Donald Trump has been accused of lying to the economy in a preview clip from his pre-pregnancy interview with CBS’s Leslie Stahl. 60 minutes, An interview he angrily shut down on Tuesday and later denounced him as a “perverted takedown”, threatening to release an edited version of his own exchange.
President Trump tested negative on his way to the final presidential debate
Donald Trump tested negative for coronavirus on a plane on the way to the final presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said, “We tested him here (on the way) and he tested negative.
The flight was attended by President Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Dan Scavino, Tiffany Trump, Jason Miller and Robert O’Brien.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 21:03
Donald Trump has a 10-point lead in Joe Biden’s new K Nippiak University poll
A new poll released by Kunipiak University on Thursday shows that the Democratic nominee is leading President Trump 51 to 41 percent nationally.
Mr Biden’s lead is similar to that of the two Kunipiak polls since September, with the former vice president leading Mr Trump by 52 to 42 per cent.
The figure is similar to other surveys, as the website Five Thirty Eight, which competes with the national average breast polls, led Mr Bain to the presidency with 9.8 points as of October 21.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 20:40
President Trump leaves for White House for final presidential debate
Donald Trump left the White House for Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday afternoon for the final presidential debate against Biden, the Democratic challenger.
He was with Melania Trump, the first U.S. official, on her first campaign trip since the Republican National Convention in August.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 20:17
Melania Trump is back on the campaign trail after recovering from Covid-19
The first night of the US was photographed with President Donald Trump for the last presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday.
Mrs. Trump, 50, tested positive for Covid-19 shortly after the presidency in early October, and has not been seen outside the White House since.
He ruled out an incident in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, citing a cough from his Covid-19 diagnosis.
The 50-year-old was not on the campaign trail after delivering his speech on the second night of the Republican National Convention in August.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 19:55
Half of all Americans want an inquiry into President Trump’s resignation, a new poll Independent Finds
Reaction to a new 90 percent JL Partner-Independent Paul said he believes Mr. Trump should have a criminal investigation so he can pass out when he leaves office.
However, nearly half of voters, citing tax documents in a recent report, are concerned about debts of 400 400 million, according to the poll, the president’s arrears.
John T. Bennett has more here.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 19:30
Schumer and Wyden urge FBI director to resist Trump pressure for political probe ahead of November election
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Ron Weiden have written to FBI Director Christopher Vare asking him not to launch a political investigation into the Nov. 3 election. NBC News.
In his letter, he cited an article that was widely questioned New York York PostAllegations of receiving stolen emails from Hunter Biden from presidential lawyer Rudy Gianni Liani, “he said, noting that President Trump had asked the Justice Department to investigate.
The veracity of the Post’s claims was questioned when it emerged that Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and former presidential adviser Steve Bannon were involved in handing over the paper. Mr Giuliani spent months in Ukraine trying to dig up dirt on Hunter Byrne.
The senator said: “We are deeply concerned about the possibility that in response to these reports, the Trump administration will take action before election day that seeks to harm the Democratic presidential candidate and undermine the rule of law.”
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 19:17
The battle to win over retired Florida voters is ripping apart The Village
President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit the City of Villages, a planned community for people over the age of 55, on Friday, but he may not be welcomed by fans.
Retirement-less community communities in Florida, with more than 1,000,000 people, are deeply divided in politics ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
The debate escalated to the point where a Trump supporter threw acid on Biden’s lawn, while a convoy of Donald Trump supporters in a golf cart was pushed out by Biden’s supporters, one of whom said: F *** Trump ”
Read Andrew B’s uncovered report here.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 18:59
President Trump tweeted that Barack Obama was campaigning for him
On Thursday, Trump tweeted that former President Barack Obama was “campaigning for us.”
He tweeted: “Obama is campaigning for us. Every time he speaks, people come to us. The sleep that didn’t even want to support. What a long time since the primary was over! ”
Mr Obama compared the president to a “crazy uncle” at a campaign rally in Philadelphia on Wednesday, as Trump claimed in Georgia that “there was only one happier than Hillary who went astray that night, Barack Hussein Obama.” In the context of the 2016 elections. .
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 18:33
The president defended the unmasked rallies and refused to encourage them to ‘lock up’ in a 60-minute interview.
Donald Trump walked out of the meeting on Tuesday and was accused of asking “fake” and “biased” questions on the network after his 30-minute interview with CBS correspondent Leslie Stahl on Thursday. Uploaded to Facebook.
In a discussion of his rhetoric and influence, he refused to admit that he had targeted Michigan Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who was recently targeted by an alleged right-wing plot to kidnap him. Was gone.
“When did I tell him to stop?” He said. “I will never say that.”
During a rally in the state chanting “Stop him”, he responded by “locking them all up.”
Alex Woodward has more here.
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 18:11
CBS News has a 60-minute interview with President Donald Trump. Responded to the release of the ‘Unpublished’ version
Donald Trump walked out of the meeting and gave his 30-minute interview with CBS correspondent Leslie Stahl on Thursday after accusing him of making “fake” and “biased” inquiries on the network. Uploaded to Facebook.
In a response Thursday afternoon, CBS wrote: “The White House’s unprecedented decision to ignore the agreement reached with CBS News and release their footage will not stop you from providing 60 minutes of complete, impartial and relevant reporting.” Presidents have participated for decades. ”
James CrumpOctober 22, 2020 17:53