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Pitch to women voters is let’s get back to normal

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President Donald Trump told Fox Business that he won’t “waste my time” on a virtual presidential debate.

USA TODAY

WASHINGTON – The coronavirus pandemic, recession and nationwide racial tensions may have reshaped the 2020 presidential election, but President Donald Trump’s biggest challenge remains the same: winning over women voters who’ve deserted him.

With just four weeks until Election Day, a series of national polls have shown cratering support for Trump among women, setting up the 2020 election to see a gender gap of historic proportions.

As the president’s campaign makes its closing arguments, Lara Trump, a top campaign aide, insists the message for female voters hasn’t changed much since the coronavirus crisis unfolded. The strategy, she said, is to emphasize policy issues, specifically the economy.

“The message for most people, I think, is that they want to get back to normal. People want to know that they can send

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The pitch deck timeshare booking startup Koala used to nab $3.4 million

  • Koala, a timeshare marketplace that is attempting to bring Airbnb-style digital marketplace to the old-school timeshare industry, launched in August of this year. 
  • Earlier this year, the company raised a $3.4 million Series A round from real estate investors Ira Lubert and Dean Adler.
  • The company provided Business Insider with a copy of the pitch deck it used to raise that Series A round. 
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Short-term rental startup Koala launched an online marketplace for timeshares in August, hoping to bring Airbnb-style digital transformation to a decidedly old-school form of travel.

The company raised a $3.4 million Series A round in March, which funded the launch. KOALA got the funding just as the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the world’s economy, and was led by real estate investors Ira Lubert and Dean Adler, the founders of private equity real estate fund Lubert-Adler.

Timeshares, which

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