The country that Donald Trump and Republicans presented at their convention does not exist for the overwhelming majority of Americans. In fact, it does not exist outside the Fox News ecosystem.
For Trump, everything else pales in comparison to the China threat.
The president took aim at his Democratic rival throughout his address on the fourth night of the Republican National Convention.
"Joe Biden's agenda is made in China," President Donald Trump said Thursday. "My agenda is made in the U.S.A."
If the 2020 Republican National Convention has resembed a well-produced TV show, that's because the GOP has spent nearly $3 million on "production consultants," including at least two with ties to The Apprentice - the reality TV show that was hosted by President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump plans to go on the attack against Democratic rival Joe Biden in what the campaign is calling a "tough speech" to close out the GOP convention Thursday evening as thousands of people in the South are dealing with the fallout from Hurricane Laura.
Democrats concerned about a tightening electoral map in battleground states have new worries in the recently reliably blue state of Nevada, one they fear could be the Michigan of 2020 as a surprise target for President Donald Trump.
Democrats and Republicans back their candidate for being the best person voters can choose for criminal justice reform, but neither has a flawless record.
More than 100 former McCain staffers signed a statement backing the Democratic nominee's bid for the White House.
As President Donald Trump's allies look to quash support for his Democratic rival Joe Biden, staffers of former Republican presidents or presidential candidates continue to defect.
A majority of voters in six key swing states told pollsters they had a favorable reaction to Biden's keynote speech.
The stakes of the 2020 election could not possibly be higher for America's national security.
Poll data released Wednesday indicated that 6 percent of registered Democrats would cast their ballots for President Donald Trump, a two-point decrease from last week.
President Donald Trump has suggested that he and Democratic rival Joe Biden should both be drug tested before they take the stage to debate in Ohio next month, comparing the debate to a boxing match.
"We welcome the White House back to the negotiating table, but they must meet us halfway," a Pelosi spokesperson told Newsweek.
The Republican share of the electorate has been growing steadily in rural areas since 2008.
The Democratic nominee appears to have the advantage in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Joe Biden's presidential campaign is getting a big boost from an unlikely source—an increasingly long line of prominent Republicans who want to help him beat President Donald Trump.
Democrats' identity politics obsession only fosters further disunity and stokes further discord for an already divided nation.
A new poll shows that 50 percent of voters would cast their ballot for Democrats if Congressional elections were held today, and 96 percent have made up their mind between Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
Biden appears to be in a significantly stronger position than Hillary Clinton was in the summer of 2016.
We have officially entered the era of the post-convention "blip."
Replying to a tweet Tuesday morning, Spencer wrote that he recognized how "ineffective, useless, and traitorous the GOP is," reaffirming his decision to vote for Biden in the November election.
If Trump has a narrow electoral college win on Election Day, Clinton told Showtime's 'The Circus' Democrats need to be ready for a legal fight.
In the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats turned a lot of red Congressional seats blue. This year, the voters in eight of those districts could decide the outcome of the presidential election.
Mike Wilson said he thinks the recovery will be "more powerful than people are anticipating."
Despite bullish markets, many investors and strategists would not bet on a Trump victory come November.
Self-proclaimed "Florida man" Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said during the Republican National Convention on Monday that "socialist" Democrats hope to make former Vice President Joe Biden "an extra in a movie written, produced and directed by others" by winning the presidency.