Biden: Team of 600 Lawyers and 10,000 Volunteers is Ready to Fight Trump’s Efforts to Suppress the Vote

Biden suggests Trump has memory loss

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden says he has assembled a team of 600 lawyers to fight election “chicanery” from President Donald Trump should he continue his efforts to limit voter participation in this year’s general election. read more

Biden Raises More Money Than Trump for Second Straight Month

Former vice president Joe Biden and his allies have raised more money than President Donald Trump for the second straight month. Biden and his allies raised more than $141 million. Trump and his supporters raised $131 million by comparison. read more

Cook Political Report: GOP Losing Members of Congress at Breakneck Pace Since Trump Took Office

According to Dave Wasserman, the U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, the Republican Party is losing members of Congress at a breakneck pace.

“Fact: when President Trump took office in January 2017, there were 241 Republicans in the House. Since then, 115 (48%) have either retired, resigned, been defeated or are retiring in 2020,” he wrote on Twitter. read more

Hundreds of George W. Bush Officials Are Reportedly Set to Endorse Joe Biden

Hundreds of former officials who served under George W. Bush are about to endorse Joe Biden for president, according to new reporting from Reuters. They would be the latest conservatives to do so.

Former officials who served under the Republican president from 2001 to 2009 have formed a political action committee called 43 for Alumni for Biden. Forty-three refers to Bush, the 43rd president. read more

Sarah Sanders: More People Could Have Died from Coronavirus “If Donald Trump Hadn’t Been President”

Sarah Sanders believes more people might have died from Coronavirus if someone else was president. The former White House Press Secretary praised Donald Trump’s handling of the pandemic.

Sanders spoke to Fox News on Tuesday morning and compared President Trump favorably to a hypothetical alternative leader. read more

James Carville on Trump’s Polls: “There’s No Chance He’s Gonna Be Reelected”

James Carville believes Donald Trump will lose the 2020 election. The veteran Democratic political strategist said someone needed to break the news to the President.

Carville spoke to MSNBC’s Brian Williams on Thursday following a series of terrible polls for President Trump. read more

John Bolton, Who Won’t Vote for Biden, Says 2020 Presidential Election Will Be a “Coin Toss”

John Bolton believes this year’s presidential election will be a “coin toss” between Donald Trump and Joe Biden – but he won’t be voting for either of them.

The former National Security Advisor gave an interview to Australia’s ABC News and warned that just because the former Vice President was ahead in the polls, it didn’t mean he would win. read more

Former GOP Candidate Carly Fiorina Throws Support Behind Biden

Former Hewlett-Packard (HP) CEO Carly Fiorina, who was an early GOP candidate in 2016, announced she would vote for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in this year’s election.

“I’ve been very clear that I can’t support Donald Trump. And, you know, elections are binary choices. I will say this: I think, I hope, that Biden understands that this moment in history calls for him to be a leader, not a politician,” Fiorina told The Atlantic‘s podcast “The Ticket” in an interview released earlier this morning. read more

Biden’s Lead Strengthens in Key Battleground States Trump Won in 2016

Trump loses 4 points to Biden in new poll

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s lead has strengthened in six key battleground states, according to a series of New York Times/Siena College polls released today.

Biden leads President Donald Trump by an average of 9 percentage points in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. All of these are states that Trump won in 2016. read more

Poll: Biden Has Wide Lead Over Trump Among Black Registered Voters

Joe Biden talks about 100,000 virus deaths as Trump fights with Twitter

According to the latest Washington Post-Ipsos poll, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a wide lead over President Donald Trump among black registered voters: 92 percent to 5 percent.

“Despite the overwhelming support he enjoys, Biden faces clear challenges in mobilizing younger black adults,” the Post reports. “This is a group that strongly disapproves of Trump but is also notably less enthusiastic about voting at all and is generally more critical of Biden than are older black adults. While 87 percent of black seniors say Biden is sympathetic to the problems of black people in America, that drops to 66 percent among those under age 40.” read more

Majority of Jacksonville Voters Don’t Want Republican Convention in Their City

A clear majority of voters in Jacksonville, Florida don’t want the Republican National Convention to be held in their town. Concerns about the Coronavirus pandemic appear to be a factor.

A University of North Florida poll found that 58% of Jacksonville voters don’t want the convention in the city, though this varies widely by partisan affiliation. read more

Obama Raises $11 Million for Biden: I Trust Him “To Heal This Country”

Barack Obama and Joe Biden raised a record-breaking $11 million with a virtual fundraiser on Tuesday. It’s the largest single amount raised by a campaign event so far.

The event brought in $7.6 million from around 175,000 grassroots donors and a further $3.4 million from part of the event aimed at private donors. This makes it the former Vice President’s most successful fundraiser yet. read more

Poll: Biden Leads Trump by 14 Points Nationwide

Joe Biden spends an hour listening to George Floyd's family

According to a New York Times/Sienna College national survey released earlier this morning, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 14 points nationwide. The poll showed Biden leading Trump 50 percent to 36 percent. read more

University of Michigan Declines to Host Presidential Debate, Citing Health Concerns

The University of Michigan has declined to host one of three scheduled presidential debates between President Donald Trump and his opponent, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Mark Schlissel, the university president, made the announcement in a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates. read more

Conservative Lincoln Project Mocks Trump for Trying to “Persuade His Base Not to Vote in November”

Trump threatens America with martial law

Donald Trump claimed on Monday that the 2020 election will be rigged using mail-in ballots. His critics were quick to mock  the President for telling his own voters not to bother showing up to the polls. read more

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump Are Reportedly “Pissed” with Trump’s Campaign Manager over Tulsa Rally

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are “pissed” with Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale following her father’s poorly attended rally on Saturday.

President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law are angry with Parscale, according to sources close to the campaign. There has already been talk of Trump dropping his campaign manager. read more