President Biden crossed the Potomac River Tuesday night to stump for Democrat Terry McAuliffe, focusing his remarks about former President Donald Trump just ahead of next week’s tight Virginia’s gubernatorial election that will serve as a referendum on his ten-month presidency amid his dismal approving ratings.
Former President Trump ripped into the latest “failing” New York Times for its “completely misleading” investigation hit-piece on Monday regarding his campaign issuing millions in refunds to donors who claimed they unwittingly signed up to be recurring donors, saying the “dispute rate” was less than 1 percent while adding that Republicans defeated the “cheating Democrats” at their own fundraising game.
In his first on-camera interview since leaving the White House over two months ago, former President Donald Trump gave his strongest indication that he will make the ultimate comeback in 2024, telling supporters to keep the “hope” when asked about the possibility of running.
Former President Trump seized on President Joe Biden’s stumbling several times when attempting to board Air Force One Friday morning, mocking him by wondering how did he ever “lose to him” following this week’s tumbles and gaffes from his successor.
President Biden in his latest gaffe referred to his vice president, Kamala Harris, as “President Harris” during remarks offering updates on the latest number of progress of Americans receiving the COVID vaccine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted to President Joe Biden calling him a “killer,” challenging the American counterpart to take part in a live debate, but the White House is refusing to take up this challenge, saying the president is “quite busy.”