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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.

 

President Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for helping broker a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, according to a report.

President Trump's Nobel Peace Prize nomination created shock waves on social media, with conservatives hailing it and liberals railing against it on Wednesday morning.

Trump was nominated by Norwegian Parliament member Christian Tybring-Gjedde, who also serves as chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.

President Trump

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.

Kirstie Alley slammed The Academy for its new representation and inclusion standards for Best Picture eligibility.

The 69-year-old star, who has never won an Oscar, tweeted on Tuesday her disdain for the new diversity rule.

Cops this week released a mugshot of Clara Kraebber — the wealthy Upper East Sider busted during a costly night of rioting in Manhattan last week — along with images of six of her alleged comrades.

The protest was organized by groups calling themselves the “New Afrikan Black Panther Party” and the “Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement.”

New York City is now the only major city in the WORLD that is still not allowing indoor dining despite having an infection rate of less than 1 percent

  • NYC's infection rate has been less than 1 percent for more than a month but restaurants are still closed
  • Every other major city, aside from some in America - specifically California - have allowed indoor dining
  • In London, Paris, Berlin, and even in China, indoor dining has not caused an increase in COVID-19 deaths
  • In the UK, people have been encouraged to eat out to support the dying restaurant industry
  • In NYC, restaurateurs are suing Cuomo and de Blasio for not allowing them to reopen again
  • Currently, outdoor dining is all that's allowed and people must order a 'substantial' amount of food with drinks

CNN chief Jeff Zucker told Michael Cohen he wanted to give Trump a weekly show, offered to give him advice to help with the 2016 debate and said 'you can't be elected without my network', leaked audio reveals

  • Leaked audio appears to have Jeff Zucker and Michael Cohen speaking just before the GOP primary debate on March 10, 2016, which CNN hosted
  • Zucker boasted to Cohen that 'you cannot be elected president of the United States without CNN'
  • The CNN head said he was 'fond' of Donald Trump but said he didn't want to talk over email at risk of Trump mentioning the correspondence at his rally
  • Following the election, Zucker offered Trump a weekly show
  • He also praised Trump's handling of his opponents during the primary

Georgia secretary of state claims to have found 1,000 cases of 'potential double voting' during primaries - days after Donald Trump told his supporters to mail ballots AND vote in person

  • Georgia's top elections official said Tuesday that his office has identified about 1,000 cases of 'potential double voting' in the June primary election
  • These voters submitted absentee ballots but also voted in person, a problem that happened across 100 Georgia counties
  • Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said he wanted to pursue prosecution of these voters, which would make them felons if convicted
  • His comments come less than a week after President Donald Trump suggested his supporters mail in their ballots but also go to the polls
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ACLU official criticizes Transylvania University for accepting 'provocateur in training' Nicholas Sandmann as a student weeks after Covington teen spoke at Republican convention

  • Nicholas Sandmann, 17, was accepted to Transylvania University in Lexington 
  • Samuel Crankshaw, a staffer for the ACLU, said it's a 'stain' on the university 
  • He called Sandmann a 'provocateur in training' who 'exists only to troll' 
  • An assistant professor at TU suggested he would closely monitor Sandmann 
  • But the professor, Dr. Avery Tompkins, later apologized for the comment 
  • Sandmann is former Covington Catholic student who spoke at RNC last month 
  • In 2019, he was filmed standing opposite Native American at Lincoln Memorial 
  • Video went viral as Sandmann was accused of racism toward Nathan Phillips 
  • But Phillips, Sandmann said they sought to defuse tensions among other groups 
  • Sandmann sued several news organizations for defamation, including CNN 
  • He reached confidential settlements with CNN and The Washington Post

SAMUEL CRANKSHAW

Sam is a native of Winchester, KY. He got involved with politics at a young age, canvassing for a candidate for the first time at the age of 9. In his free time, Sam enjoys biking, running, spending time with his 3-legged dog, painting, drawing, photography, and watching whatever the hot new binge show is.

The European Commission has signed the first agreement for the purchase of 300 million doses of vaccine against the coronavirus as the commission reported.

It is noted that the agreement was signed with the AstraZeneca developer.

The agreement provides the purchase of 300 million doses of vaccine for all countries-members of the European Union. The purchase of the next 100 million doses is also provided.

Moreover, the European Commission plans to sign similar agreements with another four developers – GSK, Johnson & Johnson, CureVac and Moderna.

The vaccine against coronavirus developed by AstraZeneca is at the large-scale clinical trials of II/III phases after promising results at the I/II phases in safety and immunogenicity.

It was revealed this week that the third round of trials for the AstraZeneca anti-COVID-19 vaccine has been halted due to a “potentially unexplained illness” which had developed in a participant in the United Kingdom, without further specifications about the nature of possible side effects. The vaccine in question was developed in partnership with Oxford University and has reportedly involved around 30,000 participants in the UK, US, Brazil and South Africa. AstraZeneca described the pause as "routine" one to allow for a “standard review process” of “safety data”.

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.

 

President Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for helping broker a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, according to a report.

President Trump's Nobel Peace Prize nomination created shock waves on social media, with conservatives hailing it and liberals railing against it on Wednesday morning.

Trump was nominated by Norwegian Parliament member Christian Tybring-Gjedde, who also serves as chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.

President Trump

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.

Kirstie Alley slammed The Academy for its new representation and inclusion standards for Best Picture eligibility.

The 69-year-old star, who has never won an Oscar, tweeted on Tuesday her disdain for the new diversity rule.

Cops this week released a mugshot of Clara Kraebber — the wealthy Upper East Sider busted during a costly night of rioting in Manhattan last week — along with images of six of her alleged comrades.

The protest was organized by groups calling themselves the “New Afrikan Black Panther Party” and the “Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement.”

New York City is now the only major city in the WORLD that is still not allowing indoor dining despite having an infection rate of less than 1 percent

  • NYC's infection rate has been less than 1 percent for more than a month but restaurants are still closed
  • Every other major city, aside from some in America - specifically California - have allowed indoor dining
  • In London, Paris, Berlin, and even in China, indoor dining has not caused an increase in COVID-19 deaths
  • In the UK, people have been encouraged to eat out to support the dying restaurant industry
  • In NYC, restaurateurs are suing Cuomo and de Blasio for not allowing them to reopen again
  • Currently, outdoor dining is all that's allowed and people must order a 'substantial' amount of food with drinks

CNN chief Jeff Zucker told Michael Cohen he wanted to give Trump a weekly show, offered to give him advice to help with the 2016 debate and said 'you can't be elected without my network', leaked audio reveals

  • Leaked audio appears to have Jeff Zucker and Michael Cohen speaking just before the GOP primary debate on March 10, 2016, which CNN hosted
  • Zucker boasted to Cohen that 'you cannot be elected president of the United States without CNN'
  • The CNN head said he was 'fond' of Donald Trump but said he didn't want to talk over email at risk of Trump mentioning the correspondence at his rally
  • Following the election, Zucker offered Trump a weekly show
  • He also praised Trump's handling of his opponents during the primary

Georgia secretary of state claims to have found 1,000 cases of 'potential double voting' during primaries - days after Donald Trump told his supporters to mail ballots AND vote in person

  • Georgia's top elections official said Tuesday that his office has identified about 1,000 cases of 'potential double voting' in the June primary election
  • These voters submitted absentee ballots but also voted in person, a problem that happened across 100 Georgia counties
  • Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said he wanted to pursue prosecution of these voters, which would make them felons if convicted
  • His comments come less than a week after President Donald Trump suggested his supporters mail in their ballots but also go to the polls
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ACLU official criticizes Transylvania University for accepting 'provocateur in training' Nicholas Sandmann as a student weeks after Covington teen spoke at Republican convention

  • Nicholas Sandmann, 17, was accepted to Transylvania University in Lexington 
  • Samuel Crankshaw, a staffer for the ACLU, said it's a 'stain' on the university 
  • He called Sandmann a 'provocateur in training' who 'exists only to troll' 
  • An assistant professor at TU suggested he would closely monitor Sandmann 
  • But the professor, Dr. Avery Tompkins, later apologized for the comment 
  • Sandmann is former Covington Catholic student who spoke at RNC last month 
  • In 2019, he was filmed standing opposite Native American at Lincoln Memorial 
  • Video went viral as Sandmann was accused of racism toward Nathan Phillips 
  • But Phillips, Sandmann said they sought to defuse tensions among other groups 
  • Sandmann sued several news organizations for defamation, including CNN 
  • He reached confidential settlements with CNN and The Washington Post

SAMUEL CRANKSHAW

Sam is a native of Winchester, KY. He got involved with politics at a young age, canvassing for a candidate for the first time at the age of 9. In his free time, Sam enjoys biking, running, spending time with his 3-legged dog, painting, drawing, photography, and watching whatever the hot new binge show is.

The European Commission has signed the first agreement for the purchase of 300 million doses of vaccine against the coronavirus as the commission reported.

It is noted that the agreement was signed with the AstraZeneca developer.

The agreement provides the purchase of 300 million doses of vaccine for all countries-members of the European Union. The purchase of the next 100 million doses is also provided.

Moreover, the European Commission plans to sign similar agreements with another four developers – GSK, Johnson & Johnson, CureVac and Moderna.

The vaccine against coronavirus developed by AstraZeneca is at the large-scale clinical trials of II/III phases after promising results at the I/II phases in safety and immunogenicity.

It was revealed this week that the third round of trials for the AstraZeneca anti-COVID-19 vaccine has been halted due to a “potentially unexplained illness” which had developed in a participant in the United Kingdom, without further specifications about the nature of possible side effects. The vaccine in question was developed in partnership with Oxford University and has reportedly involved around 30,000 participants in the UK, US, Brazil and South Africa. AstraZeneca described the pause as "routine" one to allow for a “standard review process” of “safety data”.