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Biden Floats Issuing An Executive Order Requiring Every American To Wear Masks

Former Vice President Joe Biden floated the idea Thursday of issuing an executive order requiring all Americans to wear masks to curb the spread of coronavirus. Wearing a mask can make the difference between life and death in some circumstances, Biden told a CBS affiliate in Pittsburgh. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee suggested that making masks a requirement could help ...

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Celebrities, Former Democratic Presidential Candidates To Hold Virtual Rallies For Biden

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A number of high-profile Democrats are set to hold virtual events in the upcoming weeks for the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, Joe Biden, according to an email obtained by The Hill. Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is set to host a virtual reception for Biden on July 9, according to The Hill. Former 2020 Democratic ...

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Democrats Announce Scaled-Back Convention Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Joe Biden is slated to accept the Democratic nomination for president at the party’s convention in Milwaukee, but the event will be scaled back and delegates are encouraged not to attend in person, the Democratic National Convention Committee said Wednesday. The committee said that the convention would relocate to the Wisconsin Center, a smaller venue in downtown Milwaukee than the ...

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Here’s How Much Money Obama Helped Raise For Joe Biden

A virtual fundraiser held between former President Barack Obama and Joe Biden raised $11 million according to the Biden campaign’s director of strategic communications. “A Bromance fundraiser with  @JoeBiden (46) and  @BarackObama (44) bringing in $7.6 million,” the director, Kamau M. Marshall, wrote on Twitter. “FYI — This is the most money raised by a single Biden event this cycle,” ...

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Kentucky Democrats Locked In Tight Race For Senate Nomination

Democrats Amy McGrath and state Rep. Charles Booker are locked in a tight race to see who will take on Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November. With less than 10% of precincts reporting, McGrath is leading Booker, who championed progressive ideas like the Green New Deal and Medicare-For-All, 44% to 39.6%, according to The Washington Post. Due to ...

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Pro-Trump Super Pac Rolls Out Ad Questioning Whether Biden Has Dementia

A super PAC supporting President Donald Trump released an advertisement Wednesday questioning whether former Vice President and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden is suffering from a form of dementia that could hurt his ability to govern the United States. “Does Joe Biden have the mental capacity to keep America safe?” asks a narrator in the ad, titled “Lost His Mind.” ...

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24-Year-Old Madison Cawthorn Wins GOP Nomination For Mark Meadows’s Seat In Stunning Upset

Madison Cawthorn, the 24-year-old CEO of a real estate investment company and a motivational speaker, won the Republican runoff in North Carolina’s 11th district Tuesday. Cawthorn had received more than 65% of the vote against Lynda Bennett by the time poll watchers called the race. Cawthorn is likely to win the November election for the safe Republican seat, which was ...

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University Of Michigan Withdraws From Hosting October Debate

The University of Michigan officially withdrew from hosting the Oct. 15 presidential debate over coronavirus concerns. “It is with great disappointment that I must ask for the University of Michigan to be released from its agreement with the Commission on Presidential Debates to host the Presidential Debate on Oct. 15, 2020,” Mark Schlissel, the president of the University of Michigan, ...

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Lack Of Kentucky Polling Places Threatens To Derail Primary

Kentucky holds its presidential and down-ballot primaries Tuesday amid growing fears over long lines, understaffed polling places and delayed results. The state could be the latest to have its primary unfold in a chaotic manner, mirroring scenarios previously witnessed in Georgia and Washington, D.C.  In Louisville, the state’s largest city with approximately 600,000 people, all in-person voters will have to ...

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‘They Don’t Know What They’re Talking About’: Trump Campaign Manager Addresses Allegations Trump Rally Was Trolled

The Trump campaign rejected a claim alleging that President Donald Trump’s Saturday rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma was trolled by an army of TikTok users. Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale denied the allegation in a statement Sunday and attacked the media for pushing the story, according to Politico. “Leftists and online trolls doing a victory lap, thinking they somehow impacted rally ...

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Biden Up 12 Points Against Trump: Fox Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 12 points nationwide, according to a Fox News poll. Support for the former vice president is at 50%, while support for Trump stands at 38%, the poll showed. The 12-point gap is an increase from the previous Fox News poll, released in mid-May, which gave Biden an eight-point advantage over ...

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Kentucky National Guard to Assist With Primary Election

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More than 200 Kentucky National Guardsmen will assist local officials at polling locations around the state for Kentucky’s June 23 primary election as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Guardsmen — who will serve out of uniform — will perform nonelection officer duties, such as setting up and cleaning poll locations and assisting with traffic, parking ...

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For Your Consideration: 2020 GOP Candidates/Races Spotlight Series – Part 1

If you have an anxiety disorder skip ahead to the next paragraph – a kind of joke. There are 138 days, 9 hours, 59 minutes, and 32 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 ...

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Liberal FAIL: Iowa Grandma Attempts To Troll Trump Into Speaking In Front Of An Empty Auditorium

A 51-year-old Iowa woman has led an effort get President Donald Trump to address an empty auditorium when he speaks at a campaign rally next week. Mary Jo Laupp posted a video on video sharing platform TikTok last week encouraging her followers to register for Trump’s campaign rally in Oklahoma and then not attend. The plan is designed to purchase ...

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Hickenlooper Faces Criticism For Ethics Violations Ahead Of Primary

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, now a candidate for U.S. Senate, has faced growing criticism over alleged ethics violations two weeks out from the state’s primary election. During two debates last week, Hickenlooper, who is running against former state representative Andrew Romanoff in the Democratic primary to challenge Republican Sen. Cory Gardner in November, repeatedly defended himself over an ethics ...

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