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Bill Barr’s DOJ Says Trump’s Denial Of Rape Allegations Is An Official Presidential Act
The Bill Barr Justice Department on Monday continued to intervene on Donald Trump's behalf in a decades-old rape allegation.
After Trump’s Debate Disaster, Commission Announces It Will Mute Mics During 2-Minute Answers
A muted microphone likely won't stop Donald Trump from finding another way to obnoxiously derail the debate.
Trump Cut Off A Highly Classified Intel Meeting Because He Was Bored And Wanted A Milkshake
Most Americans thought Trump was unfit for this office, even before he was elected in 2016. He has spent every day since proving them right.
50 Cent Wants His Followers To Vote for Trump So His Taxes Don’t Go up
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Donald Trump, Joe Biden Mics Will Be Muted For Portions Of Final Debate
The debate commission made a new rule that candidates' microphones will be muted while one is answering a question, The New York Times reported.
Debate Commission Adopts New Rules To Mute Microphones
Donald Trump and Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off while the other delivers opening answers to each debate topic.
Maddow: Biden doesn't need the next debate. Should he even bother?
Rachel Maddow points out that with a lead in the polls, a large number of Americans having already voted, and a disingenuous opponent in Donald Trump, Joe Biden could reasonably decide not to bother with another presidential debate.
Debate Commission Changes Rules Again, Will Cut Mics for Two Minute Responses by Trump and Biden
The Commission on Presidential Debates is at it again, making another last minute rule change to protect Joe Biden from being bested on stage by President Trump. This time the commission announced that each candidate’s microphone will be muted while the other responds for two minutes to a question by moderator Kristen Welker of NBC…
Rachel Maddow Warns American Democracy May Not Survive A Second Trump Term
Over the next 15 days, voters will have to opportunity to resoundingly reject Trump as he pushes this country toward authoritarianism.
Debate commission to mute candidates during their opponent's initial responses to prevent interruptions
Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump will have their microphones muted during portions of the second and final presidential debate on Thursday night, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced on Monday in a decision that angered the President.
'Angry' Trump Attacks Polls, Press And Dr. Fauci
The president told reporters he's not running scared, he's running angry, as he campaigns aggressively in battleground states.
Analysis: 3 reasons why the final presidential debate (still) might not happen
On Thursday night at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will share a debate stage for the last time before the November 3 election.
Documents show alleged Hunter Biden signature, FBI contacts with computer store owner
Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here's what you need to know as you start your day ...Computer shop docs obtained by Fox News allegedly show Hunter Biden signature for repairsDocuments ...
Debate Commission Will Silence Microphone in Final Debate
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) has adopted a new rule ahead of Thursday's second and final presidential debate.
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