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Trump to join voter-fraud hearing at Pennsylvania hotel with Giuliani

  • President Donald Trump is expected to join Rudy Giuliani at a hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday for a Republican-organized hearing into baseless voter-fraud allegations in the state, multiple news outlets reported.
  • Pennsylvania officially certified Biden’s victory Tuesday.
  • The event is said to be the first of several in battleground states designed to undermine Biden’s victory.
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President Donald Trump is expected to travel to Pennsylvania on Wednesday to address a Republican-organized event promoting baseless allegations of voter fraud in the state, Axios and CNN reported.

A source told Axios the plans might still change, but the visit would be just Trump’s first trip outside the Washington, DC, area since losing this month’s election to Joe Biden.

Sources told Axios and CNN that Trump was expected to join his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani at a hotel in Gettysburg to meet with the state’s Republican-led Senate Majority Policy Committee to discuss alleged “election issues and irregularities.”

State Sen. Doug Mastriano requested the meeting take place amid the Trump campaign’s refusal to give up its court challenges against Pennsylvania’s election result. The battleground state officially certified its result Tuesday, with Biden defeating Trump by 80,555 votes and securing its 20 Electoral College votes.

The event is said to be the first of several planned in battleground states designed to undermine Biden’s victory in the election, CNN reported.

Jenna Ellis, an attorney working on the Trump campaign, said the outgoing president’s legal team would not “back down” despite state officials certifying Biden’s victory.

“It’s in everyone’s interest to have a full vetting of election irregularities and fraud,” Giuliani said in a statement reported by Bloomberg.

“And the only way to do this is with public hearings, complete with witnesses, videos, pictures and other evidence of illegalities from the November 3rd election.”

Trump and his campaign continue to insist, without evidence, that widespread voter fraud led to his defeat earlier this month, and Pennsylvania has been at the center of their baseless claims.

Speaking after Pennsylvania certified its election result, the Biden campaign advisor Bob Bauer said: “It’s readily apparent to everyone besides Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and Jenna Ellis that this election is over and that Joe Biden won resoundingly.”

He added: “Trump did everything he could to disenfranchise voters and stop the results from being certified in Pennsylvania, including filing over 15 unsuccessful lawsuits — most recently producing one of the more embarrassing courtroom performances of all time, with the judge in the case ruling that their arguments were ‘without merit’ and ‘unsupported by evidence.’

“Trump did not succeed in Pennsylvania and he will not succeed anywhere else.”

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Trump To Travel To Pennsylvania To Join Giuliani At GOP Hearing On Voter Fraud Allegations

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President Donald Trump will travel to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, multiple outlets have confirmed, where he will join his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, for a Republican-led state Senate Majority Policy Committee “hearing” to discuss allegations of fraud related to the 2020 presidential election.

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CNN broke the story overnight Tuesday, noting the hearing was not on Trump’s public schedule, and that the planning was being “handled internally as an unannounced movement.”

Early Wednesday, Fox News confirmed the president’s travel plans include a trip to the Keystone State.

Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano (R) set up the hearing (which is not being formally administered by the Pennsylvania legislature) and invited several other Republican lawmakers. 

“Elections are a fundamental principle of our democracy – unfortunately, Pennsylvanians have lost faith in the electoral system,” said Mastriano. “I have heard from thousands of Pennsylvanians regarding issues experienced at the polls, irregularities with the mail-in voting system, and concerns whether their vote was counted.”

The event is scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m., although it is not yet known what time Trump will arrive, and it is unknown if Trump will speak at the event. 

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The trip to Pennsylvania will be the president’s first time leaving the Washington, D.C.-area since Election Day. New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted that some of Trump’s aides had “tried to talk him out” of attending the meeting. Some of the president’s advisers “were kept in the dark about this, underscoring how disjointed the president’s team has become in the two weeks since Nov. 3,” Haberman reported, adding, “others tried telling him this is a mistake. Among other things, Trump is likely to announce a 2024 campaign soon, and this is brand building.” On Saturday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Trump campaign that sought to invalidate millions of votes. On Tuesday, Pennsylvania certified the state’s 2020 general election results, which delivered 20 electoral votes for Biden. 

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According to CNN, the president is also considering attending a similar event in Michigan next week.

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Trump to join Giuliani at Pennsylvania GOP meeting on election irregularities, source says (Fox News) 

Trump is expected to join Giuliani at Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers’ voter fraud event (CNN)

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Trump team requests recount of Georgia vote; judge dismisses Trump campaign’s lawsuit in Pennsylvania

USA TODAY’S coverage of the 2020 election continues this week as states prepare to finish certifying their vote counts after President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the hard-fought presidential race. President Donald Trump has yet to concede the race as Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris prepare to take office in January.

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a man riding on the back of a pickup truck: President Donald Trump plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, Nov. 21, 2020.


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Loeffler quarantining after mixed COVID test results

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ATLANTA – U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler is quarantining after receiving mixed results from recent coronavirus tests.

A spokesperson for the Georgia senator’s campaign said in a statement Saturday night Loeffler took two rapid COVID tests on Friday morning which came back negative.

The statement says she received another test Friday evening and the results came back positive. Loeffler tested again Saturday morning and the results were inconclusive.

Her campaign says she doesn’t have symptoms. The statement says she is following CDC guidelines and informing those with whom she was in direct contact.

Loeffler appeared at a campaign event with Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. David Perdue in Georgia on Friday.

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Trump team requests recount of Georgia presidential vote

President Donald Trump’s legal team said Saturday that his campaign has requested a recount of votes in the Georgia presidential race after results showed Democrat Joe Biden winning the state.

Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Friday certified the state’s election results, which had Biden beating Trump by 12,670 votes out of about 5 million cast, or 0.25%. Republican Gov. Brian Kemp then certified the state’s slate of 16 presidential electors.

The statement from Trump’s legal team said: “Today, the Trump campaign filed a petition for recount in Georgia. We are focused on ensuring that every aspect of Georgia State Law and the U.S. Constitution are followed so that every legal vote is counted. President Trump and his campaign continue to insist on an honest recount in Georgia, which has to include signature matching and other vital safeguards.”

Georgia law allows a candidate to request a recount if the margin is less than 0.5%. The recount would be done using scanners that read and tabulate the votes. County election workers have already done a complete hand recount of all the votes cast in the presidential race. But that stemmed from a mandatory audit requirement and isn’t considered an official recount under the law.

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Judge dismisses Trump campaign’s effort to overturn Pennsylvania results 

A Pennsylvania federal court on Saturday denied President Donald Trump’s request to block certification of the state’s 2020 election results in order to give his lawyers time to find evidence to support their claims of

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Judge dismisses Trump campaign’s lawsuit n Pennsylvania; Trump speaks to G-20, skips COVID meeting Hotel

USA TODAY’S coverage of the 2020 election continues this week as states prepare to finish certifying their vote counts after President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the hard-fought presidential race. President Donald Trump has yet to concede the race as Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris prepare to take office in January.

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Judge dismisses Trump campaign’s effort to overturn Pennsylvania results 

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A Pennsylvania federal court on Saturday denied President Donald Trump’s request to block certification of the state’s 2020 election results in order to give his lawyers time to find evidence to support their claims of a fraudulent election system and improper ballot counting.

In a scathing ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann criticized the lack of evidence the Trump campaign presented to support its argument to potentially disenfranchise every voter in the commonwealth who cast a ballot in the 2020 elections — nearly 7 million in all.

The ruling entirely dismissed the case filed by Trump’s campaign and two Republican voters who said their ballots were rejected for technicalities, while those cast by thousands of voters in the state’s Democratic strongholds were accepted. The decision specifically denied permission to amend the allegations.

“This Court has been unable to find any case in which a plaintiff has sought such a drastic remedy in the contest of an election, in terms of the sheer volume of votes asked to be invalidated,” Brann wrote in the 37-page decision. 

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Trump talks COVID in G-20 message but skips pandemic side session

President Donald Trump highlighted the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic during a virtual appearance Saturday at a summit for leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies.

In remarks beamed in from the White House Situation Room, Trump told members of the Group of 20 Summit that global leaders need to work together to restore strong economic growth and jobs as the world overcomes the COVID-19 pandemic.

“President Trump highlighted how the United States marshaled every resource at its disposal to respond to the crisis, as well as the unprecedented economic recovery of the United States on a foundation of tax and regulatory cuts, energy independence and fair trade deals,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in a statement.

Trump also emphasized actions and safety measures the U.S. has taken to protect the vulnerable during the pandemic and efforts to develop vaccines and therapies, McEnany said.

Trump later traveled to his golf course in Virginia, just outside of Washington, and skipped a summit side conference on the need for a continued coordinated response to the pandemic. Leaders who participated in the conference

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Pennsylvania tightens mask mandate, enacts new travel rules as COVID-19 surges

The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Tuesday residents should wear masks in all settings – even if socially distanced – and avoid traveling, if possible.

For those who leave the state and want to come back, Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine advises testing negative for COVID-19 at least 72 hours before doing so. Those who don’t should quarantine for two weeks or until they receive a negative result.

The new guidance, in effect as of Friday, doesn’t apply to those who work across state lines or travel for medical care, Levine added. And it’s still up to local businesses to enforce the mask mandate.

“With freedom comes responsibility … and we all have a responsibility to work toward the common good,” Levine said. “And right now that means following the guidance to stop the spread of Covid-19 through out the state.”

The department reported more than 26,000 new cases of COVID-19 between Nov. 6 and Nov. 12 – an increase of more than 9,500 over the previous week. Testing positivity rates also spiked from 6.8 percent to 9.6 percent. The department has said anything over 5 percent is cause for concern.

So, too, are the rising hospitalizations across the state. The department said more than 2,500 residents are receiving inpatient care for the virus, of which about 22 percent are in intensive care. Levine said modeling shows the state could run out of ICU beds next month.

“COVID-19 is burning throughout our country … every single state in the country, from Maine to Hawaii, is being impacted,” Levine said. “What we are saying is, Pennsylvania is not an island … and we are seeing the impact of those increases from throughout the country.”

The new guidance comes just days after Gov. Tom Wolf participated in an emergency summit over the weekend with four other northeastern states.

Wolf attended a virtual meeting on Saturday hosted by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo that included New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and Delaware Gov. John Carney. The leaders discussed ways to combat the fall resurgence of the virus, months after entering into a regional coalition that coordinated on restrictions, testing and PPE.

Lyndsay Kensinger, a Wolf spokesperson, said Monday that the governor “did participate in the call last evening with Govs. Cuomo, Lamont, Murphy and Carney to discuss working together during this next phase of the COVID pandemic.”

“Topics ranged from travel, including for college students returning for the holidays, mask mandates, gatherings, testing, education, and sharing of resources and PPE,” she said. “These discussions will continue.”

Levine told reporters Tuesday there’s no plan to return to the color coded phases of restrictions – red, yellow and green – and that it’s up to local municipalities to enact stricter regulations. She couldn’t say what conditions might trigger a statewide response as was seen in the spring.

“It’s impossible for me to predict the future in terms of what exactly conditions might exist,” Levine said.

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Melania Trump to travel to Pennsylvania in final stretch of campaign

First lady Melania Trump is hitting the campaign trail this week, traveling to Pennsylvania on Tuesday to speak directly to voters before they cast their ballots in the final stretch before Election Day.

The first lady is traveling to to Atglen, Penn. Tuesday, for what will be her first solo campaign stop this year, where she will participate in a campaign event with former counselor to President Trump, Kellyanne Conway.

“Melania Trump’s solo visit to Pennsylvania in the final days of the 2016 campaign was pivotal to winning the state—and winning the election,” Conway, Trump’s campaign manager in 2016, told Fox News. “Now she returns as first lady, to highlight how her platform has helped Pennsylvanians and to make the case for four more years of freedom, opportunity, prosperity and security.”

Pennsylvania was the first state Melania Trump visited after the Republican National Convention in 2016. She most recently visited Pennsylvania in October 2018 where she delivered remarks at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for the National Convening on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, hosted by the Department of Health and Human Services.

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“We are excited to have first lady Melania Trump on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania to connect with voters in the Keystone State and share President Trump’s Make America Great Again agenda,” Mercedes Schlapp, Trump 2020 senior adviser for strategic communications, told Fox News.

First lady Melania Trump arriving before the start of the second and final presidential debate Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

First lady Melania Trump arriving before the start of the second and final presidential debate Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

“Mrs. Trump has fought to empower the hardworking men and women of Pennsylvania, and this event will be a perfect opportunity to discuss the future success in the state under four more years of President Trump,” Schlapp added.

The Trump campaign touted the first lady’s work over the last four years, including her work to combat the opioid crisis in America, and called the first lady a “champion” for school choice.

The RealClearPolitics average shows Trump trailing Democratic nominee Joe Biden with 44.5% of the vote to the former vice president’s 49.6% of the vote.

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The first lady, earlier this month, tested positive for COVID-19. She has since recovered. Her first trip following her recovery was to the presidential debate in Nashville, Tenn., last week. 

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2020 Election Live Updates: Trump to Travel to 3 States as Biden Focuses on Pennsylvania

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President Trump is seeking to recapture the last-minute energy that lifted him to a surprise win four years ago, undertaking an aggressive schedule of rallies that will bring him to some of the country’s top battlegrounds even as coronavirus cases surge.

The president will start on Saturday in Lumberton, a town in North Carolina, one of the most important states for determining not only the next president but also control of the United States Senate, with Senator Thom Tillis locked in a tight re-election race against his Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham.

From there, Mr. Trump is off to Circleville, Ohio, outside of Columbus, and then Waukesha, Wis. On Sunday, He will fly to New Hampshire, the lone state on his weekend itinerary that he did not carry in 2016. The hopscotching schedule is reminiscent of 2016, when Mr. Trump flew from state to state for multiple events a day in his private plane.

Except then there was no pandemic, and this time the final stages of the presidential race are coinciding with a surge in cases and hospitalizations. “We’re rounding the corner. It’s going away,” Mr. Trump claimed inaccurately at Thursday’s debate.

The virus’s surge ensures that even Mr. Trump’s well-attended rallies can be a political liability, a reminder to voters fearful of the pandemic of his regular disregard for expert and public health advice.

His rival, Joseph R. Biden Jr., will return to the campaign trail after a week dominated by debate preparations and capped by a speech on Friday in Delaware on the coronavirus, which the former vice president has made a centerpiece of his campaign and his closing argument. His opening line at the debate was counting the 220,000 dead Americans. “Anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America,” he said.

On Saturday, Mr. Biden will make two stops in Pennsylvania, both for drive-in rallies, a new style of event that his campaign has popularized during the pandemic. The first will come in Bucks County, outside of Philadelphia, and the second in the northeastern county of Luzerne, a former Democratic stronghold and one of three Pennsylvania counties that Mr. Trump flipped in 2016.

Pennsylvania is a top focus for the Biden campaign. Along with Mr. Biden’s appearances this weekend, Senator Bernie Sanders will be in western Pennsylvania on Saturday, holding a get-out-the vote event in Pittsburgh and a drive-in rally with the state’s lieutenant governor.

In a sign of Pennsylvania’s potential as the 2020 tipping point, the Biden campaign dispatched President Barack Obama there earlier in the week for his first in-person event of the general election. On Saturday, Mr. Obama will be in Miami for his second in-person event.

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NY quarantine list could include New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut

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The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut announced a new travel advisory on June 24, 2020.

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At least five states have seen an increase in COVID-19 cases that qualify them for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s quarantine advisory — including New Jersey and Connecticut, reports the Democrat & Chronicle, a USA TODAY Network publication.

Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jersey — all direct neighbors of New York — were among at least 43 states and territories that averaged at least 10 daily coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents over the past week, the threshold for the tri-state travel advisory requiring incoming travelers to quarantine.

When New York updates its list of affected states Tuesday, it will mark the first time any of its neighboring states qualified, raising questions about whether people who frequently cross the state border for work will be granted an exemption.

Further complicating matters is New York has worked in partnership with New Jersey and Connecticut on the travel advisory, which the three states first issued jointly in late June.

On Monday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggested the state may not be able to do much to stop travel between the neighboring states.

New York’s enforcement of the measure has been almost exclusively at airports, where most out-of-state travelers are required to fill out a contact tracing form upon arrival under threat of a $2,000 fine. 

“If you were to limit access to New Jersey or Connecticut, I don’t know to what extent it would even be possible to do border patrol because you don’t have (air travel) there and it would also be seriously disruptive to the economy,” Cuomo said during a media conference call.

More states qualify for quarantine list

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut first issued their joint travel advisory in late June. The advisory directs travelers who recently spent time in areas with moderate-to-high levels of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival to one of the three states.

In New York, the order applies to state residents who recently traveled to another state on the quarantine list.

New York updates its travel advisory data weekly and updates the quarantine list on behalf of the three states each Tuesday. In recent weeks, the state has updated the list in the late afternoon.

Database: See how close your state is to coming off the NY, NJ, CT quarantine list

A state qualifies for the quarantine list if it averaged at least 10 daily coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents over the previous week, or if at least 10% of COVID-19 tests came back positive over the same time period. 

As of Oct.12, 38 states and territories qualified for the quarantine list, including large states like Florida and Texas.

Since then, at least five additional states — Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Arizona and New Jersey — all exceeded the threshold, according to a USA TODAY Network.

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The Latest: Harris Negative for Virus After Canceling Travel | Pennsylvania News

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2020 presidential election (all times local):

California Sen. Kamala Harris has tested negative for the coronavirus.

It comes the same day she canceled travel for several days after two people involved with the Democratic presidential campaign tested positive.

The campaign says both Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, tested negative for the virus Thursday.

Harris, Joe Biden’s running mate, was scheduled to campaign in North Carolina, which she has replaced with a virtual event.

The campaign announced Thursday morning that Harris’ communications director and a noncampaign staff member of the fight crew for her travel tested positive for the virus. The campaign says Harris did not have close contact with either within the past 48 hours.

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE:

President Donald Trump is traveling to North Carolina and Florida on Thursday and will participate in an NBC town hall from Miami at 8 p.m. Eastern. His Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, is participating in an ABC town hall from Philadelphia at the same time.

— President Donald Trump and Joe Biden will compete for TV audiences in dueling town halls.

— Poll by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds majorities of Americans are highly critical of Trump’s handling of coronavirus pandemic and his own illness.

— Harris temporarily suspend in-person events after two campaign associates test positive for virus.

HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON:

President Donald Trump is taking some of his most overt swipes yet at Dr. Anthony Fauci while campaigning in North Carolina.

Trump is defending his administration’s response to the pandemic, as he generally does at his rallies.

He offered a reminder that Fauci at one point said that people should not wear a mask. The doctor has said that an early recommendation about not wearing a mask was because there was a shortage of personal protective equipment for health professionals at the time. He has since called for universal mask wearing.

Trump called Fauci a nice guy, “so I keep him around.”

But he also described Fauci, the government’s top infectious disease expert, as a Democrat. “Everybody knows that. He’s Cuomo’s friend,” Trump says, a reference to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Fauci has been studiously apolitical over a five-decade career in public health. The doctor has expressed dismay that the president used his comments in a campaign ad and says his comments were taken out of comments.

President Donald Trump has added some new material to his campaign rally speech: his teenage son Barron’s recent coronavirus infection.

Trump has worked the 14-year-old’s medical condition into his rally speech since the first lady disclosed Wednesday that their son had tested positive. She said he didn’t have any symptoms and has since tested negative.

Mrs. Trump has fiercely guarded the ninth-grader’s privacy, but the president is now using his son’s case to bolster his argument for why schools can and should fully reopen.

At a rally Thursday in Greenville,

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Poconos – Pocono Mountains Pennsylvania Vacation Rentals


Poconos Cabin Rentals – A Great Way To Experience The Area

When you are in the Poconos mountains area, you are going to want to stay in a great place for your perfect getaway. Often that place is going to be a cabin, but it will be a place that is going to provide you plenty of enjoyment. That is because you can find vacation rentals houses with amenities like private pools, indoor pools, outdoor pools and fire pits., but they have the added bonus of being in a beautiful area which can be completely different than what you get at home. So what makes these rentals such a great option compared to a hotel and what can you do in the area? Not only that how can you find the rentals? That is easy to do when you check out findrentals.com and the wide selection of properties we have available for you to rent. We have rentals in the poconos mountains that are great for family reunions ,family vacations and other just for family and friends. Before you start looking at our amazing list of cabins for your mountain getaway it is time to explore more of why you would want to come here.

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