According to the latest New York Times-Siena College survey, Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by nine points nationwide, 50 percent to 41 percent. Biden was ahead by eight points in the same poll last month.
During the recent debates, Donald Trump and Mike Pence repeatedly told Americans that Joe Biden would immediately raise taxes on the middle class. This is not true. Biden’s tax plan is readily available on his campaign website.
In an op-ed for USA Today, former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams says “To safeguard the future of our country, we must vote” President Donald Trump out of office.
“But this election is about more than who will be our next president,” she points out. “It’s an opportunity to ensure that our political system doesn’t let people like Trump and his ilk make decisions that benefit them instead of the majority of Americans.”
The editorial staff of Rolling Stone has endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden, writing that President Donald Trump is “categorically unfit to be president.”
“Fortunately for America, Joe Biden is Donald Trump’s opposite in nearly every category: The Democratic presidential nominee evinces competence, compassion, steadiness, integrity, and restraint,” the editors write. “Perhaps most important in this moment, Biden holds a profound respect for the institutions of American democracy, as well as a deep knowledge about how our government — and our system of checks and balances — is meant to work; he aspires to lead the nation as its president, not its dictator.”
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.
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.”
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!”
In a new ad, former President Barack Obama encourages Americans to vote–and vote early. The election is just 19 days away.
“Millions of Americans are already voting. Make sure you stand up and join them,” he says in the ad. “There will always be reasons to think your vote doesn’t matter. That’s not new. What is new is a growing movement for justice, equality and progress on so many issues.”
Lindsey Graham has typically had an easy road to reelection since joining the United States senate in 2002. But his toadyism towards Donald Trump has made him one of the most unpopular lawmakers in America.
President Donald Trump encouraged Republicans to “fight hard” after California’s attorney general and chief elections officer order GOP officials to stop using private ballot collection containers that had been marked as “official” dropboxes to collect ballots.
Robert Henderson, a right-wing pastor who regularly publicizes his support for President Donald Trump, claimed that “the secular world speaks President Trump,” declaring the president was chosen by God to lead the nation.
President Donald Trump will take part in an NBC News town hall. It will be hosted by “TODAY” anchor Savannah Guthrie and will take place on Thursday at 8 p.m., the same time that Trump’s rival, Democrat Joe Biden, is doing his own town hall in Philadelphia on ABC News.
Donald Trump Jr. claimed Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign is “the most anti-2nd Amendment Presidential ticket in history.”
“Make no mistake about it: The radical left is coming for your guns!!!” he wrote.
President Donald Trump claimed, with no evidence, that California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) will make sure Democrats win the state in the upcoming general election thanks to “a pure Sleepy Joe Democrat firm to count and ‘harvest’ votes.”
At one point, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was flush with cash and ready to relentlessly attack Joe Biden. But by the time the GOP really needed the money, it was pretty much gone.
Joe Biden massively outraised Trump during the party’s respective conventions. In addition, Democratic senate candidates have been setting records raising money against incumbent Republicans.
When Donald Trump was elected president, it was hoped that Maine senator Susan Collins would help keep him in line. But the moderate Republican has far too often given the president a pass. Especially offensive when she refused to vote for impeachment saying that she was sure Trump had learned his lesson.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) warned that the upcoming election could be “a bloodbath of Watergate proportions” for the GOP if people are in dire financial straits as a result of the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
When Donald Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 and subsequently sent to Walter Reed Hospital, no one knew quite how to react. There were a number of possibilities on the table, including the possibility that the president could die of the illness.