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May 15, 2020
The top super PAC backing President Trump’s re-election campaign is going up with new commercials in three crucial general election battleground states that accuse former Vice President Joe Biden of being soft on China.
The spots by America First Action Super PAC will start running Friday in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin and are part of an existing $10 million ad buy that started last month.
“For five decades in Washington, Joe Biden’s been wrong on China. Decade after decade Biden voted for weak, job-killing trade deals,” the narrator charges in the ad slated to run in Pennsylvania. “Joe Biden the toast of China while over 100,000 of our jobs left Pennsylvania.”
May 14, 2020
CNN is being accused of burying a poll it conducted that showed good news for President Donald Trump, who is leading by a wide margin among voters in 15 battleground states.
The CNN poll, which was conducted by SSRS and surveyed 1,112 respondents — including 1,001 registered voters — between May 7 and May 10 found that the president has a commanding lead overall in battleground states when compared to former Vice President Joe Biden.
May 13, 2020
Garcia defeated Democrat candidate Christy Smith by 12 points in the special election for the seat previously held by Democrat Rep. Katie Hill who resigned in disgrace in October 2019.
In Wisconsin, Republican Tom Tiffany easily beat Democrat Tricia Zunker by 15 points for the seat vacated by Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI).
“Tom Tiffany beat his Democrat rival BIG in Wisconsin,” Trump wrote. “Two great Congressional WINS!”
Trump endorsed both candidates.
Trump Campaign and RNC have a record fundraising April campaign, RNC raise $212 million in first quarter amid impeachment, coronavirus
May 11, 2020
The Trump Campaign and the Republican National Committee raised a record amount in April.
The joint fundraising committees brought in $61.7 million, a record for the month, according to a campaign statement. . The to date total comes to over $742 million, $288 million more than the Obama re-election effort had at this same point.
The joint entities continue to be in a strong financial position, with over $255 million cash on hand.
“While day-to-day life may have slowed this past month, enthusiasm and support for this President has not.,” said RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel in a statement. “With their time, resources, and ultimately their vote, Americans across this country continue to put their faith in President Trump.”
April 13, 2020
President Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee brought in more than $63 million in March, bringing their first-quarter fundraising total to more than $212 million amid the coronavirus crisis.
The Trump campaign, the RNC and its authorized joint-fundraising committees (Trump Victory 2020 and Trump Make America Great Again Committee) on Monday touted their fundraising success during the first quarter of 2020 — which covered the president’s Senate impeachment trial and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new figures released Monday continue to show the campaign with a huge cash advantage over the Democrats, just as former Vice President Joe Biden becomes the party’s presumptive nominee to take on the president.
April 7, 2020
If Adam Schiff is any indication, Democrats expect President Donald Trump to be around for a while.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman, fresh out of self-isolation and champing for the public attention another attack on the Trump administration will bring, tacitly announced Tuesday that he’s planning yet another investigation into the executive branch.
This time he’s looking into Trump’s firing last week of the inspector general whose apparently credulous reading of a complaint filed in August by a “whistleblower” that led to Trump’s impeachment in December helped spark the whole affair.
April 4, 2020
President Donald Trump came out strongly against attempts to expand mail-in voting by Democrats, arguing that the practice will increase the likelihood of voting fraud.
During Friday’s White House press briefing, ABC’s Jonathan Karl — citing concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak — asked the president if he feels the country should prepare to vote by mail in the November election.
December 11, 2019
Even though the House of Representatives is busy drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, two new polls show that the majority of Americans are still against removing him from office.
A Quinnipiac University poll revealed that 51 percent of registered voters surveyed think Trump should not be impeached and removed from office, while 45 percent said he should be.
These results signal a change in voter opinion since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry; this is the first poll in which more than half of the voters think the president should not be impeached.
December 11, 2019
A teenage girl in Michigan says that a pin supporting President Donald Trump was ripped off her shirt by one of her teachers.
Mason, Michigan, student Sadie Earegood, 16, says she was assaulted by her media technology teacher during school hours due to her support of the president, according to WILX-TV.
She alleges that the teacher, identified as Paul Kato, ripped off her “Women for Trump” pin after first telling her he didn’t like it.
December 11, 2019
Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) invited his Democratic colleagues to attend President Donald Trump’s second inauguration in 2021 during the House Judiciary Committee’s debate over articles of impeachment on Wednesday evening.
Buck led an important stretch of questioning during last Wednesday’s hearing of legal experts, when — in an exchange with George Washington University Law School Professor Jonathan Turley — he made the point that under Democrats’ weak standard of “abuse of power for political benefit,” nearly every president in the history of the United States would have to be impeached, including Trump’s immediate predecessor, Barack Obama.