Trump spent his first 100 days with grandiose promises that were never delivered. Biden acted on his promises without bragging
Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed” and summoning American resilience and
President Donald Trump’s days in office are numbered. But he’s already stopped doing much of his job. In the last three weeks, a bomb went
Trump’s megalomania would never let himself accept defeat while his hate and anger brought him to want to burn down the place that now rejects him.
The Democratic sweep of the Georgia Senate runoff elections on Jan. 5th gave Biden control of the Senate leadership of his party by his party and the troubles in Washington give him some pending help from fed-up Republicans over Trump.
Donald Trump is a traitor to America and remains a threat to the security of this nation as long as he remains president. Does anyone really think he will leave the White House on his own on Jan. 20, 2021?
More than three days of counting after the polling places closed Tuesday gave Biden a clear win with more states left to call.
Will a win in November be the ultimate recovery from cycles of pain?
The highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression points to Trump’s failure to handle the pandemic and raises many other serious about his scandal-ridden presidency.