When the president rolled out his newest catchphrase, keeping in tune with his 2016 campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again," he did not snag the website address. Biden's campaign jumped on the unused domain to launch their newest form of attack against Trump. The site lays out criticism of Trump's policies and his handling of a variety of issues from the coronavirus, national security and foreign policy to the economy, jobs and his China trade deal that negatively affected American farmers. "Promises Made, Promises Kept Broken," says the site's home page. "Trump isn't looking for a second term," it claims, "He's looking for a do-over."
On June 23rd, Donald Trump visited Arizona to celebrate the completion of two hundred miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. That the number of coronavirus cases in the state had reached an all-time high did not stop Trump from focussing on the structure, hailing it as "great," "powerful," and "really foolproof." His visit to Arizona, a key battleground state in the 2020 election, gave him an opportunity to showcase a formidable campaign promise that he has neither fulfilled nor got Mexico to pay for. Before surveying the thirty-foot-tall fence in San Luis, where a silver plaque awaited his signature, Trump spoke at a border-security roundtable. He boasted of his success in preventing immigrants, drugs, crimes, and even the coronavirus from reaching the U.S.'s southern border.
Joe Biden's campaign for president of the United States is bringing on the granddaughter of civil rights leader Cesar Chavez as a senior adviser to help with Latino outreach, the campaign announced on Tuesday - a move that follows criticism from Latino leaders who say the Democrat is not doing enough to embrace a key demographic group. The new adviser, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, previously worked as national political codirector on California Senator Kamala Harris's presidential campaign and was her California state director before that. She still works as a consultant to Harris. She joins Cristobal Alex, a former president of the Latino Victory Fund, who serves as Biden's senior adviser for issues involving Hispanic voters. Biden is viewed with scepticism by some Latinos for his ties to deportation policies during the Obama administration.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes remarks at campaign stop in Tampa, Florida. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden took aim at President Trump minutes after arriving for his first general election visit to Florida, the largest traditional general election battleground state. "Nowhere are his faults more glaring and more offensive, to me at least, than when it comes to his denigration of our service members, veterans, wounded warriors, the fallen," the former vice president emphasized as he spoke before sitting down for a roundtable discussion with veterans at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa. Biden was referring to a report earlier this month by The Atlantic that quickly went viral. The article, confirmed in part by numerous news organizations including Fox News, said that the president had referred to Americans killed in combat as "losers" and "suckers" and had repeatedly denigrated military service at other points during his tenure in the White House.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign is urging Latino supporters in Arizona to take advantage of early voting, which is already underway in the state with millions of ballots mailed to residents. Although Arizona has often swung Republican in years past, this year Democrats see opportunity both in the general election and a special Senate race they hope can win them back a majority in the upper chamber. Latinos are key to their chances.