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.
Co-Chair Frank Fahrenkopf claims debate moderator Steve Scully’s bizarre tweet, or an apparent failed attempt at a direct message, was the work of a hacker.
Pence is a deceptively strong debater who would have been tough to beat even on a good night, but Harris’ comparatively weaker substance combined with a frankly awful style did not help her out.
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‘Mike Pence is a former television commentator and does have a very calm demeanor, but I think a lot of people were noticing some mansplaining going on tonight,’ mansplained George Stephanopoulos.
America got the debate it deserved last night because it reflected where America is: bickering, poking, prodding, attacking.
As the 2020 presidential campaign season approaches full bloom, Democrats are launching a full push to keep their candidate off the debate stage.
Columnists from the New York Times and Washington Post have suggested “rethinking” the debate format, perhaps in fear of a poor Biden performance.
The lockdowns are ending, it is time for the 2020 general election to truly begin.
The Democrats have realized that things are pretty good. It’s a tough spot.
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Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro ended his campaign for the 2020 Democratic nomination on Thursday.
The plan unveiled on Monday is a sharp reversal from what Sen. Kamala Harris has previously stood for as an aggressive prosecutor.
Former Rep. John Delaney released a statement Wednesday before the debate, blasting Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for their debate strategy.
Williamson’s rhetoric reaches an audience of millions of voters hungry for a new kind of ‘religious left’ to act as a counterweight to the ‘religious right’ that has dominated the discussion of religion in politics
Ten candidates seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took to the stage Tuesday night in an event that largely focused on policy.
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