Bobulinski told host Tukcer Carlson moments earlier that he had met Joe Biden twice to discuss the family’s trade relations in China, calling the Democratic candidate a “blatant liar” for denying any connection to the family. Hunter Biden’s international network.
Trump used the interview as the main message to kick off his rally in Nebraska, which followed an earlier rally in Wisconsin where the president focused his attacks on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders.
At the first of three rallies in Michigan, Trump made his speech criticizing state governor Gretchen Whitmer and Ilhan Omar because first lady Melania Trump made a rare election appearance to call the president “good. heart ”.
If it was even the first lady at all. Ms Trump has faced new conspiracy theories that she uses a double body after a new image sparked a new round of speculation on social media.
Whether she is fake or real first lady, we can be sure that she “believes in science”, claiming during her speech that the Covid-19 vaccine will save millions of lives.
While scientists can be believed on a Covid-19 vaccine, the president says the media cannot be believed on the pandemic. Trump raged on Twitter over media coverage of the coronavirus, which has killed 226,000 Americans.
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Gino SpocchiaOctober 27, 2020 8:47 AM
Amy Coney Barrett Appointed To U.S. Supreme Court
Donald Trump hailed the appointment of Conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court after the Senate voted 52-48 to confirm it on Monday, saying in a White House celebration that it was a “Memorable day for America”.
Democrats angrily voiced their opposition to the controversial Republican nomination – which comes just a week before the November 3 presidential election – with candidate Joe Biden condemning the “hasty and unprecedented” move and popular Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren describing Ms Barrett’s confirmation process as “illegitimate” while pledging to “take back our democracy”.
Here is Griffin Connolly’s report on a decision that sees Coney Barrett replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg to become the ninth judge and only the fifth woman to sit on the nation’s highest court and tilts her conservative leanings at a six-to-three ratio.
Joe Sommerlad27 October 2020 09:30
“Mission accomplished”: Republicans applaud Coney Barrett’s victory
The White House may have removed its Halloween decorations to keep last night’s celebration from looking too absurd, but there were still plenty of ghouls on display as the GOP applauded a victory that came at an additional cost to its waning credibility, the party having violently opposed Barack Obama named Merrick Garland to court in 2016 as unthinkable in an election year, to do the same now.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham was content with himself on Fox, before asking for donations as he fights for his political life in South Carolina in his fight against Democrat Jaime Harrison.
The purple-handed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took to the same network to hail Coney Barrett as a “political asset,” which completely undermined his own words.
This, from the official GOP Twitter account, was particularly inappropriate.
Here is Eric Lewis for Indy voice on the disastrous consequences to come.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 09:43
Trump’s latest mail-in vote tweet censored by Twitter
Coney Barrett’s rise came as the social network censored the president’s latest attack on mail-in ballots, which he said were causing “big problems and discrepancies” without foundation or evidence.
More than 64 million ballots have already been cast before election day, in apparent defiance of the president’s alarmism.
At just seven days, Trump’s desperation becomes harder and harder to cover up.
While it is true that the polls were against him in 2016 as well, Biden is now four times ahead of Hillary Clinton at the same point last time and is 12 points ahead in Yahoo! News / YouGov.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 9:53 AM
“Real garbage”: President attacks Lincoln Project at rally in Pennsylvania
The president was campaigning yesterday in a crucial swing state he won in 2016 but which looks in serious jeopardy this time around – where Biden, from Scranton, has a home advantage.
Trump held three successive rallies in Allentown, Lititz and Martinsburg on Monday, serving up his usual stew of grievance against his myriad of media and political enemies – attacking everyone from Biden and Barack Obama to Nancy Pelosi, Kamala Harris, Savannah Guthrie and Lesley Stahl – and warning his audience, they had a choice of a ‘Trump boom or a Biden lockdown’.
The president denied Biden’s debate by warning that the coronavirus meant a “gloomy winter” was imminent, bluntly saying the United States was going to have a “great winter,” defended fossil fuel extraction and s MSNBC reporter Ali Velshi is mocked for being shot dead by police with rubber bullets while covering Black Lives Matter protests earlier this summer.
Other favorite themes he tackled included the wholly invented ‘war on Christmas’, the confinement of Hunter Biden, his boat parades in Florida, the media’s alleged obsession with the beauty of Obama and Abraham Lincoln, that he said that few people know to be a Republican (everyone knows that) and that he described as a man he has always “competed” against. Ha!
One of his most misleading statements was his insistence that he was doing “very well” in the state when the latest investigation by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Election Research Center found him down. 52-44 against his Democratic rival.
He still can’t get those pesky suburban women to play ball, it seems.
But perhaps his most vitriolic line has been his assault on Republican Never Trump, the Lincoln Project, which continues to attack him fiercely on Twitter, fighting fire with fire.
James Crump has this report.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 10:15 a.m.
Trump denounces 60 minutes interview which he came out of as a “vicious attack”
“Did you see this fake show last night – 60 minutes – I did a good job, ”the president told his supporters in Martinsburg yesterday.
“It was a very hostile hostile attack by a woman [who does] nothing. “
Lesley Stahl – who simply asked Trump if he was prepared to answer a few “tough questions” enough to put him in a spiral of fury and recriminations – was just one of many high profile women the president criticized during his rallies yesterday, before appealing in the same breath for the support of suburban housewives!
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 10:37 a.m.
Trump tweets before 7 a.m. to encourage people to change votes they’ve already cast
It might technically be possible in some states, but how does he know the research trends he identifies aren’t about Trump voters with a bad case of buyer’s remorse anyway?
He now warns of Biden plotting to stack the Supreme Court with additional justices in response to Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation and retweeting alt-right flotsum such as Ben Shaprio, Dan Bongino and Sebastian Gorka.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 11:02 AM
Joe Biden: “What’s wrong with this man?” “
The Democrat was also in Pennsylvania yesterday and asked Chester a question we’ve all been wondering about for the past four years.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 10:54 a.m.
Trump continues to tweet about Covid media coverage
As right-wing retweets rain, the president accuses the media of what he and Fox News did in the mid-term of 2018 when they conspired to shamelessly play the “migrant caravan” heading for the US-Mexico border in an attempt to scare. Republican votes before immediately dropping the subject a day after the vote.
The difference here is that the coronavirus is a real threat to American security.
His latest tweet reads simply as frustration at not being able to bend the media narrative to his advantage – or jealousy that the virus is getting more press than he is.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 11:39 a.m.
Michael Bloomberg funds last-minute Biden ad blitz in Texas and Ohio
The former New York mayor continues to fund his former rival for the Democratic nomination and, according to Le New York Times, is helping to pay for increased TV spending in two Red States that the campaign increasingly believes it can earn, after spotting vulnerabilities through private polls.
Much of Bloomberg’s money has been directed to Florida so far.
Joe SommerladOctober 27, 2020 11:18 a.m.