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Biden says 'racists' have sought the U.S. presidency before but Trump is first one elected

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Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump of spreading 'racist' division in blaming China for coronavirus, which he said hurts Asian immigrants.
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If Joe Biden wins the 2020 US presidential election, one of Wall Street's top commodities analysts says the oil market will be sharply impacted. Helima Croft is the head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets. She says if Biden wins, he's likely to reactivate the Iran nuclear deal. The deal...

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