Glenn Youngkin convinced voters that he was less Trump but more in tune on their issues. Was it a con?
Trump spent his first 100 days with grandiose promises that were never delivered. Biden acted on his promises without bragging
The focus must be on a winning issue that resonates with voters.
After four years of chaos and the lessons of a Capitol riot, a new President and his party have lost patience with delays and blocks by the opposition
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden each has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. Biden’s
So far, his focus on protests and violence in some cities have not registered with voters as Biden continues to lead and dominate the election.
Dealing with issues are hard enough. Dealing with them in social media adds another level of misinformation and mistrust.
Different campaign promises, wildly divergent paths to reach their goals in an election that offers stark differences between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
Exaggerations and outright lies mark business as usual by America’s president.