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Race Relations Plummeted While Joe Biden Was Vice President Under Barack Obama

Polling on racial relations turned historically negative during President Barack Obama’s final year in office due in part to the blossoming of the Black Lives Matter movement after the police shootings of two black men. Now, Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden, is running for president as a unifier on race.  Americans’ view on race during President Donald Trump’s first three ...

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Biden Rolls Out ‘Buy American’ Push Three Months After Trump Advisers Held Up A Similar Proposal

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Former Vice President Joe Biden is rolling out an economic plan that includes a pitch to boost American manufacturing and technology firms months after White House advisers reportedly held off on an executive order that sought similar ends. Biden is reportedly expected to announce the new plan Thursday. The plan seeks a $400 billion, four-year increase in government buying of ...

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Poll: Biden Solidifies Support Among Bernie, Warren Voters In Opposition Against Trump

Supporters of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have rallied their support for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a united front against President Trump, according to polls conducted in six battleground states by The New York Times and Siena College. When asked whether they would vote for Biden or Trump, 87 percent of Sanders supporters and 96 percent of ...

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Amy Kennedy, Jeff Van Drew Win New Jersey House Primaries

Former teacher Amy Kennedy won the Democratic primary in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District, beating her main opponent, Brigid Callahan Harrison, after she conceded Tuesday evening, The New York Times reported. The Democratic primary had become more volatile in recent days, with high-ranking New Jersey politicians breaking from one another to endorse their preferred candidate. Gov. Phil Murphy and many ...

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Here’s How Dem Candidates Who Supported Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal Are Faring In The Primaries

Six of the 10 Democratic candidates that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s super PAC supported have gone on to win their primaries.  Sixty of the House Democrats who supported the New York Democrat’s Green New Deal have also won their primaries so far. One candidate supported by Ocasio-Cortez’s super PAC — Jamaal Bowman — campaigned explicitly on the belief that the Green New ...

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Watch: With Ballot Harvest, The Fix is IN!

Imagine a ballot being sent to a person regardless of eligibility, signed by someone else, picked up and delivered by a campaign operative, and still counted. Democrats are trying to legalize ballot harvesting nationwide, and it’s why we are fighting to http://ProtectTheVote.com! Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under ...

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Despite Biden’s claims, Trump tax cut did not add one penny to the deficit

Assumed Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden has already promised to get rid of the Trump / GOP tax cut legislation of 2017. That tax cut package went into effect in 2018.  Biden says that the tax cuts went overwhelmingly to the wealthy.  He further says that the tax cuts added $2 trillion to the Federal debt. Biden’s claim about the effect of the tax cuts ...

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Poll: Support For Trump, GOP Senators Falls In Battleground States

President Donald Trump is losing ground against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden both nationwide and in critical swing states, according to a CNBC poll released Wednesday. The poll shows the president down eight points against former vice-president Biden, who has 49% support overall. In Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, the three states most critical to Trump’s reelection, he trails Biden ...

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‘That’s What We Saw In 2016’: Senate GOP Discounts Presidential Polls Showing Biden’s Wide Lead

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Republicans have expressed skepticism over recent presidential polls that show Democratic nominee Joe Biden expanding his lead over President Donald Trump, The Hill reported Tuesday. In nationwide polls, the president trails Biden by an average of almost 10 points, with recent polls showing spreads as high as 14%. Trump has also fallen behind in critical swing states including Pennsylvania, Michigan ...

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McGrath Edges Out Booker In Kentucky Senate Primary

Democrat Amy McGrath won Kentucky’s senate primary a week after the election began, edging out state Rep. Charles Booker as more absentee ballots were accounted for Tuesday, The New York Times reported. McGrath is now set to take on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November. Results were initially delayed due to the large number of people voting with mail-in ...

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20 Percent Of Likely Democratic Voters Believe Biden Is Suffering From Dementia: Poll

Nearly 40% of likely voters believe that former Vice President Joe Biden is experiencing some form of dementia, according to a new poll published Monday. Twenty percent of Democratic voters believe the presumptive presidential nominee for their party has some form of serious cognitive decline, according to a poll from conservative-leaning pollster Rasmussen Reports. More than 60% of Republicans feel ...

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Biden: Public Schools Will Be Forced To Allow Biological Males On Female Sports Teams

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If former Vice President Joe Biden wins the election in November, public schools across the country would be forced to allow biological males who identify as transgender girls to compete in girls’ sports, according to Biden’s public statements. Though Biden has been slow to talk about the transgender athlete issue specifically — his campaign didn’t return multiple emails seeking comment ...

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Flipping Colorado and Illinois: 2020 GOP Candidates/Races Spotlight Series – Part 2

Again, a warning that if you have an anxiety disorder, skip ahead to the candidate’s section-not even musing. There are 128 days, 20 hours, 44 minutes, and 58 seconds as of this writing until Americans cast their ballots for 2020 elections. That is for all races, not just Presidential. Right Wire Report will be addressing why you should pull the lever for the incumbent ...

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