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    A tweeted video shows a fight between a Black man and a young white man during a Biden-Harris rally in Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday afternoon. A video tweeted by cinematographer Rebecca Brannon shows two men in what appears to be a heated discussion during a Biden-Harris rally on Saturday. The Black man appears to be angered over a phone that no longer appears to be in his possession. “I dropped my phone,” he yells at an unidentified person. “Get my phone. It was right there.” A young white man appears to block the path of the man to keep him from going to where he believes his phone is located. Suddenly, as the young man looks away, the older man begins throwing multiple punches — striking the man in the head and face multiple times. As he retreats, someone wrestles him to the ground. In an apparent concern over optics, one of the organizers yells over the PA system, “Come on! The last thing we want to do is see a Black man get arrested by the Police.” “What is...
    THINGS turned very BLUE during CNN's Election night coverage - if this clip is to believed. Hilarious footage has gone viral which appears to show a Pornhub logo popping up on a map showing how voting is going in Pennsylvania. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 2CNN's In the studio, Wolf Blitzer dwells on the endless counting of votes in the battleground state John King, next to the interactive big screen, then appears to notice that the Porn Hub logo suddenly appears on the monitor. The embarrassing words disappear as King turns to the screen with a shocked look on his face after apparently closing the tab. The clip has already been viewed more than 1.5m times on Twitter - but many point out it is clearly FAKE. 2 Others hailed it the highlight of the election so far - even if not the real deal. Dom Burgess tweeted: "As someone who works in VFX and motion graphics, this is almost certainly a badly motion tracked fake. "Sorry people. Still...
    Questions over why Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was able to pick up large chunks of votes as results from the swing states of Michigan and Wisconsin came in appear to have a simple explanation. “Explanation is that DDHQ has funky data entry — juggling streams of numbers and sometimes entering one candidate at a time,” said the Cato Institute’s Ilya Shapiro on Twitter. “Question answered, thanks.” Explanation is that DDHQ has funky data entry - juggling streams of numbers and sometimes entering one candidate at a time. Question answered, thanks. https://t.co/zW5LyC0OQc— Ilya Shapiro (@ishapiro) November 4, 2020 President Trump carried a lead in the states late into election night and into the early morning hours Wednesday, only to see that lead quickly evaporate as mail-in ballots from the Democratic strongholds of Milwaukee and Detroit were added to the vote totals. By daylight Wednesday, what had been a healthy lead for Trump turned into a slim lead for Biden in the battleground states. Trump took to Twitter to question the lopsided results coming in late. “WHAT IS...
    A tight race is developing across the battleground states between President TrumpDonald John TrumpJudge allows Trump police panel to publish report but with disclaimer Lady Gaga at Biden rally: Trump 'believes his fame gives him the right to grab' women Pelosi says House is prepared to decide president if election results are disputed MORE and Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenLady Gaga at Biden rally: Trump 'believes his fame gives him the right to grab' women Pelosi says House is prepared to decide president if election results are disputed Tillis-Cunningham race in NC could decide Senate majority MORE, pointing to an excruciating few days of vote counting ahead to determine who will be the next president. The outcome will likely once again hinge on the former “blue wall” states that Trump turned red for the first time in decades in 2016. If Biden can rebuild the Democratic coalition in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, he’ll likely be the next president. But Trump, who repeatedly traveled to the battleground states in the campaign's final weeks, is outperforming the polls in many of the...
    Lil Pump has threatened to leave the United States and move to Colombia if Joe Biden wins the election as the rapper appeared at Trump's final campaign rally where the President mistakenly introduced him as 'Lil Pimp'. The 20-year-old 'Gucci Gang' rapper vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election.  'Yo, no cap. If Trump does not get elected, I'm moving the f**k out of here. I'm going to Colombia, f**k it,' he told his 17 million Instagram followers.   Lil Pump, who recently endorsed Trump after telling his fans he doesn't want to pay extra taxes under Biden, was among those who attended the President's final campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Monday night.  Lil Pump vowed in a social media post to leave the country if President Trump doesn't win Tuesday's election. He was among those who attended the President's final campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Monday night Trump noted his presence in the crowd by calling him 'one of the big superstars of the world'.  The...
    Rudy Giuliani made an appearance on the Kremlin-backed RT news network on Election Day, launching attacks against Joe Biden and taking part in what a report called a “Russian disinformation campaign” against the Democratic candidate. As The Daily Beast reported, the former New York mayor and personal lawyer for Donald Trump made an appearance on RT’s Going Underground on Tuesday morning, making a number of unfounded claims against Biden. The news outlet, formerly known as Russia Today, is backed by Russia’s government. As NPR noted, a 2017 report from American intelligence agencies said that the network is part of Russia’s “state-run propaganda machine” and was part of the country’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election by serving as a platform for Kremlin messaging. “During the chat, Giuliani furthered a Russian disinformation campaign to make false claims about Joe Biden’s health, namely that he’s ‘suffering from dementia.’ Giuliani also repeated his discredited attacks on Hunter Biden—a story that Russian state media has been keen to keep going in the face of disinterest from legitimate news outlets around the world,”...
    Donald Trump will prematurely declare himself the victor of the 2020 presidential election on Tuesday night if it appears he is 'ahead' of Joe Biden, even if a ton of Electoral College votes are still unknown. The president has privately discussed in detail potential November 3 scenarios, three people familiar with his private comments told Axios in a report released Sunday – including walking up to the podium on Tuesday and declaring he has won before official results are revealed. It's likely some states will still not know which candidates are earning their Electoral College votes on Tuesday as record-setting numbers of voters have cast their ballot by mail in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.  Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminded NBC's 'Meet the Press' on Sunday morning that 'elections have never been called on election night.' She specifically pointed to the fact that some states allow servicemembers stationed overseas have a week after Election Day to cast their ballots. Although Americans have become accustomed to knowing the winner of the presidential election in Election Night, that's always...
    THE WHITE House is said to be irked after the country's lead coronavirus expert Anthony Fauci appeared to be "playing politics" during an interview. Speaking to the Washington Post, Dr. Fauci said that Joe Biden's campaign was taking the pandemic "seriously from a public health perspective". 5Neuroradiologist Scott Atlas tweeted that Dr. Facui was 'embarrassing himself'Credit: AP:Associated Press 5Atlas called tweeted about the Coronavirus expert saying it was 'no time for politics'Credit: Twitter 5White House spokesman Judd Deere called Fauci's comments 'unacceptable'Credit: Twitter However, the doctor also claimed that Trump's campaign was "looking at a different perspective. Namely that of the economy and reopening the country." Fauci also added: "We're in for a whole lot of hurt. It's not a good situation. "All the stars are aligned in the wrong place as you go into the fall and winter season, with people congregating at home indoors. "You could not possibly be positioned more poorly". Judd Deere, Deputy Press Secretary, and Deputy Assistant to Trump slammed Fauci's criticism of the President and called it "unacceptable". "It's unacceptable and breaking...
    AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) — After documented reports of pro-Donald Trump supporters following, surrounding and allegedly threatening a Joe Biden-Kamala Harris campaign bus tour in Texas, Saturday night the President appeared to embrace the actions of his supporters. Trump tweeted a video of the caravan surrounding the Biden bus with the caption, “I LOVE TEXAS!” I LOVE TEXAS! pic.twitter.com/EP7P3AvE8L — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 1, 2020 Biden spokesman Bill Russo responded to Trump’s tweet by pointing to reports that Trump’s campaign was not prepared to shuttle attendees who had been bused to a rally at a Pennsylvania airport back afterward, leading to a chaotic situation with his supporters walking across roads to cars parked miles away. “For the second time in a week your campaign has left your supporters stranded in the cold with no transportation at one of your superspreader rallies,” Russo said on Twitter. “Maybe you should spend more time worried about those buses than ours.” For the second time in a week your campaign has left your supporters stranded in the cold with no transportation at one...
    President Trump will be holding 14 more rallies before Tuesday's election. Each of those rallies will take place in a state the president won last time but in which he now needs to make up ground. The campaign announced on Friday that the president will be holding five events in Pennsylvania, three in Michigan, two in North Carolina, one in Iowa, one in Georgia, one in Florida, and one in Wisconsin. For the past few weeks, former Vice President Joe Biden has been polling ahead of the president by anywhere from 5 to 10 percentage points. Other states on the list are closer contests, but the Trump campaign appears to believe they have a reasonable shot at regaining the Keystone State. One reason may be that early voting appears to have been less popular in Pennsylvania than in other states. According to the U.S. Elections Project, early voting in the state only represents 34.3% of 2016's total turnout. Early in-person voting in Pennsylvania ended on Tuesday. Early voting in Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia represents...
    Bradley Cortright October 28, 2020 0 Comments Former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) is encouraging conservatives to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming Nov. 3 election.  Flake, who served in the Senate until he retired in 2019, says at beginning of the ad, “I’ve been a conservative Republican my entire life.” “I’ve never before voted for a Democrat for president,” Flake added as he noted the first presidential vote he cast was for Ronald Reagan in 1984. However, he said, “But this year, principle and conscience require me to do just that. I’m voting for Joe Biden.” He asked views to ask themselves, “Who will best restore decency and civility to the White House? Who can I be proud to tell my children and grandchildren I voted for?” He continued:  “My fellow Republicans, it’s not easy going against the head of our party. Believe me, I know. But I also know that character, moral leadership, integrity are values that we cannot put aside when we cast our vote for president. If we hold onto these values, our country will be...
    Alex Thomas October 27, 2020 0 Comments White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany debuted a new role this week when she appeared on Fox News shows as an adviser to the Trump Campaign, rather than in her typical role as press secretary. The Trump campaign frequently puts its advisers on television, as does the White House, but Tuesday was the first occasion when McEnany appeared in a campaign role since she joined the White House. Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Matthews said that McEnany “was appearing in her personal capacity as a private citizen,” per The Hill. McEnany is reportedly an unpaid volunteer on the Trump Campaign. During a Tuesday interview on Fox’s America’s Newsroom, McEnany was introduced as “Trump 2020 senior advisor and White House press secretary.” Her title was listed as “Trump 2020 Senior Advisor.” During the interview, McEnany slammed Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s debate performance, saying that “[Biden] looked at the cameras, looked the American public in the eye, and the voters of Pennsylvania and said ‘I will wreck your economy for generation. That...
    Presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden has apparently found support from the most unlikely source: Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin spared some time during a Russian state TV broadcast on Sunday to address allegations that President Trump made during the most recent presidential debate with Biden. Trump accused Biden and his son Hunter of engaging in unethical practices in Ukraine – allegations that elder Biden has called false and discredited. NY POST ENDORSES TRUMP: 'MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, AGAIN' AND 'TICK OFF' HOLLYWOOD WITH REELECTION “Yes, in Ukraine he (Hunter Biden) had or maybe still has a business, I don’t know. It doesn’t concern us. It concerns the Americans and the Ukrainians,” Putin said, according to Reuters. “But well, yes, he had at least one company, which he practically headed up, and judging from everything he made good money.” He added: “I don’t see anything criminal about this, at least we don’t know anything about this (being criminal).” FILE - In this file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures during a meeting with elected heads of Russian regions via...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to have mistakenly referred to his 2020 opponent, President Donald Trump, as former President “George” W. Bush during a virtual campaign event Sunday. “Not because I’m running, but because who I’m running against, this is the most consequential election in a long, long, long time,” Biden said during the “I Will Vote Concert” event that featured high profile celebrities like John Legend, Dave Matthews, P!nk, Cher and others. “And the character of the country in my view is literally on the ballot. What kind of country we’re gonna be? Four more years of George, ah, George … he uh, gonna find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected we’re going to be in a different world.” Biden seems to think it’s 2004 and he’s running against George W. Bush? At least NBC noticed and bothered to cover this latest gaffe. pic.twitter.com/ngHhnHyNUd — Scott Whitlock (@ScottJW) October 26, 2020 Trump called out the gaffe in a tweet Monday morning. (RELATED: Joe Biden Wants Campaign Crowd To Nominate An ‘OBiden-Bama Democrat’) “Joe Biden...
    Joe Biden appeared to mistake Donald Trump for George Bush while speaking at a virtual concert on Sunday, warning against “four more years of George.” Biden and his wife Jill Biden appeared during the “I Will Vote” concert, video of which can be viewed here. While making his pitch to voters he asserted that the country couldn’t handle another term under his opponent’s leadership, but he said the wrong name. “Because of who I am running against, this is the most consequential election in a long, long, long time. And the character of the country, in my view, is literally on the ballot,” he began. “Four more years of George, er, George, er, he – we’re going to find ourselves in a position where, if Trump gets elected, we’re going to be in a different world,” he said. “The reason I think people should be voting is out of their own self-interest.” His wife could be seen opening her mouth as he said the wrong name, though it wasn’t clear if she was trying to make him aware of his...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to confuse President Trump with former President George W. Bush. "Not because I'm running but because who I'm running against, this is the most consequential election in a long, long, long time," Biden said Sunday at an "I Will Vote Concert" virtual campaign. "And the character of the country in my view is literally on the ballot. What kind of country are we going to be? Four more years of George, George, [we're] gonna find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected, we're going to be in a different world." Trump also noted the stumble, saying the media will “cover it up.” “Joe Biden called me George yesterday. Couldn’t remember my name. Got some help from the anchor to get him through the interview. The Fake News Cartel is working overtime to cover it up!” he tweeted Monday. Joe Biden called me George yesterday. Couldn’t remember my name. Got some help from the anchor to get him through the interview. The Fake News Cartel is working overtime to...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden misspoke on Sunday and appeared to begin saying the name of former President George W. Bush rather than President Trump while emphasizing that the 2020 election is important "because who I'm running against." Biden made the gaffe Sunday at an "I Will Vote Concert" virtual campaign event that featured a number of high-profile Hollywood names including John Legend, Dave Matthews, P!nk, Cher and more.  "Not because I'm running, but because who I'm running against, this is the most consequential election in a long, long, long time," Biden said. "And the character of the country in my view is literally on the ballot. What kind of country we're gonna be? Four more years of George, ah, George... gonna find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected we're going to be in a different world." '60 MINUTES' AIRS TRUMP INTERVIEW CUT SHORT BY PRESIDENT Republicans, who have taken pains to point out any verbal gaffe from Biden, clipped the video from the campaign event and shared it online. The video was posted to Twitter by the RNC Research...
    Joe Biden appeared to confuse President Trump with former president George W. Bush during an online fundraising event on Sunday. The Democratic presidential candidate was speaking at the “I Will Vote” concert when he attempted to make the case for his election. “The character of the country, in my view, is literally on the ballot,” Biden told moderators George Lopez and CNN analyst Ana Navarro. “Four more years of George, um, George, gonna find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected, we’re gonna be in a different world.” Biden called the 2020 election between him and President Trump “the most consequential election in a long, long, long time.” His wife, Jill Biden, sat beside him at the event, which featured A$AP Ferg, Jon Bon Jovi and the Foo Fighters. George W. Bush was in office in 2008 when Biden was on the presidential ticket with former President Barack Obama.
    Shaquille O'Neal will appear at an event Friday night in support of Joe Biden, joining the Democrat's running mate Kamala Harris at a virtual homecoming rally for alumni of historically black colleges and universities.  In a matter of weeks, the basketball great voted for president for the first time - and is essentially revealing his candidate of choice.  Back in December, O'Neal said he didn't plan to spill who he supported publicly.  Shaquille O'Neal will appear at an event Friday night in support of Joe Biden after admitting he was a first-time voter earlier this month  Shaquille O'Neal will attend a virtual rally alongside Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris (left), as Joe Biden's (right) campaign marks HBCUs homecomings  Usually, homecoming at Kamala Harris' alma mater, Howard University (pictured) is a huge party. This year it had to happen virtually because of the coronaviurs pandemic  Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish will host the Friday night event that is supposed to stand in for historically black college and university homecoming festivities  'I'm not saying I will...
    This is the painfully awkward moment First Lady Melania Trump appeared to rip her hand out of her husband's at the end of last night's presidential debate. Twitter erupted with speculation moments after the pair were filmed walking off stage together in Nashville, Tennessee.  Footage shows Melania and Jill Biden joining their husband's onstage on Thursday at the end of the third and final presidential debate ahead of the election on November 3.  While Jill Biden greeted her husband Joe with a warm hug, Melania simply stood next to Trump before eventually taking his hand as cameras snapped photos of the two couples. But as the Trumps turned to walk off stage, Melania appeared to yank her hand out of her husband's grasp and walked away from him.  Hours later, the couple were photographed holding hands on their return to the White House.  Joe Biden (second right) waves to Donald Trump (second left) at the end of the third presidential debate on Thursday as Trump holds hands with his wife Melania (left) Melania then appears to rip her hand out of her...
    President Donald Trump appeared to mock former Vice President Joe Biden for talking about middle-class families during tonight’s presidential debate. Hide Biden spoke about the families during a discussion about China and policies surrounding the the U.S. and the country. Hide “There’s a reason why he’s bringing up all this malarkey. There’s a reason for it. He doesn’t want to bring up the substantive issues. It’s not about his family and my family. It’s about your family,” Biden said, pointing to the camera. “And your family is hurting badly … if you’re a middle class family, you’re getting hurt badly right now. You’re sitting at the kitchen table this morning deciding well we can’t get new tires … because we have to wait another month or so, or are we going to be able to pay the mortgage, or who is going to tell her she can’t go back to community college?” The former vice president continued: Hide “They’re the decisions you’re making. In the middle-class families like I grew up in Scranton and Claymont. They’re...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden holds massive cash advantage over Trump ahead of Election Day Tax records show Trump maintains a Chinese bank account: NYT Trump plays video of Biden, Harris talking about fracking at Pennsylvania rally MORE on Wednesday joined Brené Brown on her podcast "Unlocking Us" to discuss empathy, unity and courage as he detailed some of his life experiences and his hopes for America. Within the first moments of the conversation, Biden spoke about his belief that the country needs unity. "[T]he only way this democracy can function is with consensus. And I spent my whole career figuring out how to bring people together, not separate them because otherwise, you end up in a circumstance where it all yields to executive power and to abusive power," he told Brown. My thoughts on power and leadership, and a conversation on empathy, unity, and courage with Vice President @JoeBiden, the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee. https://t.co/83sfK9okx0 pic.twitter.com/cYwiUR0OI9— Brené Brown (@BreneBrown) October 21, 2020 Biden also shared why he selected Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisTrump plays video of Biden, Harris talking...
    50 Cent, the Grammy-winning rapper, actor, and notorious social media troll, has appeared to endorse the reelection of President Donald Trump. In a message to his 26 million Instagram followers, the New York native blasted Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan that would see New York City taxpayers earning more than $400,000 paying a combined state and local income tax rate of more than 60 percent. “WHAT THE FUCK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, FUCK NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway,” he said in a social media post alongside an image of the top tax rates in California (62.6 percent), New Jersey (60 percent), New York State (58 percent), and New York City (62 percent) under the former vice president’s proposed tax plan. View this post on Instagram ὄWHAT THE FUCK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, ????‍♂️????FUCK NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. ????‍♂️I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya fucking mind. ???? A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Oct 19, 2020 at 12:59pm PDT 50 Cent’s unexpected departure...
    By Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump appeared to cut into Democratic rival Joe Biden's lead in Pennsylvania, one of the election's most important battlegrounds, but Biden maintained a solid lead in Wisconsin, Reuters/Ipsos opinion polls showed on Monday. Reuters/Ipsos is polling likely voters in six states - Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Florida and Arizona - that will play critical roles in deciding whether Trump wins a second term in office or if Biden ousts him. Below is a state-by-state look at Reuters/Ipsos findings, based on the online responses of likely voters, which include responses from some who cast ballots ahead of the formal Nov. 3 Election Day, which is increasingly common due to the coronavirus pandemic: PENNSYLVANIA (Oct. 13 - Oct. 19): * Voting for Biden: 49% * Voting for Trump: 45% * Biden's apparent lead, which is on the edge of the survey's credibility interval, compared with a 51%-44% lead in the prior week. * 15% said they already had voted. * 49% said Biden would be better at handling the coronavirus pandemic. 41% said...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared at a Thursday night town hall event where he spoke to the parent of a transgender daughter about rights in the U.S. During his discussion, Biden seemed to suggest that a child should be able to change their gender if they decided it was something they wanted to do. What are the details? During the town hall event, the mother of a transgender child asked Biden how he would protect the LGBTQ community if he were elected president. According to CBS News, Mieke Haeck, parent of a transgender child, asked Biden, "The Trump administration has attacked the rights of transgender people, banning them from military service, weakening nondiscriminatory protections, and even removing the word 'transgender' from some government websites." "How will you, as president, reverse this dangerous and discriminatory agenda and ensure that the lives and rights of LGBTQ people are protected?" Haeck concluded. Biden, in response, said he would "flat-out change the law." "I would just flat-out change the law," he said. "I would eliminate...
    MSNBC host Rachel Maddow appeared to immediately distance her network from the NBC town hall featuring President Trump.  The town hall, which aired on NBC, MSNBC, and CNBC simultaneously, had faced swift backlash leading up to the event after the Peacock Network announced that it would be airing opposite of the ABC town hall featuring Joe Biden.  Immediately after the Savannah Guthrie-moderated town hall concluded, Maddow came on the air with a rather blunt reaction to the telecast.  CRITICS PANS NBC TOWN HALL, SAVANNAH GUTHRIE FOR 'DEBATING' TRUMP, ABC FOR GIVING 'SOFTBALLS' TO BIDEN "Well, that happened," Maddow began. "Let me remind you that what you just saw was a production of NBC News. We are MSNBC. We did not produce that event. We simulcasted here along with CNBC. But that was a weird replacement for what was otherwise supposed to be the second presidential debate of this general election." NBC was panned by critics for the hostility Guthrie had towards Trump, comparing her conduct to a "debate" with the president.  During her Wednesday night interview with Democratic vice presidential nominee...
    Twitter shut down links to the New York Post’s bombshell story about the Biden family’s business dealings in Ukraine, branding links to the newspaper’s story “unsafe” and claiming the story lacked “authoritative information.” The Masters of the Universe are also citing policies against “hacked materials” for censoring the Post story. The bombshell Post story indicates that – contrary to his previous denials — Joe Biden allegedly did meet with an adviser to the board of Burisma while he was Vice President, arranged by his son Hunter, who was then working as a lobbyist for the company. The story made the front page of the Post, which also reveals that the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is investigating emails provided to it by a whistleblower, allegedly between Hunter Biden and executives at Burisma. Joe Biden has previously said, “I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.” But according to emails obtained by the Post, Hunter introduced his father to a Burisma executive less than a year before the then-VP pressured the Ukrainian government into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company. New York...
    Joe Biden raised eyebrows yet again on Monday for remarks he made on the campaign trail.  While briefly taking questions from reporters en route to a campaign event in Ohio, Biden was asked if Judge Amy Coney Barrett's faith should be "considered" during her confirmation to the Supreme Court, something the Democratic nominee flatly rejected.  However, as part of his explanation, he recalled a time when he "got in trouble" regarding the questioning of someone's faith.  VIRAL CLIP SHOWS BIDEN LOWERING HIS MASK TO COUGH IN HIS HAND "You may remember, I got in trouble when we were running against the senator who was a Mormon, the governor, OK? And I took him on," Biden said. "No one's faith should be questioned." That governor was then-former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president against Barack Obama in the 2012 election. Romney was elected Utah senator in 2018. Later on, while closing his stump speech at a campaign drive-in event in Toledo, Biden touted America's ability to come out of a national crisis "stronger" than it was coming in.   BIDEN SUGGESTS...
    This is a rush transcript from “Fox News Sunday" October 11, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.   CHRIS WALLACE, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: I'm Chris Wallace.   President Trump gets back on the campaign trail, facing an uphill battle against Joe Biden.   (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)   DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: This is the single, most important election in the history of our country.   WALLACE: With 23 days and counting, President Trump tries to put his campaign back on track after contracting the coronavirus, and the contentious debate process gets even uglier.   JOE BIDEN (D), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: We don't know what the president is going to do. He changed his mind every second.   WALLACE: We're joined by the president's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, a senior adviser to his campaign.   Then, Judge Amy Coney Barrett heads to Capitol Hill for confirmation hearings, hoping to become the next Supreme Court, but facing fierce opposition from Democrats.   SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER...
    Cindy McCain, the widow of former Republican nominee for president John McCain, appeared in an ad for Joe Biden that touted his relationship with her husband and his support for the military. “My husband knew Joe Biden a long time,” McCain began the 60-second ad. “They’ve traveled thousands of miles together visiting troops overseas. And they developed the kind of friendship you don’t see too often.” Biden and McCain served together in the Senate for years, representing the states of Delaware and Arizona, respectively. Cindy McCain said that while in the Senate, the two men “disagreed on almost everything” and would “fight like hell on the floor.” “And then, they’d go eat lunch together,” she added. “Because they always put their friendship and their country first. Now, more than ever, we need a president who will put service before self. A president who will lead with courage and compassion — not ego.” In this Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, file photo, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., right, pauses as his wife, Cindy McCain, looks at him...
    With just 39 days until the election, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are continuing to campaign in very different ways.  On Friday, the Commander-in-chief kept up his frenetic schedule, hosting four campaign events in three different states as Biden continued to lay low.   While national polls shows Biden remains favorite to win the White House on November 3, Trump is taking no chances - jetting from Florida to Georgia to Washington, D.C. to Virginia within the space of 12 hours.  During his action-packed day, Trump repeatedly mocked Biden for his leisurely style of campaigning, at one point stating:  'This guy never goes out. It's terrible huh?'   President Donald Trump kept up his frenetic schedule on Friday, hosting four campaign events in three different states. He is pictured starting off his morning at a 'Latinos For Trump' roundtable in Florida  The President is seen at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland after two campaign stops   Trump ended his action packed day with a rally in Newport News, Virginia Meanwhile, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden...
    Joe Biden released a statement questioning whether justice 'could be equally applied in America' after a grand jury declined to indict three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.  In a decision released on Wednesday, the grand jury indicted just one of the officers involved, Brett Hankison, with 'wanton endangerment for shooting recklessly at Taylor's neighbors.  In a statement, the former vice-president said: 'In the wake of her tragic death, we mourn with her mother, family, and community and ask ourselves whether justice could be equally applied in America.  Joe Biden released a statement questioning whether justice 'could be equally applied in America' after a grand jury declined to indict three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor Fired officer Brett Hankison (left) was indicted on three charges of wanton endangerment for the no-knock raid that killed 26-year-old Taylor (right) on March 13 'I know for so many people today's decision does not answer that call. A federal investigation remains ongoing, but we do not need to wait for the final judgment of...
    Showing that there are still some government officials not terrified to appear on the House side of Capitol Hill (looking at you, Chad Wolf), FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday morning. And, despite former Republican House member turned Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe informing his erstwhile colleagues that there would be no more in-person briefings on election security, Wray did have some things to say on that topic. In particular, Wray confirmed the ongoing partnership between the Republican Party and Russia.  As CNN reports, Russia’s efforts in the 2020 campaign have a singular focus—convincing people that Joe Biden isn’t up to the task of being president. It’s an approach that, unsurprisingly, fits perfectly with the tweets coming from Donald Trump and claims coming out of right-wing media. It’s almost as if they’re all batting for Team Putin. As in 2016, Russia appears to be engaging in a full court press of activities, including “social media, proxies, state media and online journals.” Which means that by now, all your relatives on Facebook have probably wandered across...
    Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that President Trump appears to be performing better in his state than in 2016, and that Democrat Joe Biden hasn't been able to unite state Democratic voters as well as the president has done with the GOP. DeSantis told "Bill Hemmer Reports" that Trump appears to be performing well in Miami-Dade, a Democratic majority area with a high number of Republicans -- as well as a sizeable Cuban-American population. "I think now, the difference between now and [20]16, you look at a place like Miami-Dade County, the president didn’t perform well there and he still won the state. He is performing much better there," he said. "I think he has united the Republican base for sure. He’s winning a lot of these independents, particularly in the Hispanic community -- that is really significant." He said Florida is perennially competitive in presidential elections, but that the incumbent appears to have an edge. "I think that Biden has not been able to make the sale on a lot of voters that a Democrat would need to win. I think it’s always competitive in Florida and this will be no different. But I think the...
    Kanye West’s presidential campaign appears to have hired a  pair of Republican consultants who have been dogged by allegations of ethically questionable organizing practices over the years. The A-list rapper’s political team has brought on Nathan Sproul, a seasoned GOP operative who leads one of the party’s go-to grassroots strategy firms. Sproul, in turn, appears to be working with an obscure GOP operative with a sketchy history of work on Sproul’s behalf to build a get-out-the-vote operation for West in the swing state of Iowa. The previously unreported Iowa organizing operation doesn’t appear to be particularly large or sophisticated. But it shows how a small team of committed Republicans is trying to boost West’s candidacy—at the expense, critics say, of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
    Joe Biden appeared to accidentally reveal a screen with teleprompter text in front of him during an April television interview, a clip of which went viral Friday. Biden appearing on CBS’s The Late Late Show months ago, held up a photo of himself posing with his two sons when they were in college, a picture which he said hangs in his bedroom:. As he held up the framed picture, green text seemed to reflect off the glass and into his camera. As the apparent text first appeared, the show quickly cut to a shot of host James Corden, then back to Biden holding up the photo. A slowed-down snippet highlighting this moment racked up hundreds of thousands of views Friday night, quickly eclipsing the view count on the Late Late Show‘s official upload: Check out the teleprompter in the reflection. Biden blatantly read from a script for most of the interview with James Corden. I bet his handlers weren’t too happy with him going off script. He probably got reprimanded. pic.twitter.com/BPK2FGB8cz — Michael Moore (@mbracemoore) September 12, 2020 Earlier this...
    Vice President Joe Biden on Friday appeared to accidentally confirm he uses a teleprompter in TV interviews, holding a framed photo in front of the camera that reflected what appears to be text from a teleprompter. The moment came during Biden’s Friday interview with James Corden. The interview proceeded normally until Biden decides to grab a framed photo of himself and his two sons. He holds the large photo in front of the camera, revealing a reflection of a display screen showing both Corden and what appears to be teleprompter text. That reflection… Joe Biden was using a teleprompter for an interview with James Corden. pic.twitter.com/wqBrhqNVHW — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 12, 2020 Check out the teleprompter in the reflection. Biden blatantly read from a script for most of the interview with James Corden. I bet his handlers weren’t too happy with him going off script. He probably got reprimanded. pic.twitter.com/BPK2FGB8cz — Michael Moore (@mbracemoore) September 12, 2020 Joe Biden holds up a framed picture during an interview, revealing a reflection of what appears to be a teleprompter....
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to lose his train of thought during an interview that aired Thursday on CNN while trying to deny that he was “Slow Joe.” “Just look at us, okay?” Biden said to Tapper. “Just look at us. Who seems to be in shape? Who’s able to move around?” “Who’s, I mean, this idea of, you know, ‘Slow Joe,'” Biden said as he started to laugh before losing his train of thought. “I, anyway, I, I shouldn’t laugh about it because, uh, anyway, Donald Trump, uh, just look at us both, watch us, and determine whether or not you think, uh, um, I’m misleading anyone, not you personally, but the public, you know, look at me, judge me based on—” WATCH: Joe Biden loses his train of thought when saying he isn't "Slow Joe"https://t.co/o1dGNly6bI pic.twitter.com/Hlr7VhHQvb — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 10, 2020 The Daily Wire is one of America’s fastest-growing conservative media companies and counter-cultural outlets for news, opinion, and entertainment. Get inside access to The Daily Wire by becoming a member.
    Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden falsely claimed on Wednesday while speaking in Michigan that thousands of American soldiers had been killed by the coronavirus, which originated in China, despite the fact that real number is less than 10. “Military COVID infected: 118,984,” Biden said while reading off of a note card. “Military COVID deaths: 6,114.” As of today, a total of seven members of the U.S. Military have died from the coronavirus while the total number of infected is 40,026. A look at photos that were available from the event shows the note card that Biden was reading, which stated: “MI COVID Infected: 118,984. MI COVID Deaths: 6,814.” Biden—speaking in Michigan—apparently did not understand that “MI” was an abbreviation for the state that he was in, not an abbreviation for “Military.” The Biden campaign later confirmed that this is what happened, claiming that he “misspoke,” according to Fox News. “Vice President Biden has the utmost respect for the men and women of the armed services and believes it’s the sacred duty of our country to properly equip them, look after...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to struggle with his teleprompter during a Monday virtual event with AFL-CIO. Biden took a series of questions throughout the virtual event — which was streamed by NBC News — but after one question about ten minutes into the livestream, he paused and said, “move it up here.” (RELATED: Biden Cites ‘Constitutional Issue,’ Flips On His Own Policy Calling For National Mask Mandate) WATCH: Unite Here Local 355 member Rebecca “Becca” Vedrine began her question by saying that she had not been “involved in politics” in 2016 because she didn’t really feel that her vote mattered. “This is like a redo for me, and it’s like it shows that I’ve become an adult and I have responsibilities, I have a say in what goes on where I live, where I stay, where I put money to, where I put love to — so this election is everything to me,” Vedrine explained. Vedrine went on to ask what a Biden administration would do to make sure that more Americans had the opportunity to be...
    CNN appeared to edit out out the Washington Redskins logo while airing an old photograph of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his young son. The football team announced in July it would not longer use the nickname the “Redskins” following years of backlash. The team has been briefly renamed the “Washington Football Team” after further pushes to rename the team following the death of George Floyd in May. (RELATED: CNN Headline Rewritten Within The Hour — Editing Out Criticism Of Senate Democrats) CNN used a photograph Monday that Biden shared in June for a special called “Fight for the White House: Joe Biden’s Long Journey,” Fox News reported. The original photograph was shared on Biden’s official Facebook page on Father’s Day and included the Redskins logo on his son’s hat: CNN’s feature included the photograph, but the Redskins logo was missing. There was no indication on screen that the original photograph included the Redskins logo and no explanation as to why the logo was removed. WATCH: CNN did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the...
    CNN aired a photo of Joe Biden with his young son from years ago that appears to have been edited to scrub the Washington Redskins logo from a hat. Biden had shared the photo on Father’s Day this summer, which showed his son’s hat sporting the Washington Football Team's former logo. On Monday night, CNN shared the photo during its "Fight for the White House: Joe Biden's Long Journey,” but the team’s logo was missing, according to Fox News. Nothing to see here...just a “news” outlet campaigning for presidential candidate Joe Biden CNN airs photo of Joe Biden and son with Washington Redskins logo removed from son's hat https://t.co/qZPSZiU9WR— Amber Smith (@AmberSmithUSA) September 9, 2020 CNN used a doctored photo of Joe Biden with one of his sons when he was young. The Washington Redskins logo, now deemed "racist" by the cultural Marxist mob, was Photoshopped off from his son's hat. https://t.co/fMy0jiX8sr pic.twitter.com/IkFjK9kdWd— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) September 9, 2020 The team has come under scrutiny for its name, prompting it to change its name temporarily during this...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned Antifa violence on Monday, telling a local Pennsylvania NBC affiliate he abhorred violence “no matter who” the perpetrator was. Biden, whose campaign has struggled to respond to the protests and riots spawned by the shooting of Jacob Blake, told WGAL during a Labor Day trip in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, that criticism by President Donald Trump and Republicans over his stance on the violence witnessed in America’s cities was inaccurate. “I’ve condemned it across the board,” Biden said. “The president still hasn’t condemned the far-right folks coming out and protesting and using violence.” When questioned specifically on the topic of Antifa, which has been at the center of some protests and riots in areas like Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, the former vice president condemned the movement, saying he was opposed to violence “no matter who it is” causing it. Biden’s repudiation of Antifa comes as the presidential race appears to have tightened. A slew of new polls indicate the Republican National Convention, coupled with concerns over social unrest in America’s cities, is boosting Trump’s chances for reelection. The...
    Former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaLabor Day starts the 'real conversation' about this presidential election Trump campaign works to set narrative ahead of pivotal debates with Biden The Atlantic's Trump report: We should know the sources of a story this important MORE chatted on video with Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisTrump casts wide net in Labor Day press conference Trump blasts Biden, Harris for 'anti-vaccine rhetoric' Kamala Harris meets with Jacob Blake's family during visit to Wisconsin MORE (D-Calif.) about working out on the campaign trail and Joe BidenJoe BidenTed Cruz, longtime fan of 'The Princess Bride,' swipes at cast members' plans to reunite to raise money for Democrats What Joe Biden owes Kenosha Trump casts wide net in Labor Day press conference MORE’s love of aviator sunglasses. In the nearly 5-minute virtual video for the Biden campaign, Harris asked Obama to speak about his relationship with his former VP who is currently leading a White House challenge against President TrumpDonald John TrumpTed Cruz, longtime fan of 'The Princess Bride,' swipes at cast members' plans to reunite to...
    AN edited video claiming President Donald Trump is "disoriented" and "deep into a degenerative neurological disease" is allowed to stay on Twitter. Journalists have insisted the 12-second misleading video of Trump is false because it doesn't show how the president was waiting for First Lady Melania and calling attention to puddles she should avoid. 7Journalists have insisted a 12-second viral video of President Trump on the White House lawn is falseCredit: Rex Features 7Despite being labeled as 'manipulated media' on Twitter - the video has not been removedCredit: Twitter 7The edited C-SPAN footage - which appears to show the president wandering on the South Lawn of the White House near puddles - went viral on TwitterCredit: Twitter Trump had reportedly been waiting for Melania to board Marine One. Despite being labeled as "manipulated media" Monday morning on Twitter - the video has not been removed. The edited C-SPAN footage - which appears to show the president wandering on the South Lawn of the White House near puddles - went viral on Sunday after it was shared to Twitter Twitter user...
    (CNN)Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to hold an advantage over President Donald Trump in the polls. Given that we're past both major party conventions and closing in on Labor Day, the only fair conclusion to reach is that Biden's the favorite. Yet, it continues to be clear that the national polling will continue to overstate Biden's edge. An examination of the state polls shows a race that, while not a tossup by any means, is closer than the national polls would indicate. The national polls after the convention tell a pretty clear story. Biden is up by around 8 points. That's what the CNN/SSRS poll shows. That's what the Grinnell College/Selzer and Co. poll has. The average, depending on how you compute it, has basically the same thing. As I noted last week, elected incumbents rarely gain ground after the conventions. The two biggest gainers in the modern era were Dwight Eisenhower in 1956 and George H.W. Bush in 1992. Both picked up about 4 points, which would only cut Biden's edge by about half. Biden's true lead (or...
    Jamie Harrison with Joe Biden and Tulsi Gabbard in the before times. Charlie Cook/Cook Report: Many Are Afraid To Say It, but This Is Not a Close Race The king commissioned the faux-tailors to make him a suit of clothes, checking on their work, watching the pair at their looms as they pretended to weave, not letting on that he could not see the fabric, lest people think him a fool. Once presented with the “clothes,” he strutted through the streets wearing nothing, no one letting on that they, too, could not see the clothes. Finally, a young boy cries out, “But he has nothing on!” I think about the story in the context of this election, but not in a way that compares Trump to the king. Rather, I think about it in terms of the political analysts, pollsters, and pundits who refuse to state publicly what the data plainly show: that it is very, very unlikely Trump will win 270 electoral votes and the election. Blame the election of 2016. Virtually everyone but the most die-hard Trump backers...
    Trump 2020 campaign manager Bill Stepien went unchallenged on Thursday when he slammed Fox News’ polling during an interview with network. Stepien appeared on Fox & Friends, where they started things off by asking him to react to their latest poll showing Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump in 3 battleground states ahead of the 2020 election. Stepien immediately protested the results when asked how his internal numbers were different, saying “I love Fox News, I love you guys. I don’t love your polls.” “What don’t you like about it?” Fox host Steve Doocy asked. Stepien went on to claim that “the methodology is little askew” in Fox’s polling, that it oversampled Democratic voters, and “if Joe Biden is actually winning by 9 in Arizona, he wouldn’t be visiting Arizona later next week.” There was no further pushback from the hosts of Fox & Friends. Trump has wailed repeatedly whenever Fox News’ polling showed him down to Biden, or underwater in his approval rating. Trump’s allies has joined him in bashing Fox’s polling, and in the past Fox News...
    Joe Biden’s campaign is launching a $45 million swing-state ad buy to counter President Donald Trump’s law and order critiques. The former vice president’s team announced late Tuesday it was embarking upon a one-week ad campaign pushing back on the depiction of their candidate as weak on crime and rioting. The ads, which will run online and on television, will target voters in nine swing states, including Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Its message appears to be designed to stem any potential backlash that may be forming against the candidate, along with Democrats in general, because of the protests and rioting spawned by Jacob Blake’s shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last month. “I want to make it absolutely clear,” Biden says in the ad, as images of burned-out buildings and confrontations with police flash across the screen. “Rioting is not protesting. Looting is not protesting. And those who do it should be prosecuted.” ‘It’s lawlessness, plain and simple. And those who do it should be prosecuted,” the former vice president adds. “Fires are burning and we have a president who fans the flames. He...