'I'll have to leave the country': Donald Trump, trailing in polls to Joe Biden, fights to gain ground in Florida and Georgia
Calling Joe Biden 'the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics', Trump claimed the Democratic candidate would deliver communism and a flood of immigrants
The unusual split-screen spectacle came about, like so much else in the 2020 campaign, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and Donald Trump’s resistance to following the public health guidelines outlined by scientists and medical experts in his own administration
'Joe Biden is worst presidential candidate in history of US politics': Donald Trump returns to campaign trail
With the election just 21 days away, Trump exuded confidence of winning the eastern swing state of Pennsylvania and described Biden as 'a servant of the radical globalists'
The US president attacked the Democratic vice-presidential nominee calling her a 'monster' and alleged she wants 'murderers and rapists to pour into our country'
The US president accused the mainstream media of 'underplaying' the report on Biden and 'keeping quiet about it'
In the context of some epic cheating, jamming yet another of Donald Trump's nominees onto the Supreme Court as the clock runs out is nothing
Playing up his local, middle-class roots, Biden focussed on Trump’s stewardship of the coronavirus, casting the president as a callous leader who cannot empathise with the concerns of most Americans
US Election 2020: Two-thirds of Indian-Americans favour Biden, but support for Trump grows, finds survey
In 2016, 77 percent of the community cast their votes for Hillary Clinton, while 16 percent went for Donald Trump. This time around, if trends hold, Biden stands to secure 70 percent of the vote, with 30 percent going to Trump.
If Donald Trump succeeds in making political violence a Joe Biden liability, the president will have all the more incentive to set the US on fire
On Thursday, for the third night in a row, the Trump campaign gathered a large crowd on federal property in an attempt to present an image of normalcy and a visual show of defiance of the pandemic
Donald Trump has been trailing Biden by significant margins in national polls and in most of the key swing states. That has led some Republicans to warn the president that if he did not put considerable effort into changing voters’ minds about him then he was in danger of losing in November
Donald Trump faces rare rebuke from Republican leaders for proposing delay in 2020 presidential polls
The top Republicans in the House and Senate, who have spent the past four years championing Trump in Congress, also distanced themselves from the notion of a delayed election
Many Republican lawmakers have grown exasperated with the administration’s conflicting messages, the open warfare within Donald Trump’s staff and the president’s demands that states reopen faster or risk punishment from the federal government
How America lost the war on COVID-19: Policy of trading deaths for jobs and political gain backfired
I don’t think any other advanced country has a comparable number of people who respond with rage when asked to wear a mask in a supermarket, writes economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman
Donald Trump delivers divisive culture war message at Mount Rushmore in bid to win second term, barely mentions pandemic
The scene at Mount Rushmore was the latest sign of how Trump appears, by design or default, increasingly disconnected from the intense concern among Americans about the COVID-19 crisis gripping the country
As demoralising as June was for many Republicans, what was less visible were the frenetic attempts by top Republicans to soothe Trump and steer him away from self-sabotage, while also manipulating him to serve their own purposes
As Donald Trump warns of 'scandal of our times', here are the facts about mail-in voting and voter fraud in the US
As US states grapple with how to safely carry out elections during a pandemic, President Donald Trump has made an escalating series of fantastical — and false — accusations about the risks of embracing mail voting
On flawed North Korea and Iran policies, John Bolton's new book blames 'the split between Trump and Trump'
President Donald Trump knew exactly what he was getting when he hired John Bolton in the spring of 2018 to be his national security advisor: An uber-hawk who made no secret of his belief that Iran and North Korea could be driven over the brink by extreme sanctions
In Donald Trump's America, the debate over the word 'fascism' and its applicability takes a new turn
On 2 June, as police officers across the country deployed brutal tactics in response to protests over the killing of George Floyd, the former secretary of labour Robert Reich announced that his old vocabulary — crowded already with harsh words for President Donald Trump — was making way for a new addition
Battling coronavirus outbreak, is the US now headed towards a shortened British-style presidential election?
From the White House to the county courthouse, the coronavirus pandemic has drastically upended the 2020 election