outside world. “As a black woman, too, I knew I’d be criticized if I was perceived as being showy and high end, and I’d be criticized also if I was too casual.”Michelle ObamaSo, why do critical voices repeatedly pass such undeserved judgment on these women? Leah Wright Rigueur, a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, offers her answer early in an episode about Michelle Obama: First ladies are meant to be the “representation of American’s better selves.” When Americans elected their first Black president in 2008, the country’s first Black first lady Michelle Obama was, to many adoring fans, a symbol of hope, opportunity and change. Girls and women around the world looked up to this smart, determined woman from Chicago’s South Side who now lived in America’s most famous house. Michelle Obama poses for her official portrait in the Blue Room of the White House in February 2009. Credit: Joyce N. Boghosian/The White House/Getty ImagesBut her critics had a different take on her conviction and strength of character, and they were not afraid to make their often racist and sexist ideas known. On the campaign trail she was labeled “angry,” and her love and loyalty for America was questioned. During the first few months of the Obama presidency her preference for sleeveless looks also drew extraordinary criticism. It was a phenomenon recalled by Robin Givhan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion editor and critic-at-large for the Washington Post, during an interview for “First Ladies.” “People zeroed in on her arms because they were not the arms of a fragile damsel who was White,” she said in the episode about Obama. “Non-White Americans have for years looked at a White first lady and were still able to say that she represented them. But I think it becomes a much more challenging thing for some White Americans to look at a Black first lady and see themselves in her. Instead, they simply saw her as an alien.” By way of contrast, Jackie Kennedy had been mostly idolized for her beauty and style. While she did face flak from critics on the campaign trail for her expensive taste, from the moment she took to the stage on inauguration day in her now-iconic pillbox hat, Kennedy became the First Lady of Fashion. At age 31 — young enough to be the daughter of the departing Mamie Eisenhower — she was also seen as a symbol of youthful rejuvenation. She appeared on Capitol Hill for her husband’s inauguration like “the gorgeous petal in a dowdy bouquet of fur,” wrote historian Thurston Clarke in his 2004 book “Ask Not.” Jackie Kennedy on inauguration day in 1961. Credit: Leonard McCombe/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty ImagesAnd as journalist Evan Thomas notes during an interview for the CNN series, she “was the perfect prize of the WASP establishment.” “She also knew that the Kennedy family was using her,” Thomas added. “She once said, ‘the family treats me like, like a thing. Like an asset. Like Rhode Island.'”The designer behind Jackie Kennedy’s iconic pillbox hat Credit: CNN Films/HalstonComplex legaciesIf history had played out differently, Jackie Kennedy’s legacy might have been reduced to the story of a pretty object with a flair for interior design (she dedicated much of her time in the White House to renovating the official residence). Tragically, however, she had the opportunity to show the world what she was made of on the day of her husband’s assassination. Hours after President Kennedy was shot beside her, she made a powerful decision: to face the public again in the same blood-stained pink dress she had worn during the attack, famously telling her staff, “I want them to see what they’ve done to Jack.”President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie on November 22, 1963, just after their arrival at the airport for the fateful drive through Dallas. Credit: Art Rickerby/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty ImagesIt was a catastrophic moment in American history. And it was also a devastating example of the power of clothing: A dress can send a message. In Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming,” the former first lady reveals the lengths she went to when styling herself for public appearances, finding it impossible not to look across the room at her husband: “I sighed sometimes, watching Barack pull the same dark suit out of his closet and head off to work without even needing a comb,” she wrote. “His biggest fashion consideration for a public moment was whether to have his suit jacket on or off. Tie or no tie?”She also discussed the particular challenges she faced as an African American. “As a black woman, too, I knew I’d be criticized if I was perceived as being showy and high end, and I’d be criticized also if I was too casual. So I mixed it up. I’d match a high-end Michael Kors skirt with a T-shirt from Gap. I wore something from Target one day and Diane von Furstenberg the next.”She knew society wouldn’t bend for her. So, in a move that was at once inspiring and saddening, she bent to fit society. But Michelle Obama won in the end. Her layered legacy, which will be defined by her work around issues of health, education and race, also acknowledges how graciously she used her platform to celebrate young, diverse fashion designers alongside the more established set. She wore Jason Wu, Prabal Gurung and Tracy Reese, offering them a moment in her limelight and helping their careers as a result. “For me, my choices were simply a way to use my curious relationship with the public gaze to boost a diverse set of up-and-comers,” she wrote. “As a woman running for President, I liked the visual cue that I was different from the men but also familiar. ”Hillary ClintonLike Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Obama took the fact that she was being scrutinized and itemized for everything she wore and used it to her advantage. This, arguably limited power remains one of the ways that women in politics can make a statement without saying a word.’First Ladies’: Reagan’s inauguration was ‘very Hollywood’ Credit: AFP/AFP/Getty ImagesConflicting expectationsNancy Reagan was seen as a relic of old Hollywood when she entered the White House. The inauguration celebrations in 1981 were, by all accounts, lavish and glitzy affairs. Around 700 private jets flew into the city that weekend, and Reagan’s gown — a white beaded one-shouldered sheath of lace over silk satin, made by high-society couturier James Galanos — was a show-stopper. She and her husband, President Ronald Reagan, were both former actors who had met in Los Angeles in the 1940s, and their love for each other was like that of the silver screen. Her critics initially mocked the adoring way she looked at her husband, calling it “the gaze,” and she was seen as too wifely, too 1950s, too concerned with frills and the finer things in life, which seemed at odds with a country plunging into recession. Nancy and Ronald Reagan arrive at the inaugural ball in the Washington Hilton on January 21, 1985. Credit: Ira Schwarz/APBut, through the course of her husband’s eight-year presidency she proved herself to be more than the outdated embodiment of a wealthy suburban wife. According to their son, Ron Reagan, who features in the documentary series, she wanted the President “to be the frontman, and she wanted to be the producer/director behind the scenes.” It was, perhaps, a precursor to the Clintons half-jokingly campaigning under the slogan “buy one get one free.” Indeed, it’s well-documented that Hillary Clinton often felt the scorn of the American public, due in part to her career-woman image. Ironically, while Reagan was criticized for being a 1950s housewife, Clinton was told she wasn’t domesticated enough. Hillary and Bill Clinton leave the White House after the Democratic Business Leaders event in September 1998. Credit: David Hume Kennerly/Archive Photos/Getty ImagesHer aggressors painted her as being too strong to stand back and let her politician husband call the shots and too weak to walk away when he was unfaithful.For the most part, she rallied against these judgments. Clinton’s pantsuits became her emblem — her way of reminding people that she was a first lady with a law degree, an independent career and, ultimately, her own agenda, which she proved when she left the White House as Senator of New York, not effectively jobless like her husband. So, when her official portrait was released in 2004, Clinton was of course depicted wearing her signature black pantsuit, another first for a first lady. Hillary Clinton greets supporters during a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, for her 2016 presidential run. Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesShe took her signature look on the road again during her 2016 presidential campaign. In her book “What Happened” she explained: “As a woman running for President, I liked the visual cue that I was different from the men but also familiar.” The tactic didn’t pay off. Throughout one of the ugliest elections in US history, Clinton would come under repeated fire. This time she wasn’t charismatic enough, she was shady, she was “a liar.” But was the biggest issue, actually, the same one as always? Once again, her image didn’t fit the mold — because the president was supposed to be a man.Watch CNN Original Series “First Ladies” Sundays at 10 p.m. ET.

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Women on Qatar flight received ‘inappropriate’ treatment after abandoned baby found

CNN affiliate Seven News reported that women at the airport, including 13 Australians, were “allegedly removed from flights, detained and forced to undergo an inspection in an ambulance on the tarmac.””Reports indicate that the treatment of the women concerned was offensive, grossly inappropriate, and beyond circumstances in which the women could give free and informed…

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CNN affiliate Seven News reported that women at the airport, including 13 Australians, were “allegedly removed from flights, detained and forced to undergo an inspection in an ambulance on the tarmac.””Reports indicate that the treatment of the women concerned was offensive, grossly inappropriate, and beyond circumstances in which the women could give free and informed consent,” an Australian Government spokesperson told CNN. The flight, Sydney-bound Qatar Airways Flight QR 908, landed for a transit stop in Doha, Qatar, on October 2, CNN affiliate Nine News reported. Hamad International Airport confirmed an abandoned newborn baby was found at the airport on October 2, adding that medical professionals were concerned “about the health and welfare of a mother who had just given birth and requested she be located prior to departing (the airport).””Individuals who had access to the specific area of the airport where the newborn infant was found were asked to assist in the query,” the airport said in a statement to CNN. Airport authorities are still searching for the mother, but the newborn is “safe under the professional care of medical and social workers.”Speaking on Monday, Australian Foreign Minister Marisa Payne said it was “not something I have ever heard of occurring in my life in any context.” “This is a grossly, grossly disturbing, offensive, concerning set of events… We have made our views very clear to the Qatari authorities on this matter,” she said at a press conference in Canberra.Payne added that a report has been submitted to Australian Federal Police (AFP)In a response to CNN, the AFP said that it was aware of the matter and was liaising with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.”It would not be appropriate to comment any further,” spokesperson for the AFP said.

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and analyzes Bartiromo’s interview style with President Trump.”,”descriptionText”:”CNN’s Brianna Keilar looks back at Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo’s history of pushing false claims and analyzes Bartiromo’s interview style with President Trump.”},{“title”:”Guthrie to Trump: You’re the President, you’re not some crazy uncle!”,”duration”:”02:23″,”sourceName”:”CNN Business”,”sourceLink”:””,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/media/2020/10/16/trump-town-hall-nbc-guthrie-coronavirus-qanon-masks-orig.cnn-business/index.xml”,”videoId”:”media/2020/10/16/trump-town-hall-nbc-guthrie-coronavirus-qanon-masks-orig.cnn-business”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/201015222513-06-deuling-town-halls-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/media/2020/10/16/trump-town-hall-nbc-guthrie-coronavirus-qanon-masks-orig.cnn-business/video/playlists/business-media/”,”description”:”Savannah Guthrie used her skills as a former litigator to interrogate President Trump during NBC’s town hall.”,”descriptionText”:”Savannah Guthrie used her skills as a former litigator to interrogate President Trump during NBC’s town hall.”},{“title”:”See Pete Buttigieg’s viral Fox News moments”,”duration”:”01:31″,”sourceName”:”CNN Business”,”sourceLink”:””,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/business/2020/10/14/slayer-pete-buttigieg-fox-news-orig.cnn-business/index.xml”,”videoId”:”business/2020/10/14/slayer-pete-buttigieg-fox-news-orig.cnn-business”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/201012120400-pete-buttigieg-0225-file-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/business/2020/10/14/slayer-pete-buttigieg-fox-news-orig.cnn-business/video/playlists/business-media/”,”description”:”Former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s recent Fox News interviews have gone viral on Twitter and TikTok, earning him the nickname “Slayer Pete.””,”descriptionText”:”Former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s recent Fox News interviews have gone viral on Twitter and TikTok, earning him the nickname “Slayer Pete.””},{“title”:”Trump claims immunity, negative test without providing evidence”,”duration”:”02:05″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/media/2020/10/11/trump-immune-negative-covid-19-test-claims-diamond-nr-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”media/2020/10/11/trump-immune-negative-covid-19-test-claims-diamond-nr-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/201009173159-trump-white-house-balcony-1005-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/media/2020/10/11/trump-immune-negative-covid-19-test-claims-diamond-nr-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/business-media/”,”description”:”President Donald Trump claimed, without providing evidence, that he has “been tested, totally negative” for Covid-19. In a phone call with supporters, Trump said that he’s “ready to go, I feel so good.” He also claimed immunity from the virus in an earlier interview with Fox News. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there is no evidence that people are immune to coronavirus if they have been infected once. CNN’s u003ca href=”http://www.cnn.com/profiles/jeremy-diamond” target=”_blank”>Jeremy Diamondu003c/a> reports.”,”descriptionText”:”President Donald Trump claimed, without providing evidence, that he has “been tested, totally negative” for Covid-19. In a phone call with supporters, Trump said that he’s “ready to go, I feel so good.” He also claimed immunity from the virus in an earlier interview with Fox News. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there is no evidence that people are immune to coronavirus if they have been infected once. 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At least twice during the interview, Trump had to pause his sentences and audibly clear his throat and cough.”,”descriptionText”:”Just over a week after President Donald Trump announced he tested positive for coronavirus, he called into Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News u003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/09/media/trump-coughs-on-fox-news/index.html” target=”_blank”>saying he felt great and hoped to have a rally u003c/a>soon. At least twice during the interview, Trump had to pause his sentences and audibly clear his throat and cough.”},{“title”:”How Fox News and Trump are spinning lethality of Covid-19″,”duration”:”08:35″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”https://www.cnn.com/”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/media/2020/10/06/fox-news-donald-trump-covid-19-death-spinning-keilar-monologue-nr-vpx.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”media/2020/10/06/fox-news-donald-trump-covid-19-death-spinning-keilar-monologue-nr-vpx.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/201006153253-fox-tucker-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/media/2020/10/06/fox-news-donald-trump-covid-19-death-spinning-keilar-monologue-nr-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/business-media/”,”description”:”CNN’su003ca href=”https://www.cnn.com/profiles/brianna-keilar-profile” target=”_blank”> Brianna Keilaru003c/a> discusses how President Trump and Fox News are dangerously spinning the lethality of Covid-19 and selling 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against Joe Biden.”,”descriptionText”:””Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade and other Fox News personalities offered advice to President Trump after his first debate performance against Joe Biden.”},{“title”:”See how Fox News hosts covered President Trump’s tax returns”,”duration”:”01:33″,”sourceName”:”CNN”,”sourceLink”:”http://www.cnn.com”,”videoCMSUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/video/data/3.0/video/media/2020/09/29/fox-news-president-trump-tax-returns-zw-eg-orig.cnn/index.xml”,”videoId”:”media/2020/09/29/fox-news-president-trump-tax-returns-zw-eg-orig.cnn”,”videoImage”:”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200929024705-fox-news-trump-tax-returns-coverage-large-169.jpg”,”videoUrl”:”http://rss.cnn.com/videos/media/2020/09/29/fox-news-president-trump-tax-returns-zw-eg-orig.cnn/video/playlists/business-media/”,”description”:”Fox News took a visibly different approach in covering the explosive report from The New York Times that revealed u003ca 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