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  • Peter Wehner: Rhetoric using political violence often leads to political violence

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New U.S. COVID-19 infections top 43,000 in a single day, far outstripping previous peaks

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Friday saw the highest single-day total for coronavirus cases in the U.S., with more than 43,000 new infections. Those numbers are worse than the pandemic’s previous daily peaks. And that’s leading to fears that hospitals in Texas and Florida could soon resemble New York’s during the worst days of its outbreak.