Menacing notes are just the latest example of the threats, theft, and electoral shenanigans surrounding the final days of campaign season in New Hampshire.
Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss last night’s presidential debate, points Trump missed, Biden’s many lies, and more.
The eminent Indian journalist Shekhar Gupta writes: “Our air IS filthy."
As a statement of fact, his assessment is on mostly solid ground.
Last night, Biden suggested that Trump is "responsible" for more than 220,000 deaths; Trump said that 2.2 million people had been "expected to die."
The announcement comes just after Trump said he has informed Congress of his plan to remove Sudan from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.
What counts most are the days after the debate – the take-aways, the news clips, the fact checks. In this regard, Biden did poorly.
It’s frustrating to see how many points Trump leaves on the table by simply not knowing his own brief.
The Trump campaign hopes 2020 will turn out to be a replay of 2016.