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"It to. It's knees you see kind of the differences France's in the different ads where His feature a lot of of him speaking in front of people talking to voters whereas in other candidates ads. You're seeing more of either either You know kind of the Voice of God narrator or the candidates addressing the camera directly and then talking about their policies. What about Amy Klobuchar Chemical? Shari's talking talking about her ability to be able to win In a in red areas she really doubts her ability to win in Minnesota and win counties. That voted for trump but then voted for her and talking about her ability to be able to have some crossover appeal When it comes to moderate voters will TV ads like these help swing the race race? Are they likely to have a big influence on. How I owens vote you know the thing about TV advertising in politics particularly right now is that you have to do some and You know do you get your name out there But it's probably not going to be something that you know unless there's some blockbuster add that also that would probably break into the news. You the you know conversation They're probably not going to sway the race. it's more about it particularly in Iowa it's about facetime Being out on the campaign trail talking to voters Iowans are very very particular About making sure the candidates Show their face And that they they see them and hear them and get to know them. If you have subjects or angles that you're curious about regarding the twenty twenty race you can email us at what's news all one word wsj.com or tweet us at. WSJ PODCASTS podcasts. You can find all of our election. Twenty twenty coverage up on WSJ DOT COM on to markets. Have you ever heard of Rhodium. It's a precious metal that strips pollutants out of exhaust fumes that makes it a key component donut for car manufacturers who need to hit stricter emissions targets in Europe and Asia. That's one reason why it's price has surged by sixty five percent in in this year alone making it. The world's priciest precious metal are resident. Rhodium expert Joe. Wallace has more while as you say. Rhodium is really key. Ingredient combining factors as they try to meet emission restrictions particularly in China and the European Union. Because it's using catalytic converters which convert toxic is it gases but she wouldn't want to breathe in like monoxide into nitrogen water and at the same time it's demand is really rising supplies radium quite tight. There's not much which go round rounded precious metals a rare matchel minus certainly wants to raise output because they mind Rhodium as a byproduct of palladium and platinum and platinum price. In in particular quite weeks they don't want to flood the platinum market with with more metal. So what happens from here. I mean most traders. Don't think can keep on rising at this pace because it's going up so fast they do think writing prices will remain pretty high because these types our mission signed is a hates estate which means demands really gonNA remain pretty strong from from the car industry. And here's what else were paying attention to today. Democrats will have a third and final day to present their case for impeaching president trump to the senate. Yesterday they argued that the president abused his office. And and that even though that isn't a criminal offense. It's an impeachable one our political reporter Andy. Dornan has more on what to expect. Today they are expected to do really against the details of the second article of impeachment which focuses on of Congress president trump the trump administration generally did not comply. Hi with Subpoenas the house issued a throughout the fall for documents and Witness testimony relating to their investigation into President Trump's request for investigations from Ukraine men. So they're expected to somewhat similarly go through kind of the legal thinking behind the article of impeachment and why why they think that Congress needs to the constitution have the ability to receive documentation and witness testimony from the executive branch and then also get into some of the factual the actual facts the substance of the of what of what they said peachable. President trump has repeatedly denied wrongdoing in. His legal team will begin their defense on Saturday. We'll have all the latest for you and our afternoon edition also in Washington today. President Trump plans address an annual rally of antiabortion demonstrators. It would be the first in person appearance by a sitting president at the march for life in its forty seven year history. History finally."