What was supposed to be a speech about his commitment to dirty fossil fuels quickly turned into another episode of Trump's apparent cognitive decline.
Joe Biden has slammed the Trump campaign’s recent ads depicting a country in chaos and attacking him for wanting to defund the police and being soft on crime.
The former Vice President accused President Donald Trump of stoking people’s fears as part of his “law and order” campaign pitch. For his part, Biden has not called for defunding police.
Madeleine Albright has slammed Donald Trump for his handling of Coronavirus and called on Americans to support former Vice President Joe Biden.
The former Secretary of State accused the President of “folly” in an email circulated by the Biden presidential campaign. She explained that Trump was endangering U.S. democracy.
Susan Rice made an appeal for donations to the Biden campaign on Monday and immediately started new speculation about her chances of winning the Democratic VP slot.
The former U.N. Ambassador‘s photo appeared at the top of a fundraising email with a message urging supporters to chip in and help beat President Donald Trump.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) said that he has been briefed on a specific foreign threat to the presidential election designed to help Trump.
During the third day of Donald Trump's second season of coronavirus press conferences, the president sent more mixed signals about the pandemic.
An electoral bloodbath could be brewing as Joe Biden holds big leads over Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Minnesota.
Trump is spending the workday melting down over a new burst of support from Barack Obama for his former vice president Joe Biden.
Nancy Shively, a Tulsa, Oklahoma special education teacher and “lifelong Republican who reluctantly voted for Donald Trump in 2016,” said in an op-ed for USA Today that “When the pandemic hit, the incompetence of the man for whom I had voted and the complicity of everyone around him forced me to admit that I could no longer maintain any kind of self-respect as a Republican.”
A Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll gave Democratic contender Joe Biden an 8-point lead over President Donald Trump. 46 percent said they would back the Democratic candidate compared to 38 percent who said they’d vote for the incumbent. The remaining 16 percent say they’re undecided over who to pick. Some indicated they might vote for a third-party candidate. Others indicated they might not vote at all.
The Biden campaign has released a teaser video of a conversation between Joe Biden and Barack Obama where the two men will apparently critique Donald Trump.
The socially distant conversation will be released on Thursday, 23 July but the the former Vice President’s campaign released some quotes and a short video clip on Wednesday.
All over the map, Joe Biden is either overtaking Trump or pulling near-even with him in states the president won in 2016.
Joe Biden has slammed Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and policies, saying he’ll reverse the Muslim travel ban on his first day in office. He accused the President of appointing Islamophobic people to high office.
George Will has said he’ll vote for Joe Biden in November. The well-known conservative columnist also believes the presumptive Democratic nominee will win.
This will be the first time Will has ever voted for a Democratic presidential candidate, as his pro-Republican credentials will show. He’s the latest high-profile conservative to opt for Biden.
On Monday, Joe Biden showed the kind of leadership that has been missing in the Oval Office for the past three and a half years.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has taken President Donald Trump to task after he declined to say whether he’ll accept the election results if he loses to Democrat Joe Biden. Pelosi made the remarks earlier this morning during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
John Kasich will speak in favor of Joe Biden at the upcoming Democratic National Convention. Reports on Monday suggested Kasich would be one of many prominent pro-Biden Republicans in the coming weeks.
Former President Barack Obama remembered the late Rep. John Lewis and perfectly summed up the enormous impact that Lewis had on the United States.
The nonpartisan Cook Political Report has shifted its rating of 20 House races toward Democrats, saying President Donald Trump’s “abysmal polling since the pandemic began is seriously jeopardizing down-ballot GOP fortunes.”
More Americans identify as Democrats, a signal that American party preferences have “swung sharply” in their favor, according to the latest Gallup poll.
“What had been a two-percentage-point Republican advantage in U.S. party identification and leaning has become an 11-point Democratic advantage, with more of that movement reflecting a loss in Republican identification and leaning (down eight points) than a gain in Democratic identification and leaning (up five points,” Gallup reported.