Politics Election 2020 Today: Trump's power move; Biden courted
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Here’s what’s, 40 days until Election Day:
ON THE TRAIL: President Donald Trump visits North Carolina and Florida and Vice President Mike Pence visits Wisconsin and Minnesota.
President Donald Trump and Joe Biden brace for vicious match-up in first presidential debate in Cleveland
Analysts expect a bruising first presidential debate hinged on personal attacks as the Biden and Trump face off for the first time in Cleveland.President Trump dismisses a New York Times report alleging years of tax avoidance
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TRUMP BALKS: Trump is declining to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 presidential election.His Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, responded by asking, “What country are we in?”
BIDEN'S COURT: Some leading progressives are pressing Biden to endorse expanding the number of high court justices should he win the White House and Democrats take control of the Senate. But, worried they may intensify the nation’s partisan split.
Anthony Scaramucci says first presidential debate was an 'embarrassment' to the U.S.
"I don't think anybody won," said Scaramucci, a hedge fund investor who briefly served as Trump's White House communications chief. © Provided by CNBC Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of Skybridge Capital, served briefly as White House communications director in 2017. SINGAPORE — The first debate between U.S.
POMPEO STUMPS: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is ignoring criticism and forging ahead with events that have overtly political overtones ahead of the presidential election.
‘Trump was like a wild beast’
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“NAKED BALLOTS”:, hoping to avert worried predictions that 100,000 votes or more could be invalidated because the ballots aren’t put in the proper envelope.
Are the nation’s voting systems secure? The nation’s intelligence chiefs continue to warn that Russia, China and others remain interested in interfering in November's U.S. elections. Read more in , a new series of stories answering questions from our audience about the election.
Donald Trump sidesteps call to condemn white supremacists — and the Proud Boys were 'extremely excited' about it
Debate moderator Chris Wallace asked if Donald Trump would urge groups to stand down and avoid contributing to the violence. He sidestepped.Watch the key moments from the first presidential debate
Video: Bernie Sanders plans news conference on Trump's 'threats' to democracy (FOX News)
Democrat Joe Biden tests negative for coronavirus after President Trump reports positive test .
Democrat Joe Biden has tested negative for coronavirus, his doctor announced Friday, hours after President Donald Trump announced a positive testDr. Kevin O'Connor, the primary care physician, said Biden and his wife Jill were each tested and "COVID-19 was not detected.