In the final presidential debate, Americans were given two choices: A progressive candidate and former vice president with specific plans for the future and a former forever TV “reality show” who repeated his disproven lies and false claims.
A study of styles, facts, lack of facts, truth, lies, and conflicts;
So far, his focus on protests and violence in some cities have not registered with voters as Biden continues to lead and dominate the election.
With candidates struggling to find a way to define what are or are not the realities of America today, voters are often left scratching their heads.
In a government controlled by Republicans in the White House and Senate, what happened to balancing the budget and keeping the economy strong?
The beleaguered president, drowning in serious questions about his competence, appears to be floundering and even Republicans are backing away.
While the president feels good about future economic prospects, experts say just the opposite. Any recovery will be long and hard.
The forced shutdown of life in the United States has let millions without work or pay and tanked the economy that Trump thought would be his me to re-election. Polls show most Americans blame him for the nation’s error-filled response to the pandemic.
He also claims the constitution and federal laws give him that authority but, as usual, he hasn’t cited a single one.