Donald Trump lashes out at 'stupid' Republican senators after public attacks on president
Donald Trump has lashed out at Republican senators distancing themselves from him as the party’s tensions were laid bare in public with election day now just two weeks away. The US president appeared to dub Republican critics “stupid” at a rally on Sunday after a slew of the party’s congressmen publicly expressed displeasure with aspects of Mr Trump's leadership.Republican SenatorsElection DayUnited StatesPresidentRepublicansRepublican AttacksStupid PeopleFort Worth Star-TelegramRepublican CriticsMr TrumpMr CornynPolitical StrategistsTight Re-election BattlesDictatorsRallyDonald TrumpBen SasseBob CorkerJohn CornynJeff FlakeJoe BidenAnthony FauciRead Full Story
Trump mocks virus as he launches potential superspreader sprint to win reelection
(CNN) — Donald Trump on Monday launched a three-week quest to save his presidency, behaving as though the pandemic that has killed 215,000 Americans was already a memory in front of a packed-in crowd -- even amid chilling new warnings about the resurgent virus. In his first rally since his...Mitch McConnellRepublicanCoronavirus Disease 2019Social DistancingElection DayPandemicDemocratic Party (United States)Patient Protection And Affordable Care ActUnited States Senate Committee On The JudiciaryTrump CampaignPresidential CampaignGOP PollsPresidential PollsCapitol HillTrump 's Supreme CourtDonald TrumpJoe BidenMitch McconnellAnthony FauciHillary ClintonJake TapperLindsey GrahamErin BurnettJaime HarrisonJoni ErnstEzekiel EmanuelAmy Coney BarrettRead Full Story
Do voters care about Trump taxes?
US election 2020: Do voters care about Trump taxes?. The revelations about President Donald Trump's taxes have been described as a jolt to the US election campaign that could reshape the race. But what do voters think?.
Chris Wallace's framing on 'race and violence' debate topic is wrong on so many levels
(CNN) — Chris Wallace has the well-deserved reputation of a hard-hitting and fair journalist. He is one of the few at Fox News willing to bring as much heat to President Donald Trump as he is to any Democrat or progres
POLITICO Playbook: Biden lays out his agenda
THERE ARE 10 DAYS until Election Day. 88 DAYS until Inauguration Day. Covid relief remains undone (NYT's Emily Cochrane on that). Both candidates will cross America over the next week. BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT CONVERSATION happened on 'POD SAVE AMERICA,' where JOE BIDEN laid out his first term priorities in...Read Full Story Coronavirus Disease 2019United StatesPoliticoGOP PoliticsRepublican PoliticsTrump PoliticsWarnerMediaDCCCCNNABCTampa Bay TimesRNCWPA IntelligenceBIDENSPensacola News JournalJoe BidenDonald TrumpBarack ObamaHillary ClintonMike PenceJill BidenHunter BidenIvanka TrumpJeff ZuckerSherrod BrownKamala HarrisAmy WalterHannah LloydEmanuel CleaverJon LovettMark MeadowsTamala EdwardsBen ShenkmanTony PodestaEric SchmittMatt WuerkerDavid PlotzJaffar KhanRonna McdanielMike RoundsJosé E. SerranoSeth MoultonScott GottliebMichelle Lujan GrishamJeff MerkleyJon Bon JoviYamiche AlcindorJonathan SwanTom BossertJessica MillerRoman AbramovichCarl CannonDenver RigglemanKitty DukakisSanjay GuptaAlexandria Ocasio CortezCedric RichmondDavid FahrentholdChris ChristieKeisha Lance BottomsJulia IoffeMarc LotterJohn MccainChris TuckAsa HutchinsonMary BonoJennifer AshtonJoe ParisiKweisi MfumeDana MilbankHelene CooperRuth BarrettCarlton ForbesBrad ShermanMatthew DowdJacqueline WilliamsTed JohnsonAshley ParkerGaggan AnandNancy PelosiGreta Van SusterenGretchen WhitmerO. HenryCorey LewandowskiJames Barbour
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Senate Democratic hopefuls are raising serious cash. They're also spending it.
Democratic Senate hopeful Jaime Harrison of South Carolina raised $57 million between July and September. Sara Gideon in Maine raised more than $39 million in that same period. And Mark Kelly in Arizona brought in $38.7 million. These eye-popping numbers shattered the previous record for fundraising, Beto O'Rourke's $38 million cash haul in the third quarter of 2018. Now the Democrats are spending that money in the face of massive Republican super PAC funds, report CBS News political unit associate producers Sarah Ewall-Wice and Eleanor Watson. And it's left many Republican candidates with more cash on hand than the Democrats in the final weeks of the race. In South Carolina, where the Senate race is unexpectedly tight, Harrison's $57 million in three months was more than double what Republican incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham raised with $28 million, a state record for a Republican. Records show from July through September, Harrison spent more than $55 million. According to his October FEC filing, Harrison paid AL Media LLC more than $42 million over three months for TV, radio and digital advertising. He also spent another $6.5 million for digital advertising and services to Mothership Strategies, and $2 million to Blueprint Strategy LLC for radio and billboard advertising. $641,000 went to 'direct mailing services.' That amounts to more than $51 million spent on ads and direct mail alone. But after being outraised roughly 2 to 1, Graham's operating expenses covered about half of what he raised, $26.5 million and another $1.75 million was transferred to the state Republican party. In their pre-general election filings, Harrison raised another $22 million in just 14 days from October 1 through 14, but ended the period with just $3.5 million cash on hand. Graham raised less than half of that but had $7.3 million as of October 14.Read Full Story Democratic SenateBeto O'RourkeSouth CarolinaCBS NewsMaineIndianaRepublicansGOP VotersThe SenateCongressPAC ATTACK Pro-BidenRNCDFL -RRB- PartyMothership StrategiesTexas Supreme CourtJaime HarrisonBeto O'rourkeDonald TrumpJoe BidenMark KellyLindsey GrahamMitch McconnellDebra ToddKendra HornJocelyn BensonGina Ortiz JonesBill StepienSara GideonBernie SandersAdamKathy BoockvarJim HagedornTina SmithDan FeehanMike PenceStephanie BiceGreg AbbottKaren PenceWill HurdAmy Klobuchar
Trump to hold back-to-back rallies in crucial Midwest states
The Washington Post is providing live election updates free to all readers. Get more election news delivered to your inbox by signing up for The Trailer newsletter. President Trump will travels to the Midwest on Saturday for back-to-back evening rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin, two states he won by a hair in 2016 in surprise upsets. Neither side is taking those states for granted this time.WisconsinMidwestWhite HouseThe Washington PostRepublican PollsPresidential PollsSouth Carolina PollsTrump CampaignNational PollsRNCMSNBCU.S. Postal ServicePriorities USAFoxNielsenDonald TrumpJoe BidenMike PenceKamala HarrisBarack ObamaHillary ClintonAmy KlobucharJoy ReidMitch McconnellRonna McdanielDavid PerdueScott BrownJon OssoffAmy Coney BarrettRead Full Story
Felon voting rights leader won't be 'bullied' — DeSantis flings open Florida ahead of election — Trump picks Barrett over Lagoa — Panhandle wonders why help isn't coming
Hello and welcome to Monday. The daily rundown — Between Saturday and Sunday, the number of Florida coronavirus cases increased by 1,882 (nearly 0.3 percent), to 700,564: total hospitalizations went up 64 (0.1 percent)
Trump looking for 11th-hour reset but mostly shuns debate prep
(CNN) — Clubby reinforcements have been summoned. A stack of flashcards -- question on front, response on back -- is at the ready. A binder has been dutifully collated. Whether any of that helps President Donald Trump
POLITICO Playbook: Trump will introduce ACB for RBG’s seat
HAPPY SATURDAY. ONE WEEK AND ONE DAY AGO, RUTH BADER GINSBURG died. NOW, WE ARE 38 DAYS from Election Day, and at 5 p.m. today, President DONALD TRUMP will introduce AMY CONEY BARRETT as his nominee for the Supreme Court