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Sep 28 2019
Publicly predicting Donald Trump’s impeachment started for me on April 5, 2018. That’s when I wrote: “Trump 2020 could be the first presidential reelection campaign to fight impeachment.” In a piece headlined “Trump 2020 Campaign Forecast: 99 Percent Chance of Thunder and Lightning," it was my No. 3 reason for the anticipated turmoil:
"Conceivably, President Trump could concurrentlyGuest Writer - Right
May 11 2019
NEWTON, Iowa (AP) — Beto O’Rourke barreled into the 2020 presidential race with breakneck energy and a fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants campaign style that saw him leap atop tables to address overflow crowds with the organic, off-the-cuff candor that had made him a Texas sensation.
But since his mid-March campaign launch, the buzz surrounding the former congressman has evaporated. CompetingAssociated Press
Dec 17 2020
President Trump spent the last few months of the presidential campaign appealing to — and sometimes even pleading with — suburban voters. At a rally in Pennsylvania in October, Trump called out suburban women specifically, saying that “they should like me more than anybody here tonight because I ended the regulation that destroyed your neighborhood,” referring to his administration’s move to538 (ABC News)
Nov 27 2019
President Trump took the stage in Sunrise, Fla. Tuesday night to address supporters at what his reelection campaign rally dubbed a “homecoming rally” before the start of his Thanksgiving break at Mar-a-Lago, his new primary residence.
Tuesday's rally marked his first official campaign visit to the Sunshine State since he changed his state of residence from New York, and he made a pointFox News (Online News)
Dec 14 2020
Axios published a yearlong investigation last week about an alleged Chinese spy who developed ties to politicians at both the local and national level between 2011 and 2015, including with Congressman Eric Swalwell, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee.
“Through campaign fundraising, extensive networking, personal charisma, and romantic or sexual relationships with at least twoTownhall
Nov 04 2019
On Friday, Former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke announced he is ending his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
O’Rourke served three terms in the House, representing his hometown of El Paso, before launching a long-shot Senate campaign to unseat Republican Ted Cruz in 2018. Though O’Rourke lost, he drew national attention by forcing Cruz into a tight race in a state thatYahoo! The 360
Jun 17 2022
International Courts Prosecuting Leaders Like Putin for War Crimes Have a Mixed Record – But Offer Clues on How to get a Conviction
This piece originally appeared on The Conversation, which AllSides rates as Lean Left. It was written by Victor Peskin, an Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. The writer's bias has not been rated.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian"The Conversation" Contributor
May 30 2019
According to a Wall Street Journal analysis, the majority of senior staffers for top candidates are women.
The field of Democratic presidential hopefuls is the most diverse ever — it features a record number of women and several people of color — and it turns out candidates are hiring a diverse slate of campaign staff as well.
According to a Wall Street Journal analysis, theVox
Dec 03 2019
MSNBC's Joy Reid is depressed over Kamala Harris dropping out of presidential race — blames biased voters, media
MSNBC host Joy Reid blamed sexist and racist attitudes from voters and the media for the collapse of the presidential campaign for Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).The Blaze
Jun 18 2020
The Trump campaign is forging ahead with its Tulsa rally on Saturday, decrying “leftist” plaintiffs who want to stop the event as Oklahoma posted its highest single-day tally of coronavirus cases and worrying trends continued across the South and West.
The president’s surrogates said life is full of risks and that Mr. Trump’s detractors are desperate to stop him from speaking toWashington Times