President Trump self-declared himself the likely winner in multiple races that are too early to call earlier Wednesday morning, vowing to take the 2020 presidential election results to the Supreme Court to stop a “very sad group of people” who are “trying to disenfranchise” voters and the election by committing massive act of fraud.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden in yet another gaffe this time just days before the first debate against President Trump, completely botched the Pledge of Allegiance Monday during a campaign event in Wisconsin.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden declined to answer whether he would pack the Supreme Court if elected president as retribution for Republicans confirming President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the general election.
President Trump will hit the road next week, campaigning in four states the same time Democrats will virtually gather for the Democratic National Convention.
President Trump threatened to withhold federal funds two states with Democratic governors that are expanding mail-in-voting access in an effort to avoid crowded polling centers amid the coronavirus pandemic.