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Women’s March Cleveland to rally for women’s rights Oct. 17

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland women will take part in a national Women’s March event on Saturday, Oct. 17 on Cleveland’s east side.



a group of people holding a sign: Hundreds of people attended the Cleveland Women's March in downtown Cleveland on Saturday, January 18, 2020. The event included speakers and a march from City Hall to Public Square. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com


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Hundreds of people attended the Cleveland Women’s March in downtown Cleveland on Saturday, January 18, 2020. The event included speakers and a march from City Hall to Public Square. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com

The rally will start at 1 p.m. in Ward 1 outside at the Harvard Community Services Center at 18240 Harvard Avenue, with speakers and entertainment, followed by a 2:15 pm march. More than 500 people are expected to protest racial injustice and attacks on women’s rights, including abortion.

Women’s March Cleveland will be holding a sister march to the national marches that will be held throughout the country on Oct. 17, including in Washington D.C.

The Women’s March began across the country in response to the inauguration of President

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Will You Please Like Me?’ Trump Asks At PA Rally

JOHNSTOWN, PA — President Trump on Tuesday held a rally in Pennsylvania in which he implored suburban women voters that he needs to win the Nov. 3 election to support him.

“Suburban women: Will you please like me?” he asked. “Please. Please. I saved your damn neighborhood, OK?”

Trump has returned to the campaign trail after having tested positive for the coronavirus almost two weeks ago. After a rally in Florida on Monday, he made his second public appearance outside of Washington since being diagnosed with the virus.

He spoke for more than an hour in Johnstown to a crowd of thousands, most of whom were not wearing masks or observing social distancing despite the coronavirus outbreak. Claiming he was now immune from the virus, Trump offered to kiss members of the audience.

His pleading with women voters comes after a recent survey in The New York Times indicated that

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Trump Pennsylvania rally comes as president seeks to reset campaign

John Fritze, David Jackson, Bruce Siwy and Matthew Toth, USA TODAY
Published 3:55 p.m. MT Oct. 13, 2020 | Updated 5:57 p.m. MT Oct. 13, 2020

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President Trump claimed himself cured of COVID-19 and said he is “immune” from the virus. Some medical professionals say there is no guarantee of that.

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WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump made a direct appeal to suburban women during a campaign rallyin the critical battleground of Pennsylvania Tuesday as he sought to use his Supreme Court nomination to reset the trajectory of the race.  

“Do me a favor, suburban women, would you please like me?” Trump said in Johnstown, Pa., a Republican stronghold where Trump hopes to run up turnout in the Nov. 3 election. “I saved your damn neighborhood, okay?”

Trump started off almost immediately with criticism of Joe Biden, saying his Democratic opponent was “shot” and had “crushed” the

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Trump makes appeal to suburban women at rally: ‘Will you please like me?’

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTwo ethics groups call on House to begin impeachment inquiry against Barr Trump relishes return to large rallies following COVID-19 diagnosis McGrath: McConnell ‘can’t get it done’ on COVID-19 relief MORE on Tuesday made an appeal to suburban women to support his reelection bid amid polls showing his campaign cratering among that particular group of voters in the final sprint to Election Day. 

At a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pa., Trump touted his repeal of an Obama-era regulation meant to expand low-income housing in suburbs in an attempt to quash racial discrimination and his support for law enforcement as reasons suburban voters should flock to his campaign.

“They talk about the suburban women. And somebody said, ‘I don’t know if the suburban woman likes you.’ I said, ‘Why?’” Trump told the crowd, though he did not clarify to whom he had spoken. “They said, ‘They may

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“Immune” & “Powerful” Trump Says He Wants To Kiss “Guys,” “Beautiful Women” At Rally

President Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail a mere 11 days after announcing that he tested positive for COVID-19. Eager to solidify support and downplay the threat of the coronavirus, Trump’s maskless machismo led him to Florida – a state that could make or break his reelection campaign – where he boldly announced that he was not only “immune” to the coronavirus but felt “powerful.”



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Trump felt so powerful, in fact, that he threatened to kiss many of the people at his rally. “I’ll kiss everyone in that audience,” Trump said, his voice sounding slightly hoarse. “I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women. Just give you a big fat kiss.” Yikes!

Trump did not wear a mask to the rally, even when he wasn’t speaking. According to the New York Times, he didn’t wear one while boarding Air Force One before leaving

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Key interception sparks late rally for Frisco Lebanon Trail, which bests Frisco Memorial in dramatic fashion

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FRISCO – One more score could’ve put the game away for Frisco Memorial, but hanging around was enough for Frisco Lebanon Trail.

That and a game-changing interception by Lebanon Trail’s Chinonso Arinze in the fourth quarter, which led to a furious rally and a 34-33 win over Memorial at the Ford Center at The Star on Friday night.

Gregory Hatley scored the winning touchdown on a 2-yard run with 42 seconds left, and he also caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from Drew Martin with 8:25 remaining.

Memorial’s defense was stout for three quarters, recovering two fumbles and forcing a safety. Lebanon Trail was down by at least two possessions for most of the game, but its 13-point fourth quarter erased Memorial’s prior work.

“(Arinze) kept fighting tonight and gave us some big plays,” Lebanon Trail coach Sadd Jackson said. “Their quarterbacks made some

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