Trump News Live: Latest US Election Updates As President Leaves Briefing To Respond To ‘Very Big Call’


US President Donald Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power after the election
The president earlier told Fox News Radio that only a court ruling that Joe Biden won the November election will convince him of his defeat, once again predicting that voter fraud will result in “a horror show. “.

This follows his refusal to engage in a peaceful transfer of power at a White House press conference on Wednesday, saying, “We’re going to have to see what happens … There will be no transfer frankly. . There will be a sequel. ”

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Trump soothes hurt ego by tweeting about favorable polls

Everything you need to spend the day Don.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 3:29 PM


Crowd chants ‘vote it’ as Trump honors the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Sensational. This is the scene outside the Supreme Court just now.

Here’s Chris Riotta with the latest one.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 3:14 PM


Trump tells Fox Radio that only Supreme Court ruling will convince him of election result, says Chris Wallace is “controlled by the radical left”

The president this morning called Brian Kilmeade’s Fox News radio station and said only a Supreme Court verdict that Biden won would convince him of the November election result, without going back on his comments yesterday.

“Oh, I would agree, but I think we still have a long way to go before we get there. These ballots are a horror show, ”the president told the host.

Even more absurd, he warned that Fox’s Chris Wallace, due to the moderation of the first debate between the two candidates next Tuesday, is “controlled by the radical left”, which even Kilmeade would not defend.

There was also this attack on Michael Bloomberg:

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 2:49 PM


Biden warns women’s rights ‘will disappear’ if Republicans elevate alleged Trump candidate

The Democratic challenger has targeted the president’s alleged frontrunner to succeed the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett, warning that the devout Catholic would seek to end access to abortions.

“Women’s rights, in everything related to health care, will disappear,” he said since the election campaign in North Carolina.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 2:17 PM


Trump calls FDA plan for stricter vaccine standards a ‘political movement’

During his press conference yesterday, the president tried to put pressure on the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by saying that his decision to put in place strict new standards on the emergency approval of everything next coronavirus vaccine “sounds like a political decision,” warning the White House could reject it.

Trump said he has “enormous confidence in these big companies” developing potential vaccines and suggested that it is they, and not federal regulators, who could best determine when a vaccine should be made available to the people. American.

“When big companies offer these vaccines, why [the FDA] must be, you know, adding great length to the process? We want people not to get sick.

“I don’t see why this should be delayed any longer,” the president said. “That’s a lot of lives you’re talking about. “

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 2:13 PM


The deep regrets of Mueller investigator Andrew Weissmann

For Indy voice, here’s the latest from Kim Sengupta on a man wanting the FBI to do more to continue the president’s ties to Russia.

The deep regrets of Mueller investigator Andrew Weissmann

“Did we give our all – did we use all available tools to uncover the truth, without being deterred by the onslaught of the president’s unique powers to undermine our efforts? I know the difficult answer to the simple question: we could have done more ‘

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 12:44


A New “Apocalyptic” Election: Could Trump Send Troops?

Voting rights advocates are pondering “apocalyptic” election scenarios, expecting contested election results and protracted legal battles over the postal ballot and voter intimidation.

This uncertainty – amid a pandemic, chaos within the U.S. Postal Service, and a renewed battle over the future of the U.S. Supreme Court – has prompted election analysts and legal scholars to brace for the worst. scenarios, made worse by threats from Donald Trump and his Republican. Allies to deploy active-duty military personnel on American streets while falsely accusing mail-in voting efforts of allowing widespread electoral fraud.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 12:34


What can we expect from the moderator of the first debate Chris Wallace?

Trump’s first confrontation with Biden takes place next Tuesday night in Cleveland, Ohio, and promises to be seismic.

The man responsible for supervising him is the Fox News dimanche host – one of the few independent voices in the right-wing network who have proven to be in no way afraid to challenge this boastful and intimidating president.

Oliver O’Connell a ce profil.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 11:57 AM


“Trump’s refusal to commit to the election result is his ultimate assault on American democracy”

For Indy voice, Chris Stevenson says this president has just climaxed.

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 11:25 AM


Mike Pompeo says China seeks to influence US states and local governments

Trump’s Secretary of State was yesterday in the battlefield state of Wisconsin and warned the State Capitol that China is aggressively trying to influence state and local governments, including through seemingly harmless agreements from sister cities.

“Telling the truth about China is not partisan,” Pompeo insisted, as the administration continues to deflect concerns about Russian interference in US democracy to Beijing, with whom it is engaged in a bitter trade war and on which she attempted to blame for the global spread of the “Wuhan virus”.

Pompeo also imposed sanctions on Chinese officials for human rights and other matters, including Hong Kong, Tibet and Taiwan, closed the Chinese consulate in Houston, Texas, and accused the country of spying.

Wisconsin Democratic Senator Chris Larson dismissed Pompeo’s appearance as a “campaign speech disguised as a foreign policy speech.”

Joe SommerladSeptember 24, 2020 11:24 AM


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