This is an E-Update for the meeting: City Council Special Meeting - Sep 29 2020
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Former President Obama is raising questions about reports President Trump has a Chinese bank account. At an event in Philadelphia, Obama asked what the reaction would've been if he'd maintained a bank account at a Chinese bank. He joked that Fox News would've called him "Beijing Barry."        At least 31 states are now in the COVID-19 red zone. A new White House task force report puts Colorado, Michigan, Ohio, Texas and West Virginia on the list because their positivity rates exceeds ten-percent. Ohio set a record yesterday with 23-hundred new cases. Utah also set a record for hospital patients and Minnesota saw 35 deaths, the most since May.        Iran and Russia are trying to influence the 2020 election. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe says Iran sent fake emails designed to intimidate voters. He said both countries have obtained voter registration data. Ratcliffe called it "desperate attempts by desperate adversaries," but noted U.S. election systems are "resilient."        Brandon Lowe homered twice as the Rays dropped the Dodgers 6-4 in Game Two of the World Series in Arlington. Joey Wendle had a two-run double, with he and Lowe plating three runs each. Blake Snell struck out nine over four-and-two-thirds innings of two-run ball. Nick Anderson got the win and Diego Castillo the save as Tampa Bay tied the series at a game apiece. Game Three is Friday.       Rudy Giuliani is responding to getting caught in a compromising situation in the upcoming "Borat" film. In a series of tweets, Giuliani said if "Sacha Baron Cohen implies there was inappropriate behavior, he is a stone-cold liar." Multiple reports say following a fake interview, Giuliani is seen on a bed with his hand inside his pants while a woman stands at the foot of the bed. Giuliani says he was just tucking in his shirt.        NASA says there's been an "exciting new discovery" about the moon, to be revealed Monday. Scientists suggested the news will help support deep space exploration. The agency wants to send the first woman and another man to the lunar surface in 2024.