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Michelle Obama vs Trump

Former First Lady Michelle Obama would handily beat former President Donald Trump by 11 points, according to a new Reuters-IPSOS poll. As calls grow for President Joe Biden to bow out of the race, Mrs. Obama is the only Democrat ahead of the presumptive Republican nominee in the poll. She would beat Trump 50 to 39, according to the Reuters-IPSOS survey.

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After a disastrous performance in last week’s presidential debate, President Joe Biden faces growing calls to bow out of the election. But members of his family, including his son Hunter Biden, disagree.

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At Thursday night’s presidential debate, former President Donald Trump claimed that the United States is “closer to World War III than anybody can imagine.” He alleged that President Joe Biden has made the U.S. less safe and that Biden will drive the U.S. into a third world war. The Russia-Ukraine war, Trump insinuated, was the new forever war. “These are wars that will never end with him [Biden],” Trump said.” The forty-fifth president also continued to depict Biden as weak, stating that U.S. adversaries Kim Jong-un, Vladimir Putin, and Xi Jinping neither fear nor respect Biden and are thus emboldened.…

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President Joe Biden got off to a rough start in his first presidential debate this year with former President Donald Trump, losing his train of thought for what seemed like an eternity. When he resumed speaking, Biden uttered in a state of confusion, “We finally beat Medicare.” Trump quickly pounced on Biden’s gaffe, responding, “Well, he’s right. He did beat Medicare. He beat it to death and he’s destroying Medicare.”

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Former Pres. Donald Trump was convicted on Thursday on all 34 felony charges by a New York jury in his hush money trial. Trump has made history. He’s the first former U.S. president to be convicted on criminal charges. The verdict does not impact his eligibility to run for president. How will voters respond to the conviction? Sixty-seven of those polled by Marist said a guilty verdict wouldn’t impact their vote. Roughly equal numbers said the decision would either increase or decrease their willingness to vote for Trump. Speaking to reporters outside the courtside, a visibly angry Trump described the…

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