“Not in a personal sense, important in a sense that we are able to demonstrate at the end of this chaos that he’s created that there is a peaceful transfer of power with the competing parties standing there, shaking hands, and moving on.” … [Read more...] about Joe Biden Instructs Donald Trump: Inaugural Presence Important to U.S.
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During the debate, Trump brought up Hunter Biden and claimed he had been "thrown out of the military" for cocaine use. Trump Jr. went further in his interview with Beck, suggesting Biden's history with drugs could be a problem if his father becomes president. … [Read more...] about Lincoln Project Parody Video Shows Donald Trump Jr. As Tony Montana Taking Cocaine
After the chaotic first presidential showdown between Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Cleveland, Ohio, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that it will make rule changes for the remaining two scheduled debates to add "structure." … [Read more...] about Moderator Chris Wallace Says Donald Trump Could Keep Interrupting Even If They Cut His Microphone
"Joe Biden is too weak to lead this country," Trump said to a crowd at Duluth International Airport. "You know Biden lost badly when his supporters are saying he should cancel the rest of the debates. Now I understand he's canceling the rest of the debates. Let's see what happens. I think that's not gonna be a good move for him." … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Claims Joe Biden Wants to Cancel Remaining Debates—He Doesn’t
It's important to remember that electors are human beings who are chosen at state party conventions or by state party committees, often as a reward for their work on behalf of the party (the Constitution states that "no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States" should be appointed). Electors are expected to be loyal to the party's ticket, and while there is no federal law requiring them to follow the will of the people in their state, 33 states and the District of Columbia have laws requiring pledges from their electors and 14 states provide a means to replace an elector who attempts to vote contrary to expectations. The Supreme Court upheld these laws earlier this year in an attempt to reduce some uncertainty prior to this year's meeting of the Electoral College. And while so-called "faithless electors" are still possible, having studied electors for two decades, I expect we will see few, if any, appear when the Electoral … [Read more...] about Mike Pence is going to put the seal on Donald Trump’s defeat