Trump Threatens Those Protesting Tomorrow’s Rally, Promises “Different Scene” Than NY, Seattle or Minneapolis

President Donald Trump issued a threat to anyone planning to protest tomorrow’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you have been in New York, Seattle, or Minneapolis,” he wrote on Twitter. “It will be a much different scene!” read more

Trump Cites Mail-In Voting As His “Biggest Risk” of Not Winning in November

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President Donald Trump cited mail-in voting as his “biggest risk” of not winning reelection this November in an interview with Politico conducted yesterday and published this morning.

“My biggest risk is that we don’t win lawsuits,” Trump said. “We have many lawsuits going all over. And if we don’t win those lawsuits, I think — I think it puts the election at risk.” read more

Sanders Slams Trump for Moving Ahead with Tulsa Rally

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (I) rebuked President Donald Trump for his decision to move ahead with a planned rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma this Saturday.

“I find it literally incomprehensible that the president, who is an extraordinary narcissist, is willing to sacrifice the health not only of the people who attend his indoor rally, but those people who come into contact with the people who attend the indoor rally,” Sanders told The Associated Press. read more

Biden’s National Lead Increases to 13 Percent as Trump’s Approval Rating Falters

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According to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s national lead over President Donald Trump has increased to 13 percent.

48 percent of respondents said that they would vote for Biden, according to the poll. Those who would vote for Trump comprised 35 percent of the poll’s respondents. The poll also indicates that Republicans’ net approval of Trump is down 13 points from March to June. read more