In the last debate of this campaign cycle, President Trump improved somewhat from his combative and disruptive performance in the first debate, but at this late stage trailing so substantially in the polls, he really needed a game changing moment or a gaffe from his opponent in order to have any realistic chance of reversing his fortunes.
If President Trump were to lose by the current margins in the polls, it would be the greatest popular vote defeat suffered by an incumbent since 1932.
5 takeaways from a Vice-Presidential debate that featured a civil tone, evasive answers and a meme-worthy fly.
We have never been here before. The President and the First lady have contracted Covid-19. In the best case scenario he is asymptomatic, is able to continue with his duties, and after a two week quarantine returns to the presidential campaign. In other, far worse scenarios, a deterioration in Trump’s condition could set in motion a political drama without precedent, testing the Constitution with the first ever invoking of the 25th Amendment.
Trump bulldozes his way through the debate with attacks and falsehoods. Biden proves his stamina and discipline are acceptable.
What to look for in the first US Presidential Debate 2020: the multitude of issues, scandals and unfolding news events, Biden’s potential for a gaffe, fact-check Trump in real time and personal attacks.
The Battle to Fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court Seat Could Backfire for Republicans – Or Lead to a Pyrrhic Victory for Joe Biden.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is pressing ahead in his effort to confirm a new Supreme Court justice to fill the seat vacated by the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Lovecraft Country review — for all its profound depictions of the ache of segregation, the show falters in its efforts to use horror and the supernatural as metaphors for racism and oppression. Episode 5 has just aired.
With less than two months until the US Presidential Election 2020, our analyses reveal that President Trump is increasingly desperate to talk about the economy and law and order, but is struggling to change the focus from Covid-19 and his own scandals. Joe Biden remains the favorite to win.