When Texas went to the polls on Tuesday, Donald Trump was tied with Joe Biden in pre-presidential-election surveys. That is not just amazing, but almost unprecedented: Democrats have won Texas just three times since 1964,
Share markets and the dollar whipsawed while bonds gained on Wednesday as results from the US presidential election proved far closer than polls had predicted, potentially leaving the outcome in doubt for days or even weeks.
According to a senior member of Trump’s 2016 transition team, the president would be in a “‘good position to run again in 2024”
In Florida, it was a death foretold for Democrats. The biggest swing state went for Donald Trump by more than three points relatively early on Tuesday night. Some in the party were shocked; others, less so.
Given the US presidential election is a fight to choose the “most powerful man on earth,” it would be great if everyone on earth had a vote. That way, the Biden landslide that many were hoping for – including, I suspect,
After unsubstantiated rumors that votes for the Republican president were deliberately not being counted, dozens of angry supporters of US President armed with rifles and handguns, gathered outside an election centre in Arizona.
World tech stocks and bond markets extended their blistering rally on Thursday as Democrat Joe Biden inched closer to winning the White House and Britain’s central bank became the latest to say it will pump out more stimulus.
Donald Trump said on the campaign that he wants a “smooth, beautiful transition” after Election Day, but he offered an ambiguous follow-up caveat: “But it’s got to be an honest vote.”
A battleground state where US President Donald Trump won in 2016 is crucial as he woos voters in Pennsylvania on Monday (“Brash and pugnacious,” Nov.1, 2020, Gulf today).