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New York Times Editorial Board Critical of President Trump

The newspaper went into further detail of why the president is unfit for another four years guiding the United States.

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Two weeks ago, the New York Times editorial board announced their endorsement for Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden. Now, they’re putting out material that will encourage voters to side with them and vote for the former vice president.

Over the weekend, the New York Times published an editorial piece where they were critical if President Trump were to get re-elected.

“Donald Trump’s re-election campaign poses the greatest threat to American democracy since World War II,” the New York Times editorial board said.

The newspaper went into further detail of why the president is unfit for another four years guiding the United States.

“Mr. Trump’s ruinous tenure already has gravely damaged the United States at home and around the world. He has abused the power of his office and denied the legitimacy of his political opponents, shattering the norms that have bound the nation together for generations,” the New York Times editorial board said. 

“He has subsumed the public interest to the profitability of his business and political interests. He has shown a breathtaking disregard for the lives and liberties of Americans. He is a man unworthy of the office he holds.”

President Trump and the New York Times have had a long-standing feud as with the newspaper as he’s called them “failing” and “fake news,” whether at rallies or on social media.

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Vox Founder Leaving for New York Times

After stepping down from his editor in chief position in 2017, Klein became Vox’s editor at large, which allowed him to work on the website’s television and podcast efforts. Furthermore, he contributed to MSNBC, Bloomberg News, and writing opinion essays for The Times.

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Vox.com will be saying goodbye to one of its founders, Ezra Klein, who is leaving the digital media outlet and joining The New York Times. After eight years at Vox, where he served as the editor in chief of the publication, Klein will be a columnist and podcast host at The Times.

After stepping down from his editor in chief position in 2017, Klein became Vox’s editor at large, which allowed him to work on the website’s television and podcast efforts. Furthermore, he contributed to MSNBC, Bloomberg News, and writing opinion essays for The Times.

The reason for Klein’s departure from Vox is a career move as a result of feeling burnt out and having the desire to be a journalist again. Kathleen Kingsbury, The Times’s acting head of the opinion department, and Paula Szuchman, the head of its audio group, commented on having Klein join their respective departments.

“He helped set the standard for modern explanatory journalism early in his career, and he’s been able to do it through virtually every medium,” the statement said.

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Twitter to Transition POTUS Account to Joe Biden

Twitter spokesperson Nick Pacilio said in an email statement that it is “actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021.”

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On January 20th, 2021, it will be inauguration day for president-elect Joe Biden. However, it will also be the day in which Twitter will transfer the different government accounts to the Biden administration.

Twitter spokesperson Nick Pacilio said in an email statement that it is “actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021.”

When the president’s @POTUS Twitter account and the @VP, @FLOTUS, and @whitehouse, transition over to the Biden administration, the tweets will reset to zero.

Despite the changes on social media, don’t expect Biden to be using the account that often as he’s not known for using Twitter to relay any important messages like his predecessor. Biden’s account has less than 7,000 tweets to his 19 million followers when it comes to his account.

Meanwhile, President Trump won’t see much change to his Twitter usage as he uses his personal account, @realDonaldTrump, to broadcast his messages rather than the @POUTS account. Nonetheless, expect a much different president when it comes to using Twitter.

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Entertainment Workers Exempt from California’s New Round of Stay-At-Home Orders

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California entertainment industry professionals are exempt from COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom. Starting this Saturday night, non-essential work, movement and gatherings will be prohibited between the hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily.

The order requires “generally that non-essential work, movement and gatherings stop between 10 PM and 5 AM in counties in the purple tier.” That means basically every county in Southern California and 94% of the state’s population.

On that list of exemptions, under “Industrial, Commercial, Residential, and Sheltering Facilities and Services,” there is essential worker designation 15 which reads, “Workers supporting the entertainment industries, studios, and other related establishments, provided they follow covid-19 public health guidance around physical distancing.”

Film and TV production employees were not included on the essential workers list during the first California shutdown in March. Their addition to the list speaks to the success and strong protocols on set since then. The document was last updated September 22.

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