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…
What would happen if Trump loses the election in November? How would he take defeat? How would his base would react? — There are many who fear that the incumbent President might very well refuse to accept the result of the election and could end up instigating his base towards unconstitutional means.
Interference in foreign elections is rapidly becoming a weapon of choice for affecting change in democratic nations. The US, with its not always illustrious record of engineering regime change, faces perhaps its greatest national security challenge from what is being termed Hybrid War, campaigns of propaganda and misinformation that seek to manipulate the will of the electorate.
The story begins in late June, from Tulsa, where US President Donald Trump held his first campaign rally since the US coronavirus lockdown began. The event which was held in Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma Centre had rows of empty seats despite claims of nearly one million people registering for the event.
John Bolton, Donald Trump’s longest-serving National Security Advisor until fired in September 2019, paints a very unflattering picture of the President in his memoir describing him as “erratic,” “impulsive” and “stunningly uninformed”.
American spy thriller ‘Homeland’ blew away everyone from Barrack Obama to Hillary Clinton, but while no one was noticing, the show went wrong
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee recently said in an interview to an African-American host that those in the black community who can’t pick the better candidate between him and Donald Trump “ain’t black”. The remark received wide criticism. But does Biden really find himself electorally endangered for saying what he said?
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.
President Donald Trump has unleashed a serious charge of corruption against his predecessor Barack Obama, trying to stir up an Obamagate controversy when chips are down with less than six months to go for the presidential election. The strategy in this attack is clear.