White House Reporter: People Around Trump Are Concerned He’s Talking to an ‘Increasingly Smaller Portion of the Country’
There's a growing concern among those who work for Donald Trump that his messages are not proving to be successful in bolstering his re-election effort, according to the White House reporter for the Associated Press.
Donald Trump's lackluster response to the novel coronavirus pandemic "has accelerated history" by enabling presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to become competitive in a number of states which otherwise should be reliably in Trump's column, said MSNBC host Joe Scarborough.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden attacked Donald Trump for directing his administration to ask the Supreme Court to strike down the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Hosts of the ABC daytime talk show The View pressed former White House national security adviser John Bolton for holding onto the revelations detailed in his memoir until he got a $2 million book deal, pushing him to answer why he didn’t testify during Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.
With presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden maintaining a consistent lead over incumbent Donald Trump, perhaps there's something to Biden's more limited approach to public campaigning, according to journalist Yamiche Alcindor.
Nate Silver: ‘Trump Could Absolutely Win Re-Election, But He Definitely Has His Work Cut Out For Him’
Donald Trump's increasingly looking like the underdog in the 2020 presidential race, but his re-election is not impossible, according to Nate Silver, the well-known political statistician who runs the website FiveThirtyEight.
The blistering criticism which he's seen since he held his first "photo op" in front of St John's Church near the White House has added up to not being a good week for Donald Trump's re-election, according to Fox News journalist Chris Wallace.
After delivering an emotional and and unifying message for the funeral service of George Floyd, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pivoted to addressing the serious issues surrounding Floyd's murder at the hands of police in Minneapolis, Minn.
Compared to Donald Trump’s hard talk of “dominance” over the protesters filling the nation’s streets, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden delivered a message Tuesday of healing and racial justice to the funeral service of George Floyd.
The issues of systemic racism and police violence which protesters have been filling American streets over since the murder of George Floyd are connected to America's long history of racial oppression and its "original sin" of slavery, but now is an opportunity to solve these problems, according to former president Barack Obama, who also reminded that the nation remains in the grip of the novel coronavirus pandemic.