By way of an explanation for his frequent gaffes and wild statements, Joe Biden has begun sharing his heartbreaking story about growing up with a stutter. Is that the real problem?
‘Crises like this one should be a time for national unity, and instead, this large left-wing dark money group is taking advantage of the coronavirus to score cheap political points.’
At Sunday night’s debate, Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden blatantly lied to the American public about the Trump administration’s handling of coronavirus testing.
Without his cheering section Bernie Sanders seemed lost and confused. Joe Biden, on the other hand, played perfectly to the camera.
In case you missed it while out searching the earth for the last available bottle of Purel, we collected the best tweets of the debate so you won’t have missed a thing.
Neither campaign could have asked for better treatment. If they wrote and directed the sketches themselves, the best they could do is what Kate McKinnon actually did.
On some level Sanders was always more interested in being an influencer than a president. He was never willing to do what it takes to win a Democratic Primary.
Joe Biden’s candidacy is based around a media-enabled narrative that he is a decent man who will bring civility and normalcy back to Washington. Such threatening behavior suggests he might not be the candidate to do that.
Insulting and threatening voters is a strange way to pursue the presidency, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t work.
Former Vice President and 2020 contender Joe Biden got into a scuffle about guns with an an auto plant worker in Detroit during a Michigan campaign stop.
It’s conventional wisdom that a Biden coronation and a hyper-disciplined party apparatus coalescing will bring everything back to normal in the frayed Democratic field. Not so fast.
President Trump’s bombastic style works a lot of the time. Coranavirus is not one of those times.
There is a new candidate in the Democratic primary. His name is Barack Obama.
Three decades ago, an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ provided a cautionary tale for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential candidacy.
Emily Jashinsky and Christopher Bedford sit down to discuss the political fallout post-Super Tuesday and the coronavirus pandemic on The Federalist Radio Hour.
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