Maybe it’s all Senator Lindsey Graham’s fault. “It was Lindsey Graham who helped convince Donald Trump to talk to Bob Woodward,” Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson told his TV audience Wednesday night.
As the federal official in charge of Medicare and Medicaid, Seema Verma has made it her business to undermine those important public programmes at almost every turn.
Democrats around Joe Biden are angling to provide alternatives to Kamala Harris as his running mate, long seen as the front-runner for the post, as his vice presidential selection process enters its final stage.
Joe Biden has pledged to announce his long-awaited pick for running mate by the end of next week. During a press conference on Tuesday, the former VP said, “I’m going to have a choice in the first week in August,” promising to let reporters “know when I do.”
It’s fitting that California, arguably the nation’s most diverse state, would produce the first woman of colour to be placed on a major party presidential ticket.
It’s not a good sign when the best part of a presidential debate is happening off-screen, but given the absolute dumpster fire that was the first showdown between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, it’s also not surprising.
My 2020 presidential ballot came in the mail recently. I plucked it from the mailbox and held it nervously, the way you might hold a fragile heirloom or a baby or a bomb. So much power in such a small package. Handle with care.
American politics is increasingly about dueling geographies. Democrats have become the party of the nation’s cities, while the Republican Party finds its base in rural, small town and low-density exurban America,
Donald Trump’s coronavirus infection sent presidential betting markets into a tizzy, shutting them down for a while. Joe Biden has consolidated his position at their head since their reopening.