2020 Election

Twelve Days That Will Shake the World

Column: What Trump's debate win means for the 2020 campaign

Donald Trump And Joe Biden Participate In Final Debate Before Presidential ElectionPresident Trump needed a strong debate performance to have any hope of slowing Joe Biden's momentum in the closing days of the 2020 campaign. And a strong debate performance is what he delivered. Trump didn't interrupt Biden or moderator Kristen Welker of NBC News. There was considerably less shouting than at the first debate. You could actually understand what was going on. And Trump was on message. He contrasted his record, policies, and outsider persona with Biden's. He argued for coping with the pandemic while re-opening the economy and resuming in-person schooling. Perhaps most important, he defined Biden as a typical politician who is all talk and no action. And he seized on Biden's unforced error toward the end of the debate, when the former vice president admitted that he wants to "transition" from an economy fueled by oil and gas.

Slip of the Gun

Upstate New York Dem struggles to answer about past support for assault-weapons ban

The Democratic nominee for New York's 21st Congressional District stumbled over a question about gun bans during a Wednesday-night debate.

Biden Campaign Pulls Ad After Free Beacon Report

Dems sold tech heir as small business owner

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign took down an ad that portrayed a wealthy tech investor backed by family money as a struggling bar owner just hours after a Washington Free Beacon report.