In a string of tweets on Thursday evening, President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen emphatically denied an unconfirmed report from McClatchy that claims signals from his cell phone were detected around Prague, Czech Republic, during summer 2016.

"I hear #Prague #CzechRepublic is beautiful in the summertime. I wouldn’t know as I have never been. #Mueller knows everything!"

Why it matters: The infamous Steele dossier, a document that describes alleged coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, claims that Cohen secretly met with Kremlin officials in Prague at that time. Cohen has continuously denied ever having traveled to Prague — famously tweeting a photo of his passport in early 2017 — and continues to do so even after providing extensive cooperation to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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Driving the news: Prime Minister Hassan Diab said the explosions occurred at a warehouse that had been storing 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate for over six years.

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Confidants of Joe Biden believe his choices for vice president have narrowed to Sen. Kamala Harris and Susan Rice — and would be surprised if he picks anyone else.

The state of play: This is a snapshot of the nearly unanimous read that we get from more than a dozen people close to him.

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The coronavirus will make the 2020 presidential election different from any in modern history: Voting that begins earlier, results that take longer, mail carriers as virtual poll workers and October Surprises that pop in September.

The big picture: Perhaps 80 million Americans will vote early, by mail or in person, Tom Bonier, CEO of TargetSmart, a Democratic political data firm, tells Axios. That's going to set up more of an Election Season than an Election Day — and increase the odds of national turmoil over the vote count.