As Trump accused Biden and his family of engaging in unethical business practices in China and Ukraine, Biden attacked Trump for mishandling COVID-19 pandemic and racial issues
The US Elections 2020 will go down in history as one with controversy at every step. The latest in line stems from unauthorized ballot boxes placed by California Republican.
As the countdown to 3 November begins, here are 7 things about Donald Trump you need to remember – or know if you didn’t know them.
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.
With the conventions out of the way, and a fast-moving media cycle, there are signs of volatility in the polls, but the race is still Joe Biden’s to lose. As part of our on-going series, here are the five key takeaways from the race for the presidency.
The US stock markets are booming despite the onset of a global recession. Despite controlling the levers of monetary policy, interest rates and taxation, President Trump will likely learn the immutable truth about the stock markets this November: that it has a mind of its own and cannot be contained by empty sloganeering.
Indians couldn’t contain their glee when Kamala Harris was nominated as the Democrat Vice-Presidential candidate alongside Joe Biden. Harris has Indian-Jamaican roots, and is the first woman of Indian-origin to be a nominee for the office of Vice-President. But it doesn’t end there; the Joe Biden Presidential package seems to have a lot more to offer India.
A butterfly flaps its wings in the US and, some poor farmer in a distant part of the world can now send his children to school. Or maybe he loses his access to the local market. What happens in the US impacts the rest of the world, whether the effects are intentional or otherwise.
Even if Russia is behind the leaked Biden-Poroshenko tapes, Kremlin’s latest ploy to scandalize US Electoral politics is likely to fall short in its objective.
Trump’s new and expansive secret national security watchlist gives the US government authority to snoop on Americans and collect information even when there is no proof of a crime or intent to commit a crime…