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Obama Encourages Democrats to Vote For Biden Despite Disastrous Debate

Former President Barack Obama urged Democrats to vote for President Joe Biden in the upcoming election, despite his heavily criticized debate performance this week.

Amid Debate Concerns, Major Democratic Donors Push for Biden’s Exit

Following President Joe Biden's problematic performance in the first U.S. presidential debate, significant Democratic Party funders have voiced serious worries about the candidate's campaign....

House Committee Votes to Declare J6 Committee Illegitimate

The Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG) voted on Tuesday night to consider the January 6 committee illegitimate.

Trump Free to Speak About Jurors and Witnesses as Gag Order Partially Lifted

On Tuesday, a judge lifted Donald Trump's gag order, allowing him to speak freely about jurors and witnesses in the hush money criminal trial...

New York Appeals Court Denies Trump’s Bid to Lift Gag Order

Trump's attempt to challenge a gag order in Alvin Bragg's case was rejected by a New York Appeals court on Tuesday, following the jury's...

Gen-Z Influencers Feel Betrayed by Biden, Withhold Re-Election Support

Hundreds of the most prominent TikTok video artists united in 2020 with the singular objective of electing Joe Biden. To aid Biden in defeating...

Biden’s Campaign Adopts Bold Wednesday Strategy Amid Trump Trial

President Joe Biden's campaign seems to be trying to channel a catty, unprofessional energy to gain media attention amid former President Donald Trump's hush...

No Labels Plans Presidential Candidate Despite High-Profile Declines

No Labels, a third-party political organization, intends to proceed with a presidential candidate this November, even as prominent contenders have declined to enter the...

U.S. National Debt Raises By $1 Trillion Every Three Months

The United States national debt is reportedly now increasing by $1 trillion every 100 days, according to reports.

Republicans Eye Senate Majority as Prospects Brighten in Key States

The Republican Party sees promising prospects for achieving a Senate majority this year, with potential victories looming in Maryland and Montana, and a smoother...

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