During another unhinged campaign event on Monday, Donald Trump didn't even pretend to have an economic agenda.
Republicans are in for a rude awakening if they think it's smart politics to steal another Supreme Court seat right before the election.
A federal judge has extended the deadline for the state of Wisconsin to accept postmarked absentee ballots to six days after the election.
Trump admitted that he needs a full Supreme Court so that he can sue and still stay in office after he loses to Joe Biden.
Trump is eyeing holding a primetime event to unveil his Supreme Court nominee. If he does this, Biden deserves equal time.
By declaring New York, Seattle, and Portland, "anarchist jurisdictions," Trump will defund the police by stripping federal funding from those cities.
Attorney General William Barr said in a statement that New York City, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon are jurisdictions “permitting violence and destruction of property” and are subject to funding cuts per an executive order from President Donald Trump to slash the budgets of cities “permitting anarchy.” The news release cites the decision by New York and Seattle lawmakers to cut police department budgets and the existence of the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) in Seattle, a self-declared autonomous zone that police cleared of protesters in July.
President Donald Trump claimed in an interview on “Fox and Friends” that he can “call rich people I know” to close the fundraising gap between him and Democrat Joe Biden.
“Give me one day and a telephone, I could get all these rich people that I know very much to all put up millions of dollars a piece,” Trump said.
In August, the state of New York sued the National Rifle Association (NRA), arguing that misspending and corruption justified dissolving the organization for good. According to President Donald Trump, who called in to speak with the hosts of “Fox and Friends” earlier this morning, the NRA is in trouble after not taking his advice to “get out of New York” altogether.
Fox News personality says opposition to President Donald Trump replacing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court is little more than a “hissy fit” from the president’s left-wing critics.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to advertise the latest book from Fox Business personality Lou Dobbs. Dobbs’s book, The Trump Century, purports that Trump “remade the American economy according his own rules, setting the nation back on a path to prosperity.” It comes out tomorrow.
Joe Biden is expanding his lead in states where Trump is investing money, which suggests that Biden might be building toward a blowout.
69% of Americans in a new poll said that they had no confidence in Trump to confirm a safe coronavirus vaccine.
Trump admitted during his rally in North Carolina that he is planning on stealing the election by getting his federal judges to throw out ballots.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wouldn't rule out impeaching Trump again to tie up the Senate and block Trump's SCOTUS nominee.
While the great majority of civilized nations have made significant strides in social progress, in the age of Trump Americans are worse off than they were less than nine years ago and the United States is nearing being designated as a “developing country.”
Pushing through a Supreme Court nominee could also bring down Mitch McConnell's Republican Senate majority.
As Trump and McConnell move quickly to fill Ginsburg's seat, GOP senators aren't even trying to hide what their endgame is.
The polling consistently shows that the American people want Joe Biden, not Donald Trump, to choose Ginsburg's replacement.
The White House has confirmed that there is not enough time on the Senate calendar to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee.