The Trump campaign on Wednesday announced that it will request a recount in the state of Wisconsin as Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden currently has a “razor-thin lead” over President Trump by 0.6%.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced in a statement Monday evening that President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off during portions of the final presidential debate, while each candidate will be given two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of each debate segment.
President Trump attacked CNN over its endless coverage of the Coronavirus coverage during a campaign rally in Prescott, Arizona Monday afternoon, calling the liberal biased network a “dumb bastards” for focusing on the pandemic and giving panic as a way to discourage people “out of voting.”
President Trump told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo Thursday morning that he not going to “waste my time” in participating in the upcoming second presidential debate now that it is set to become a virtual event.
Trump 2020 reelection campaign announced Saturday for the final month before Election Day the launch of “Operation MAGA,” that will consist of a “full marshaling of top-level surrogates, campaign coalitions and Trump supporters to rally behind the president and carry the campaign forward” until President Trump recovers from COVID-19 and can return on the campaign trail.
The Trump campaign has resumed its television adverting, releasing three new 30-second spots set to run in 4 key states Monday morning that cast presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden as a tool of the radical left, after going dark on television airwaves for several days last week as it reevaluated its advertising strategy.