As discussions turn into anger-driven riffs, those needing help slide further and further into the abyss.
The attacks leave both Democrat and Republican shaking their heads because Trump seldom attends church and does so only for photo ops.
Probably the only good thing about the COVID-19 pandemic: It puts an end (temporarily) to the childish hoopla at presidential campaign conventions.
It is a repository on discredited conspiracy theories that, no doubt, will be used by Trump in his tweets and verbal diarrhea of lies.
Trump says he is considering “executive action” to put some plan into place. Legal experts say that is not an option.
While most Americans who voted in the 2016 presidential election turned thumbs down on Donald Trump, a gerrymandered electoral college map gave him a narrow
As the pandemic worsens, Trump claims it is “under control,” which polls show voters realize as his campaign continues to flounder.
With lots of disagreements, both sides blame the other for the continued impasse.