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    Of course, Trump claims hes worth $10 billion so Im sure Trump will be cutting his campaign a check to beat Bidens total, right? No? Whatever challenges Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden faces in the November elections, lagging voter enthusiasm doesnt appear to be one of them. The campaign just announced that they raised a whopping $141 million during the month of June, topping the already-shocking $131 million collected by Trump and Republicans. The campaign also said 2.6 million people...
    Officials who worked for former President George W. Bush have formed a super PAC supporting Joe Biden for president. Its the latest instance of old-guard Republicans uniting to not only oppose President Trump, but also actively support his Democratic rival in November. The group launched Wednesday under the name 43 Alumni for Biden, referencing Bushs status as the 43rd U.S. president. It will raise money to support Biden and says it also plans to launch video campaigns and get-out-the-vote efforts...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden, who is for all intents and purposes the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee for president in 2020, maintains a double-digit lead over incumbent President Donald Trump in the the latest Monmouth University poll. As Politico reported, the latest polling, released Thursday, shows Biden leading Trump by 12 percentage points, 53 percent to 41 percent among registered voters. When compared to the same polling agency’s results from the previous month, it appears as if Biden’s lead has...
    Public Policy Polling has a solid ‘B’ rating from FiveThirtyEight, with a slight mean-reverted bias of D+0.3. This means you should expect their results to be pretty accurate, if perhaps a tad optimistic for the Democrats. They’re not the best in the business, but they’re not partisan hacks either. Their poll out of Texas has Biden leading Trump 48 percent to 46 percent. They have Senator John Cornyn leading Democratic challenger MJ Hegar 42 percent to 35 percent, with a healthy 23 percent “unsure.”...
    A new poll indicates Democratic voters are most excited about the prospect of Kamala Harris being tapped as Joe Biden’s running mate, but are wary of Elizabeth Warren being chosen. And its white Democrats who Warren is struggling with: The USA Today/Suffolk University poll said of Democrats who found Warren “not acceptable as a choice, 23 percent of them are white voters, 19 percent of them are Hispanic voters and 13 percent of those are black voters. While 38 percent of Democrats...
    A survey released on Wednesday indicates that 41 percent of registered voters see former Vice President Joe Biden as “more liberal” than themselves. The survey, which was conducted by Politico and Morning Consult between June 26 and June 29, polled 1,984 registered voters nationwide. It shows that Biden, who has taken the lead over President Donald Trump nationally, is viewed by a plurality of voters as holding positions that may be considered out of the political mainstream. Overall, 41 percent of registered...
    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and the Democratic Party raised $141 million in June, a record high for the campaign, according to Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon. The haul, announced in a tweet from Dillon, exceeds the donations raised by President Donald Trump, who, according to Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, reportedly raised $131 million. June is the second month in a row that Democrats have out-raised Republicans, according to The New York Times. The report added that...
    WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden continues his double-digit lead over President Trump and is now significantly ahead with senior voters, according to a new Monmouth University poll released Thursday. The former veep has a 12-point lead over Trump nationwide, 53 percent to 41 percent, according to the survey of 733 registered voters taken at the end of June. Voters over the age of 65 were also far more likely to back Biden, 59 percent to 38 percent, giving...
    James Carville told MSNBC on Thursday that he believes theres a “significant chance” that President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on incentives to attack US troops MORE will drop out of the presidential race against presumptive Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden campaign raised M more than Trump in the month of June RNC, Trump campaign...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden (D) speaks about the Coronavirus and the response to it at the Hotel Du Pont in Wilmington, DE.Michael Brochstein | Barcroft Media | Getty Images WASHINGTON – In a sign that the 2020 presidential campaign is finally getting underway in earnest, former Vice President Joe Biden appeared on camera Thursday morning to offer an alternative picture of what President Donald Trump had, just hours before, called a spectacular and record setting jobs report.  Make no...
    Joe Biden reminded the American people on Thursday that the coronavirus pandemic is far from over and said the month’s positive jobs report does not compensate for the scale of the health crisis. “There is no victory to be celebrated,” the Democrat presidential candidate said on a livestream from his Delaware home. President Donald Trump trumpeted the job figures on Thursday, saying the 5 million new jobs showed the economy is “roaring back.” But with the unemployment rate still at...
    President Trump said Thursday that his defeat by Joe Biden could mean a “1929 situation” for the economy — as Biden blamed Trump for mass job losses during the coronavirus pandemic. The dueling campaign messages followed release of data showing the US economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, reducing unemployment to 11.1 percent, down from a peak of 14.7 percent in April. Trump said he’s doing an “incredible job” to revive the economy, while his Democratic rival — speaking...
    Jill Biden, the wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, told The View this week that her husband is a “moderate.” Oddly, that is a label that the former Vice President has rejected in the past. And today, Joe Biden is a “revolutionary.” Last April, shortly before he entered the race, reporters suggested that Biden was a “moderate” and not a “progressive.” He fired back: “For my whole career, I wish had been labeled in Delaware for the seven times I...
    Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden campaign raised M more than Trump in the month of June RNC, Trump campaign raised 1M in June Michigan shuts down most indoor bar service in bid to prevent virus resurgence MORE tore into President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on incentives to attack US troops MORE Thursday over...
    A prominent, right-leaning European politician is seemingly backing former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 White House bid. Donald Tusk — who was President of the European Council from 2014 to 2019 — took to Twitter on Thursday, declaring that he prays for Biden’s success in his upcoming battle with incumbent Donald Trump for the U.S. presidency. In his tweet, Tusk touted his belief in “the Republican ideals and greatness of America,” further stating that former president Ronald Reagan was his...
    President Trump is warning that if Democratic challenger Joe Biden is elected in November, the stock market will collapse and Americans financial investments “will drop down to nothing.” As he was touting the June unemployment report on Thursday morning, the president used a press briefing to highlight the rebound in the stock market after the coronavirus pandemic swept the nation in March. TRUMP TOUTS HISTORIC JUNE JOBS REPORT “In the second quarter, the Dow Jones increased 18 percent,” Trump stressed. “It’s the best in...
    President Donald Trump’s poll ratings continue to tank. I recently updated some of his state-by-state polls numbers, versus Joe Biden, which continue to show Joe Biden ahead in a growing number of swing states, including quite a few that didn’t used to be considered swing states. It seems likely that this has less to do with anything much that Biden is doing or saying, and more to do with a serious hemorrhage of confidence in Trump, reflected in a slow...
    2020 Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden is set to address the latest jobs report at 11:45 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday. According to the Biden campaign, Biden “will deliver remarks on the economic crisis and jobs report” in a virtual setting. HEADS UP: @JoeBiden will deliver remarks on today’s jobs report in 15 minutes. pic.twitter.com/enuqZgZah2 — Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) July 2, 2020 Watch live above via Joe Biden. Have a tip we should know?...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on incentives to attack US troops MORE’s reelection campaign has reserved television air time for next week in New Mexico, a traditionally blue state the campaign has identified as a potential expansion opportunity in 2020. The media tracking firm Medium Buying is reporting that the Trump campaign has reserved...
    Netflixs Reed Hastings.Ernesto S. Ruscio | Getty Images With four months to go until the 2020 elections, employees at tech companies are ramping up their political donations, and sending the vast majority of that money to Democrats. The tech industry has long leaned left, but President Donald Trumps policies on immigration and trade, coupled with his responses to the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide protests against police violence, have created an even wider partisan imbalance than in the past.  Tech employees...
    A new poll out of Texas shows that it could be a fierce battle this fall as both President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden fight to win the state in the 2020 presidential election. Trump won the state in 2016, but the latest numbers suggest that those 38 electoral votes may not be a given in the president’s quest to remain in office. The latest poll numbers come from The Texas Politics Project via the University of...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden edged out President Donald Trump in fundraising yet again in the month of June but both candidates reported record fundraising hauls as the 2020 presidential election begins to heat up. “Biden and the Democratic National Committee’s fundraising arm jointly raised more than $141 million in June, his campaign said Wednesday, its most in a single month,” USA Today reported Thursday. “The money includes boosts from President Barack Obama, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Sen. Kamala...
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden campaign raised M more than Trump in the month of June RNC, Trump campaign raised 1M in June Michigan shuts down most indoor bar service in bid to prevent virus resurgence MORE leads President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse panel approves 0.5B defense policy bill House panel votes against curtailing Insurrection Act powers after heated debate House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown, ask for assessment on incentives to attack US troops MORE by 12 points...
    Throughout the 2020 election campaign, members of the Far Left have branded Joe Biden “the ultimate centrist Democrat” and even “an imperial corporatist wrapped in the bloody flag of Charlottesville.” Jill Filipovic, writing in the Guardian, labeled him a “mediocre white guy” with “no vision other than a backward-looking one.” Anybody who takes even a passing glance at Biden’s proposals can see that these portrayals are wrong. On every major issue, Biden, the party’s presumptive nominee for president, has proposed...
    Despite the Trump campaign enjoying record-breaking fundraising in the second quarter, the Joe Biden campaign outraised President Donald Trump in June thanks to an injection of a jaw-dropping sum of money. Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale announced the latest fundraising haul, which he described as monumental. The Trump and RNC committees raised a record $131 million in June, more than any single month of 2016. Parscale added that the campaign raised a record-setting $266 million in the...