The last month has been marked by two very important stories. The first, of course, is that there has been a COVID-19 surge and Americans are dying at higher numbers than at any other time during the pandemic.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said a possible investigation into Hunter Biden is not a priority before Election Day, one day after President Donald Trump urged his attorney general to investigate Biden’s business dealings.
50 former national intelligence officials have warned that a report from The New York Post alleging nefarious business dealings on the part of Hunter Biden could be the signs of a Russian disinformation campaign to influence the November 3 election outcome.
During an interview with “Fox and Friends,” President Donald Trump claimed a special prosecutor should investigate Hunter Biden, the son of former vice president Joe Biden.
Trump has continued to press his attorney general William Barr to investigate Hunter Biden’s business dealings with a Chinese energy firm.
Senate Republicans are getting desperate and trying to investigate Hunter Biden, which could backfire into an investigation of Trump's kids.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi shredded Senate Republicans for targeting Joe Biden's family with a subpoena instead of dealing with the coronavirus.
Senate Republicans are proceeding with a probe into Hunter Biden despite the ongoing global pandemic. Democrats have clashed with GOP senators about investigating Joe Biden’s son.
The Senate Homeland Security Committee intends to continue its investigation even though the Senate is not sitting. The committee is led by Republicans.
During the Democratic Debate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg defended former Vice President Joe Biden from President Trump's attacks on Biden's son.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) threatened Democrats with retaliation if they dare to call John Bolton to testify at Trump's impeachment trial.
In a gigantic shift from 2016, MSNBC's Chuck Todd refused to reward Trump by airing the audio of the president's attack on Hunter Biden.