Despite missing the deadlines for filing the signatures and documents required to be included on the November ballots in several states, Yeezy hasn’t given up on his hope to win the White House and is pushing forward with his presidential campaign.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – US President Donald Trump threatened on Monday to take legal action after the state of Nevada said it would mail all voters ballots so they can safely take part in the November presidential election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
US President Trump's recent suggestion to consider delaying the November 3 presidential election in the country has provoked a heated public debate about the legality of such a scenario.
Worries about purported foreign meddling in America's democratic processes are now being supplemented by concerns that the increased stress on the electoral system this year might allow criminals with less sophisticated tools to attack critical voting-related networks.
In his rejection of mail-in voting in the upcoming US presidential election, Donald Trump has claimed that it will "rig" the contest, and suggested moving the date of election. His idea was met with opposition, however, by both sides of the political aisle in Congress - the only body legally able to move an election.
Initially scheduled to take place from 24 to 27 August in Jacksonville, Florida, the site of the GOP convention to declare the formal nomination of US President Donald Trump was moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, where officials are trying to oblige the GOP to abide by social distancing rules over the rapid spread of COVID-19.
The United States has held presidential elections in November every year since 1848. Republicans have poured scorn on Donald Trump’s suggestion that this year’s poll should be postponed because of mail fraud but what would happen if there was a delay?
US President Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that if the US used mail-in ballots for the November 2020 election, it would be "the most rigged election in history."
An earlier suggestion made by US President Donald Trump on Thursday to delay the November presidential election was criticized by members of both the Democratic party and the Republican party.
Kamala Harris, a California senator, is heavily tipped to be unveiled as Joe Biden’s running mate. But who is she and what sort of Vice President, or even President, would she be?
President Donald Trump has suggested delaying the November election amid concerns over mail-in voting. The proposal was met with some strong responses from members of Congress, particularly from the Democratic party.
In April, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden sparked fears among his base by claiming that President Donald Trump may try to postpone the 2020 election on a made-up pretext. On Thursday, Trump asked whether the election should be delayed until problems related to mail-in voting fraud are resolved. But what does the law say?
On Tuesday, presumptive Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden said that he would announce his running mate for the 3 November election during the first week of August.
Incumbent US President Donald Trump is expected to face presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the 3 November elections. As polls show Biden in the lead in several states, Trump is claiming that the elections might be rigged, particularly through the use of mail ballots.
In March, the presumptive US Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, declared that he would pick a woman as his running mate for the US 2020 election, adding that “there are a number of women who are qualified to be president tomorrow”.
Republican President Donald Trump is expected to face Democrat challenger and former Vice President Joe Biden in the 3 November presidential election.
Earlier this year, presumptive Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden vowed to select a woman to be his running mate, saying that "there are a number of women who are qualified to be president tomorrow".
In the upcoming November US presidential elections, incumbent President Donald Trump will face Democratic presumptive nominee Joe Biden, who, according to some recent polls, is leading by seven points in the key swing state of North Carolina.
With the first US presidential debate scheduled to take place on 29 September, the dates and the sites for the following two debate events were also revealed - 15 and 22 October - with Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida, and Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee picked, respectively, as the corresponding hosts.
Last week, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee of exploiting Reagan’s name when dealing with fundraising.