This 10-second Trump clip is the best Biden ad of the 2020 Presidential campaign

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It only took a few hours before the Biden campaign turned a riff from a President Trump rally into a brilliant slogan. On Saturday evening, President Trump held a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He began his speech by praising recently deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, then assuring his gathered supporters he would answer their chants to “Fill that seat.” Read Full Story

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New Biden campaign ad fights Trump BS fire with Trump BS fire

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In response to President Trump using Dr. Fauci’s words out of context, the Biden campaign did some selective quoting of Trump himself. One of the most common new hobbies over the past four years has been for critics of President Trump to retweet his old tweets that directly contradict something he’s said or done on any given day. There’s always a tweet, right? Last month, the Biden campaign used a 10-second clip of President Trump during a rally speech saying, “If I lose to him, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I will never speak to you again . . . . You’ll never see me again.” Read Full Story

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The border wall is destroying ecosystems. Biden can fix it

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The miles of wall built by the Trump administration have interrupted animal migration paths and caused enormous ecological damage. Even if Biden won’t remove it, he can take actions to mitigate the problem. While Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign focused heavily on his “build the wall” slogan, the story of the Trump administration’s actual wall is one of billions in government spending, fraudulent fundraising campaigns, and failed promises (no payment from Mexico has come yet). But hundreds of miles of wall were successfully built, so its most lasting legacy might be the ecological destruction it has wrought. Even if President-elect Joe Biden doesn’t remove the wall entirely, environmentalists hope he will take steps to mitigate its damage. Read Full Story

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Can Biden do more than just undoing Trump’s anti-immigration legacy?

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A backlash from Trump—and a need for essential workers—may create the urgency for Biden to push for real immigration reform, not just administrative fixes. It’s now an image forever etched into the history of America: Donald Trump descending the gold escalator of his Fifth Avenue hotel to announce his candidacy for president. The words he delivered after would be just as long-lasting. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” he famously spouted, not even two minutes into his 45-minute campaign launch speech . “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” It was evident from the very start that Donald Trump’s presidency was founded on anti-immigrant sentiment. Read Full Story

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Election experts explain why President Trump’s ‘vote twice’ statements are so dangerous

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The president repeatedly advised North Carolina voters to vote both absentee and in person. It’s easily detected, and a felony in most states. Over the Labor Day weekend President Trump again urged his supporters to attempt to vote twice in the November election. He said the following about mail-in ballots during a “tele-rally” for North Carolina voters on Saturday: Read Full Story

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How coronavirus could completely upend the 2020 presidential campaign

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From debates with no audience to cancelled rallies, the election is going to look very different, with a steep drop in canvassing and traditional face-to-face contacts and an increased reliance on digital messaging and TV advertising. In recent weeks, the Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus has become a major issue in the presidential campaign, with both Democratic frontrunners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders criticizing the president’s initial attempts to minimize the severity of the virus. Read Full Story

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Assemble the shadow cabinet: How Joe Biden can beat Trump at his own reality TV game

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With a little bit of creativity, Biden can pioneer an entirely new kind of remote campaign—a savvy twist on microtargeting for the social media era. Maybe none of this matters. Maybe the presidential election will be solely determined by how Donald Trump handles the coronavirus, and the end result will be the same whether Joe Biden runs an effective, vigorous campaign or goes on vacation for the next six months. But if you’re a Democrat, hiding out in your basement doesn’t feel like a winning strategy. Biden’s home videos and avuncular podcast, “Here’s the Deal,” aren’t exactly catching fire. Meanwhile Trump is dominating the airwaves, using daily coronavirus briefings to broadcast political rallies from the White House lawn. Team Biden needs to amp up the X factor if it wants to recapture the public’s waning attention. Read Full Story

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‘He’s actively cheating already’: Mary Trump on her uncle’s campaign

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The president’s niece says that his debate strategy was driven by recent revelations about his taxes. I talked to Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, the morning after Tuesday’s presidential debate, perhaps the worst debate in the history of U.S. politics. The spectacle was made miserable by Donald Trump, a political animal who after almost four years as our president we still don’t know quite how to handle. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden is the president. Here are some executive actions he is expected to take

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The new president will arrive at the White House with a plan to unpack his predecessor’s legacy swiftly and aggressively. Today’s presidential inauguration marks the transition of power between two diametrically, couldn’t-be-more opposed political leaders. And according to reports, newly elected Joe Biden will arrive at the White House with a plan to unpack his predecessor Donald Trump’s legacy more swiftly and aggressively than we’ve seen in modern history. Read Full Story

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Donald Trump is a loser

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And thankfully, we’ll also be losing these 14 things as we usher the loser out and welcome Joe Biden as the new president. As the expression goes, Donald Trump was born on third base and thought he hit a triple. Knowing his penchant for spectacular confabulations, however, he might instead say that he was born an inch away from home plate and was sure he invented baseball. Read Full Story

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