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The planning for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration was always going to be difficult because of the coronavirus pandemic, but those involved with the preparations are also anticipating extra hurdles from President Trump and his supporters, The Daily Beast reports.

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The expectation is that Biden will continue to adhere to his personal policy of putting health and safety first, so there likely will be an effort to scale back the crowd-size and keep people away from the National Mall, even if the post-election celebrations in Washington, D.C., indicate that will be a difficult task, per The Daily Beast. But if Biden supporters do heed that advice, it could leave more room for protesters to swoop in and fill their spot.

“What do you do if [Biden’s] people don’t show up and [Trump’s] do?,” asked one official involved with the planning. “They probably will and the last thing you want is a MAGA rally on the Mall when Joe Biden is sworn in as president … I think [Trump] would want to make it as much of a s — -show as possible.” Read more at The Daily Beast.

Los simpatizantes de Donald Trump son muy entusiastas y el aún presidente busca mantener su apoyo con miras a mantener influencia política en el futuro, luego de que deje la Casa Blanca. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Ver fotos
Los simpatizantes de Donald Trump son muy entusiastas y el aún presidente busca mantener su apoyo con miras a mantener influencia política en el futuro, luego de que deje la Casa Blanca. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
WASHINGTON — As Americans prepare to gather for Thanksgiving, and as the approach of winter drives those gatherings indoors, a coronavirus outbreak in a rural Amish community offers a warning of what could lie ahead for other parts of the nation.

The outbreak was relatively confined — only 30 people were initially infected, of whom three were hospitalized and one died. They all lived in a rural part of Wayne County, in north central Ohio.

Although the pandemic began in large cities including New York and Seattle, the coronavirus ravaged rural communities throughout the summer. It now appears to be returning to cities, though hardly any part of the nation will be immune to the pandemic’s latest devastating wave.

Rural communities pose a concerning set of challenges, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which on Thursday published a study of the Amish outbreak. “Rural residents might be at higher risk for severe COVID-19–associated illness because, on average, they are older, have higher prevalences of underlying medical conditions, and have more limited access to health care services,” the researchers wrote. (COVID-19 is the disease caused by the coronavirus.)
The outbreak in Wayne County affected members of the Amish community there, who shun the trappings of modern life and live apart from others. Religious services and other social gatherings are an important aspect of Amish culture, which is rooted in traditional Anabaptist values.

The outbreak took place in May. It could have been more severe in the winter months, since some viruses, like the flu, tend to live longer in colder, drier environments. That same colder weather tends to bring people indoors, where an airborne pathogen like the coronavirus is much more likely to spread than it is in outdoor spaces.

The outbreak began with religious services on May 2 and 3, and appears to have been caused by a husband and wife who reported their symptoms a little more than a week later. The husband, who had a preexisting respiratory illness, was hospitalized. Another member of the same family, who had cancer, died from COVID-19.

The planning for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration was always going to be difficult because of the coronavirus pandemic, but those involved with the preparations are also anticipating extra hurdles from President Trump and his supporters, The Daily Beast reports.

The expectation is that Biden will continue to adhere to his personal policy of putting health and safety first, so there likely will be an effort to scale back the crowd-size and keep people away from the National Mall, even if the post-election celebrations in Washington, D.C., indicate that will be a difficult task, per The Daily Beast. But if Biden supporters do heed that advice, it could leave more room for protesters to swoop in and fill their spot.

“What do you do if [Biden’s] people don’t show up and [Trump’s] do?,” asked one official involved with the planning. “They probably will and the last thing you want is a MAGA rally on the Mall when Joe Biden is sworn in as president … I think [Trump] would want to make it as much of a s — -show as possible.” Read more at The Daily Beast.

Los simpatizantes de Donald Trump son muy entusiastas y el aún presidente busca mantener su apoyo con miras a mantener influencia política en el futuro, luego de que deje la Casa Blanca. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Ver fotos
Los simpatizantes de Donald Trump son muy entusiastas y el aún presidente busca mantener su apoyo con miras a mantener influencia política en el futuro, luego de que deje la Casa Blanca. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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El sueño o la pesadilla de 2024
Ciertamente, que él diga que quiere postularse no significa que logrará la nominación republicana de 2024 ni tampoco que en ese supuesto ganará la elección de noviembre de ese año. Trump podría desde luego fracasar en su búsqueda de la candidatura o perder de nuevo la elección.

Pero tener esa ventana le permitiría ejercer una fuerte presión sobre el Partido Republicano y, sobre todo, mantener activos a sus muy numerosos seguidores con la noción de que en 2020 se les robó la elección pero serán vindicados en cuatro años.

La escena de un Trump victorioso volviendo a la Casa Blanca en enero de 2025 es un sueño despierto para el actual presidente, que deberá enfrentar la realidad de salir vencido de la residencia presidencial en enero de 2021. La idea, así, de postularse de nuevo es una suerte de bálsamo político-psicológico para Trump y sus seguidores más fervorosos.

Ese plan no necesariamente es auspicioso para muchos en el Partido Republicano. El mismo vicepresidente Mike Pence, por ejemplo, tiene aspiraciones presidenciales y podría ser una de las figuras más relevantes en un futuro proceso primario en 2023–2024. Pero ello quedaría fuertemente truncado si Trump se postula de nuevo.

Denzel Washington ‘safe’ after firefighters respond to smoke call at his L.A. home
Suzy Byrne
Suzy Byrne·Editor, Yahoo Entertainment
Thu, November 12, 2020, 11:22 AM AST·1 min read
Sometimes Denzel Washington saves the day — and other times helpers come to his rescue.

The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to the Oscar winner’s home in the Beverly Crest neighborhood on Wednesday night after a report of smoke, which was seen coming from the second floor of the mansion. Luckily, the source of the smoke was determined, no fire broke out and there were no injuries.

Actor Denzel Washington poses at the American Film Institute Awards in Los Angeles, California U.S., January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Denzel Washington and family are OK after a fire call at his Beverly Hills, Calif., home. (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)
“There is no fire and everyone is OK and safe,” Washington’s publicist tells Yahoo Entertainment.

According to the LAFD, firefighters searched the walls of the 28,887-square-foot, four story mansion with thermal imaging cameras to determine the source of smoke. No concealed flames were found. The source of that smoke was determined to be one of several furnaces in the home that was recently serviced. The furnace was “taken safely off-line.”

The final report from firefighters confirmed, “There were no injuries, and all occupants have been allowed to return inside the residence” at about 10:30 p.m. However, it’s not immediately known if Washington was at the home at the time.

Washington and his wife, Pauletta, are parents to four adult children. However, their actor son, John David Washington, had moved back home during the pandemic, he has said, into his old bedroom.

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