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    A Thursday report from The Daily Beast claims that Donald Trump is angry with Attorney General William Barr for not sufficiently using the Department of Justice to help him as Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden continues to draw closer to victory. According to the report, Trump and his team believe that Barr’s DOJ is “insufficiently subservient.” “Why isn’t [DOJ] on this?” the president allegedly asked. John Dowd, an informal legal adviser for Trump who represented him during the Mueller probe, allegedly said that he hopes Barr’s Justice Department intervenes in the election. The Daily Beast report comes amid the Trump campaign’s legal battle to stop vote counting in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania amid close races in each region. Although Barr has yet to swoop in, the publication suggested that tit’s still a possibility. “Some Justice Department officials, particularly those who consider Attorney General Bill Barr little more than a Trumpist...
    Former ESPN and MSNBC host Keith Olbermann called for the arrests of Tucker Carlson and President Donald Trump on Twitter. Olbermann tweeted Thursday evening that “It is necessary to remove, and arrest, the president of the United States. Tonight.”  It is necessary to remove, and arrest, the president of the United States. Tonight. — Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 6, 2020 In a tweet roughly an hour later, Olbermann also called for Carlson’s arrest in response to a tweet claiming Carlson said during his show that “Trump’s supporters own 60-70% of the guns & they could take to the streets blood ‘would flow.’” “Again, this is an overt and unmistakable call for widespread violence and requires the arrest of @TuckerCalrson,” Olbermann tweeted. Again, this is an overt and unmistakable call for widespread violence and requires the arrest of @TuckerCarlson https://t.co/h5Y5fnClwC — Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 6, 2020 Olbermann doubled...
    As the election draws to a close and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden remains ahead, Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to call for “total war” over the results, which he suggested were manipulated. “The best thing for America’s future is for @realDonaldTrump to go to total war over this election to expose all of the fraud, cheating, dead/no longer in state voters, that has been going on for far too long,” he tweeted. “It’s time to clean up this mess & stop looking like a banana republic!” As reported by The New York Post, the tweet was quickly flagged by Twitter for violation is “Civic integrity policy,” which says that the platform must not be used for the interference of manipulation of elections and other civic processes. Trump Jr.’s tweet appears to have fallen under the platform’s policy against “misleading information about outcomes.” “We will label or remove false...
    The View host Sunny Hostin on Thursday slammed the 69 million 'un-American' voters who backed 'racist, homophobic and misogynistic' Donald Trump.  Hostin was talking to Whoopi Goldberg when she called their actions 'despicable'.  Election officials in key battlegrounds pressed forward Thursday with presidential vote counting as Democrat Joe Biden urged patience and President Donald Trump insisted the processing of ballots should be stopped.  Hostin said '50 per cent of America looked the other way' when voting for the president.  She said: 'For the past four years, this president has shown us that he is a misogynist, that he is homophobic, that he is racist and that he mismanaged a coronavirus pandemic to the tune of 250,000 American deaths. 'Yet 50 per cent of America saw all of that and looked the other way to their brothers and their sisters and said, 'I'm going to vote for him anyway.'' Sunny Hostin was...
    Savannah Rychcik November 5, 2020 0 Comments  President Donald Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. and his other adult son, Eric Trump, are taking aim at “2024 GOP hopefuls” for failing to support their father amid what they believe is voter fraud. “The total lack of action from virtually all of the ‘2024 GOP hopefuls’ is pretty amazing. They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to fight but they will cower to the media mob instead. Don’t worry [Donald Trump] will fight & they can watch as usual!” Donald Trump Jr. wrote. He added, “One notable exception seems to be Ron DeSantis right now. He has been active and vocal. Also Josh Hawley.” The total lack of action from virtually all of the “2024 GOP hopefuls” is pretty amazing. They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to...
    US Elections 2020 has everyone sitting with bated breath. The tough competition between Democrats’ Joe Biden and Republicans’ Donald Trump is making everyone anxious to a great extent. Amongst the frenzy, many Hollywood celebrities like Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Kanye West, Lady Gaga shared pictures of them after they had cast their vote. Kim Kardashian also shared a picture after voting, only for theories to surface that she has voted for Donald Trump. Kim Kardashian West Meets US President Donald Trump to Discuss Prison Reform Policies. It so happened that Kim posted a picture with a sticker on her finger that read, “I Voted”. She wore a red dress in the picture which led to the speculations of her voting for Trump. Fans flooded her post with theories around how the red dress indicated support from Trump. Seeing the increasing buzz around it, Kim decided to remove the post and...
    In an incandescently angry tweet on Thursday evening, the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., urged the president to “go to total war” to fight what are, in fact, baseless claims of widespread voter fraud. Twitter immediately flagged the post for its incendiary, implied call for violence, which came amid two days of post-Election Day protests by Trump supporters — some of them armed — at ballot counting sites in Michigan and Arizona. “The best thing for America’s future is for @realDonaldTrump to go to total war over his election to expose all of the fraud, cheating, dead/no longer in state voters, that has been going on for far too long,” Trump Jr. wrote. “It’s time to clean up this mess and stop looking like a banana republic!” In fact, the ballot counting across the country has been remarkably smooth and free from incidents or actual controversy. Two...
    President Donald Trump's campaign launched a furious attack on the head of Fox News Channel's Decision Desk, Arnon Mishkin, demanding that he 'rescind' his call that Joe Biden won Arizona because he donated to Democrats.  'Why would Mishkin put his finger on the scale for Joe Biden before so many votes are counted?' asked an email Trump's campaign sent to reporters mid-day Thursday. 'Mishkin is a registered Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, worked as a Democrat political consultant, and has a long record of donating to Democrats, including the 2008 Obama-Biden campaign.'  It was Mishkin's 11:20 p.m. call on Election Day, putting Arizona in Biden's corner, that was the first symbolic defeat for Trump.   President Donald Trump's campaign has gone after Fox New Channel's Decision Desk head Arnon Mishkin (right) over his call of Arizona for Democrat Joe Biden, pointing to past political donations he made to...
    A panicked Donald Trump Jr. on Thursday fired off a tweet calling for his dad to wage “total war over the election” — while parroting the same baseless allegations of voter fraud that his father has used to explain away his dwindling hopes of staying in the White House. Twitter quickly hid the message from view for spreading false information about the election. Trump Jr., who has a long history of using Twitter to fuel conspiracy theories, hit the send button amid a flurry of desperation lawsuits filed by his father’s campaign to turn the election — including one in Pennsylvania that sought to stop vote counting. “The best thing for America’s future is for @realDonaldTrump to go to total war over this election to expose all of the fraud, cheating, dead/no longer in state voters, that has been going on for far too long,” Trump Jr. wrote, repeating several...
    IF he has time between afternoon naps and avoiding civil war on the streets of divided America, Joe Biden might find a moment to think about Brexit Britain. There is no reason to believe the likely new President’s close-run victory is good news for the UK. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the very latest on the 2020 race to the White House 5There's no reason to believe Joe Biden's close-run victory would be good news for the UKCredit: AFP or licensors His inauguration will shift our long-running special relationship with the world’s greatest superpower from a warm bath to a cold shower. Boris Johnson is wrongly identified by Team Biden as a slavish ally of detested Donald Trump — and the Covid crisis has swallowed vital time to amend that impression. This leaves our PM cast in Washington as a political wrecking ball, smashing the battlements of...
    President Donald Trump overwhelmingly won the bellwether New Mexico county that has predicted every presidential election since 1952. Ever since Dwight D. Eisenhower won the presidency in 1952, Valencia County, New Mexico has predicted the outcome of the presidential election, according to Politico. As of Thursday afternoon, President Donald Trump led Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by 10 percentage points with more than 98% of Valencia County’s vote tallied, election data compiled by The New York Times showed. “Well, it’s my job to know these things,” Valencia County clerk Peggy Carabajal told Politico. “But to be honest, even I didn’t know until someone called it to my attention earlier this year.” (RELATED: Pennsylvania Judge Hands Trump A Win In Election Lawsuit — Will Allow Campaign Officials To Observe Ballot Counting) President Donald Trump speaks during election night in the East Room of the White House early Wednesday. (Mandel Ngan/AFP via...
    Getty Donald Trump Jr. tosses campaign hats to the crowd before his father, U.s. President Donald Trump arrives on stage to announce his candidacy for a second presidential term at the Amway Center on June 18, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, tweeted out his anger at fellow Republicans for not vocally supporting his father as he sues for election fraud in multiple key swing states during the 2020 presidential election. Trump Jr. tweeted, “The total lack of action from virtually all of the ‘2024 GOP hopefuls’ is pretty amazing. They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to fight but they will cower to the media mob instead. Don’t worry @realDonaldTrump will fight & they can watch as usual!” The only person receiving praise from Trump Jr. was Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida. He...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the 2020 presidential election to local Southern California races, ABC7 has you covered with the latest results and live updates.FULL LIST OF ELECTION RESULTS: Live local, state and presidential election results Watch election coverage streaming on ABC7.com as well as our mobile and connected TV apps for Roku, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV.Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on your iPhone or Android device and opt into push notifications to get the latest updates on the 2020 election.LIVE UPDATESNOV. 510:30 a.m.A Michigan judge has dismissed a lawsuit by President Donald Trump's campaign in a dispute over whether Republican challengers had access to the handling of absentee ballots.9:50 a.m.Joe Biden's lead over Donald Trump slightly increased in Nevada. The state's race remains tight as vote-counting continues.9:40 a.m.In Pennsylvania, the Trump campaign scored a legal victory after the commonwealth court ruled that Republican observers would be allowed...
    Scott Olson/Getty Images Donald Trump Jr. isn’t holding back; instead, he is calling out fellow Republicans and “2024 GOP hopefuls” for their lack of action in standing up to what he believes to be rampant ballot fraud being committed in key swing states to prevent his father from being re-elected. “The total lack of action from virtually all of the ‘2024 GOP hopefuls’ is pretty amazing,” the president’s son tweeted. “They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to fight, but they will cower to the media mob instead.” The total lack of action from virtually all of the “2024 GOP hopefuls” is pretty amazing. They have a perfect platform to show that they’re willing & able to fight but they will cower to the media mob instead. Don’t worry @realDonaldTrump will fight & they can watch as usual! — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) November 5,...
    New York Times columnist Charles Blow says he is shocked and stunned that more blacks and Latinos are breaking away from the lockstep diversity coalition to vote for President Donald Trump. Under the headline, “Exit Polls Point to the Power of White Patriarchy,” Blow wrote November 4: … what was shocking to me about the exit polls … [was that] A larger percentage of every racial minority voted for Trump this year than in 2016. Among Blacks and Hispanics, this percentage grew among both men and women, although men were more likely to vote for Trump than women. Trump doubled his support among black women to eight percent and spiked his support among black men to 18, or almost one-in-five black men, according to the media coalition’s exit polls. “I am still stunned,” said Blow. However, Blow is likely stunned and shocked because he tries to fit the black voting numbers...
    Reality star Phil Robertson said a prayer for President Donald Trump’s reelection. Robertson asked for four more years with President Trump in a prayer posted Wednesday on his personal Instagram account.   View this post on Instagram   Here’s my prayer today for our country and our president. A post shared by Phil Robertson (@officialphilrobertson) on Nov 4, 2020 at 11:45am PST “Here in America many of our people, Father, have fallen to the ways of the evil one,” Robertson said in the video. “I pray that you give us time to repent as a nation to turn back to you, Father.” “My prayer is that you be with one Mr. Donald J. Trump,” he added. “You know him, Father. We started with him early. We told him what you told us to tell him — that Jesus died for him, was raised from the dead.” He went on...
    Fort Hood soldier arrested in the 2019 murder of Chelsea Cheatham British grocer Sainsburys is cutting 3,500 jobs and closing more than 80% of Argos stores Donald Trump Made Gains in Every Demographic Except For White Men President Donald Trump upped his vote share across demographics in 2020, except for with white men, according to exit polling. © Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images President Donald Trump speaks during his final Make America Great Again rally of the 2020 US Presidential campaign at Gerald R. Ford International Airport November 3, 2020, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has upped his vote share across several demographics, according to exit polling. According to Edison Research's exit poll, the Republican incumbent is up with Black men and women, Latino men and women and white women. With Black men, his vote share went up five percent from 13 percent in 2016 to 18 in 2020,...
    Trump is nearly 3.5 million votes behind Joe Biden. Former Trump campaign chief and senior White House aide Steve Bannon said on Thursday that Donald Trump had "won an overwhelming victory" in the presidential election and falsely claimed, "the president was reelected." During an interview on Fox Business, Bannon, who was recently indicted on fraud charges, also described fact checks from social media companies on Trump election lies as part of a "media apparatus" that is "trying to take President Trump down." "The fact is Donald Trump won an overwhelming victory," Bannon said.
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the 2020 presidential election to local Southern California races, ABC7 has you covered with the latest results and live updates.FULL LIST OF ELECTION RESULTS: Live local, state and presidential election results Watch election coverage streaming on ABC7.com as well as our mobile and connected TV apps for Roku, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV.Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on your iPhone or Android device and opt into push notifications to get the latest updates on the 2020 election.LIVE UPDATESNOV. 47:15 p.m.The Los Angeles County Registrar's office says there are 618,200 ballots left to be counted in the county, the majority of them sent by mail. The registrar's office will continue to accept ballots through Nov. 20 if they are postmarked by Election Day or earlier.6:50 p.m.A couple hundred demonstrators took to the streets of Manhattan earlier on Wednesday to support "Count Every Vote." However, several...
    Loading the player... Social media companies have been racing to keep up with the flurry of false and misleading messages coming out of the Trump campaign team.  President Donald Trump, his sons Donald Jr. and Eric, along with Trump campaign chair Tim Murtaugh and White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, were all hit with warning labels on one or more of their Twitter and/or Facebook posts over the last day. As the path to 270 electoral college votes appears to be slipping away from President Donald Trump, his camp is fueling concerns that there’s a deep-state attempt to “steal” the presidency. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) As the path to 270 electoral college votes appears to be slipping away from the Trump camp, they are employing a tactic that they’ve instigated for months: Fueling concerns of a deep-state attempt to “steal” the presidency.  According to The Washington Post, “Twitter...
    Donald Trump’s former advisor has suggested the president could run again in the 2024 election if he loses this year. According to the Independent, the former communications director for Trump’s transition team in 2016, believes he would be able to “run again four years from now.” The U.S constitution does not allow presidents to serve more than two terms, but the terms do not have to be consecutive, which would allow Trump to be a candidate for the 2024 presidential election. But the 74-year-old’s campaign would have to be approved by the Republican party. Former presidential advisor Lanza highlighted how Biden could be successful if he wins the 2020 election. But, looking ahead, he feels Trump would be able to command a strong position in the primaries to potentially put him ahead of other Republican candidates in four years time. “Biden will have the opportunity to guide this country out...
    John Leguizamo bashed Floridians after the state was called for Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.  The actor is one of Hollywood’s more outspoken critics of the president and his administration and spent the bulk of election night and Wednesday morning with the rest of the country on Twitter watching results pour in.  Ultimately, the state and its 29 electoral college votes were called in the incumbent candidate’s favor despite Democrats making a big push and raising expectations that the state might go blue.  CLICK HERE TO INTERACT WITH FOX NEWS VOTER ANALYSIS “Florida is dead to me!” the actor tweeted Wednesday after the state was solidly called for Trump. “Let the lemmings drive their golf carts into the ocean!” The “John Wick” star was hardly the only celebrity to express disappointment with the state for going to Trump again, as it did in his 2016 race against Hillary Clinton. “The...
    Full report: Biden ‘won enough to take over the White House’ Joe Biden has declared that he has won enough states to capture the White House in the knife-edge election of the United States as the major battlefields of Wisconsin and Michigan have been called for him. Speaking in his home state of Delaware, the former vice president said he would not announce victory, but hoped that the electoral college system would get enough votes to defeat President Donald Trump. Mr Biden said: “It is clear that we are winning enough states to reach the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. “I’m not here to announce that we’ve won, but we’re hope to be winners once the count is over.” When Mr Trump’s campaign announced a lawsuit to suspend voter turnout in Pennsylvania, the president also sparked legal action in Michigan over the lack of “transparency”. The campaign...
    A Wednesday report from Vanity Fair claimed that Donald Trump called Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch and screamed at him for his network’s decision to call Arizona in favor of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden late Tuesday night. “A civil war is raging between Fox News and Donald Trump over Fox’s controversial decision to be the first media outlet to call Arizona for Joe Biden just before 11:30 p.m. last night,” the report read. “According to a source, Trump phoned Fox owner Rupert Murdoch to scream about the call and demand a retraction. Murdoch refused, and the call stood.” The publication noted that the pair have clashed over the months leading up to the election due to the network’s coverage of the race, including its polling. Notably, Murdoch has allegedly been privately telling associates for months that he believes Trump would lose the election. As The Inquisitr reported, Trump revealed...
    Donald Trump rang Rupert Murdoch in a fury on Tuesday night after Fox News became the first to call Arizona for his rival Joe Biden, according to reports. Trump, who on the morning of the election called into Fox and Friends and complained bitterly at how unfair they had been to him during his presidency, was enraged by Tuesday night's call. A source told Vanity Fair that Trump phoned Murdoch, who owns Fox 'to scream about the call and demand a retraction.' The 89-year-old media mogul refused to order his staff to retract the Arizona call.  Trump, pictured in June 2016 with Murdoch and his wife Jerry Hall, was furious at Fox News Trump, pictured early Wednesday, was enraged by Fox being the first to call Arizona for Biden Associated Press has called Arizona for Biden, but NBC and CNN are yet to do so.  Within the network, the decision to...
    As the presidential race reaches its conclusion and Joe Biden appears close to a victory over Donald Trump, commentator Tim Pool predicted that a purported Democratic win would be short-lived. “My current thoughts,” he tweeted. “Media calls it for Biden. Trump files lawsuits and wins. Next four years ‘Trump stole the election’.” The comment comes as the Associated Press has Biden at 264 electoral votes of the 270 needed to win and Trump with 214. As the publication noted, the Democrat is now one state away from securing the White House. But Trump’s campaign has requested a recount in Wisconsin and has filed lawsuits in Michigan and Pennsylvania that could throw a wrench into the race. Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement released on Wednesday that the campaign was not allowed to observe some Michigan counting locations as is guaranteed by state law. “The damage has already...
    Donald Trump’s previous vow to “never come back” to Michigan if he loses the presidential election has re-surfaced after the state was called for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday. “It puts much more pressure on me running against a guy like this, you know. If you lost to somebody that was good — can you imagine, the concept of losing to this guy?” he said in Grand Rapids on Monday, per Business Insider. “Oh, you better get out there and vote tomorrow, or I will be so angry. I’ll never come back to Michigan. I’ll never come back. I’ll tell Japan to bring all those plants the hell back.” Many took to Twitter to comment on the president’s remark. “Congrats, Michigan,” artist Brandon Bird tweeted. “As a Minnesotan, this is the outcome of the election I’m most thankful for,” another user wrote. “Too bad he didn’t make the...
    The New York Times has called Michigan for Joe Biden, but President Donald Trump tweeted shortly thereafter that he has “claimed” the state, as well as some others, “for Electoral Vote purposes.”
    President Donald Trump's own party made it more difficult for candidates to get a recount in Wisconsin and Michigan in the aftermath of his 2016 Electoral College win.  The Trump campaign announced Wednesday that it would pursue a recount in Wisconsin, where Democrat Joe Biden was around 21,000 votes ahead.  CNN called Wisconsin for Biden around 2 p.m. Wednesday.   'Despite ridiculous public polling used as a voter suppression tactic, Wisconsin has been a razor thin race as we always knew that it would be. There have been reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results,' the president's campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement. 'The President is well within the threshold to request a recount and we will immediately do so.'   Democrat Joe Biden's (left) and President Donald Trump's (right) campaigns both saw paths to victory Wednesday, though Trump's...
    Iranian officials and analysts agreed this week that former Vice President Joe Biden would be a better U.S. president for Iran’s interests, although they hastened to add that Iran is fully independent of American influence and would remain invulnerable to pressure from President Donald Trump if he wins re-election. “The statements by the Biden camp have been more promising, but we will have to wait and see,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told CBS News in an interview on Monday. Zarif insisted the government of Iran does not have a preference in the U.S. presidential race and said in any event that the actions of the next administration would matter more than words on the campaign trail. “What is important for us is how the White House behaves after the election, not what promises are there, what slogans are made. The behavior of the U.S. is important. If the...
    MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” had something for everyone Wednesday morning, as President Trump was labeled both “not a fluke” and a “racist tin-pot dictator,” while the presidential election was described as “a gut-check moment” for Democrats.  Joe Scarborough praised Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaign for warning that results might not come until well after Election Day and a “red mirage” would appear before all votes were counted, but MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle didn’t think the campaign got everything correct.  MEDIA'S ANTI-TRUMP ELECTION NARRATIVES BLOWN UP BY CLOSE RACE, CRITICS SAY “I think it’s a little bit closer than they wanted it to play out,” Barnicle said. “Clearly, no matter who wins this, no matter what the final result is, we are now living in a nation seeking an identity.”  MSNBC host Joe Scarborough (Photo by Jeff Neira/Walt Disney Television) Barnicle added that there are a “huge, huge number of Americans” who clearly “resent being...
    Lady Gaga’s father reportedly tweeted an apparent endorsement of President Donald Trump just days after the president dissed his daughter. Joe Germanotta first tweeted, “@realdonaldtrump,” shortly after 9:00 p.m. PST on election night, according to Page Six. Later he tweeted a cryptic message, seemingly endorsing Trump per the same report. The tweets have since been deleted. “You may have noticed my political and spiritual beliefs are different,” Germanotta tweeted, according to Page Six. “liberty and freedom of choice would not be political.” (RELATED: Lady Gaga Releases Absurdly Cringeworthy Video In Support Of Joe Biden) “Now he’s got Lady Gaga,” Trump said at a rally in the city of Avoca, Pennsylvania, while talking about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, according to Business Insider. “Lady Gaga — is not too good. I could tell you plenty of stories. I could tell you stories about Lady Gaga. I know a lot of stories...
    Questions over why Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was able to pick up large chunks of votes as results from the swing states of Michigan and Wisconsin came in appear to have a simple explanation. “Explanation is that DDHQ has funky data entry — juggling streams of numbers and sometimes entering one candidate at a time,” said the Cato Institute’s Ilya Shapiro on Twitter. “Question answered, thanks.” Explanation is that DDHQ has funky data entry - juggling streams of numbers and sometimes entering one candidate at a time. Question answered, thanks. https://t.co/zW5LyC0OQc— Ilya Shapiro (@ishapiro) November 4, 2020 President Trump carried a lead in the states late into election night and into the early morning hours Wednesday, only to see that lead quickly evaporate as mail-in ballots from the Democratic strongholds of Milwaukee and Detroit were added to the vote totals. By daylight Wednesday, what had been a healthy...
    Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that 'surprise ballot dumps' were to blame for his diminishing lead in a number of key states throughout the morning - a message Twitter has since deemed 'misleading'. Trump took to social media just after 10am ET this morning, proclaiming: 'Last night I was leading, often solidly, in many key States, in almost all instances Democrat run & controlled. 'Then, one by one, they started to magically disappear as surprise ballot dumps were counted. VERY STRANGE, and the 'pollsters' got it completely & historically wrong!' Twitter wasted no time flagging Trump's tweet with the message: 'Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process.'  Facebook also flagged the same post, but its message was more vague: 'Final results may be different than initial vote counts, as ballot counting will continue for days...
    Celebrities seemed to be upset about people voting for Donald Trump and wanted the world to know. Many celebrities — including Jimmy Kimmel, Lili Reinhart and John Cusack — took to Twitter on Tuesday night to either make fun of Trump or criticize the people who voted for him. “Trump shouldn’t be allowed to win a state unless he can find it on a map,” Kimmel tweeted. Trump shouldn’t be allowed to win a state unless he can find it on a map. — Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) November 4, 2020 Cusack pointed out that people actually voted for Trump, whom he called a “mentally ill virus spreading Child abducting Nazi rapist.” (RELATED: Here’s How Celebrities Are Reacting To Donald Trump’s Positive COVID-19 Test) think this will be like2018 where it took a while to see dem gains play out & Biden will get 270 : But fact so many...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the 2020 presidential election to local Southern California races, ABC7 has you covered with the latest results and live updates.FULL LIST OF ELECTION RESULTS: Live local, state and presidential election results Watch election coverage streaming on ABC7.com as well as our mobile and connected TV apps for Roku, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV.Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on your iPhone or Android device and opt into push notifications to get the latest updates on the 2020 election.LIVE UPDATESNOV. 46:35 a.m.Joe Biden takes the lead in Michigan, approximately 12,000 votes ahead of President Trump.6 a.m.As ballots continue to be counted, Orange County may have hit a new record high for voter turnout. According to the O.C. Registrar, turnout was close to 73% this year, and that's before all of the mail-in votes are counted. That means it could surpass 2016's voter turnout, which was 80%....
    President Trump received more votes in the 2020 presidential election than he did in the 2016 presidential election as Joe Biden also surpassed the 2016 vote total for Hillary Clinton.  This is the result of a surge in voter turnout as compared to 2016, even amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 232,000 Americans.  Trump in 2020, as votes are still being counted, has received the votes of more than 67 million Americans. He got approximately 63 million votes in 2016. Biden in 2020 received votes from more than 69.5 million Americans and counting to Hillary Clinton's less than 66 million.  VideoNO CLEAR WINNER IN PRESIDENTIAL RACE AS VOTE COUNTING CONTINUES, ELECTION HANGS IN BALANCE These raw vote totals, of course, are meaningless. The Electoral College decides who will be the next president and it appears to hinge at the moment on states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. ...
    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Wednesday said President Trump should be prepared to file suit in every state and urged Senate Republicans to open up investigations as he backed up Trump's claims of 'fraud' in the elections. Gingrich, an archetect of the House GOP's 1994 takeover, claimed without evidence that Nevada was being set up to be 'stolen' and echoed the the president's claims of 'fraud.' Gingrich told 'Fox & Friends' Wednesday morning: 'I advise him first of all to ask Sen. McConnell Sen. Graham to have the Judiciary Committee in the Senate open up investigation on all of these different states,' Gingrich said, referencing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.  Pennsylvania, Gingrich claimed, also could be tainted – without providing evidence.   Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich advised President Trump to get the Senate to investigate the elections, and urged Trump to...
    Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning to address the gradual shift in some states over the night as additional ballots were counted, claiming that something “very strange” was happening with “surprise ballot dumps.” “Last night I was leading, often solidly, in many key States, in almost all instances Democrat run & controlled. Then, one by one, they started to magically disappear as surprise ballot dumps were counted. VERY STRANGE, and the ‘pollsters’ got it completely & historically wrong!” he wrote. As many Americans headed to bed on Tuesday night, Trump held a lead in states like Michigan and Wisconsin. However, there were still many ballots left to be counted, and as the numbers have been updated, both states have gradually shifted to favor Biden. The president seemed to indicate that this shift may be due to fraudulent ballots being tallied. “There is nothing “magic” about counting votes. Just like you caught...
    As Morning Joe analyzed the ongoing fallout of the 2020 election, the panel noted that whether Democrats win or lose the presidency in the end, the party faces a reckoning for what the race says about the state of the country. Mike Barnicle assessed that the race ended up being a lot more competitive than many people expected, and “clearly, no matter who wins this, no matter what the final result is, we are now living in a nation seeking an identity.” He also made this point while saying “clearly” many Americans despise the media and others who would tell them how they ought to live their lives. Claire McCaskill was asked to give her take on the states that haven’t been called, but even though she remained convinced of a Joe Biden victory, she agreed with Barnicle that “if the Democrats walk away from this election with the...
    Jim VandeHei, Axios co-founder and CEO, suggested that the media is way out of touch with Americans based on predictions for the 2020 presidential election. What are the details? VandeHei appeared Wednesday on MSNBC, where he said that much of the media needs to wake up and realize that they don't understand America. "On one hand, a lot of this was knowable," he said, pointing out that what was not "knowable" was how House Republicans would "way overperform" this election cycle. "And this is the one where I think all of us have to have a little bit of humility, and a lot of people living in bubbles have to realize they don't understand America," he said. "Donald Trump was the only person who thought they were gonna pick up House seats." VandeHei added, "Trump could still lose, but he performed way better than most people thought...
    Donald Trump lied and won over Joe Biden for the presidency, while the knife-edge vote has not yet been called. The Republican incumbent said there was “fraud on the American nation” and said he would go to the Supreme Court to have the vote stopped as the nail-biting contest continues. The long-awaited democratic challenge to Mr Trump’s attempt to cast doubt on the outcome, he said, was that his campaign was still on the “path to success” as he insisted that every vote be counted. During a live election coverage of ABC News, Mr Abrams said: “I do not know what he is talking about because they have already tried to stop the counting of votes in Pennsylvania. “They are not going to have any success in stopping the vote count now. “The only victory they can get on the road is to estimate which votes will eventually be counted....
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the 2020 presidential election to local Southern California races, ABC7 has you covered with the latest results and live updates.FULL LIST OF ELECTION RESULTS: Live local, state and presidential election results Watch live election night coverage streaming on ABC7.com as well as our mobile and connected TV apps for Roku, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV.Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on your iPhone or Android device and opt into push notifications to get the latest updates on the 2020 election.LIVE UPDATES11:40 p.m.Proposition 22 - PASSES: California voters have approved Proposition 22 to reclassify drivers for rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft as independent contractors.11:31 p.m.Proposition 21- FAILS- A ballot measure that seeks to overhaul rent control in California has failed, according to Associated Press projections.11:21 p.mPresident Donald Trump addresses supporters in Washington, DC.10:33 p.mPresident Trump projected winner in Montana and former VP Joe Biden...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times local): 2:52 a.m. Democrat Joe Biden has won Arizona and its 11 electoral votes, flipping a critical battleground state that Donald Trump won four years ago and that could help determine which candidate wins the presidency. The victory by Biden was a huge blow to Trump’s chances for reelection. Arizona has backed a Democratic presidential candidate only once in the last 72 years. Biden’s campaign had focused on Arizona as part of its expanded battleground map through the Sun Belt, citing demographic changes, new residents and realignment away from Republicans among key suburban voters. Arizona is among the more than half a dozen states that will help determine which candidate gets the 270 electoral votes to capture the White House. Biden’s massive advantage in campaign cash allowed him to put Trump on defense across the country and work to...
    Trevor Noah has come under fire for posting a video of Florida being destroyed by the Death Star after the state voted for Donald Trump in the presidential election. His Daily Show's Twitter account posted an edited clip of the Star Wars space station blowing up the state and captioned it: 'Do we have this technology yet?' The post split public opinion, with some attacking the comedian while others found it funny. Do we have this technology yet? pic.twitter.com/jjqKemqFtO— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) November 4, 2020 Trevor Noah posted a video of the Death Star blowing up Florida after the state voted for Donald Trump The post immediately attracted criticism on social media, though the comedian did not take it down One Twitter user replied to the South African: 'Because mass murder is funny if it's other people.' Another said: 'Poor choice while we sit and ponder our...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the 2020 presidential election to local Southern California races, ABC7 has you covered with the latest results and live updates.FULL LIST OF ELECTION RESULTS: Live local, state and presidential election results Watch live election night coverage streaming on ABC7.com as well as our mobile and connected TV apps for Roku, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV.Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on your iPhone or Android device and opt into push notifications to get the latest updates on the 2020 election.LIVE UPDATES10:33 p.mPresident Trump projected winner in Montana and former VP Joe Biden to win Minnesota, ABC News reports.Proposition 17- Restore to vote to felons on parole has passed.Proposition 20- Stricter parole, harsher sentences for certain crimes has failed.Proposition 23- Require doctors at kidney dialysis clinics has failed.10:14 p.mABC News has projected Former Vice President Joe Biden to win Rhode Island and President Donald Trump to...
    NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM) – CBS News projects that President Donald J. Trump has won Texas’ 38 electoral votes. The race in Texas was too close to call all evening Tuesday. When totals first began rolling in, Mr. Trump was initially down almost 9%. President Trump pulled ahead – then stayed ahead  – after about 44% of teh vote in Texas had been tallied. Lt. Col. Allen West Texas Republican Party Chair told CBS 11 that he would loved to have seen Mr. Trump campaign in Texas. Mr. Trump had to cancel campaign trips to Dallas and Houston after contracting COVID-19 in the beginning of October, 2020. “I think the energy and enthusiasm is there.” said West. ” It would have been great to have him back down here one more time, but I think that he went to the places where he thought he had to focus on like Michigan...
    Olivier Douliery/Getty Images Votes are still being counted across the country, but President Donald Trump took to Twitter to baselessly claim “they are trying to STEAL the Election.” We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election. We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 4, 2020 (The first version of this tweet was taken down because he misspelled polls as “poles.”) It’s unclear what exactly set off this tweet in particular, but it came amid outrage from the president’s camp (and the state’s Republican governors) about Fox News calling Arizona for Joe Biden. The president also claimed a “big WIN!” and teased remarks he will be making soon. I will be making a statement tonight. A big WIN! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 4, 2020 It took...
    As things stand now, Donald Trump is projected to win the State of Florida by about 375,000 votes. But there was a huge elephant in the polling booth this year, and his name is Jim Crow. In 2018, Floridians voted two-to-one to amend the state constitution and allow most ex-felons to regain the right to vote. But in 2019, Florida’s Republican-controlled legislature functionally overturned that referendum by requiring that ex-felons also pay any outstanding fees and fines associated with their sentence.
    By The Associated Press The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times local): 10:54 p.m. Democrat Joe Biden has won New Hampshire and its four electoral votes, holding on to a state that President Donald Trump only narrowly lost in 2016. The state was considered a 2020 battleground despite not going for a Republican presidential candidate since George W. Bush in 2000. Four years ago, Democrat Hillary Clinton won the small state over Trump by roughly 2,700 votes. That’s less than 1% of the 732,000 ballots cast, and it was the second-closest margin of victory in the country. Biden didn’t fare as well in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation Democratic primary in February. He finished a dismal fifth, behind Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren. But his candidacy took off after a commanding win later that month in the South Carolina primary, leading to the exits of several of...
    (CBS4) – Voters in the Colorado 2020 general election have chosen Democrat Joe Biden over Republican Donald Trump for president, CBS News projects. Nationally, the race for president is still too close to call. CBS News projects Joe Biden wins Colorado. https://t.co/T6GArkvEPf pic.twitter.com/GF8fPaKGaY — CBS News (@CBSNews) November 4, 2020   ELECTION RESULTS: See updated results from the 2020 general election in Colorado President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 general election but in the State of Colorado he was outpaced by Clinton by a 47 percent to 45 percent margin. Supporters cheer as President Donald Trump arrives to address a “Keep America Great” rally in Colorado Springs on Feb. 20. (credit: JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images) President Donald Trump on Feb. 20 in Colorado Springs. (credit: Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) In February Trump rallied supporters in Colorado during a Keep America Great rally in Colorado Springs. Vice President...
    Scientists develop a coating for socks that cures smelly feet Celebrities who had cameos on both "Seinfeld" and "Friends" As polls close, Trump and Biden wait with the world for results WASHINGTON – The months long presidential race that both Donald Trump and Joe Biden framed as the most consequential in history was winding down Tuesday as polls closed in many battleground states and vote counting began to determine who will claim the White House.  Millions of first-time voters are casting their vote in the 2020 election USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Florida is too close to call, Miami Dade county numbers favoring President Donald Trump: NBC News CNBC John Cornyn wins Texas Senate, NBC News projects MSNBC Election workers count mail-in ballots in battleground Wisconsin AFP Biden wins New York, NBC News projects...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The 2016 presidential election was four years ago, but somehow it feels like a lifetime has passed in that time.As we're in the throes of the 2020 election between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, as millions of Bay Area residents cast their ballots once again, it's fascinating to look back at our last election and examine how we voted the last time around.RELATED: The zip codes that donated big to the Trump, Biden campaigns in the Bay AreaA map created by ABC7 News' data journalism team shows how every nook and cranny of the region voted, precinct by precinct.Having trouble viewing the map above? Click here to open it in a new window.San Francisco and the Bay Area are home to reliably Democratic voting blocks, so it's not surprising that much of the map appears a bluish-purple, with a majority of votes...
    RealClearPolitics (RCP) flipped four crucial battleground states from Joe Biden (D) to President Donald Trump in the final days leading up to the election. Trump has taken the lead in key states — including Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina, and Ohio — in the final days of the election, according to RCP. Voters have largely looked to the RCP average to measure which candidate has the momentum going into Election Day. Some, such as Trafalgar Group’s Robert Cahaly, have warned that most polls are not taking the ‘hidden” Trump vote into account. As of Tuesday morning, Trump led in Georgia by 1 percent, North Carolina by 0.2 percent, Ohio by 1 percent, and Iowa by 2 percent. Biden reportedly held a 1.2 percent edge in the Hawkeye State mere days ago, but a Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll released over the weekend helped move the average the president’s way, as it showed...
    Donald Trump admitted Tuesday that he doesn't take losing well as he rattled off a confusing message on when he expects the election winner to be known, claiming he wants to know by Election Night, but doubling down on preparing to launch a legal battle in several states over the results. 'I'm not thinking about a concession speech or acceptance speech yet. Hopefully we'll be doing only one of those two,' Trump told reporters as he visited his campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia Tuesday afternoon as voters lined up all over the country to cast their ballots. 'And you know, winning is easy,' the president continued. 'Losing is never easy. Not for me, it's not.' The president was joined by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, his Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and a very dressed-down Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and senior adviser, for the trip. Reports emerged over the...
    Donald Trump reflected on Tuesday that “losing is never easy” for him as he told reporters that he hadn’t prepared a concession speech in the case that he loses to his opponent Joe Biden. Nor, he said, had he prepared an acceptance speech. Trump spoke at the Republican National Committee’s headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, on Tuesday to thank his campaign staff when he was asked if he had prepared an acceptance or concession statement, as The Washington Examiner reported. “I’m not thinking about concession speech or acceptance speech yet,” Trump said. “Hopefully we’ll be only doing one of those two. Winning is easy. Losing is never easy. Not for me, it’s not.” Traditionally, presidents offer a concession speech on the night of the election if it is clear that there is a decisive winner. If not, a candidate will withhold their speech until a winner is decided. There is no...
    An Indian group known as Hindu Sena (Hindu Army) in Delhi on Tuesday conducted fire rituals and chanted verses for U.S. President Donald Trump’s victory in the November 3 presidential election. Joined by a Hindu priest dressed in saffron robes, over a dozen members of the group sat around a ritual fire in a Hindu temple to offer a special prayer for Trump’s reelection, according to video footage of the ceremony published by Reuters. A group known as Hindu Sena joined a priest wearing saffron robes to conduct fire rituals and chant verses for Donald Trump ahead of #Election2020 https://t.co/gFdTthLx1a pic.twitter.com/175pPMaHIb — Reuters (@Reuters) November 3, 2020 The men held portraits of the U.S. president and his ally, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A Hindu priest applied tilaka, or a red ritual paste, to a photo of Trump, marking his forehead as he would in real life. The tilaka ceremony is a...
    BJoe Wallen said that perhaps the most enthusiastic well-wishers for Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris can be found in Tulasendrapuram, a small Indian village about 8,000 miles from the White House, where Ms Harris’ grandmother was born. During her election campaign, Ms Harris often spoke fondly of her Indian roots, drawing inspiration and fighting from her civil servant grandfather who opposed British colonial rule. Ms. Harris’ mother, Shymala, emigrated from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu to the United States in the 1950s to pursue a master’s degree in nutrition and endocrinology at the University of California, Berkeley. Residents of Tulasendrapuram have been enthusiastically watching his rise through American politics, and hope that Tuesday’s prayers will be enough to ensure victory for Ms Harris and the Democrats. During the ceremony, milk was poured on Dharma Shasta Ayyanar for good luck to the Hindu deity of his grandfather’s family. “If...
    A congregation of Orthodox Jews prayed for President Donald Trump’s victory on Election Day, in a prayer that was captured on video Tuesday morning. A young man, leading prayer for “the president’s victory today, for four more years,” appeared in the video, wearing a “Keep America Great” flag in place of a traditional prayer shawl. The video was filmed at an unnamed synagogue during morning prayers, The young man recited a traditional benediction, modified for the presidential election, which has been making the rounds among Jews on social media, and appears to originate with an organization called the Jewish Business Network. The video of the prayer, the Hebrew version, and a rough English translation, follow: A special Election Day BRUCHA! #JEXIT [email protected] @RJC @realJEXITusa @siggyflicker @realSManolesco pic.twitter.com/xLVp8e6dch — michelle (@michterris) November 3, 2020 Jewish prayer for Trump (JBN) May He who blessed our Forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Moses and...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2020 House races (all times local): 12:45 p.m. The third-ranking Democrat in the U.S. House is predicting Democrats will pick up as many as a dozen House seats. Majority Whip Jim Clyburn told reporters outside a polling place in Columbia, South Carolina, on Tuesday that he believed it would be a “good night for Democrats” up and down the ticket. Clyburn says, “Holding the House would just be status quo. Winning the Senate would make it good.” Democrats control the House 232-197, with five open seats and one independent. It takes 218 seats to control the chamber. Republicans control the Senate. Clyburn has expressed concerns about voter suppression. He says President Donald Trump has been “literally stoking flames of indecision, unrest, threatening violence.” Clyburn says the nation’s division “didn’t start with Trump, and it won’t stop with Trump.” ___ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED...
    WASHINGTON – The Latest on the 2020 House races (all times local): 12:45 p.m. The third-ranking Democrat in the U.S. House is predicting Democrats will pick up as many as a dozen House seats. Majority Whip Jim Clyburn told reporters outside a polling place in Columbia, South Carolina, on Tuesday that he believed it would be a “good night for Democrats” up and down the ticket. Clyburn says, “Holding the House would just be status quo. Winning the Senate would make it good.” Democrats control the House 232-197, with five open seats and one independent. It takes 218 seats to control the chamber. Republicans control the Senate. Clyburn has expressed concerns about voter suppression. He says President Donald Trump has been “literally stoking flames of indecision, unrest, threatening violence.” Clyburn says the nation’s division “didn’t start with Trump, and it won’t stop with Trump.” ___ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the 2020 House races (all times local): 12:45 p.m. The third-ranking Democrat in the U.S. House is predicting Democrats will pick up as many as a dozen House seats. Majority Whip Jim Clyburn told reporters outside a polling place in Columbia, South Carolina, on Tuesday that he believed it would be a “good night for Democrats” up and down the ticket. Clyburn says, “Holding the House would just be status quo. Winning the Senate would make it good.” Democrats control the House 232-197, with five open seats and one independent. It takes 218 seats to control the chamber. Republicans control the Senate. Clyburn has expressed concerns about voter suppression. He says President Donald Trump has been “literally stoking flames of indecision, unrest, threatening violence.” Clyburn says the nation’s division “didn’t start with Trump, and it won’t stop with Trump.” ___ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED...
    U.S. President (Popular Vote, Texas)Donald J. Trump(R)Incumbent00%Joe Biden(D)00%*Incumbent0% of Precincts Reporting (0 / 0)View All CandidatesFind other election resultsType to search all races...President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are battling for the U.S. presidency on Nov. 3, 2020. To win, a candidate must receive at least 270 electoral votes. Texas is a winner-take-all state worth 38 electoral votes, the second-most in the United States. Election results will start coming in at 7 p.m. CST. See the latest results below. Can’t see the interactive map? Click here. PresidentU.S. President (Electoral College, US)CandidateVotes %Donald Trump*(R)00%Joe Biden(D)00%*Incumbent0% of Precincts Reporting (0 / 0)View All CandidatesU.S. President (Popular Vote, US)CandidateVotes %Donald Trump*(R)00%Joe Biden(D)00%*Incumbent0% of Precincts Reporting (0 / 0)View All CandidatesU.S. President (Popular Vote, Texas)CandidateVotes %Donald J. Trump*(R)00%Joe Biden(D)00%*Incumbent0% of Precincts Reporting (0 / 0)View All CandidatesU.S. President (Popular Vote, Bexar County)CandidateVotes %Donald Trump*(R)00%Joe Biden(D)00%*Incumbent0% of Precincts Reporting (0 / 0)View...
    YouTuber Adam Crigler hopped on a flight to Arizona on Monday after realizing that he wasn't registered to vote in his home state of Maryland. Following a call to his manager, the 36-year-old social media influencer posted updates about his journey on Twitter. VOTERS HEAD TO POLLS TUESDAY WITH MORE THAN 98M BALLOTS ALREADY CAST In a series of tweets describing his journey, Crigler admitted his registration to vote "didn't go through" in the Old Line State. "I was pissed," he wrote. "I checked it out and turns out I am still registered to vote in Arizona. SO I JUST BOOKED A FLIGHT AND I LEAVE IN 2 HOURS."  The initial tweet with the thread has garnered more than 41,000 likes and close to 7,000 retweets. Crigler's business manager Mitchell Wherry told Tucson's KVOA that "this is absolutely an Adam thing to do." "He's known to procrastinate a little bit, but I think...
    LAFAYETTE (KPIX) – The Bay Area has been a Democratic Party stronghold for a long time now, and that hasn’t changed with this election. But the presidency of Donald Trump has emboldened Republicans to speak out like never before. It has never been very easy to be red in such a blue part of the country. “For many, many years growing up in the Bay Area, it’s always been a situation where if you’re found out to be a conservative Republican you’re kind of demonized, you’re shamed, forced to go into a corner and not say anything,” said Concord Republican Matthew Tarantino. “They’re hateful, saying things like, you old lady…ten years from now you’re going to be dead and we’re going to be happy…really mean, mean things!” said Esther Wiens, a Republican living in Danville. But Monday morning, on an overpass on Hwy 24 in Lafayette, those campaigning for Donald...
    Donald Trump said Tuesday that he will only declare that he has won 'when there's a victory' as he predicts he will win reelection with more Electoral College votes than in 2016. 'So my number last time was 306,' Trump said when the 'Fox & Friends' panel asked him how many Electoral College votes he thinks he will earn. 'I ended up with 306, that was good numbers – 223-306,' he said in reference to the outcome against Hillary Clinton in 2016 – but the Democratic candidate actually earned 232 not 223. 'And that was a big number,' the president said. 'And I think we will top it. I'll leave it at that. I think we'll top it.' According to Cook Political Report, Trump likely holds around 163 Electoral College votes as of now out of those states that are solid, likely and lean Republican. If he were to win...
    Democrat presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) compared the number of American lives lost to COVID-19 to American lives during WWII. Harris’s remarks came during a late night campaign stop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Monday, the night before Election Day. Harris repeatedly questioned how Americans could have “prepared” if they had known the complications of the virus, a scenario for which she chose to blame President Donald Trump. Harris claimed: Donald Trump doesn’t think about what’s best for America. He only thinks about what is best for himself. And as a result, we have lost 230,000 lives to COVID. So many people forced to die alone because of the nature of this virus… 230,000 Americans. The last time we experienced loss like this was World War II. "Donald Trump doesnt think about what is best for America," Sen. Harris says at Philadelphia campaign rally. "He only thinks about what is best...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson and right-wing commentator Candace Owens executed an epic Freudian slip when Owens said she was “on the side of mob rule” and Carlson delivered a hearty “Amen. Nicely put!” Owens, whose comments in defense of Adolf Hitler are now part of the congressional record, was a guest on Monday night’s edition of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, where she wound down a segment on potential election-related unrest by issuing a warning. “I will say this sincerely, to everybody on the left that is okay with this, that is watching these businesses get boarded up and have turned the other cheek this entire year because you hate Trump so much, let me tell you something. You will get eaten by your own dogs,” Owens said. She went on to add “You are either on the side of mob rule, or you are on the side...
    At a campaign rally held by Donald Trump on Monday, chants of “LeBron James sucks!” rang out in the crowd after the president accused members of the NBA of not respecting the American flag, as reported by TMZ. Trump talked about how much the ratings of the Finals had declined in 2020. He said it was caused by the social activism the players were taking on the court. He even mentioned the Los Angeles Laker superstar by name in his speech. “”How about basketball? How about Lebron? I felt badly for LeBron. I felt very badly. Down 71 percent and that’s for their championship,” he remarked. “When they don’t respect our country, when they dont respect our flag, nobody wants to watch. Nobody!” he added before the chants ensued. Professional basketball ratings, specifically in the Finals, reached an all-time low in 2020, according to a report from Yahoo Sports. Overall,...
    WASHINGTON - A grueling, bitterly fought U.S. presidential campaign comes to a close on Tuesday.      Tens of millions of voters are heading to polling places across the country to help decide whether to keep Republican incumbent President Donald Trump as the American leader for the next four years, or oust him in favor of his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden.  Latest developments Polls are open in much of the eastern United States.  Biden is making appearances in two Pennsylvania cities before returning to Delaware to give an evening address.  Trump is visiting his re-election headquarters outside Washington and then returning to the White House.  He also is being interviewed on the show “Fox and Friends.”  In some of the first Election Day ballots cast, Biden won all five votes in the small town of Dixville Notch, NH, while Trump won 16-5 in Millsfield, NH. Record early voting Amid the...
    WASHINGTON - A grueling, bitterly fought U.S. presidential campaign comes to a close on Tuesday. Tens of millions of voters are heading to polling places across the country to help decide whether to keep Republican incumbent President Donald Trump as the American leader for the next four years, or oust him in favor of his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden. Amid the unchecked coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., more than 98 million people have already cast early ballots — more than two-thirds of the entire vote count of nearly 139 million in the 2016 election when Trump unexpectedly upset Democrat Hillary Clinton to win the White House.  With the heavy early voting, the total 2020 vote count, by some estimates, could reach a U.S. record of 150 million or more. But with state-by-state laws controlling how soon the absentee votes can be counted — not until Tuesday night or later in...
    A coalition of 14 conservative European parliamentarians, led by the Sweden Democrats, on Monday nominated U.S President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. ”For his courage and commitment to the cause of peace in the Middle East, the Balkans, and on the Korean Peninsula, we wish to nominate United States President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize,” the coalition said in a statement. ”In support of America’s global leadership for peace and prosperity under President Donald J. Trump. Our nomination is the largest nomination yet, with 14 parliamentarians from 11 different European nations nominating Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize,” it said. The group cited President Trump’s Abraham Accords, which normalized relations between Israel and several Arab nations such as the United Arab Emirates, Sudan, and Bahrain. They also cited the “promising economic partnership for peace” between Kosovo and Serbia, as well as Trump’s efforts on reconciliation...
    President Donald Trump wrapped up his pitch for a second term in the White House in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with his adult children at his side. 'I think we're going to win everything. I think tomorrow is going to be one of the greatest wins in the history,' he predicted. 'This is not the crowd of somebody who is going to lose the state of Michigan,' he said. 'This is not the crowd of a second place finisher.' Democratic rival Joe Biden leads in national polls and in polling in several critical battleground states. Biden is up by 6.7 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average. But it's been an unusual year - upended by the coronavirus pandemic - and Tuesday's race is not a lock.  'He's not going to win. I really don't believe he's going to win,' Trump said of his rival.   Trump sounded hoarse and tired after two back-to-back...
    WINSTON Churchill's granddaughter has voted for Joe Biden, and penned a scathing op-ed slamming Donald Trump for comparing himself to the late British prime minister. Edwina Sandys, a sculptor and painter, said that her grandfather never downplayed the threat of World War II - which many have accused Trump of doing with the Covid-19 pandemic. 5Winston Churchill's granddaughter, Edwina Sandys, slammed Trump for comparing himself to the British wartime leaderCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Trump has repeatedly compared himself to Churchill, and said he looks up to his leadership tacticsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Churchill's most well-known wartime speeches do not exactly embody the 'Keep Calm and Carry On' mantraCredit: Getty Images - Getty "President Donald Trump's inaction and lies about the Covid-19 crises have persisted as hundreds of thousands of American lives are being lost," she wrote in the piece, published by USA Today. "When under...
    Tens of thousands of Trump supporters gathered at late-night rallies in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Grand Rapids, Michigan on Monday night — the eve of Election Day. Both rallies carried immense symbolic significance for the campaign. Kenosha is where President Donald Trump made a firm stand for law and order as riots ravaged the city in late August, after police shot Jacob Blake Jr. during an altercation. While Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden blamed police, Trump urged the use of the National Guard to restore peace to the town, one of many in America that was badly damaged during riots that developed alongside the Black Lives Matter movement over the past several months. Grand Rapids was the site of the last Trump campaign rally in 2016, another late night event that began in the wee hours of the morning on Election Day. Trump also spoke earlier in the day in...
    In 2016 I voted for Hillary Clinton. At the time, it was safe to say this out loud. Actually, it still is. Much safer, in fact, than admitting to voting for Donald Trump four years ago or saying that I am voting for Trump this time around. But I am. I am casting my ballot for President Trump’s reelection. The fact that this is a difficult — even scary — thing for many people to say out loud is a significant factor in my decision. I’ve always hated conformity. I’m a rebel at heart and always have been. I despise group-think and mobs, especially when it’s blatantly clear that the mob is wrong and simply following a trend. DONALD TRUMP: REELECT ME AND I WILL CONTINUE TO DELIVER SAFETY, PROSPERITY AND OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL AMERICANS I’ve even been known to avoid seeing movies or listening to music when they’ve become...
    Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump gathered in Grand Rapids, Michigan, for the final rally of the 2020 presidential campaign — under a red sky that seemed to hang over the whole Upper Midwest. Many supporters had waited in line for over 14 hours, since early Monday morning, as temperatures hovered in the mid-40s. As the outdoor venue finally opened, the sky turned red — just as it did nearly 150 miles north in Traverse City, and just as it did across Lake Michigan to the west, in Kenosha, Wisconsin — where the president also spoke earlier in the evening. Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump walk along Wisconsin Highway 158 (WI-158) on their way to his penultimate campaign rally at the Kenosha Regional Airport in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., November 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan pic.twitter.com/UnNOicquf1 — Idrees Ali (@idreesali114) November 3, 2020 WISCONSIN! pic.twitter.com/ZGBoFXsjqW — Tim Murtaugh (@TimMurtaugh) November...
    Hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump rallied in Democrat-controlled Connecticut Sunday as part of a statewide campaign in which caravans of cars drove toward the state capitol building in Hartford. In Manchester, Trump supporters gathered near Interstate 84, waving flags and lifting signs that said, “Trump 2020: Keep America Great,” and “Women for Trump,” reported the Journal Inquirer. Twitter user Daniel Petrosky tweeted video of the event, stating, “Libs better watch out this is Trump country!!!” ⁦@dbongino⁩ this is today In CT!! Libs better watch out this is Trump country!!! #MAGA #trump2020 pic.twitter.com/TW3v45yjAy — Daniel Petrosky (@dpetrosky55) November 1, 2020 According to the Inquirer, Trump supporters in Manchester were met with counter-protesters holding “Black Lives Matter” signs. Keren Prescott, of Manchester, who organized the counter protest, said she plans to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden, referring to him as the “lesser of two evils.” In adjacent Glastonbury,...
    CANDACE Owens has said black Americans are turning to Donald Trump for “more opportunities” – and claimed Democrats want to “keep them poor.” The conservative activist during an interview on Fox News on Monday: “You want to put Biden back in office, he is the person along with Barack Obama who gave black America more handouts.” ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 5Candace Owens has said black Americans are turning to Donald Trump for 'more opportunities'Credit: Fox News “Donald J Trump is giving us more hand-ups,” the 31-year-old said. “We don’t want more food stamps, we want more opportunities." Fox News host Maria Bartiromo pointed out several black rappers – Ice Cube, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and Kanye West – who have voiced their support for the president.  Owens said she believes “these are the pioneers.” “It is much bigger than...
    Tens of thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump gathered under a red evening sky in Kenosha, Wisconsin, for the penultimate rally of the 2020 presidential campaign. With temperatures at 47º Fahrenheit, and the wind blowing steadily from the west, the weather was cold, with the wind chill at 41º. But that did not deter the faithful from attending a rally in a town that was devastated by Black Lives Matter riots in August — as Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden criticized police. Much of the damage in the town is still visible, with rubble in the central business district, and public buildings boarded up. Trump visited the town immediately and backed local law enforcement, over the objections of Democrats. Photos before the rally: Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump walk along Wisconsin Highway 158 (WI-158) on their way to his penultimate campaign rally at the Kenosha Regional...
    LAFAYETTE (KPIX) – The Bay Area has been a Democratic Party stronghold for a long time now, and that hasn’t changed with this election. But the presidency of Donald Trump has emboldened Republicans to speak out like never before. It has never been very easy to be red in such a blue part of the country. “For many, many years growing up in the Bay Area, it’s always been a situation where if you’re found out to be a conservative Republican you’re kind of demonized, you’re shamed, forced to go into a corner and not say anything,” said Concord Republican Matthew Tarantino. “They’re hateful, saying things like, you old lady…ten years from now you’re going to be dead and we’re going to be happy…really mean, mean things!” said Esther Wiens, a Republican living in Danville. But Monday morning, on an overpass on Hwy 24 in Lafayette, those campaigning for Donald...
    Winston Churchill's granddaughter Edwina Sandys penned a scathing op-ed where she reveals she voted for Joe Biden blasts Trump for his 'lies' and comparison's to Churchill.  Sandys, an artist and sculptor, noted that her grandfather steeled the British public for a long and difficult war with inspiring lines like 'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.' She contrasted this with Trump's repeated claims that the coronavirus will 'go away.' Trump in recent days has continued to say the U.S. is 'turning the corner,' even as the U.S. hit 100,000 new infections catalogued in a single day. Winston Churchill's granddaughter Edwina Sandys penned an op-ed blasting President Trump and revealing she voted for Democrat Joe Biden 'My grandfather did not mince words about the Nazi threat — or say something like, 'Hitler will be gone– disappear – like a miracle!' she writes in USA Today.  'He trusted...
    A psychiatrist who previously advocated for a mental health check of President Donald Trump received backlash for a tweet comparing the president to Adolf Hitler. Dr. Bandy X. Lee sent a tweet Monday morning stating that unlike Trump, Hitler improved the lives of his supporters. The now-deleted tweet came just hours after Lee retweeted a Guardian article critical of President Trump’s comments on Dr. Anthony Fauci. She wrote, “Uniform appearances, mindless chants, arms raised toward one “leader”. Remind you of anything?” Uniform appearances, mindless chants, arms raised toward one “leader”. Remind you of anything?https://t.co/FjL1JyrXWa — Bandy X Lee, MD, MDiv (@BandyXLee1) November 2, 2020 The tweet was deleted shortly after its posting, however, Lee commented on the statement, writing that “it is at least heartening to know there is uniform denouncing of Hitler,” at which point she called the death toll from Covid-19 a genocide happening before us....
    Dying-on-their-hills Democrats have been beside themselves since video surfaced over the weekend showing vehicles festooned with flags supporting President Donald Trump surrounding a Joe Biden-Kamala Harris campaign bus on Interstate 35 in Texas. The chairwoman of the Travis County Democratic Party claimed, "Today, @realDonaldTrump supporters followed the Biden bus throughout central Texas to intimidate Biden supporters. They ran into a person's car, yelling curse words and threats. Don't let bullies win, vote."Today, @realDonaldTrump supporters followed the Biden bus throughout central Texas to intimidate Biden supporters.… https://t.co/zQj4w2cMzm — Katie Naranjo (@Katie Naranjo)1604098527.0There was even video of a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Trump supporter in a black pickup bashing into a white SUV, which some members of the Texas Democrats' campaign say was being driven by a Biden-Harris staffer, KXAN-TV reported: FBI investigating alleged harassment of Biden campaign bus in Texas youtu.be But it seems an...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump boasts the US has “the greatest economy in the history of our country.” The economy figures to be a crucial factor on Election Day when Trump squares off against Democratic challenger Joe Biden. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 3An employee arranges a fan on display for sale at a Walmart store in Secaucus, New JerseyCredit: Getty - Contributor What has Trump done for the economy? Trump has repeated many times that he has supervised "the greatest economy" ever, according to The Los Angeles Times. However, the Times reports that the economy has performed roughly on the same level it performed for Barack Obama during the last three years of his tenure. The economy added 6.6million jobs in Trump’s first three years, compared to 8.1million in the last three years under Obama, according to the newspaper. The country's...
    A caravan of dozens of vehicles supporting U.S. President Donald Trump rolled down the Jerusalem hills in Israel on Tuesday evening, ending with a pro-Trump rally and marking the fifth Jewish “Trump train” worldwide within a week. The caravan, which numbered around 60 cars, left Latrun, home to the strategic fortress that played a huge part in Israel’s 1948 War of Independence, and headed towards the Jerusalem satellite town of Beit Shemesh for a pro-Trump rally attended by around 300 people, including Deputy Mayor Israel Silverstein and head of Republicans in Israel Marc Zell. Cars sported Trump flags in Hebrew and English, as well as Israeli and American flags. The rally was “boisterous and jubilant,” Zell told Breitbart News, with the Village People’s classic “YMCA” blasting from speakers. Chants of “four more years” were heard from the crowd. Earlier on Monday, Jews held prayers for Trump’s re-election at the...
    Yet another huge crowd assembled for President Donald Trump’s campaign rally Monday in Scranton, Pennsylvania — the childhood hometown of his opponent, Former Vice President Joe Biden. The event is scheduled to kick off at 2:00 p.m. EST. Reporters on the ground, along with Brexit Party founder Nigel Farage, took to social media to share photos and videos of thousands of rally attendees waiting in line to enter the venue and attendees inside the venue await for the president to arrive. Waiting for Trump in Scranton, Pennsylvania! Follow me on Instagram for live updates on the last day of campaigning. ➡️ https://t.co/UZtmqp8oRm pic.twitter.com/TnJoX4IRKR — Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) November 2, 2020 One video showed Trump supporters singing “God Bless America” as they waited in frigid temperatures and snowy condition to enter the rally venue. WATCH: Supporters of President Donald Trump waiting in line for a rally Monday morning in #Scranton, #Pennsylvania, in frigid...
    One notable criticism of Joe Biden in the past few years came from Robert Gates, who served as Defense Secretary under George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Gates wrote in his 2014 book of the then-vice president, “I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.” The Wall Street Journal editorial board cited Gates’ words in writing about what kind of president they believe he would be: As former Defense Secretary Robert Gates famously put it, Mr. Biden has been wrong about every major foreign policy issue in his career. During the Cold War he opposed Reagan’s arms buildup and missile defenses, and he voted against the first Gulf War. Gates actually responded in a letter to the paper that the Journal posted Monday. He doesn’t walk back from his criticisms, but writes out his praise of...
    (CNN)On Sunday, for the first time since 1972, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorsed a Republican for president. And not just any Republican: Donald J. Trump.Which is certainly a zag -- as virtually every newspaper editorial board in the country has endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden in advance of Tuesday election. (It's worth noting that the paper's editorial pages took a pro-Trump turn in the last few years, following the appointment of a new editorial director, Keith Burris. And as I have noted before, newspapers should stop endorsing candidates.)But what's more interesting than the very fact that the Post-Gazette editorial board broke with tradition to back Trump is their explanation for why. Here's some of that: "'He's unpresidential.''He's crude and unkind.'Read More'He's just not a good man.'These things, and much worse, are commonly said of President Donald Trump. His personality totally eclipses his record.So we, seemingly, have him on the dunk...
    President Donald Trump made it obvious he was watching Joe Biden on Monday — launching a number of angry live-tweets just as the former vice president slammed him at a campaign rally. As Trump concluded a campaign rally in North Carolina, Biden held one of his own in Cleveland during which he lobbed several barbs at the president. At one point in his remarks, Biden reminded the audience of the New York Times report on how Trump claimed major business losses over the years, paid almost no federal income taxes for 10 of the last 15 years, and engaged in numerous legally-questionable, tax-dodging maneuvers. Why should a firefighter, an educator, a cop. Why should a welder, why should a steelworker pay at a higher tax rate then the super wealthy? It’s not right. Why should you pay more taxes than Donald Trump, for God’s sake? Look. I released 22...
    Jews held prayers for the re-election of “lover of Israel,” President Donald Trump, at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in the city of Hebron, attended by local political leaders. Shlomo Ne’eman, head of the Gush Etzion Regional Council, called Trump a “lover of Israel.” “During his first term, we obtained unprecedented approvals from the U.S. administration led by Trump, after painful building freezes by his predecessor [Barack Obama]. “Trump is a president who cares about the State of Israel and it is important for us that he continues for another term,” he added. The head of Republicans in Israel, Marc Zell, pointed to the significance of the Jewish holy site, which is the burial site of the biblical patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and matriarchs Sarah, Rebecca and Leah. (Rachel is buried at a separate holy site.) “Today’s service was very moving for me. To be in the presence of our founding fathers and our founding mothers...
    Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, perhaps better known as “Johnny Rotten,” says President Donald Trump has “broken the Washington criminality that has caused problems for all of us.” “I met him once. I know, what an offensive fella. But he went into politics as the complete individual. That’s what we want,” said Lydon in a recent interview with Fox News. “I don’t like politicians really, generally speaking, not many of them at all. I don’t trust of them. He broke that system, that Washington criminality that’s caused the problems for all of us in the first place.” Lydon also defended President Trump’s attacks on the mainstream media, stating, “more power to him.” “I mean, from day one, I remember like CNN were bitching about Donald Trump’s tie length. ‘Oh, look at that length, that’s obviously indicating something.’ “It’s not an issue,” said Lydon. “Then as time went by the criticisms became more and...
    Raspberry Pi 400 packs a full computer into a keyboard for $70 11 Ajax players test positive for COVID-19 ahead of UCL travel day Sacha Baron Cohen Recalls Feeling Terrified While Going Undercover as Donald Trump for Borat 2 © Provided by People Michael Rozman/Warner Bros. Sacha Baron Cohen's plan to impersonate President Trump for Borat 2 was almost ruined right before it got started. The actor returned to his iconic Borat character for the sequel, now streaming on Amazon Prime, where he tackled the upcoming election. Borat this time comes to America with his 15-year-old daughter Tutar, played by Maria Bakalova, hoping to offer her to Vice President Mike Pence. Borat encounters real-life unsuspecting people along the way, and even tries to pass off as Trump at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Cohen explained on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he wore prosthetics and a fat suit to...
    DONALD Trump Jr slammed “clown” CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer and the mainstream media for “pushing a liberal agenda” as storefronts board-up in anticipations for a possible unrest on election night. “I never thought I would see so many buildings here in the nation’s capital boarded-up on the eve of a presidential election in anticipation of possible unrest,” Blitzer tweeted. 3Donald Trump Jr blasted CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer on Twitter, calling him a 'clown'Credit: Getty - Contributor Don Jr responded to the news anchor, saying, “You’re a clown. I never thought I’d see an entire main stream media complex lie so badly and pour so much fuel on fires to cause this type of unrest. "You a-holes and your liberal agenda built that," Trump Jr added. Blitzer’s tweet was accompanied by a video showing a building and business boarded-up just before Tuesday’s election. Businesses and retailers across the country have...
    There’s a favorite expression of President Trump’s — some variation of  “Nobody’s ever seen before” or “Nobody’s ever seen anything like this.” He says it to emphasize the good (unemployment numbers) or the bad (illegal immigration) or something that in the future could be good (your 401k if Trump’s elected) or bad (your 401k if Biden’s elected). Sometimes, he’s right. Sometimes, it’s hyperbole, his version of You won’t believe your eyes, but never has the expression been more true than when it comes to the enthusiasm we’re seeing for this president. It’s literally something nobody’s ever seen before, and I say that as someone who remembers Ronald Reagan’s triumphant 1984 reelection, when he ended up winning 49 states. Reagan’s reelection was more of a thank you tour for the president on top of an acknowledgment by America that Americans made the correct decision in 1980 to fire Jimmy Carter. We...
    Ivanka Trump, the White House aide and daughter of President Donald Trump, drew a packed crowd in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on Sunday night as she campaigned for her father’s re-election. The enthusiasm was high enough that conga lines started in anticipation of her arrival — including in the “overflow room”: LANCASTER, PA: even the crowds in the OVERFLOW room are PUMPED UP to hear from @IvankaTrump!!! 4️⃣ MORE YEARS! ???????? pic.twitter.com/UnaKK9KxSQ — Carolina H. (@CarolinaLHurley) November 2, 2020 Conga lining to “Celebration” pic.twitter.com/DOoDKlJCFw — Gillian McGoldrick (@gill_mcgoldrick) November 2, 2020 Trump spoke about the difference between her father’s trade policies and those of his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, according to Harrisburg ABC affiliate WHTM: Ivanka Trump spoke to hundreds of people at the Wyndham Resort and Expo Center in East Lampeter Township. “If you want a future of jobs, safety, opportunity and freedom there is one choice in this election...
    President Donald Trump said Sunday that he was prepared for a tough legal battle after the presidential election Tuesday, anticipating contested vote counts in several battleground states due to higher than usual mail-in voting. “As soon as that election is over, we’re going in with our lawyers,” Trump told reporters on the campaign trail. President Trump disputed a report that said he would declare himself the winner on election night if he was in the lead, even if all ballots were not received and counted. But he said he would by watching Democrat-governed states very closely for any kind of cheating. “We don’t want to have Pennsylvania, where you have a political governor — a very partisan guy — and we don’t want to have other states — like Nevada, where you have the head of the Democratic clubhouse as your governor,” he said. Trump said that Democrat activists would...