Joe Biden has adopted a strategy that would be unthinkable for a candidate in any ordinary year: He’s largely staying off the campaign trail.
One day after holding their final debate of the 2020 campaign, Joe Biden and Donald Trump continued to portray the future course of the coronavirus pandemic in starkly different terms.
Thanks to the hidden support from voters who are embarrassed to admit they will vote for Donald Trump, the president will be narrowly reelected on Nov. 3, says one of the few pollsters who correctly predicted his 2016 victory.
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden sharply disagreed during Thursday’s final presidential debate of 2020 about how the coronavirus pandemic would play out in the United States over the coming months.
In the closing days of the 2020 election that opinion polls show him likely to lose, President Trump has amended his famous 2016 campaign slogan, promising that, if reelected, he will “make America great again, again.”
President Trump made a fateful decision last week to return to holding mass rallies despite warnings from health officials about doing so during a pandemic.
Donald Trump clashed repeatedly with Savannah Guthrie at the start of Thursday’s town hall on NBC, which had been hastily scheduled after the president pulled out of a previously scheduled debate after contracting COVID-19.
President Trump and his administration have returned to pushing the notion that America should fight the pandemic by attempting to achieve so-called herd immunity.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., accused CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer of being “an apologist” for Republicans as the two parties seek the upper hand in negotiations over a new round of stimulus to aid Americans suffering economic hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Trailing badly in new polls, President Trump tried out an audacious new appeal to voters during his epic live tweeting of Supreme Court confirmation hearings fo Amy Coney Barrett.
The Commission on Presidential Debates announced Friday that it has officially canceled the Oct. 15 debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden after Trump declined to go along with the plan to hold it virtually.
President Trump continued to hail an experimental monoclonal antibody treatment as a “cure” for COVID-19, telling radio host Rush Limbaugh that it sped his recovery from the disease and was “better than a vaccine.”
For months, President Trump has pushed the dubious idea that he and his administration have saved the lives of “potentially 2.2 million people” during the pandemic.
In the vice presidential debate Wednesday, Democratic nominee Sen. Kamala Harris of California accused President Trump and Vice Mike President Pence, the head of the coronavirus task force, of knowing about the threat it posed and said they "covered it up.”
President Trump released a new video from the White House Wednesday in which he said that his contraction of COVID-19 was a “blessing from God."
Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday that if President Trump is still testing positive for COVID-19 that the two candidates “shouldn’t have a debate.”
Joe Biden sharply criticized President Trump's decision to pull out of negotiations with House Democrats on fiscal relief for Americans affected by the pandemic.
Despite having been discharged from Walter Reed hospital on Monday night, President Trump likely remains infectious for COVID-19 and could continue to be so for the next scheduled debate with former Vice President Joe Biden.
With Donald Trump hospitalized with COVID-19 as the 2020 campaign enters its final month, the president’s staffers have begun trotting out a new message to try to resurrect his flagging poll numbers: that catching the deadly disease is a strength, not a weakness.
President Trump released a video statement on Saturday from Walter Reed medical center, where he is being treated for COVID-19.
President Trump’s doctors said Saturday that he was “doing very well” as he continues to be treated at Walter Reed Medical Center after being diagnosed with COVID-19. But the press briefing left more questions about the president’s health than answers.
President Trump was taken to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday hours after he announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.