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1.    特朗普攻击福喜,怪他疫情早期没有建议大家戴口罩。
    President Donald Trump attacked Doctor Anthony Fauci's credibility on the coronavirus as the President continues to clash with his own administration health officials. NPR's XX reports Trump has resisted calls from experts to embrace more mask wearing and social distancing of the events.
    President Trump says he wants Anthony Fauci to "make better decisions". Fauci is the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Trump criticized Fauci for not advising people to wear mask earlier on in the pandemic. His also blasted Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for saying he would rely on health officials like Fauci.
    "Biden wants to lock it down. He wants to listen to Doctor Fauci. He wants to listen to Doctor Fauci."
    Biden has said he would follow the guidance of experts on whether to recommend any further lockdowns.


2.    Meanwhile Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden accused President Trump's dismissal of scientists and his own coronavirus experts as his closing argument as the election looms. Trump has called Fauci a "disaster" and labeled some of his own infectious disease scientists "idiots". Trump blamed them for what he argued was the nation's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic.
    Biden noted however the pandemic has now claimed more than 220,000 American lives. He campaign noting Trump's closing argument in the 2020 election campaigning as to mark Joe Biden for trusting science.


3.    A judge in Wisconsin has ruled that bars, restaurants and other indoor places need to operate at 25% capacity because of the surging coronavirus cases there. As MM reports from member station WUWM in Milwaukee 密尔瓦基, the decision impose an order from Governor Tony Evers earlier this month.
    Attorneys for the Wisconsin Tavern League 酒馆联盟 sued to overturn the directive. They argued in a virtual court hearing that many businesses have gone under because of the pandemic and feared the order would lead to more closures. Attorneys for the state said that ___ is necessary in light of record breaking numbers of cases and hospitalizations. New cases in Wisconsin have been averaging 3000 per day, then toped to an all-time high of 4000 in one day last week. The judge ruled that Tavern League couldn't prove that the order would cause more businesses to fold倒闭. Attorneys for the Tavern League say they will appeal.


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4.    Boeing's long-grounded 737 Max jet could soon be flying again at least over the east coast. All Max jets have been grounded since early 2019 after a pair deadly crashes. The American Airline says it plans to operate one Max flight a day between December 29th and January 4th fling from Miami and New York. The American Airlines says it's considering how much to use the plane after that. The FAA is still reviewing some of Boeing's changes of the plane.


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5.    On Wall Street....


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6.    France will hold a national ceremony for a history teacher slain by an Islamist radical disliked what he taught at class on freedom of speech. NPR's XX reports the French Prime Minister has called the teacher's killing an act of barbary___ against the French Republic.
    History teacher Samuel Paty showed students cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo 《查理周刊》, to illustrate his course on freedom of expression, but one parent complained and posted a video denouncing the teacher and asking that he'd be fired. The French Interior Minister says that video and other more violent social media messages that followed were an essence of FATWA(法特瓦,伊斯兰法律的裁决) against the teacher. They prompted a violent young Chechen refugee to track him down and beheaded him for insulting the Prophet Muhammad. The brutal murder has sparked outrage across France. 15 people have been arrested including 4 middle school students as part of the investigation. A national ceremony for Paty will be held Wednesday at the Sorbonne University巴黎索邦大学.


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7.    Sudan will now be taken out of the list of US' state-sponsored terrorism states, clearing the way for the African country to get international loans and aid necessary to revive it's battered economy. The decision announced today would be depended on Sudan's following through of an agreement to pay 335 million dollars to US terror victims and their families. The announcement came today after the US Treasury Secretary Steven Minuchin was in Bahrain, demanding___ the gulf state's recognition of Israel.

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1.  President Donald Trump attacked Doctor Anthony Fauci's credibility on the coronavirus as the President continues to clash with his own administration health officials. NPR's XX reports Trump has resisted calls from experts to embrace more mask wearing and social distancing of the events.
    President Trump says he wants Anthony Fauci to
quote, "make better decisions". Fauci is the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Trump criticized Fauci for not advising people to wear mask earlier on in the pandemic. His also blasted Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for saying he would rely on health officials like Fauci.
    "Biden wants to lock it down. He wants to listen to Doctor Fauci. He wants to listen to Doctor Fauci."
    Biden has said he would follow the guidance of experts on whether to recommend any further lockdowns.


2.    Meanwhile Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden accused President Trump's dismissal of scientists and his own coronavirus experts as his closing argument as the election looms. Trump has called Fauci a "disaster" and labeled some of his own infectious disease scientists "idiots". Trump blamed them for what he argued was the nation's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic.
    Biden noted however the pandemic has now claimed more than 220,000 American lives. The campaign noting Trump's closing argument in the 2020 election campaigning is to mark Joe Biden for trusting science.


3.    A judge in Wisconsin has ruled that bars, restaurants and other indoor places need to operate at 25% capacity because of the surging coronavirus cases there. As MM reports from member station WUWM in Milwaukee
密尔瓦基, the decision impose an order from Governor Tony Evers earlier this month.
    Attorneys for the Wisconsin Tavern League
酒馆联盟 sued to overturn the directive. They argued in a virtual court hearing that many businesses have gone under because of the pandemic and feared the order would lead to more closures. Attorneys for the state said that ___ is necessary in light of record breaking numbers of cases and hospitalizations. New cases in Wisconsin have been averaging 3000 per day, then toped to an all-time high of 4000 in one day last week. The judge ruled that Tavern League couldn't prove that the order would cause more businesses to fold倒闭. Attorneys for the Tavern League say they will appeal.


[02:44.0-03:10.6]
4.    Boeing's long-grounded 737 Max jet could soon be flying again at least over the east coast. All Max jets have been grounded since early 2019 after a pair deadly crashes. The American Airline says it plans to operate one Max flight a day between December 29th and January 4th
flying between Miami and New York. The American Airlines says it's considering how much to use the plane after that. The FAA is still reviewing some of Boeing's changes of the plane.


[03:10.6-03:15.1]
5.    On Wall Street,
the Dow is down 410 points


[03:16.5-04:20.4]
6.    France will hold a national ceremony for a history teacher slain by an Islamist radical disliked what he taught at class on freedom of speech. NPR's XX reports the French Prime Minister has called the teacher's killing an act of barbaric against the French Republic.
    History teacher Samuel Paty showed students cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad published by satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo
《查理周刊》, to illustrate his course on freedom of expression, but one parent complained and posted a video denouncing the teacher and asking that he'd be fired. The French Interior Minister says that video and other more violent social media messages that followed were an essence of FATWA(法特瓦,伊斯兰法律的裁决) against the teacher. They prompted a violent young Chechen refugee to track him down and beheaded him for insulting the Prophet Muhammad. The brutal murder has sparked outrage across France. 15 people have been arrested including 4 middle school students as part of the investigation. A national ceremony for Paty will be held Wednesday at the Sorbonne University巴黎索邦大学.


[04:20.4-04:47.0]
7.    Sudan will now be taken out of the list of US' state-sponsored terrorism states, clearing the way for the African country to get international loans and aid necessary to revive
its battered economy. The decision announced today would be depended on Sudan's following through of an agreement to pay 335 million dollars to US terror victims and their families. The announcement came today after the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was in Bahrain, demanding the gulf state's recognition of Israel.


8. oil closed lower today, down  5 cents a barrel  and end section at 40.83 a barrel in New York
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