Replaying Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The October 20, 2020 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 293 day of the year. President of the United States was Donald J. Trump.

If you were born on this day, you are 0 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 89 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, in 275 days. You have lived for 89 days, or about 2,147 hours, or about 128,849 minutes, or about 7,730,975 seconds.

Some people who share this birthday:

  • Christopher Wren (politician, anatomist, astronomer, mathematician, physicist, university teacher, architect, urban planner, born October 20, 1632)
  • John Dewey (philosopher, sociologist, professor, pedagogue, trade unionist, psychologist, born October 20, 1859)
  • Snoop Dogg (screenwriter, singer, musician, record producer, actor, songwriter, film actor, television actor, voice actor, film producer, businessperson, rapper, born October 20, 1971)
  • Arthur Rimbaud (writer, poet, explorer, arms trader, born October 20, 1854)
  • Elfriede Jelinek (playwright, screenwriter, novelist, writer, poet, translator, author, librettist, born October 20, 1946)
  • Stanisław Leszczyński (art collector, born October 20, 1677)
  • James Chadwick (physicist, nuclear scientist, university teacher, born October 20, 1891)
  • Dmitry Donskoy (statesperson, born October 12, 1350)
  • Báb (religious servant, preacher, born October 20, 1819)
  • Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (politician, born October 20, 1784)
  • Jomo Kenyatta (politician, writer, born October 20, 1893)
  • Charles Ives (musician, composer, actuary, born October 20, 1874)
  • Bela Lugosi (actor, film actor, stage actor, trade unionist, born October 20, 1882)
  • Tom Petty (singer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, record producer, composer, born October 20, 1950)
  • Li Peng (politician, born October 20, 1928)
  • Danny Boyle (screenwriter, film director, film producer, born October 20, 1956)
  • Michiko (Empress Consort of Japan, born October 20, 1934)
  • Jelly Roll Morton (pianist, composer, conductor, jazz musician, bandleader, born October 20, 1890)
  • Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (physician, university teacher, biologist, geneticist, biochemist, psychologist, physiologist, born October 20, 1942)
  • Mickey Mantle (baseball player, born October 20, 1931)
  • Viggo Mortensen (writer, painter, poet, singer, musician, actor, film actor, composer, photographer, born October 20, 1958)
  • Tommy Douglas (politician, cleric, minister, born October 20, 1904)
  • Jacob Arminius (university teacher, professor, theologian, born October 10, 1560)
  • Dannii Minogue (singer, singer-songwriter, actor, songwriter, film actor, model, disc jockey, dressmaker, presenter, born October 20, 1971)
  • Branislav Nušić (playwright, novelist, writer, diplomat, poet lawyer, journalist, civil servant, born October 20, 1864)
  • Jean-Pierre Melville (screenwriter, film director, actor, film producer, born October 20, 1917)
  • José Acasuso (tennis player, born October 20, 1982)
  • Ian Rush (association football player, association football manager, born October 20, 1961)
  • Pauline Bonaparte (politician, born October 20, 1780)
  • Yanina Wickmayer (tennis player, born October 20, 1989)
  • Claudio Ranieri (association football player, association football manager, born October 20, 1951)
  • Eleanor of England, Queen of Castile (consort, born October 13, 1162)
  • Bálint Balassi (writer, poet, translator, born October 10, 1554)
  • Maurice Gamelin (military personnel, born October 20, 1872)
  • Xu Shichang (politician, born October 20, 1855)
  • Flavio Cipolla (tennis player, born October 20, 1983)
  • Stefan Raab (comedian, singer-songwriter, record producer, journalist, conductor, radio personality, television presenter, entrepreneur, television producer, entertainer, born October 20, 1966)
  • Stéphane Hessel (writer, diplomat, French Resistance fighter, political activist, born October 20, 1917)
  • Lepa Brena (singer, actor, model, born October 20, 1960)
  • Otfried Preußler (screenwriter, children's writer, writer, translator, pedagogue, born October 20, 1923)
  • Thomas Newman (musician, composer, film score composer, born October 20, 1955)
  • Jerry Orbach (actor, film actor, stage actor, television actor, voice actor, born October 20, 1935)
  • Aelbert Cuyp (painter, born October 20, 1620)
  • Yuliya Beygelzimer (tennis player, born October 20, 1983)
  • Yi Un (military personnel, born October 20, 1897)
  • Sugita Genpaku (writer, translator, linguist, born October 20, 1733)
  • Charley Chase (screenwriter, comedian, film director, film actor, born October 20, 1893)
  • Roger Hanin (politician, screenwriter, writer, film director, actor, film actor, born October 20, 1925)
  • Lucien Van Impe (sport cyclist, born October 20, 1946)
  • Alphonse Allais (screenwriter, science fiction writer, comedian, writer, painter, poet, composer, journalist, born October 20, 1854)
  • Kimberly Po (tennis player, born October 20, 1971)
  • Tom Dowd (engineer, record producer, composer, audio engineer, born October 20, 1925)
  • Scott Hall (professional wrestler, born October 20, 1958)
  • Valeriy Borzov (politician, athletics competitor, sprinter, born October 20, 1949)
  • Don Stephen Senanayake (politician, diplomat, born October 20, 1884)
  • Infanta Catherine Michelle of Spain (politician, born October 10, 1567)
  • Thomas Bartholin (physician, born October 20, 1616)
  • Nicolas de Largillière (painter, born October 20, 1656)
  • Chavo Guerrero (professional wrestler, born October 20, 1969)
  • Gabriel Bibron (zoologist, herpetologist, born October 20, 1805)
  • Amos Mansdorf (tennis player, born October 20, 1965)
  • Wanda Jackson (singer, musician, guitarist, songwriter, yodeler, born October 20, 1937)
  • Mustai Karim (playwright, poet, born October 20, 1919)
  • Kazimierz Twardowski (mathematician, philosopher, university teacher, born October 20, 1866)
  • Konrad Wolf (politician, screenwriter, film director, born October 20, 1925)
  • Risa Niigaki (singer, actor, stage actor, seiyū, born October 20, 1988)
  • Ango Sakaguchi (screenwriter, novelist, writer, critic, born October 20, 1906)
  • Guillermo Pérez-Roldán (tennis player, tennis coach, born October 20, 1969)
  • Jack O'Neill (soldier, born October 20, 1952)
  • John Krasinski (screenwriter, film director, actor, film actor, stage actor, television actor, voice actor, film producer, born October 20, 1979)
  • Yasuhiko Asaka (military personnel, born October 20, 1887)
  • Adam Naruszewicz (poet, historian, priest, Catholic priest, born October 20, 1733)
  • Eddie Harris (pianist, composer, jazz musician, saxophonist, born October 20, 1934)
  • Daniel Owen (writer, born October 20, 1836)
  • Mario Luzi (politician, playwright, writer, poet, born October 20, 1914)
  • Rokurō Naya (actor, seiyū, impresario, born October 20, 1932)
  • Art Buchwald (screenwriter, writer, essayist, journalist, columnist, born October 20, 1925)
  • Geoffrey II, Count of Anjou (monarch, born October 14, 1006)
  • Mark King (singer, songwriter, composer, born October 20, 1958)
  • Sattar Khan (politician, born October 20, 1868)
  • Jorge Carlos Fonseca (politician, diplomat, faculty member, born October 20, 1951)
  • Gottfried Achenwall (jurist, economist, mathematician, historian, university teacher, statistician, born October 20, 1719)
  • Frits Thaulow (painter, born October 20, 1847)
  • Dalia Itzik (politician, trade unionist, educator, born October 20, 1952)
  • Marin Drinov (historian, university teacher, medievalist, born October 20, 1838)
  • Ismail al-Azhari (politician, politician, born October 20, 1900)
  • Piet Hein Donner (politician, jurist, university teacher, judge, born October 20, 1948)
  • Hiromu Nonaka (politician, born October 20, 1925)
  • George Newbold Lawrence (zoologist, ornithologist, born October 20, 1806)
  • Dave Wong (singer, actor, songwriter, born October 20, 1962)

20th of October 2020 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 20, 2020

Trump Taunts Lesley Stahl of ‘60 Minutes’ After Cutting Off Interview

Date: 20 October 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and Maggie Haberman

Michael

Two weeks from Election Day, the president picked a fight with the country’s most popular television news program.

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Trump and Biden Will Be Muted for Parts of Their Next Debate

Date: 20 October 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum

Michael

In an unusual move meant to avoid interruptions like those that marred the first debate, the organizers said they would turn off each candidate’s audio feed while his rival had the floor.

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Here Are the Hundreds of Sites in a Pay-to-Play Local News Network

Date: 20 October 2020

By Davey Alba and Jack Nicas

Davey Alba

We are publishing the full list so readers can see whether the sites target their area.

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How ‘Spygate’ Attacks Fizzled

Date: 20 October 2020

By Kevin Roose

Kevin Roose

The baseless espionage narrative, which fueled right-wing conspiracy theories for years, has quietly faded from view.

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1,300 Prisoners Escape From Congo Jail After an Attack Claimed by ISIS

Date: 20 October 2020

By Mike Ives and Isabella Kwai

Mike Ives

Local officials blamed an Islamist militant group for the assault on the prison and a nearby military camp in the northeastern part of the country.

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Ireland Reimposes National Lockdown

Date: 20 October 2020

By AFP

Afp

Ireland will impose a six-week lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus cases with the hope of reopening in time for Christmas.

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Long Early Voting Lines in Wisconsin, Tennessee and Georgia

Date: 20 October 2020

By The New York Times

Residents faced lengthy wait times to cast a ballot for early, in-person voting on Tuesday in Wisconsin, Tennessee and Georgia.

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What Questions Do You Have About the Election?

Date: 21 October 2020

By The New York Times

We're answering some of your questions about the 2020 election.

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Trump and Biden will be muted during parts of Thursday’s debate.

Date: 20 October 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and Sydney Ember

Michael

The debate commission plans to mute President Trump and Joe Biden during portions of the final debate.

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Kamala Harris Tells Voters to ‘Honor the Ancestors’

Date: 20 October 2020

By The Associated Press

Senator Kamala Harris participated in a virtual campaign rally in Milwaukee, urging early voters “to honor the ancestors” by casting their ballots in the presidential election.

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