While Biden made strong points on why he could be a better president, Trump remained on the defensive most of the night, quieter than he was in the first debate but still unfocused on how he would deal with the many problems that derailed his accidental presidency.
The self-professed “greatest businessman in the world,” used campaign cash for personal expenses, support of pet projects by his children, and ego-boosting ads that served no other purpose.
Recycling the same tactics and insults that worked in 2016 in a race with more issues and more awareness of the president’s failures and lies.
Conflicting claims about health care and audio problems just added to the testy third day of hearings for the Supreme Court nominee.
Conflicting information outright lies from the White House physician and a president who hides the truth leaves Americans wondering about his health.
With a president who has told more than 20,000 documented lies in his first term in office, Americans have to wonder how accurate reports can be about his viral infection and condition.
It’s almost as if he’s writing a personal check. In recent days, President Donald Trump has promised millions of Medicare recipients that — thanks to
“Trump brought the chaotic nature of his presidency to the debate stage, He needed to knock Biden off his game, but he may have just reminded independent voters why they’ve turned against him.”
With the important Nov. 3 presidential election exactly five weeks away, we begin a daily roundup of what is or is not happening for a choice that could decide the future of our nation’s democratic republic and our way of life.