Kanye West said he’s walking instead of running for president, following recent reports claiming he’s actually siphoning votes from presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden.
2020 Presidential Election
Presidential debates have been held every election year since 1976, but it’s beginning to look like former Vice President Joe Biden may try to avoid debating President Trump this election year. Conservatives are now speaking out with Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform telling One America’s John Hines that Biden’s attempt to duck the debates is because he knows it could cost him his lead in the polls
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows confirmed this year’s presidential election will take place as planned on November 3. He made the announcement during an interview on Sunday.
A recent interview of young Americans shows Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calf.) may not be the popular choice for the Democrat vice presidential nominee.
A major Muslim political group has endorsed Joe Biden, but members of the community are questioning the impact of his policies on Muslim Americans. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
With coronavirus concerns on the rise, President Trump is turning to virtual gatherings to rally his base. His first online event took place Sunday and streamed in Wisconsin, Arizona, Michigan and North Carolina.
A record number of lawsuits are being filed over the 2020 elections. According to Loyola Marymount University law professor Justin Levitt, at least 154 cases have been filed across 41 states, including the District of Columbia.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently alluded to forcefully evicting President Trump from the White House should he lose the election. On Monday, the top Democrat in the House of Representatives said the president would be “fumigated” out if he refused to accept the results of the election.
A top Department of Homeland Security official, Christopher Krebs, said this year’s general elections are going to be the “most secure in modern history.”