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President Trump is dismissing revolation from upcomingbook by Bob Woodward which includes comments from Trump, it believed down play severityof corona virus pandemic, NPR' s Isra Rasco reports Woodward's book issaid officially be released next week.
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1.    President Donald Trump is dismissing revelations from an upcoming book by Bob Woodward which includes comments from Trump, admitting to downplaying the severity of the coronavirus pandemic. NPR's Isra Rasco reports Woodward's book is said to officially be released next week.
    President Trump calls Bob Woodward's new book a "political heats up”. Woodward's reporting included more than a dozen interviews with Trump himself. Back in March, Trump told Woodward that he played down the dangers from virus so people would not panic. Trump defended that decision.
    "But we don't want to run around, screaming, shutting 'oh, look at this, look at this.' We have to show leadership, and leadership is all about confidence, and confidence is confidence in our country."
Trump also told Woodward in February that the coronavirus was more deadly than the seasonal flu. But in public he repeatedly cast down on that idea.
    Isra Rasco NPR news.


2.    An official at the Department of Homeland Security says he was pressured by agency leaders to make his intelligence reports reflected the priorities of the Trump administration. The whistle blower complained Brian Murphy contends he was demoted from his job at office of intelligence analysis, retaliation refusing to alter his reports on matters including Russian interference in the election and the extend the threat posed by white premises. The copy of the complaint was released today by Representative Adam Schiff of the House Intelligence Committee. Schiff says he asked Murphy to testify before Congress, DHS said no immediate comment.


3.    High winds across northern California are creating more challenges for fire fighters there they are now battling more than two dozen major fires, some 52,000 people are under evacuation orders.
    XX from member station KTVD reports dangerous conditions had led to the closure of all national forest in the state.
    Cal Fire reports that there were 51 new fires in the state yesterday. And fire fighters contained most of them to just a few acres. But strong winds blew two fire in northern California out of control, and stocked the spread of existing fires that were just getting contained. Cal Fire spokesperson XX:
    "So those are the challenges we are getting the newer fires, getting some contain on those and try to keep them at track today, while we still have the wind."
    XX says Cal Fire expects winds to disappear over the next few days which should help fire fighters gain some ground.


4.    United Airline and its pilots union say they reached an agreement on the measure that prevent the furlough nearly 3000 pilots next month when a federal ban on job cuts ends for the industry. The Airline pilots association is announcing rank and file 无论职务高低 pilots will get to vote on the agreement, details of which were not disclosed. United said last week it expected to have to furlough more than 16,000 employees in October.


5.    After three straight down session stocks moved sharply in the other direction. Dow up 439 points today.


6.    The leadership of the Navajo Nation is calling for a Congressional investigation into the recent deaths of two tribal members in separate incidents at Fort Hood army base in Taxes.
    XX from member station KNAU reports they were among more than two dozen recent deaths at US military facility.
    Army specialist Miguel Yazzie died in July while stationed at Fort Hood, and Private Corlton Chee collapsed during a training exercise at the base and died last week at a hospital. According to Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, the men's families, say the US Army hasn't provided complete information and they suspect foul play 有严重犯规行为 in the deaths. The deaths of the two men bring the count to 28 fatalities at Fort Hood among service members this year. The Army has begun an independent review of the base which has a high rate of homicide, sexual assault, and other crimes. The US House Armed Services, an oversight committee have also announced investigations.


7.    Michigan Govr Gretchen Whitmer's use of an emergency power has now reached that state supreme court where judges hearing arguments today at whether Whitmer has a legally made far-reaching decisions without input from legislatures.
    Whitmer, a Democrat, has on a number occasions ordered bias-related restrictions using a 1945 law to grand power to declare emergencies when public safety is at risk. While the Republicans are pointing to a 1976 law that says lawmakers should get a say in such emergency declarations after 28 days.


8.    Oil was up a dollar and 29 cents a barrel today to close at 38.05 a barrel in New York.
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