Republicans are asking Biden to take a cognitive test… will he do it?

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By now, you’ve likely heard the rumors swirling that Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey is considering a potential run for Texas governor — a move that Senator Ted Cruz does not want to see come to fruition.

If McConaughey does ultimately run, he’d be hoping to unseat Governor Greg Abbott, who has been a “close friend and mentor” for Cruz.

McConaughey’s political views are also a bit murky, and no one has pinned him down to a party just yet.

Republicans have held the post at the Texas governor’s mansion for nearly 30 years.

“He’s a very charming, very affable guy,” said Cruz. “He’s a movie star, and a good-looking, charming, affable movie star can be a really formidable candidate on the ballot. And I hope that doesn’t happen, but you know what? He’s going to have to make his own decision whether he’s going to run or not.”

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Futures looked to continue their downward spiral on Friday morning, prompted by the Federal Reserve meeting earlier this week that sent stocks south. Meanwhile, the 10-year yield hovered around 1.49% this morning, despite a surge to 1.6% on Wednesday.

And in the U.K., recent research suggests that the coronavirus may actually impact the brain tissue for a long period of time.

“In short, the study suggests that there could be some long-term loss of brain tissues from [the virus], and that would have some long-term consequences,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb.

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