Twenty five million votes have already been cast in 2020, which is seventeen times more turnout than at the same point in 2016.
Russia has been planning to use Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to leak fake Biden in emails in the weeks before election day since 2019.
Joe Biden had a fiery response to a CBS reporter who asked him about the Russian disinformation pushed by Rudy Giuliani and published by Rupert Murdoch.
Donald Trump has long been desperate for celebrity endorsements. The only that ever seemed to come, though, were from people like Ted Nugent, Tim Allen and Kid Rock.
The majority of musicians, actors and artists support Democratic candidates. Rap mogul Sean Combs recently came out to endorse Joe Biden. Diddy, however, took it one step further.
At one of his rally stops in Florida, Trump told one of his "jokes" where he threatened Gov. Ron DeSantis if he didn't deliver Florida.
Recently, Republican lawmakers like Ben Sasse and Mitt Romney have forcefully condemned Donald Trump. But for every Romney or Sasse, there are 15 GOP Reps willing to completely debase themselves for the president.
Former Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly talked about the depths of Trump's dishonesty and called the president pathetic.
As Donald Trump continues to watch his presidency slip away, his supporters are calling on journalists to be shot.
At a taxpayer-funded official White House event in Florida, Trump accused Joe Biden of being the head of a crime family.
In a stunningly emotional ad that hits right at the heart of what women have been feeling for four years under this president, the Lincoln Project's new ad asks, "When your daughter looks in the mirror, what do you want her to see?"
Joe Biden drew nearly two million more viewers than Donald Trump for their head to head town halls carried on ABC and NBC.
Trump's own advisers think that he is going to lose to Joe Biden and take Senate Republicans down with him.
The New York Times editorial board penned a scathing op-ed urging Americans to “end our national crisis” and vote President Donald Trump out of office this November.
“Donald Trump’s re-election campaign poses the greatest threat to American democracy since World War II,” the board writes. “Mr. Trump’s ruinous tenure already has gravely damaged the United States at home and around the world. He has abused the power of his office and denied the legitimacy of his political opponents, shattering the norms that have bound the nation together for generations. He has subsumed the public interest to the profitability of his business and political interests. He has shown a breathtaking disregard for the lives and liberties of Americans. He is a man unworthy of the office he holds.”
The Trump administration has rejected California’s request for disaster relief funds to tackle wildfires and to help residents displaced by a string of fires that have impacted the state.
“The request for a Major Presidential Disaster Declaration for early September fires has been denied by the federal administration,” said Brian Ferguson, a spokesman for the governor’s office of emergency services.
President Donald Trump claimed his poll numbers are “looking very strong” and that a “RED WAVE” is coming despite lagging in the polls behind his rival, Democrat Joe Biden.
“Big crowds, great enthusiasm,” the president wrote on Twitter.
Earlier this morning, President Donald Trump wrote a tweet singling out Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), who faces a troubling path to reelection.
“There is a nasty rumor out there that @SenatorCollins of Maine will not be supporting our great United States Supreme Court Nominee,” Trump wrote, referencing Amy Coney Barrett, who just wrapped four days of highly contentious hearings. “Well, she didn’t support Healthcare or my opening up 5000 square miles of Ocean to Maine, so why should this be any different. Not worth the work!”
The U.S. intelligence community warned the White House that Giuliani is being used by the Russians to feed misinformation to Donald Trump.
After the town hall on ABC ended, Joe Biden stayed and continued to take questions from Pennsylvania voters with no TV cameras running.
The MSNBC host explained that Donald Trump's town hall likely did more damage to his presidential campaign.
Trump's town hall has been such a nightmare that at one point he was compared to a crazy uncle when he refused to denounce QAnon.