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The road for the final stretch of the presidential campaign. It's Friday, October 23rd. And this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Tanya Moseley and I Maudie Cornish, coming up Protests in Nigeria against police abuse of power have turned into a broader movement following the government's violent response. This army is reportedly firing into crowds in Lagos and I think now what we're seeing is the Nigerians are saying we're done. And public opinion is divided largely along party lines after the FBI foiled a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. If it was a male governor, doing exactly what she had done, there wouldn't have been nearly the amount of pushback now news. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are back on the campaign trail today following last night's final presidential debate. Find who has long accused Trump of giving up on fighting the Corona virus pandemic, upping the ante and arguing during the speech today, the president encouraged it spread through his behaviour, but also said new research shows at least some of the 223,000 American Taos to decode 19 could have been prevented. A new study from Columbia University suggested anywhere between 130,000 and 210,000. Of those deaths. Were avoidable. Trump for his parties sought to focus on other issues, including Wall Street, which he says would be hit hard under a Biden presidency. Who has for a one case in this group. He got in wave bye bye to you for one because it's going down the tubes. Trump is campaigning in Florida today. Two.

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