Opinion: Nation Appears on Track to Repudiate Trump, But Not Trumpism

The nation appears on track to repudiate Trump but not Trumpism, as evidenced by the number of Republicans who are holding on to their seats. Faced these last few weeks with the burgeoning reality that their candidate could lose the presidency, it seems Republicans have fallen in line to retain power within the Senate, which would, barring the results of a couple of valuable runoff elections in the state of Georgia come January, preserve the legitimacy of a hardline conservative court. read more

Trump Campaign Accuses Minnesota of “Free Speech-Stifling” After Officials Order Planned Rally to Be Capped at 250 People

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The Trump campaign accused Minnesota officials of stifling free speech after the state ordered that they cap attendance at 250 people amid concern that a larger event would spread the coronavirus.

The announcement comes as Trump’s campaign sought to shift the venue to a nearby business but ultimately reversed course and moved ahead with the rally at the airport,” ABC News reports. read more

Senator Ron Johnson Says Democrats “Ignore Reality” When They Focus on Russia’s Election Interference

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Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), in an op-ed for Fox News, claimed Democrats “ignore reality” when they focus on Russian interference in American elections.

“Ever since the Democratic National Committee server was hacked during the 2016 election campaign, ‘Russian disinformation and interference’ has been the shiny object that Democrats and the mainstream media have used to bamboozle the American people,” Johnson writes. “Because Russia is believed to have exposed the contents of the DNC server, Americans were supposed to focus on the existential threat that ‘Russian election interference’ posed to America — and ignore the anti-Catholic emails and other vile content written by top Democratic operatives and exposed in the incident.” read more

Joe Biden Debuts His Closing Message To America

Joe Biden’s campaign has debuted a duo of closing message ads that will air for the week leading up to the general election on November 3. All of them are meant to display his commitment to the American people, particularly as they grapple with the severity of a pandemic that has crippled the economy and endangered the financial and emotional well-being of millions of families. read more