The Trump campaign accepted the endorsement of a major law enforcement group in a key battleground state on Tuesday—the latest in an effort to paint President Donald Trump as the "law and order" candidate as cops face pushback from more liberal leaders around the country.
Former President Barack Obama said that Senator Kamala Harris is "more than prepared for the job" of vice president, while praising his former Vice President Joe Biden for his choice of running mate on Tuesday.
Kanye West campaign submitted a filing against the Democratic Party in Wisconsin alleging that the party has burdened the West "to prove validity" over signatures of Mickey Mouse and Bernie Sanders on the campaign's nomination papers.
Attorney General Bill Barr blamed "the left" for America's hyperpartisan political environment, saying Democrats created a "secular religion," which views conservatives and the GOP solely as "the enemy."
Figures in sports and entertainment like Chris Paul and Sean "Diddy" Combs—along with 100 black male leaders—expressed disgust at the way black women have been "unfairly criticized and scrutinized" during the VP selection process.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden currently leads President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, three key battleground states that Trump previously won during the 2016 election.