The 2020 election sees US President Donald Trump make a re-election bid while Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate and former vice president, challenges him in the White House race. This year has been tumultuous, with issues of racism, police brutality, the coronavirus pandemic and the impact on economy, and ties with China dominating US politics. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has also catapulted the justice system into the limelight.
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President Donald Trump’s continued effort to overturn the 3 November election results got a front-page rebuke from one his most loyal backers: the New York Post.
Barr’s departure followed an interview in which he said the US Justice Department hadn’t seen 'fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the US election'.
Joe Biden said he would be the president for all Americans, even those who don’t agree with him, & urged people to focus instead on combating the pandemic and its economic fallout.
Some Senate Republicans who had refused to recognise Biden’s victory quickly started acknowledging that Trump lost and Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th president on 20 January.
The decision ends a lawsuit hailed by Trump on Twitter as 'the big one,' and it dashes his oft-expressed dream of vindication at the Supreme Court.
The White House sent the reminder more than two weeks after the General Services Administration ascertained Biden as the apparent winner of the US election.
YouTube said Wednesday that its efforts would apply to content posted as of today, given that enough states have certified their election results to determine a president-elect.
Giuliani’s diagnosis is the latest setback for Trump’s effort to cling to power by asserting without evidence that the presidential election was riven with fraud.
Biden administration has to decide whether to use 'but what about Trump?' as an all-purpose excuse when it gets criticized, even for future controversies that are sure to arise.
The largest outlay was a $3 million payment to the Wisconsin Elections Commission for a partial recount in two populous counties. The recounts did not change the result.