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Dr. Anthony Fauci pledged the new administration’s aggressive pursuit of gender equity at the Chinese-dominated WHO last week.
Federalist Senior Editor Christopher Bedford said former Vice President Joe Biden made a blunder in Thursday night’s debate.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden tried to whitewash comments from more than two decades ago at the second and final presidential debate Thursday.
Biden’s claims have been debunked by FBI, the Department of Justice, the Department of National Intelligence, and the Department of State.
By now it’s clear that the debate commission has exposed its own obvious biases on behalf of the Democrats this fall.
At separate town hall events Thursday night, Trump and Biden both face opportunities and pitfalls.
Forcing Biden to say which Trump achievements he would overturn should be the go-to strategy for all debates, interviews, and rallies before Election Day.
By moving the prime time event into a remote setting, voters are also given limited faith that Biden won’t be relying on staff notes or a teleprompter.
Across five panels on cable news and ABC, there were only two open Trump supporters, and seven that are not publicly hostile toward the president
China reportedly censored Vice President Mike Pence but not California Sen. Kamala Harris during Wednesday’s vice presidential debate.
Sen. Kamala Harris attempted to undermine public confidence in a coronavirus vaccine again during Wednesday’s vice presidential debate.
Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines ‘coup de grâce’ as a ‘death blow.’ That’s what presidential candidate Joe Biden called for against his opponent Monday.
“No moderator could have managed a debate of that magnitude better than Chris,” said Fox News Media’s CEO Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace.
“It was clear which side he was rooting for,” Sen. Cruz said of Wallace after the debate.
Far from disavowing the left on Tuesday night, Biden held it more closely than any major presidential nominee in modern political history.
The average age of the Commission’s Board of Directors is over 70, and their preferences of a bygone era shows.
While it was not civil, the first presidential debate was compelling and informative.
Wallace specifically asked Trump if he was ‘willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups,’ and Trump immediately replied, ‘Sure.’
A poll during Telemundo’s post-debate coverage shows 66 percent thought President Trump won, while only 34 percent chose Joe Biden.
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