The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) will mute President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden during the two-minute response times allotted to their opponents for commenting on topics during Thursday's debate in Nashville.The upcoming debate topics included fighting COVID-19, American families, national security, leadership, climate change, and race in America.The Biden campaign responded to Stepien's letter by suggesting that he was lying.TRUMP TO PRESS BIDEN ON HUNTER BIDEN EMAIL STORIES IF DEBATE MODERATOR DOESN'T, ADVISER SAYS“The Trump campaign is lying about that now because Donald Trump is afraid to face more questions about his disastrous COVID response."Maybe we should give the moderator a mute button, given how President Trump just interrupts at will," Schumer said a day after the first debate.
With multiple polls predicting a clear Biden victory in the November Election, Democrats are getting an uncomfortable sense of déjà vu given that polls in the final weeks of the 2016 election overwhelmingly predicted a victory for Hillary Clinton.In many national polls, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads Trump by 10 or more points.A new public opinion poll by EPIC/MRA earlier this month, showed Biden leading Trump 48%-39% among likely voters.Unlike 2016, there is no formidable third-party candidate, and perceptions of Biden are not as negative as they were of Hillary Clinton.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPA post on the website acknowledged the errors in the 2016 polling methodology.
"So he looked at the hard drive, and when he looked at the hard drive, he was very concerned with what he saw."The hard drive allegedly contained the emails, which were first published by the New York Post and later obtained by Fox News.Some of the memos clearly talk about illegal activity and contradict what he [the shop owner] was hearing on television."After the shop owner called the FBI, Giuliani went on, "the FBI came.One person the shop owner contacted was former federal prosecutor Robert Costello, Giuliani's own personal attorney.
The Intercept founding editor Glenn Greenwald accussed the mainstream media Monday of "blatant rank-closing and [implementing a] cone of silence" around last week's New York Post bombshell reports detailing Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings."I don't think that the emails -- so far -- reveal a huge scandal," Greenwald wrote on Twitter.The huge scandal to me is the blatant rank-closing and cone of silence -- a prohibition -- erected *by journalists* around this story to defend Biden.""When you report a huge archive, there's no way to prove the negative that none of it is altered," Greenwald explained."It’s been going on for four straight years now," he claimed, "and there’s no sign of it stopping anytime soon."
The document allegedly signed by Biden details repair work that was to be performed on three MacBook Pro laptops at “The Mac Shop” in Wilmington, Delaware.Aside from the signature, the paperwork notes Biden’s name in the “bill to” section for a cost of $85.next Image 1 of 5prev next Image 2 of 5prev next Image 3 of 5prev next Image 4 of 5prev Image 5 of 5Isaac received a subpoena to testify before U.S. District Court in Delaware on Dec. 9, 2019, the documents show.The Biden campaign has denied that Joe Biden or Hunter Biden engaged in any wrongdoing.Trump administration officials have attested to these facts under oath,” Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement.