Joe Biden, now the dominant front-runner in the Democratic presidential primary, has continued to have trouble speaking, maintaining a clear line of thought, and forming a coherent sentence. Over the past weeks Biden’s gaffes have gotten to the point where many are now weary if he has the capacity to stand on the stage with Trump, much less be the Commander-in-Chief.
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.
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.
Now that the Democratic presidential field has been narrowed down to two candidates, it’s worth taking a more direct look into the candidates’ proposals. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, a self-described Democratic-Socialist, has proposed highly progressive tax reforms in order to alleviate income inequality and pay for his extensive social programs.
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.”
Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden won the primary elections held on Tuesday in the states of Florida, Illinois, and Arizona, broadening his advantage over his closest rival, Bernie Sanders, to face Republican President Donald Trump in the November US presidential elections.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the winner of last week’s Democratic presidential election in Washington. In doing so, he beat his rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in five of the six states that went to the polls on March 10. After nearly a week of counting, Biden retained a small lead over Sanders.
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.
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.
New York billionaire and former Mayor Mike Bloomberg threw in the towel for the Democratic Party’s nomination in this year’s United States presidential election after his disastrous performance in the Super Tuesday primaries. In making his decision official, Bloomberg also announced his support for former Vice President Joe Biden.
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.
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).
Former Vice President Joe Biden is optimistic of winning the South Carolina primary today, and hopes it will put him back on track to the Democratic presidential nomination. He currently trails Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), but hopes to overtake him, eventually. The polls close in South Carolina at 7 PM Eastern.
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.
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.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has won the Nevada presidential primary elections. The Vermont Senator leads the popular vote by 16 percentage points. U.S. President Donald Trump has congratulated Sanders for the win while adding that his team will have a lot of winning to do to win the main elections.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) won Nevada’s Democratic presidential caucuses on Saturday, several media outlets reported. One of the first to congratulate Sanders on the victory was none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump. “Looks like Crazy Bernie is doing well in the Great State of Nevada,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
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.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Saturday harshly criticized his rival in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination race, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. He even went ahead to predict that Bloomberg, one of the world’s richest men, will not be able to generate the enthusiasm and energy for his election campaign needed to beat the incumbent, President Donald Trump.
On Thursday, the United States Senate passed a resolution which limits the powers of the White House to launch a military operation against Iran after weeks of war tensions between the two countries. However, since the bill did not attain the two-thirds majority support in the Senate, as only eight Republican senators supported it, President Donald Trump will be able to veto the resolution should it pass through the House of Representatives.
Jews are in the news not only in World news but also in American politics. The elections in America are scheduled for November 2020 with President Trump running against a Democratic candidate who may be from his Jewish liberal opponents. One of these candidates may be Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of NY and successful businessman. Charles Schumer another important Jew in American politics has not showed interest in running for President but he is still young and may sometime become a Democratic Presidential candidate.
In the impeachment trials of President Trump was revealed Jews in leadership positions in America primarily democrats who were against President Trump to the point of even wanting to impeach him. Finally they have been defeated. President Trump in wonder could not understand why Jews do not love the State of Israel and their land.
President Trump has done more than any other President for Israel. He recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. He recognized annexation of the Golan. He cancelled a very dangerous nuclear treaty with Iran who preaches the destruction of Israel. He has recently revealed the Deal of the Century which will give Israel the right of annexation of portions of Judah and Samaria and even the Jordan Valley. Besides support for Israel, President Trump has fought against Anti-Semitism in Universities a great problem for Jewish youth in America. President Trump has supported religious freedom for all faiths and has recognized religion as an important part of America.
Democrats, acting as prosecutors in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, have asked Senators to do their duty and convict Donald Trump in a final attempt to remove him from office. This seems doomed to fail. “In America, nobody is above the law, even those elected President of the United States,” declared one of these Democratic prosecutors, Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO), to the 100 Senators charged with trying President Trump.
In the final stretch of the Senate trial of US President Donald Trump, it is less and less likely that the Democratic opposition will be able to approve the summons of witnesses to testify against the Republican. After the conclusion of the questioning stage of the senators for the prosecution and defense, one of the Republican senators who had been courted by the Democrats, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), announced on Thursday that he will vote against the call of witnesses.
February mean’s Valentine’s Day and thoughts of love. My first experience with Valentine’s Day was when I was six and in the first grade. I got a beautiful gold valentine from a boy in my class that I have never forgotten, although I have never seen him since elementary school. It made me realize how important are our early years in determining our feelings and our thoughts and ultimately our lives. I hope Valentine’s Day will be a special one for you. If you don’t have a special someone in your life than be sure to celebrate Valentine’s day by giving yourself a Valentine’s Day treat in honor of the universal power of love.
After three days of Democrats presenting their case against President Trump in the impeachment trial, Donald Trump’s lawyers began their defense on Saturday, warning against the temptation to overturn the result of the 2016 election “without the slightest evidence.” Pat Cipollone, a lawyer for the White House, argued, “we believe when you hear the facts, and that’s what we intend to cover today, the facts, you will find the president did absolutely nothing wrong.”
On Wednesday, Democrats began presenting their initial allegations at the Senate trial of Donald Trump, a day after a contentious session to set the rules for the process. The Republicans are the majority in the US Senate, and going by their vivid unity and loyalty to their party and president, it is clear that President Trump will likely be acquitted.
The United States Senate early Wednesday morning, after 13 hours of debate, set the rules for the impeachment trial of American President Donald Trump. The Republican majority rejected all attempts by Democrats to call new witnesses against the president. The trial resumed this afternoon, local time.
Attorneys for US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that the impeachment case opened against him by the Democratic opposition is a “brazen and unlawful” attempt to try to overturn the 2016 election and interfere in this year’s November elections. The president’s lawyers, Jay Sekulow and Pat Cipollone issued the warning in a seven-page document to respond to the Senate notification that the trial of Trump’s impeachment process will begin on Tuesday.
The impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald J. Trump began in the Senate with a solemn reading of the allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger opened the third presidential impeachment trial in American history with a warning to the 100 senators.
Since the earliest days of the Obama administration, the (left) Democrats have been moving to establish a Socialist Democracy in the United States. Let’s face it, Obama wore many hats.
Iran is a Socialist country and its powers-to-be are constantly and consistently oppressing its people. It’s easily seen by the number of protestors in the streets of Iran over the last few days that have been crying out for the removal of the Iranian leadership. Those people know that a Socialist country is not a good thing. It’s no secret that Obama paid Iran billions of dollars in bribe money. It could have been tracked to if it were electronically transferred to Iran. Cash only lets them spend it wherever and with whomever, and with no oversight or future explanation of what it was spent on. One thing is certain, they didn’t spend it on the people of Iran.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced Monday that he had abandoned his aspirations to be a candidate for the Democratic Party to face Donald Trump in the US presidential elections to be held in November this year. Through a statement, the Democrat made public his decision, in which he said it was not something simple.
President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign team said it would launch a 60-second election advertisement during the Super Bowl, the professional football championship final, to be held on February 2nd in Miami, Florida. The move, which is expected to cost the Republican at least $10 million, was a response to billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who is also buying a Super Bowl ad.
John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser, says he is prepared to testify if the Senate summons him in their impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Democrats believe Bolton has direct information to support their allegations of abuse of power by the president. Trump dismissed John Bolton from the post of national security adviser last September. The US president said Bolton had made mistakes in his analyzes of North Korea.
Iran’s Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani has been killed in a drone strike at the Baghdad Airport. The strike was carried out by the US and was ordered by President Donald Trump. Soleimani was a powerful Iranian General and a veteran of the Syrian War. Soleimani led the work of Iranian military advisers in Iraq, and also led the Quds organization, which is responsible for military and intelligence and sabotage activities outside of Iran itself. The force reports directly to the supreme leader of The Republic of Iran, Ali Khamenei.
It’s another sign of the times we live in today here in the good ole USA; ready for war? With the conservative Republicans and even liberal Democrats wanting to retain their constitutional right to “keep and bear arms,” we are faced with yet another, more serious confrontation between the far left socialists, and anyone that wants to keep and preserve their rights.
People want to blame President Trump for the constant anti-Semitic attacks on Jews like the attack in Jersey City and the attack in Monsey. For sure during the four year term of President Trump has risen the amount of hate crimes. Blaming President Trump for these crimes contradicts the truth. More than any other President of America President Trump fights against hate crimes.
The United States House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday, after seven hours of debate. The move, therefore, makes Donald Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached by the House. The others were Andrew Johnson, in 1868, and Bill Clinton, in 1998. Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 before the vote.
Ahead of the House vote on his impeachment, which is set to take place today, President Donald Trump sent an angry letter yesterday to the Speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). He feels he is being subjected to unfair treatment. The Democrats, in Trump’s view, are waging an “open war on American democracy” by launching impeachment proceedings against him.
With just a few weeks to the start of the US Democratic Party’s primary election, and less than a year to the 2020 US presidential election, former President Barack Obama has not yet officially declared his support for any of his Democratic Party’s candidates. On Monday, however, he made a statement that could as well be interpreted as a criticism of the top names in the two US biggest parties, Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
As I and the rest of America watched the Democratic Party for the last three years. How can anyone not see the hatred these people have for our President? Donald Trump may put his foot in his mouth sometimes, but take your eyes off what the jealousy of the Democrats are accusing him of and see what he is doing for this country as they attack and harass him.
The US House Judiciary Committee approved two articles of impeachment against President Trump on Friday, alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. In total, 23 members— all Democrats— voted in favor, and 17 members— all Republicans— voted against.
Democratic Party leaders in Congress released the first formal articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump on Tuesday. Trump will be charged with obstruction of Congress, for trying to prevent investigations, and abuse of power, for putting his personal interest in the 2020 elections above the national interest and national security.
Some 4,000 people attended the Diplomat Beach Resort Ballroom on Saturday night at a function of the Israeli American Council. President Trump was invited as the keynote guest speaker at the function. Also at the event was Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino giant who introduced President Trump. Adelson is one of the largest donors to the IAC and a supporter of President Trump financially and emotionally.
United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced Thursday that the House already has enough material to begin the drafting of the final report on the impeachment process of US President Donald Trump. “The president’s actions are a profound violation of the public trust,” said Pelosi. “His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our Constitution,” she added, and concluded that “today, I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment.”
The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee delivered its final report on Tuesday seeking the impeachment of President Donald Trump. He is accused of abusing his position as the US president by requesting foreign interference in the nation’s presidential election scheduled for next year.
What would make a Political Analyst leave their long chosen Democratic Party and give allegiance to the Republican party? Good question.
Michael Clark, the Analyst spoken of here, gave a very good reason, and after a brief phone conversation, he sent the following email message containing these remarks. Mr. Clark, until just days ago was a Democrat and cast his votes to the Democratic party. He is also a Journalist and Contributor to various news outlets, and a well respected Christian Minister. Here are some of his reasons for switching his allegiance to the Republican party and some very interesting truths about the Democratic Party, from the Obama Administration to the present day.
US President Donald Trump and his lawyers will not attend the first public hearing on impeachment to which they have been invited by the House of Representatives, the White House confirmed on Sunday. After two months of investigations, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee begins on Wednesday the legal debate to determine if the allegations against the president are serious enough to justify the opening of a political trial.
BET co-founder Robert Louis Johnson sees U.S. President Donald Trump winning the 2020 elections, despite several polls indicating that current leading Democratic candidates beat him in a hypothetical race. The surveys show Trump trailing Democratic candidates, such as former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).