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Trump’s tweets throw US stimulus talks into confusion

By France24
07 October 2020   |   1:27 pm
Talks over a new stimulus plan for the US economy have been thrown into disarray by a series of tweets by President Donald Trump on Tuesday. First, he said he was stopping negotiations with Democrats over the plan until after the election, but he subsequently added that he was open to agreeing to certain measures. Also today, we look at the details of a new Congressional report on the biggest technology companies and calls for powers to break them up.

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