Both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and President Donald Trump’s campaign say they will oppose changes to the structure of presidential debates after the Commission on Presidential Debates announced it will consider making adjustments following Tuesday night’s debate, the first of the 2020 election cycle.
H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, said the President’s refusal to condemn white supremacy during Tuesday night’s presidential debate was “a missed opportunity.”
“Fox and Friends” host Steve Doocy says he’s against muting mics despite criticism of President Donald Trump’s behavior during Tuesday night’s debate. The debate was characterized by numerous interruptions from Trump, who at times appeared to be sparring with moderator Chris Wallace.
Speaking the day after the first presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle, Democrat Joe Biden said President Donald Trump “looks down” on the American people.
“The question is, does he see where you are and where you want to be? Does he care? Does he try to walk in your shoes to understand what’s going on in your life? Or does he just ignore you and all folks all over America who are in a similar situation?” Biden said.
The morning after the first presidential debate of the election cycle, President Donald Trump claimed his rival, Democrat Joe Biden, has lost suburban voters by not committing to a “law and order” agenda.
Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) declared President Donald Trump “truth’s worst enemy” in an op-ed for Fox News. He declared the president’s rival, Democrat Joe Biden, the winner of last night’s presidential debate.
Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has rolled out a slew of digital ads to shape the national conversation after last night’s presidential debate.
The Biden campaign bought valuable ad space on YouTube as well as on the homepages of AOL, Yahoo!, CNN, Fox News, Pandora, Univision, Reddit, The Daily Mail, CBS Sports, among others.
Washington Post reporter Philip Bump says President Donald Trump is encouraging his supporters to have a “violent response” to November’s general election. Trump asserted that his supporters have to go and keep an eye on the polls.
After President Donald Trump failed to condemn white supremacy during last night’s presidential debate, Fox personality Pete Hegseth said Democrat Joe Biden won’t condemn Black Lives Matter, insisting that Trump has condemned white supremacy “time and time again.”
Trump tweeted his usual list of online polls after last night's debate, but one was missing: Brietbart, which proclaimed Hillary the winner
"I understand the subject matter very well. I don't think she does. I think she frankly is a highly overrated intellect."
"I'm going, that's the smartest thing he did all night because that...coalesced his base back together because they feel [about Clinton]"
"@HillaryClinton is back to form: pedantic, lawyerly, technocratic, (woefully untruthful) responses."
"Congrats to my running mate @realDonaldTrump on a big debate win! Proud to stand with you as we #MAGA."
"That is sexual assault. You bragged that you have actually sexually assaulted women. Do you understand that?" And Trump answered, "No."
Republicans claim President Obama runs the country like a dictator, but last night, we saw a real dictator unmasked.
Rising Democratic enthusiasm comes at a time when many voters across the country are already casting their ballots.
"I won the debate if you decide without watching the totally one-sided 'spin' that followed. This despite the really bad microphone."
Hillary Clinton's mention of Alicia Machado as Trump's victim Monday night derailed Trump's campaign by triggering a personal vendetta
Trump claims he is beating the system as his supporters game the system by rigging online polls to show he's beating the system