Trump campaign pushes to reschedule canceled presidential debate on Oct.15

2020 Campaign 10/12/20, 17:31

President Donald Trump’s campaign is pushing to hold the canceled presidential debate in an in-person format after the White House confirmed the president is no longer at risk of transmitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (coronavirus) to others. CNN reported White House deputy communications director Brian Morgenstern saying on Sunday, ...

Second presidential debate goes ahead after Trump defeats CCP Virus

Politics 10/06/20, 11:58

The second debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, set for Oct. 15, will go ahead after the president departed the hospital on Monday evening, Oct. 5, following his successful fight against the CCP Virus (coronavirus). Both the Trump re-election campaign and Biden campaign said that the ...

54% of Americans think Joe Biden capable of debating President Trump

Politics 07/15/20, 12:32

Just over half of likely U.S. voters believe presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden can handle debating President Donald Trump on the national stage, a new poll showed. The latest Rasmussen survey, released on Tuesday, July 14, found that 54% of  likely U.S. voters think Biden is capable of debating the ...

Democratic debate: What 6 presidential candidates discussed

2020 Campaign 01/15/20, 07:00

The top presidential candidates of the Democratic Party sparred in the final debate confrontation on Afghanistan, conflict, and foreign policy on Tuesday night, Jan. 14, before the primary vote started. New friction between Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is the starting point for the first debate of ...

Trump campaign to fly banner ahead of Democratic debate, warning of government socialism

2020 Campaign 10/15/19, 20:13

President Trump’s re-election campaign will fly banners over Westerville, Ohio, ahead of Tuesday night's presidential primary debate in the city, warning voters of threatened big government socialism. “This week's debate will be another display of the 2020 Democrats' far-left lurch toward big government socialism,” Tim Murtaugh, Trump campaign communications director, said ...

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