With a split, reluctant Congress, the roadshow is Biden’s way of stirring up support in places where the plan will affect most
The pace of America’s oldest president leaves many younger voters gasping for breath and applauding
New residents of Georgia combined with Blacks, Hispanics, and Surburban progressives to turn the tide in a fading red political environment.
In a terse unsigned statement, the high court told Trump’s fall guy to his latest string of failures that his lawsuit “has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.” It was the second quick dismissal of Trump’s last-chance “Hail Mary” attempts to overturn the will of the voters who rejected him.
Like the outgoing discredited president they worship, Trump’s supporters use lies and misdirection to try and prolong his final reckoning from voters who rejected him at the polls.
In his final days in office, America’s wannabe president golfs broods as his replacement transitions into the job.
While Joe Biden won the presidency by nearly six million votes, several House seats went back to GOP hands because, once again, Democrats underestimated Trump’s popularity or the apprehension of voters.
Trump tried to use the power of the presidency to overturn the will of the voters but the states held firm.
The loser of the presidential election is trying questionable legal shenanigans he can to try and hold on to the job that a growing majority of voters said they want him out.