Both Trump and Pence to Campaign for Georgia Senate Runoffs

Both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are set to campaign for the Georgia Senate runoffs, which will determine which political party will control the chamber.

President Trump will travel to Georgia tomorrow. He is set to deliver a speech in Valdosta, accompanied by Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. Republicans in the state have expressed concern that the president’s presence will undermine their chances of emerging victorious come the runoffs, which are scheduled for January. The president has repeatedly attacked Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) and state officials since losing the state to President-elect Joe Biden in this year’s presidential election. read more

Pfizer Confirms It Did Not Work with the Trump Administration to Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

Trump puts Pence in charge of Coronavirus

Pfizer confirmed it did not work with the Trump administration to develop its coronavirus vaccine, which the company announced is 90 percent effective.

That did not stop Vice President Mike Pence from taking credit for the news, saying that the vaccine was the result of “the public-private partnership forged by” President Donald Trump as part of Operation WarpSpeed. read more

Kamala Harris Delivers Tribute to 9/11 Victims and First Responders

Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) delivered a tribute to victims of the September 11 attacks and the first responders who came to their aid in remarks at a memorial ceremony in Fairfax, Virginia.

“Let us also remember that honoring them is also about reminding us of who we are as Americans,” Harris said. “Because in times of tragedy, in times of despair, in times of suffering and pain, we, by our very nature as who we are, stand together. We stand together.” read more