Joe Biden has forcefully rejected the idea that he should take a cognitive test as Donald Trump continues to brag about passing one and the Trump campaign tries to make mental agility a campaign issue.
Shortly after Donald Trump blurted out his evidence-free theory on the Beirut explosion, his own defense officials contradicted him.
Donald Trump knows he's losing this election to Joe Biden, so he's teaming up with the Republican National Committee to steal it.
It's bad enough that 160,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus. It's worse that Donald Trump doesn't seem to even care.
Many of the country’s governors have been unhappy with the White House’s response and direction when is comes to the COVID-19 pandemic. And this isn’t just a Democratic lawmaker issue, Republicans have been upset as as well.
Trump offered no evidence during what was supposed to be a coronavirus briefing, but he claimed that the blast that ripped through Beirut was a bomb.
Trump claimed during the coronavirus briefing that mail-in voting is only safe if the governor is a Republican, like in Florida.
The President of the United States has a number of different and interesting privileges. Among those privileges is hearing any information the government might have on alien life form. And for many Americans, this subject is fascinating.
Neil Young is doing more than telling Donald Trump to stop using his music. He is suing Trump to get him to stop the unauthorized use at his rallies.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds warned that schools would be violating the law, and students would not receive credit for the year if schools stayed closed.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is complaining that Democrats are obstructing coronavirus relief, but House Democrats passed the bill in May.
Trump gave an interview that confirmed what the vast majority already believe about his virus response and made him a one-term president.
Trump has doubled the size of the crowd that attended his Tulsa rally with a new false claim that 12,000 people were inside.
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams says the United States’ coronavirus response under President Donald Trump and the Republican Party has been characterized by “willful ignorance.”
Susan Rice gave two interviews on Tuesday that appeared to be a pitch for Joe Biden’s vice presidential slot. The former U.N. ambassador is considered a serious contender.
Rice spoke to NPR’s Morning Edition and then spoke to CBS This Morning in an early morning mini media blitz. The Biden campaign is expected to announce his running mate any day now.
Jocelyn Benson, Michigan’s Secretary of State, took on President Donald Trump’s lies on mail-in voting during an interview with MSNBC.
“A lot of information and misinformation to unpack there and a lot of alarming stuff. Let me get your general response to what he said,” she was asked.
Mary Trump has candidly discussed the possibility that Donald Trump’s children could enter politics if he loses the White House in the November election.
The President’s niece gave an interview to the UK’s Independent newspaper where she talked about the possibility of her cousins seeking elected office after Trump’s administration.
In an interview with Axios, President Donald Trump defended his well wishes for Ghislaine Maxwell, who has been arraigned on charges that she recruited and participated in the abuse of young girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, who mysteriously died in prison last year while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. He also openly questioned the circumstances of Epstein’s death.
Donald Trump seemed to criticize the Civil Rights Act during a blockbuster interview released on Tuesday. The President questioned how the landmark legislation had worked out.
Trump spoke to Axios’ Jonathan Swan about the late Congressman and Civil Rights icon John Lewis. Saying he’d done more for Black Americans than anyone except maybe Abraham Lincoln, the President appeared to criticize the historic law.
Newt Gingrich has suggested that Donald Trump can turn his campaign around by adopting Richard Nixon’s 1972 election strategy. That was the year of the Watergate break-in.
In an extensive new report, Politico outlines how the President’s usual tactics don’t seem to be working against former Vice President Joe Biden. The article explains Gingrich’s thinking.