Newsweek Opinion Editor Josh Hammer caught up with Stephanie Hamill on In Focus to discuss Supreme Court decisions, possible court packing and Democrat deception.
It was a sharp contrast to the first presidential debate, but did the first and only vice presidential debate succeed in delivering transparent answers to voters? White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino has more.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden said he will not reveal his position on “packing” the Supreme Court until after the elections. While speaking to reporters in Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday, he, once again, dodged questions on the matter.
One issue that still haunts Sen. Kamala Harris is when she halted an ongoing investigation of Catholic priests accused of abusing children while she was San Francisco’s district attorney. Under Harris, San Francisco became the only major city to refuse to prosecute any Catholic priests. When Harris campaigned for district attorney, she also was the recipient of donations from many of the church’s lawyers and board members. One America’s Richard Pollock explains.
Vice President Mike Pence and Democrat nominee Sen. Kamala Harris went head-to-head for the first and only vice presidential debate with both sharing their goals for the American people under the next presidential term.
President Trump appeared to be showing no symptoms of the coronavirus following his first night back in the White House. That’s according to a statement Tuesday from the President’s physician who also said his vital signs and physical exam remain stable.
All eyes are on Salt Lake City as the two vice presidential candidates are set to take the debate stage. However, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced changes to the debate on Monday. This came after President Trump, First Lady Melania, several White House staffers and others tested positive for coronavirus.
Civil rights is expected to be a major talking point during Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate. However, as One America’s Richard Pollock points out, Kamala Harris has not always been the civil rights protector she claims to be.
With the first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden in the rear view mirror, Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris will now square off in the vice presidential debate.