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.@NYTimesCohen asks, "Will President Trump concede if he is defeated by Joe Biden in the November election? Or put another way, can a liar accept a truth incompatible with his devouring ego?" https://t.co/xO3DLFzXAO

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"It’s us versus them. That’s the poison ethos at the heart of police brutality, and it’s the septic core of our 45th president’s philosophy," writes @JenSeniorNY. https://t.co/B48gweKF1v

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For those marching in the streets, writes @CharlesMBlow, Floyd’s killing represents "the nearly unchecked ability of the state to act with impunity in the oppression of black bodies and the taking of black life" https://t.co/MwKhHISTX8

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The Native American actor Wes Studi on the act of creation and why art matters. https://t.co/bX5JBLXHaq

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"The president’s indifference to collective mourning is of a piece with a political movement that denies our collective ties," @jbouie writes https://t.co/LlliO90VgA

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Does social distancing have any meaning for Indian laborers packed six to a 200-square-foot room? How India's intense lockdown may be fine for the affluent and disastrous for the poor, by Ruchir Sharma. https://t.co/G0Nabq6jfZ

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"With my brother, I got to see a black man survive what could have become a deadly situation," writes @melodyMcooper  https://t.co/BMMQ4oX0DV

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Protesters in Michigan who sought to intimidate the governor and the legislature with a show of arms aren't just misreading the Second Amendment. @GregWeiner1 explains. https://t.co/LlfINGIZfl

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Florida must now prepare for hurricane season amid a pandemic. "The only way to minimize damages is to be prepared," writes @parentwinhttps://t.co/8K5EjlP7Qa

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"When white protesters, armed to the teeth in Michigan and elsewhere, make threats against elected officials, the president praises them as 'very good people,'" writes @KeeangaYamahtta. "They are certainly not suffocated to death on the street." https://t.co/CDZUERSHXr

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We need to reimagine public safety in ways that shrink and eventually abolish police and prisons, write @philipvmcharris and @ThenjiweTM https://t.co/hT2Ln04EYz

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"Without American leadership at the W.H.O., it will be more difficult to coordinate efforts to prevent the spread of diseases and illnesses across the globe. We must fix the organization so that it can continue its work," writes Republican @HurdOnTheHill. https://t.co/BRIcQqM4t9

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"Actually, there are three crises combining to convulse America: the coronavirus pandemic, the continued police brutality against black Americans and a president incapable of dealing with either" #NYTLetters https://t.co/QTxn2lorHv

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"Never mind G.D.P.," @PaulKrugman writes. "The most fundamental job of any leader is to keep his people alive. Unfortunately, that’s a job Trump doesn’t seem interested in doing." https://t.co/BKvF7AmCR5

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"Companies spend a fortune on airtime to assure consumers they care, while refusing to pay their employees a living wage," writes @RGay https://t.co/3pcNSMvt07

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.@NickKristof visited the Navajo Nation, which has had more people infected by the coronavirus per capita than any state. 40% of homes don't have running water, making it difficult to wash hands. https://t.co/REUTZYLZSl https://t.co/jrfbgeYlL9

.@NickKristof visited the Navajo Nation, which has had more people infected by the coronavirus per capita than any state. 40% of homes don't have running water, making it difficult to wash hands. https://t.co/REUTZYLZSl https://t.co/jrfbgeYlL9

"The Michigan protesters cloaked themselves in the liberties of the same Constitution that was framed to prevent exactly what they were doing," @GregWeiner1 writes https://t.co/n8eWOxJqkx

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"Scott Walker’s agenda might be embraced by President Trump, Mitch McConnell and wealthy interests, but it would cripple communities and decimate any chance at recovery." #NYTLetters https://t.co/ANMRVEPUsM

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In the wake of the coronavirus, grocery stores have struggled to keep up with the demand. With hurricane season kicking off this week, "an extra hit on the supply chain could break it just when we need it most," writes @parentwin. https://t.co/YvNG2n7vPg

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