“I think it is an act of violence.” As Twitter begins to tackle Trump’s tweets, targets of his harassment speak out.
Trump's Attack On Vote-By-Mail Plans In Key 2020 States Is "Misinformation," A Top State Official Says
“There is so much misinformation in those tweets that I don't know how to weigh any of it other than to simply just cut through and speak the truth,” Michigan’s secretary of state said.
Donald Trump Talked About How Much He Loved His Mom On Fox News As News Broke Of Historic Job Losses
Trump spent the morning where he feels most comfortable — obsessing over perceived personal enemies, rather than a pandemic and economic crisis he is unable to control.
She Was A 93-Year-Old "Firecracker" Who Loved Fast Cars And Bingo Before She Died Of The Coronavirus
On March 27, Ruth Harrington's ashes were laid to rest at a plot next to her husband — the same day he was buried, in 2006 — and it also was their wedding anniversary.
There’s never been anything like Trump’s daily White House press conferences before.
Trump emphasized that wearing a mask to slow the spread of the coronavirus is voluntary under a new CDC recommendation.
The presidential campaign is now almost completely digital, a space where Biden has long lagged and Trump has flourished.
“It is the ghastly reality of what we deal with and where some of us have ended up already,” the New York City nurse said.
Home health aides are at risk, and many of them are without adequate protection from COVID-19. “We really feel under threat.”
“I gave it two weeks.” Trump is running out of patience with his advisers’ focus on saving lives amid the coronavirus outbreak.
"One of my good friends pointed out to me I could starve to death because I don't know how to cook," the former New York City mayor said.
How do you live when you don’t trust your leader to do the right thing?
“The bigotry against actual or would-be immigrants kind of goes hand in hand with the scapegoating of those same groups at a time of medical crisis.”
The incident comes at a time of increasing concern about the rise of white nationalism in the country and as Sanders runs to become the first Jewish president.
For the first time, two Jewish politicians are serious contenders for the presidency. There's deep anxiety among American Jews over what that will mean.
The strategy seems to be less about literal winning than, as is often the case in Trump world, the energy and appearance of winning. The other (also weird) caucus.
“If you pick one candidate right now, the passion of Bernie followers is concerning,” a Republican member of Congress said in Iowa.
Dozens of high-profile Trump allies, and the president himself, are descending on Iowa over the next week.
The former mayor is launching a coalition targeting Jewish voters and building a platform in keeping with traditional Democratic rhetoric on Israel.
Trump's reelection campaign, after spending much of 2019 focused on other Democrats, keeps talking about Sanders in 2020.