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Washington Examiner, October 2020

Day following the president’s positive test for COVID-19, canceling this weekend’s appearances and discussing whether other key figures can take on bigger roles. President Trump has put his own health, and the perception that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is declining, at the center of his appeal to voters, holding his trademark rallies sometimes in breach of local coronavirus restrictions.

With their principal now confined to his White House quarters, campaign officials met on Friday morning to work out new plans for a critical period of the race.

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