US Democrats, Biden, Ukraine and the Kremlin Proxy Battle – Details Revealed

Last week, there was a press conference in Ukraine pertaining to “New facts of the international corruption and external governance.” The event organizers were the non-factional Deputy Andrey Derkach and ex-head of the special group of prosecutors Konstantin Kulik. At the press conference, seven fragments of conversations were released between President Petro Poroshenko, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.

New Tapes Released of Biden and Poroshenko – Is it Time for New Democratic Presidential Candidate?

Ukrainian MP passed to the Prosecutor’s office materials about “Biden’s influence on Poroshenko.” The just released tapes are conversations between former US Vice President Joseph Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. People’s Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Derkach released audio materials that, according to him, may indicate the influence of Biden on the fifth President of Ukraine.

Coronavirus and Upcoming US Presidential Election Analysis

Due to the coronavirus, there are large numbers of unemployed in the West and the fall of GDP is starting to emerge. Despite all of these factors the fall US presidential race is heating up. At this time the candidate for US  President from the Democratic side is Joe Biden. However, the choices are not great on either side since the Democrats didn’t chose a dynamic younger candidate or Bernie Sanders, who has every chance of beating Trump.

Kremlin New Propaganda Campaign Blaming Deep State for Creation of Coronavirus – Is It US Election Meddling?

A new propaganda campaign by Russia is claiming that coronavirus was created by the Deep State to hinder the chances of President Donald Trump to be re-elected. It is not surprising that Russia continues its efforts to spread propaganda and meddle into US elections via social media. In the United States, the “deep state” is a conspiracy theory which suggests that collusion and cronyism exist within the US political system and constitute a hidden government within the legitimately elected government.

Trump Under Fire for “Inciting” Anti-Lockdown Protesters

US President Donald Trump has come under fire from Democratic governors for trying to incite citizens residing in their states that are protesting against current lockdown measures. Trump is looking to have the country reopen by May in order to save the economy. In supporting the protests, the president seems to be sticking to his “We Can’t Have the Cure Be Worse Than the Problem” mantra.

Coronavirus: Pelosi Accuses Trump of “Unnecessary Death, Economic Disaster”

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Speaker of the House of Representatives, accused President Donald Trump of having “caused unnecessary death and economic disaster” with how he handled the new coronavirus pandemic. In a letter sent to fellow party members, cited by Yahoo! News, the Democratic leader listed six points on which, in her opinion, was “the truth of what has put us in this position.”

New Poll Shows Trump and Biden in Near Tie

A new Washington Post – ABC News opinion poll shows Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden leading by two points, at 49 percent to 47 percent, ahead of US President Donald Trump. The percentage difference is well within the margin of error to indicate a tie. The news comes in the wake of another survey which revealed an uptick in Trump’s approval due to his handling of the current coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus: European and American Numbers Continue to Rise

US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he had spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping over the new coronavirus epidemic, stressing that he was somewhat dissatisfied with China. On the same day, after the governors of many states in the United States asked the federal government for more medical protective equipment, Trump announced that he would declare a state of emergency in New York, California, and Washington.

Biden Criticizes Trump’s handling of Coronavirus Epidemic

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump for his initial slow response to the coronavirus epidemic. On Thursday, the Democratic candidate took a swipe at his initial coronavirus remarks downplaying the seriousness of the virus. The presidential hopeful said that the president is trying to deflect blame by attempting to label the scourge the “Chinese Virus.”

Bernie Sanders Vows to Continue in Democratic Presidential Race

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) remains in the fight to become the Democratic presidential candidate despite a series of recent defeats by his chief opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden. “Donald Trump must be defeated, and I will do everything in my power to make that happen,” Sanders said at a news conference, stressing that he is looking forward to his upcoming debate with Biden.

Biden Wins Big in “Super Tuesday 2,” Becomes Likely Democratic Nominee

Former Vice President Joe Biden took a giant step toward the Democratic nomination for president Tuesday, with victories in at least four of the six states holding primaries on Tuesday. Namely, Michigan was especially important for Biden, and especially painful for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who won the state four years ago when he made his first attempt to be the Democratic party presidential candidate in 2016.

SC Primary: Biden Wins, Steyer Drops Out

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden won the the Democratic primary in South Carolina on Saturday, halting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) winning streak. The contest was also marked by the withdrawal of billionaire Tom Steyer from the Democratic presidential race. Biden managed to win about 60% of the African-American vote in the contest, and more than half of moderates, according to research by the Edison Research Institute.

Buttigieg, Klobuchar Leave Democratic Race in Blow to Bernie

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg confirmed last night during a speech in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana, that he is leaving the race to become the Democratic presidential candidate in the US election. The former mayor said he is stepping out of the primaries to “help unite our party and our country.” Analysts opine that Buttigieg’s decision may mean bad news for left-wing candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

Rivals Accuse Sanders of Russian Help Through Democratic Debate Din

Leftist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) came under attacks from his rivals as seven Democratic presidential candidates met on Wednesday night for the final televised debate ahead of many weeks of Democratic party primary elections. Sanders is so far in the lead as the Democratic Party’s front runner to challenge President Donald Trump in the US presidential election scheduled for November this year.

US Presidential Election 2020 – Sanders, Bloomberg, Trump – Who Does Russia Prefer?

The 2020 US election campaign is gaining momentum. Since the counting problems at the Iowa Caucuses (when the result could not be determined for more than a week), Bernie Sanders’ momentum has not slowed down. “Socialist” Bernie Sanders is accused of being a “Kremlin henchman.” Still his Democratic opponents from the right– Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg– have been fading.

Sanders Confirms, Condemns Russian Interference in His Campaign

Following a revelation by The Washington Post, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who so far leads the Democratic race for the US presidency, says he was informed by US intelligence services about Moscow’s alleged support for his campaign. The independent U.S. Senator noted that the services briefed him about Russian interference in the coming 2020 presidential elections, after the Washington Post newspaper reported on Moscow’s alleged support for his candidacy.