Georgia Democratic candidate Kevin Van Ausdal cited "personal reasons" for his exit.
Fresh polling and a new report out Thursday, suggest Democrats could reject the outcome of the race if they believe Trump won unfairly.
With a record number of mail-in ballots, a Postal Service in disarray and herds of lawyers waiting in the wings, the outlook for a clean winner on Election Night is far from certain.
"I don't know how you can go from being so bad where you can't even get out a sentence—I mean, you saw some of those debates," the president said about his Democratic opponent.
Key differences among the two presidential candidates in terms of their coronavirus response strategies include the roles of federal and state government, foreign policy and education.
Setting aside their bitter political feud, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took part in solemn ceremonies to mark the 19th anniversary of the deadliest domestic attack in U.S. history.
"(Joe Biden) is unmistakably a man of character and has so many qualities that we are in desperately short supply of in Washington right now: decency, honor, compassion, trustworthiness, and best of all experience," Anna Wintour wrote in an op-ed.
Nearly four years of Trumpian "American First" has been a strain on the U.S.'s traditional alliances, with the administration often opting for unilateral action rather than co-operation.
Greg Gutfield told 'The Five' there would be riots by angry Democratic supporters if Joe Biden loses the election.
Trump withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in 2018, claiming the deal was too lenient and vowing a re-negotiated agreement.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden may disrupt President Donald Trump's plan for a repeat victory in Wisconsin, according to recent polling.
A new national poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden maintaining an 11 percent advantage over President Donald Trump among voters aged 65 or older.
This will be Trump's first campaign event in the battleground state since his rally in Battle Creek late last year. Here's how to tune in.
President Donald Trump currently holds a 10-point lead over Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden among military households, according to a new poll.
The ad depicts those whom the Trump campaign considers "Joe Biden's supporters," with the word "rioters" superimposed over "supporters."
The majority of swing-state voters also think both presidential candidates are not mentally fit to be president.
In order to take control of the Senate, Democrats would need to maintain all their current seats while gaining four more in the upcoming election.
62 Percent of Americans Worried That Politics Will Pressure Rush Approval of COVID Vaccine, Poll Says
Across different political party affiliations, the poll found 85 percent of Democrats said they were worried politics would influence the development of a vaccine, compared to 35 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents.
"Unfortunately, I think progressives are settling," Howie Hawkins, the Green Party's presidential nominee, told Newsweek.
The Watergate journalist said Trump "is putting his own narrow presidential re-election efforts in front of the safety, health and well-being of the people of the United States."
Sources say there have been attempted breaches of strategy firm SKDKnickerbocker, which is linked to the Democratic Party.
42 percent of U.S. adults said President Donald Trump didn't care about the issues they faced, but Trump gained two points on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 52 percent of likely voters said they would support Biden in the election, compared to the 40 percent who chose Trump.
"Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!" the crowd can be heard yelling towards Biden and his escort. Several supporters can also be seen holding up Trump campaign signs as well as American flags.
The president's re-election campaign said it raised $210 million last month, but the Biden campaign's earnings topped $364 million.
Joe Biden blasted rival President Donald Trump during a speech in Michigan on Wednesday just hours after it was revealed that Trump admitted he initially tried to downplay the threat of the coronavirus that has now killed 190,000 Americans.
Significantly greater percentages of Black and Latino residents are facing major economic hardships than White residents in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston.