Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 23 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Just after the Biden campaign rolled out a Latino voter outreach program Wednesday, the Trump campaign quickly figured out another way to "own the libs" by buying the URL for Biden's new campaign slogan. Presidential hopeful Joe Biden, who spent the day campaigning across Pennsylvania and Iowa, announced "Todos Con Biden" to drum up a network of Latino voters to support the former vice president. But the Biden campaign committed a cardinal sin in public relations: they failed to reserve the domain name before they announced the slogan.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. The Trump campaign hit back on Sunday on the Biden camp's questioning of the economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic – slamming Biden's handling of the economy during his time as vice president and trying to tie the Democratic candidate in with his party's more progressive wing. Tim Murtaugh, the communications director for the Trump campaign, defended the White House's efforts to jumpstart an ailing U.S. economy during the public health crisis and warned that if Biden is elected he would "kill the recovery." "It's going to be a very clear choice," Murtaugh told Fox News, adding that Biden will raise taxes and implement policies under the Green New Deal.
Trump considers accepting Republican nomination from White House; Peter Doocy reports. Joe Biden's presidential campaign says that it and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and their joint fundraising committees combined brought in $140 million in last month. The Wednesday evening statement from the former vice president's campaign also touted that they now have a hefty $294 million in cash on hand as of the end of July, an increase of $50 million in their coffers over the past month. The $140 million hauled in during July is roughly equal to the $141 million the Biden campaign and the DNC raised in June, which was by far the campaign's best monthly figure to date. President Trump's re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) and their joint fundraising ventures have yet to announce their July fundraising figures.