Donald Trump's aide made the remarks during CNN's "State of the Union”. Joe Biden in a statement said that Meadows was effectively waving “the white flag of defeat”
The white racist, sexist, xenophobic patriarchy and all those who benefit from or aspire to it are in a battle with the rest of us, for not only the present in this country but also the future of it
Macron said the teacher beheaded near Paris recently "was killed because Islamists want our future". Macron earlier this month said "Islam is a religion that is in crisis all over the world"
Speaking at a campaign event, Biden said he will bring together Republicans and Democrats to deliver economic relief to working families, schools, and businesses
Mike Pence's chief of staff tests COVID-19 positive; US vice-president to maintain campaign schedule
The vice-president and the second lady have tested negative, Press Secretary Devin O'Malley said in a statement on Saturday
You can only let King Kong, as Don McGahn, Donald Trump’s first White House counsel, dubbed his former boss, smash up the metropolis for so long
US Election 2020: Donald Trump, Joe Biden gearing up for final presidential debate; here's what to expect
The debate comes 12 days before election day, as many Americans have already cast ballots, and as polls show the president trailing nationally and confronting close races even in states he won handily four years ago
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo and defence secretary Mark T Esper will represent the US while the Indian side will be represented by external affairs minister S Jaishankar and defence minister Rajnath Singh
China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to an analysis of the president’s tax records
Trump seems to have made the calculation of trying to cast Fauci, a man who has served six presidents, as the villain of the piece. It is, to put it kindly, an interesting strategy. To put it bluntly, it looks like a misguided ploy that may end up costing him a second term
Trump has needled Fauci over his advice on wearing face masks. Nearly 220,000 Americans have died from the disease the virus causes
During an interview to CBS, the US' top infectious diseases expert appeared to be referring to the White House Rose Garden event on 26 September, which he had previously labelled as a "super-spreader" event
Away from their candidate and the television cameras, some of Trump’s aides are quietly conceding just how dire his political predicament appears to be, and his inner circle has returned to a state of recriminations and backbiting
It is a phrase that has been constantly invoked by Democratic and Republican leaders. It has become the clearest symbol of the mood of the country, and what people feel is at stake in November.
Joe Biden's campaign manager said that neither Biden or Harris had come into contact with the two after their diagnosis or 48 hours prior to it. Harris will continue virtual campaigning, including fundraisers scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Substantial majority of Indian-Americans support Democrats, 72% of registered voters back Joe Biden: Survey
There is scant evidence for the defection of Democratic voters towards Trump, contrary to popular narratives that have surfaced in the media ahead of the 3 November presidential polls
'I am immune from COVID-19': Donald Trump, preparing to return to campaign against Joe Biden, tells Fox News
It is not yet clear to what degree contracting COVID-19 confers immunity from future infection, with early studies suggesting a few months while newer ones have indicated it could last longer
Donald Trump refuses to participate in virtual debate; Joe Biden looks forward to speaking directly with public, says campaign
The Commission on Presidential Debates earlier announced that the second presidential debate scheduled for 15 October would be held virtually amid concerns over Donald Trump's COVID-19 status
Mike Pence kept Republicans uncomfortable with president in fold, but VP's future in post-Trump era remains uncertain
Trump’s hospitalisation for complications from COVID-19 raised an unsettling question about Pence, and more broadly about the future of the party, for Republicans who have grown used to the alpha, tweet-first, consider-precedent-later leadership of the president.
'Racist, not up to job': Michelle Obama launches scathing attack on Donald Trump ahead of November's presidential polls
Pitching for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, the former first lady made an impassioned plea through a 24-minute video, saying that the country is in chaos and the voters should know what is at stake