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NBC News hosts town hall with President Trump — 10/15/2020



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“TODAY” anchor Savannah Guthrie hosts a live discussion with President Donald Trump in an NBC News town hall event in Miami on Thursday. Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden were supposed to hold their second debate on Thursday night but it will instead take place on Oct. 22..
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NBC News hosts town hall with President Trump — 10/15/2020

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Looks like Trump had his debate after all. Not with Biden but with this lady.

by Ask About The Red Pill 1 week ago

Why can’t answers be more direct? Why is everything ‘Democrats vs Republicans’ rather than looking at what we all need? I am tired of the divisive conversations that don’t lead to solutions.

by Girlgeek101 Stamping 1 day ago

I don't feel like she's trying to be viciously combative, it seems like she's just desperately trying to get him to clarify his points/stances with a more assertive strategy to gain depth into his usually vague or confusing answers. I think the approach became the focus over the actual content

by Randi Hewitson 1 day ago

Isn’t it an awkward time for Trump and interviewer during the break time. Guess what they would say to each other lol

by Ipo Ro 1 day ago

“You know what the word is?” At point all we needed was a chorus of “bird bird bird, bird is the word” 🤣🤣🤣

by λεωνιδία Fakiola 2 days ago

President trump is literally debating the media. Wtf is going on?!

by Bryan Lassiter 1 week ago

Savannah you said it "he sounds like someone's crazy uncle"

by Eden H 23 hours ago

What's with the cuts in this video early on

by chris hicks 4 days ago

savannah guthrie: for the 100th time donald, do you denounce white supremacy?

by rojoskies81 2 days ago

“Do you denounce white supremacy?”

Trump: “Yes, I denounce white supremacy”

“Okay but do you denounce white supremacy?”

by Bronson Camp 2 days ago

I don't think MSNBC was anticipating the woman on Trumps right shoulder to be shaking her head in agreement with him all night. Lol

by Spencer Kelly 1 week ago

If you're not sure who to vote for look up Einstein's definition for insanity and you'll have your answer.

by Jason Farley 1 day ago

Savannah Guthrie vs. Donald Trump with a few minutes of questions.

by zcxnissan 4 days ago

That last question proved to me that biden had the questions before
hand. It was so rehearsed. That's why he was hiding in his basement for
days practicing.

by Immortal So Far 21 hours ago

Politics is the entertainment branch of industry. “The illusion of freedom [in America] will continue as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater.” I don't have to tell you how evil this brainwashing is.  But I do have to remind you that mass media play these sorts of manipulative tricks on their audience, day in and day out.  With mass media, you are not the customer — you are the product. Do your mental health a favor: Say no to mass media.Type in Google Us6506148 B2 this brainwashed patent number it's no longer a theory or conspiracy it scientific & technology FACT people have been on spelled since a toddler.

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Force majeure is a common clause in contracts that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as a war, strike, riot, crime, epidemic or an event described by the legal term act of God, prevents one or both parties from fulfilling their obligations under the contract. In practice, most force majeure clauses do not excuse a party's non-performance entirely, but only suspend it for the duration of the force majeure.[1]
Force majeure is generally intended to include occurrences beyond the reasonable control of a party, and therefore would not cover: Any result of the negligence or malfeasance of a party, which has a materially adverse effect on the ability of such party to perform its obligations.[2]Any result of the usual and natural consequences of external illuminate this distinction, take the example of an outdoor public event abruptly called off.If the cause for cancellation is ordinary predictable rain, this is most probably not force majeure.If the cause is a flash flood that damages the venue or makes the event hazardous to attend, then this almost certainly is force majeure, other than where the venue was on a known flood plain or the area of the venue was known to be subject to torrential rain.[3]Some causes might be arguable borderline cases (for instance, if unusually heavy rain occurred, rendering the event significantly more difficult, but not impossible, to safely hold or attend); these must be assessed in light of the circumstances.Any circumstances that are specifically contemplated (included) in the contract—for example, if the contract for the outdoor event specifically permits or requires cancellation in the event of rain.

Under international law, it refers to an irresistible force or unforeseen event beyond the control of a state making it materially impossible to fulfill an international obligation, and is related to the concept of a state of emergency.[4]

Force majeure in any given situation is controlled by the law governing the contract, rather than general concepts of force majeure. The law of the contract often specified by a choice of law clause in the agreement, and if not is decided by a statute or principles of general law which apply to the contract. The first step to assess whether - and how - force majeure applies to any particular contract is to ascertain the law of the country which governs the contract.

by Free Spirit 1 day ago

Man CNBC sure is ballsy about not disabling the comments section.

by Jay&Jay 6 days ago

Was this an interrogation...damn?

by SONIA ORTIZ 5 days ago

Is she interviewing the president or tying to run for president ??

by Apex Alpha 4 days ago

MSM doesn't serve the people and their activism is for 7 year olds.

by L S 1 day ago

The more we listen to Trump the more we understand he is living in his own universe.

by Angel Luis 1 day ago

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