US Elections 2020: Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 7 points nationwide

Lawrence Kim
October 16, 2020

Democratic candidate Joe Biden is ready to face off with President Donald Trump at the final presidential debate next week, the former vice president's campaign said on Friday morning.

Haeck said she raised her question in response to recent "attacks" on transgender rights, such as bans on military service, weakened protections, and removed transgender terms from government websites. "And these two men - I'm getting out to get an application to be a lifeguard in the African-American community because there was a big swimming pool complex - and, uh, these two men, well dressed, leaned up and hugged one another and kissed one another, and I'm getting out of the auto at the light and I turned to my dad, and my dad looked at me and said, 'Joey, it's simple, they love each other'". Trump blew up at Guthrie, insisting that he did denounce white supremacy days later on TKTKT, but refused to answer why he didn't at the debate.

If you haven't registered to vote yet, there's still time before the November 3 election in some states. You're the president. You're not like someone's insane uncle who can retweet whatever.

"Has any media person ever challenged Biden like Savannah Guthrie is with Trump?" tweeted Fox News Channel host Laura Ingraham.

NBC News chief executive Cesar Conde said Thursday that NBC scheduled Trump out of fairness after Biden did a town hall at the same time last Thursday. That decision opened the network to sharp criticism - including a protest letter sent Thursday by more than 100 Hollywood creators and celebrities like Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen, Sterling K. Brown and Sarah Silverman.

During the town hall event, the mother of a transgender child asked Biden how he would protect the LGBTQ community if he were elected president.

There were apparently still hard feelings, given that Muir twice mentioned a nameless "another network" holding a Trump town hall. NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker will serve as moderator.

"That was a retweet", Trump said.

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