2020-08-06@01:00:13 GMT
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    Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller on Sunday cleared up a major point of controversy regarding November's presidential election, noted the significance of Joe Biden's running mate, and rejected the notion of the campaign accepting foreign assistance. After President Trump suggested in a recent tweet that perhaps the election should be delayed due to coronavirus because mail-in voting could expose the election to fraud, senior adviser Jason Miller assured the American public in a "Fox News Sunday" interview that this will not happen. TRUMP CAMPAIGN TO RESUME TV ADS ON MONDAY WITH NEW TARGETS IN ITS SIGHTS "The election is going to be on November 3. President Trump wants the election on November 3," Miller said. Miller went on to say...
    Fox News’s Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceChris Wallace: Barr hearing 'an embarrassment' for Democrats: 'Just wanted to excoriate him' The Memo: Trump's real target is election's legitimacy Trump's too little, too late coronavirus pivot MORE pressed Jason Miller on Sunday about whether President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump nomination to be held in private: report Graham defends Trump on TikTok, backs Microsoft purchase Federal appeals court rejects Stormy Daniels libel case against Trump MORE's reelection campaign would accept foreign assistance in 2020, with the senior adviser ultimately declaring presumptive Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenCrump, attorney for George Floyd's family, endorses Harris for Biden VP pick Davis: My recommendation for vice president on Biden ticket Biden calls on Trump, Congress to enact an emergency housing program...
    (Bloomberg Opinion) — He did it again. Over the course of a long, nasty hearing in the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr was asked about the appropriateness of foreign interference in a U.S. election. His answer should send alarms ringing across the nation.  Barr had the following exchange with Representative David Cicilline, Democrat of Rhode Island: Cicilline: Is it ever appropriate, Sir, for the president to solicit or accept foreign assistance in an election? Barr: It depends what kind of assistance. Cicilline: Is it ever appropriate for the president or presidential candidate to accept or solicit foreign assistance of any kind in his or her election? Barr: No, it’s not appropriate. Cicilline no doubt repeated his question...
    Attorney General William BarrBill BarrRead: Attorney General William Barr's written testimony to the House Judiciary Committee Barr expected to blast Democrats for efforts to 'discredit' him in upcoming hearing OVERNIGHT ENERGY: National Guardsman says removing protesters from Lafayette Square was an 'unprovoked escalation' | EPA watchdog kicks off probe after agency slashed fuel efficiency regs | Trump offers new FERC nominees MORE changed course and stated that it is not appropriate for a presidential candidate to accept foreign assistance after he initially responded to a question from a Democratic congressman stating it “depends” on the assistance.  Rep. David CicillineDavid Nicola CicillineHillicon Valley: Google extending remote work policy through July 2021 | Intel community returns final Russia report to Senate committee...
    By Jeremy Herb | CNN The Senate will incorporate the annual intelligence policy legislation into the National Defense Authorization Act — but only after stripping language from the intelligence bill that would have required presidential campaigns to report offers of foreign election help. Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Tuesday that Senate Republicans forced the removal of the election reporting provision as a condition to include the intelligence bill on the must-pass defense policy legislation. Earlier this month, the Senate Intelligence Committee approved an amendment on an 8-7 vote from Warner and GOP Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, which added a provision to the Intelligence Authorization Act requiring campaigns to notify...