"If there was one criticism that I would level against the President is he didn't hire very well," said Trump's former acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on CNN Friday morning, in one of the great understatements of 2020 so far. "He did not have experience at running government and didn't know how to put together a team that could work well with him."
Faced with declining poll numbers, signs of revolt within his own party, two losses at the Supreme Court, a country grappling with its relationship to race and an ongoing global pandemic, President Donald Trump's got something else on his mind: Proving that his halting walk down a ramp following a commencement speech at West Point last Saturday was 100% normal.
President Donald Trump's speech at sparsely attended campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, over the weekend was supposed to be a kickstart of a reelection campaign that has been floundering.
Brad Parscale, the president's 2020 campaign manager, did not cast a ballot in the 2016 presidential election.
Many were quick to point out how Barack Obama booked Bruno Mars at his Fourth of July party in 2015, while President Donald Trump had a man sing a cover of Mars' song at this year's event
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Monday weighed in on President Donald Trump's chances in the upcoming 2020 presidential election as polling shows the incumbent is struggling in battleground states. | Clips
"President Trump: 73-0." That was the headline of a press release from the Republican National Committee on June 10, celebrating their contention that all 73 GOP candidates Donald Trump had endorsed in the 2020 campaign had won.
John Thune, despite being the second-ranking Republican in the Senate, keeps a pretty low profile nationally.
Sometimes the simplest questions are the most revealing.
A half dozen new swing-state polls released Thursday morning suggest that not only would President Donald Trump lose if the election were held today, he would lose in a landslide.
On Tuesday, in front of a crowd of conservative students, President Donald Trump went off-script to decry the push for more mail-in balloting in the 2020 election.
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