If Donald Trump is declared the winner after all votes are tabulated, could a legal challenge from Joe Biden hold up the inauguration and stop President Trump from taking office?
There’s a very good chance there will be legal challenges over this election. The Constitution, as amended, is very clear over very few things, but one date that’s set in stone is that on January 20, someone will take the oath of office. It’ll be either someone who meets the criteria to be president after the election (Biden or Trump) or the next in line of presidential succession (Nancy Pelosi), who would serve until the election is sorted out.
The New York Times, claims Joe Biden has created a WAR Room, for a BIG fight over voting and Hillary Clinton has instructed Joe Biden not to concede under any circumstances.
The prospect of Congress and the White House providing much needed coronavirus relief to millions of Americans is getting worse by the day, despite leaders in both parties saying they’re open to a deal.
SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI and Senate Minority Leader CHUCK SCHUMER suggested the Senate GOP Covid bill was toast before it was even released.
Mnuchin instead said Wednesday that his main focus is making sure Congress passes a stopgap measure to keep federal agencies open beyond Sept. 30. As for a coronavirus relief package, Mnuchin said he was unsure if a compromise is possible.
Who controls Washington next year comes down to just a handful of states this year. But don't take our word for it — look at where the parties are spending their money and the candidates are spending their time.
Georgia, Ohio, Texas, Iowa, North Carolina, Florida, Nevada, Arizona, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and New Hampshire.
Two women have been indicted on hate crime charges after grabbing a 7-year-old boy’s “Make America Great Again” cap in front of his mother outside the Democratic National Convention in Delaware.
Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy, both 21, were indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on felony charges of robbery, conspiracy and hate crimes, as well as a misdemeanor charge of endangering the welfare of a child.