World Television shines its cameras on Donald Trump from October 26 to November 1
Fact check: Joe Biden called 'forces of intolerance,' not Trump supporters, the 'dregs of society'
Accounts linked to President Donald Trump and his family claim that Joe Biden called Trump supporters the "dregs of society." In reality, he said that about "forces of intolerance."A campaign account, Trump War Room, claimed on Twitter that the remark was in reference to "Trump supporters.
This week, the channels are mobilizing for the presidential election in the United States. This will notably be the case with "Which President for America?" ", On Arte," Donald Trump: is he really capable of the worst? "On W9, and" Trump, America outraged? ", On France 5.
Every Sunday, Ouest-France teams up with TV Magazine to find the must-see programs for the coming week. Our selection from Monday October 26 to Sunday November 1 focuses on the current tenant of the White House.
Trump's ad strategy targeting senior citizens: I recovered from COVID-19 and so can America
“Don’t let it dominate you. Don’t be afraid of it,” said Trump, who suggested he might be immune to COVID-19. “You’re going to beat it.”“President Trump is recovering from the coronavirus and so is America,” the narrator says. “President Trump tackled the virus head on, as leaders should.
"Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me old when I will NEVER call him little fat? ", " Meryl Streep, one of Hollywood's most overpriced actresses, is a Hillary Clinton stooge " or even " Lebron James was interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon " : Here are some of the nuanced assertions that adornDonald Trump facing Joe Biden on Arte 's Twitter account, and which amuse, or not, his followers.
This week, French television has therefore decided to focus on this extraordinary political personality by broadcasting numerous documentaries.
Tuesday, October 27, Arte opens the ball at 8:50 pm by asking himself a question: Which president for America? The Franco-German channel not only portrays the current President of the United States, but also that of his Democratic opponent.
Puerto Rico, unable to vote, becomes crucial to US election
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The campaigns of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are rallying people in a place where U.S. citizens cannot cast ballots but have the ear of hundreds of thousands of potential voters in the battleground state of Florida. The candidates are targeting Puerto Rico in a way never before seen, with the U.S. territory suddenly finding itself in the crosshairs of a high-stakes race even though Puerto Ricans on the island cannot vote in presidential elections despite being U.S. citizens since 1917. Campaigners know this, but they hope those on the island will push relatives and friends on the U.S.
Directors Mike Wiser and Michael Kirk will dissect the values, the promises of the two candidates, as well as their conception of power. Then they will put their respective backgrounds into perspective to better distinguish them.Canal + and W9: "bikers" against
archive images On Wednesday October 28, W9 in turn wonders, in the first part of the evening, in a documentary entitled Donald Trump: is he really capable of the worst?
Relying on little-known archive images, or even unpublished testimonies, the M6 group's channel will peel the billionaire's journey as fascinating as it is disconcerting. This documentary, which will be followed by a debate refereed by Nathalie Renoux, will face the same evening an investigation broadcast on Canal + called Bikers for Trump: the White House squadron.
The curious will discover this group of bikers whose loyalty to the president has no limits. These bearded backpackers crisscross the entire territory with their whirring machine in order to take the temperature of his electorate, then advise their mentor.Trump or the sense of spectacle on France 5
Finally, Sunday, November 1, France 5 draws the Trump investigation in prime time, America outraged? Director Rob Coldstream will correlate his love for reality TV with his controversial presidency.
With the testimonies of his own collaborators, from Steve Bannon to Anthony Scaramucci, the journalist demonstrates with pedagogy that his actions are essentially nourished by his sense of spectacle and his absolute ambition: to remain at all costs on the front of the stage.
Fighter jets fire flares, escort plane from airspace near Trump event in Arizona .
U.S. fighter jets escorted a plane flying in restricted airspace near President Donald Trump's rally in Bullhead City, Arizona.The North American Aerospace Defense Command tweeted that it sent two F-16s to investigate "a general aviation aircraft that was not in communication" with air-traffic controllers as it neared Bullhead City.