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Photo: Brynn Anderson / AP

A majority of President Trump's supporters (62%) can't think of anything Trump has done that they're unhappy with, according to a Pew Research poll.

  • Of the supporters who have been disappointed in the president 26% are unhappy with his style and 14% disapprove of his social media use and "unprofessional behavior."

The other side: Of the majority of Americans who disapprove of the president's job performance, 84% say they can't think of anything Trump has done that they're happy with.

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🦠: Greece's artistic swimming team to miss Olympics after COVID outbreak

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Startups are getting close to being able to sell cultivated seafood products that have been grown from fish cells in a lab-like facility, rather than caught in the wild or farmed.

Why it matters: Developing cultivated animal protein that could compete with conventional products is a promising way for people to eat what they want without killing animals or damaging the planet.

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With the Chinese government accelerating moves against its own tech industry, China is β€” for now β€” prioritizing Communist Party control of the domestic economy over aggressive international competition.

Why it matters: China and the U.S. are both playing a long game, with tech as the playing field, companies as the pieces and domination of the global economy as the stakes.