Joe Biden could be mere months away from becoming President of the US, the de-facto most-powerful individual in the entire world, in theory at least. The obvious question is who is Biden, and what would he do if and when he enters the Oval office?
The president has on more than one occasion criticised his likely opponent in the presidential election for his public gaffes, using them to justify the claim that Biden is unfit to lead the country.
Mike Pence, the Governor of Indiana, was chosen as Donald Trump’s running mate in July 2016. Pence, 61, has been a loyal and hard-working Vice President and is due to be on the Republican ticket again in November 2020. But what makes him tick?
The state of mental health of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has been repeatedly questioned by the American public following a number of peculiar slip-ups during his interviews and public addresses. Many have even suggested that the 77-year-old politician is no longer mentally fit to lead the country.
In the light of the upcoming US presidential election in November, recently released Fox News polls show Joe Biden leading, leaving US President Donald Trump behind. Some, including Trump, believe that the current situation is an echo of the 2016 election, a stunning upset despite polling showing him trailing Hillary Clinton by a wide margin.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump is replacing his campaign rallies with "tele-rallies," he told his supporters in Wisconsin.
Despite Joe Biden’s support for the Black Lives Matter movement, he remains opposed to some of its key ideas, especially those related to defunding the police.
Biden's allegations fall in line with Washington's beloved 'Russia card', which was also played in 2016 during the US presidential race. The Democratic Party almost immediately blamed its loss on mysterious "Russian hackers".
Trump's newly-appointed 2020 campaign manager Bill Stepien, who worked for George W. Bush, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani, has embarked on a mission to galvanise the president's supporters in the remaining four months before the elections. US political observers discuss whether he will be able to help the GOP campaign.
In the presidential race, every vote can be decisive, so contestants must try really hard to identify their electorate and please it. But sometimes you don't have to look that far. How about the most adorable electorate ever - doggos? Who's a good voter?
The instruction comes as the United States registers another record daily increase in coronavirus cases on Thursday, the seventh this month, with 30 out of 50 US states registering a record surge in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks. In light of the situation, the Democratic Party has made what they term a "hard decision".
In 2016, the US-based National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) did not support a candidate, and stood with then-President Barack Obama and his ex-VP Joe Biden in the 2008 and 2012 elections.
With just 4 months to go to the November presidential election, opinion polling is looking increasingly dire for incumbent President Donald Trump. His presumptive rival - former US Vice President Joe Biden - is beginning to surge in key battleground states.
As the deadline for the August 4 Republican primary nears, Jana Jackson, a candidate running to be elected to the Arizona House of Representatives representing the 28th District, sat with Sputnik to discuss American protests, racial prejudice in the US and the ongoing election cycle.
In his "Build Back Better" agenda, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden focuses largely on climate change, aiming at trying to "achieve the groundbreaking Paris Climate Accords", a plan that sets a goal of significantly reducing carbon emissions around the world.
The United States will hold a presidential election on 3 November, with incumbent Republican Donald Trump up against Joe Biden, the Democratic challenger and possibly Kanye West, standing as an independent. The actual election system is unchanged since 1803.
Joe Biden's nationwide lead over Donald Trump appears tricky, say international polling and media experts, explaining why one should read and analyse polling results carefully instead of blindly swallowing the MSM's bait.