The Republican National Committee is pulling out of presidential debates, putting an end to televised head-to-heads between candidates.
Climate change has been a topic of presidential (and vice presidential) debate for decades yet, it seems the same basic points are being litigated in 2020.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) blamed President Donald Trump’s hate rhetoric for fueling her alleged kidnapping scheme.
Josh Mandel and Morgan Harper, running for Senate from opposite ends of the political spectrum, debated in Columbus. A moment for consensus it was not.
Republican Party leaders notably clashed with the Commission on Presidential Debates during the last election cycle.
During the first presidential debate, President Donald Trump falsely claimed that the sheriff in Oregon endorsed him.
"I’m not talking about him, but yet he still wants to talk about the Sept. 29, 2020 debate," the Fox News host said.
“Most of the other advisors found Giuliani’s advice to be ‘supremely unhelpful,’" a new book by Washington Post reporters says.
The Fox News host recalled a cartoonish idea to shut down the president's interruptions.
"If he were a Real Housewife, he would have been fired by now," the late-night host said of the president.