"For the first time, his Republican enablers march up to the White House and say Donald it's time to go," Sorkin revealed at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Fifty percent of registered voters in the state said they'd vote for Trump, compared with 44 percent for Biden.
The serving U.S. Court of Appeals judge is considered the frontrunner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week.
The president's average approval rating has stagnated at around 43 percent since the start of the month.
Two two Balkan nations signed a historic economic cooperation agreement earlier this month, as part of a push for a full peace deal.
Former Vice President Biden, long a central player in the very globalist establishment project that propelled the PRC to great power status, can only today muster half-hearted criticism of China, unbacked by any discernible plan to counter it.
The Democratic Senate candidate said Graham has "realized he's going to lose" when votes are counted on November 3.
The former Soviet leader warned that the coronavirus pandemic has set Washington, D.C. and Beijing on the path to conflict.
Rep. Adam Smith told CNN that the military would not break the Constitution and follow President Donald Trump's orders should he lose on November 3.
The host of Tucker Carlson Tonight said there was "nothing" judges would like more than to delay the outcome of the presidential race.
48 percent of Democrats backed increasing the number of Supreme Court justices while only 20 percent of Republicans approved of the proposal.
Majorities of likely voters in all three of the states also said they preferred Biden to handle the pandemic.
"Don't know but people here are scrambling for info to support certain things and it's a mad house," one FBI employee said in a text message to another.
President Donald Trump described critical race theory as a "hateful Marxist doctrine [that] paints America as a wicked nation that seeks to divide everyone by race."
In mid-August, Trump declared that suburban women would be voting for him, but several polls suggest strongly otherwise.
"I think people don't completely appreciate how much gerrymandering affects the outcome [of elections]," former President Barack Obama said.
"I will always take care of our wonderful senior citizens," the president said. "Joe Biden won't be doing this."
President Donald Trump gained five points on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in poll data released Thursday.
After conducting numerous interviews and reviewing physical evidence, an FBI investigation confirmed that nine discarded mail-in ballots were cast for President Donald Trump.
China-linked accounts wiped out by Facebook for "coordinated inauthentic behavior on behalf of a foreign or government entity" had little impact but caught the eye of U.S. officials wary of outside attempts to interfere in the 2020 elections.
New polling from the New York Times and Siena College found a widening gender gap working to Biden's advantage in Iowa, Georgia and Texas—three states Trump won in 2016.
Senate Judiciary Committee members Chris Coons and Mazie Hirono told Newsweek they're uncertain if they'll participate in the forthcoming hearing, signaling they may snub the process in an apparent rebuke to Republicans filling the vacancy before Election Day.
The president is scheduled to host a campaign rally at the Cecil Airport on Thursday.
President Donald Trump dove into vetting his pick for the Supreme Court after the death of liberal pioneer Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Latino leaders say he should pick Cuban-American Barbara Lagoa over other top contender Amy Coney Barrett.
The president and first lady Melania Trump stood near Ginsburg's casket while a crowd could be heard chanting loudly "vote him out."
Governors Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer said the nation's health and economic security depend on holding the Trump administration accountable.
"Less Covid, more hunting, that's the plan for the future," Governor Kristi Noem said in the video, which was captioned: "This is how we do social distancing in South Dakota."
Prince Harry should be removed from the line to succeed Queen Elizabeth II to protect the neutrality of the Monarchy, British commentators claim.