The 47th vice president, the Democratic presidential candidate, the 46th president of the United States – Joe Biden would be the oldest president (at his inauguration, at age 78) to serve the office in the history of United States of America.
Twenty fifth amendment along with the bill introduced by Nancy Pelosi is enough to turn Trump’s obstinacy against him if he refuses to concede election results.
With just days to go, a race that has remained surprisingly steady for months is flashing some warning signs that things are tightening, and Joe Biden’s advantage may not be as strong as it seems.
From Ronald Reagan to Donald Trump, the Conspiracy theories keep on getting more bizarre with every US President. But, some theories are just too interesting or, let’s just say, too weird to miss out on.
Trump is trailing Biden nationally and in the battleground states. But Hillary Clinton had been leading in the polls too! Well, here are five surefire signs, other than the polls, that indicate Donald Trump is losing.
From casting aspersions over the country of his birth to accusing Obama of wiretapping his phone, Trump would have certainly made a sworn enemy out of the 59-year-old, former president. With the 2020 US election around the corner, Mr Obama would be looking to get even by mentoring his former cabinet colleague, Joe Biden.
Around two weeks back, Republican lawmaker Ted Yoho verbally assaulted Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the steps of the United States Capitol, home of the Congress and Senate. Yoho issued a conditional and insincere apology, which led to AOC calling him out in the most fierce manner possible.
The US Presidential Elections are less than three months away and politics can seem like a confusing maze to even the most seasoned voters. Here is a brief essay around electioneering in the US to make voting in November easier to navigate.
In less than 100 days, Americans across the country will head to the polls to decide who will be their next president. The first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will take place on September 29 at Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland. Since the countdown for the presidential election has begun, let’s look at some interesting facts about the past runners-ups and their political fate…