"Millions of families' health care will be ripped away in the middle of a pandemic," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.
"I'm prepared to go out and make my case as to why I think he's failed," the Democratic presidential nominee said.
Barrett was seen leaving her home with her family to take a Gulfstream jet to Washington, D.C.
The reported number is a sign of Americans' excitement for the upcoming election, as well as an increased commitment to voting early fueled by the coronavirus pandemic and concern over the U.S. Postal Service.
Biden's seemingly clear path to victory may be a result of skewed polls, 2016 comparisons show, with Trump still set up to lose the popular vote—but potentially win the Electoral College once again.
Former officials have a "moral duty" to voice their concerns about his presidency, said Miles Taylor, the ex-chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security.
Rep. Val Demings spoke about the possibility of impeachment and court packing as ways to prevent Trump from appointing a new Supreme Court justice.
President urges supporters to be vigilant and on the look lout for liberal and Democrat "mischief" during voting.
Sanders told Bill Maher that Democrats have a "number of plans" to ensure this happens if the president loses the November election.
"I'm watching the Democrats saying how terrible it is that we're appointing," President Donald Trump said. "We have the right. We won the election."
According to Friday's poll, 19 percent of all Americans consider health care to be the greatest issue facing the U.S. today.
"I thought he had his own plane," Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa said. "He doesn't have to sit with one space between another person on a commercial airline like I would."
"People are coming in left and right. They want signs, they want hats, they want the Trump T-shirt—you name it. It's been unlike anything I've seen in politics," one lawmaker told Newsweek.
Lawn signs from both Biden and Trump campaigns have been disappearing from lawns in Jefferson County, Florida. One local party official says it's a subtle form of aggression.
"Joe Biden is not a perfect man, but he is a man of humble decency," Charles Djou and Mickey Edwards wrote in an op-ed Friday.
As the late-summer turned to fall, Democratic groups were planning for all eventualities, including a contested election—and that was before President Donald Trump chilled his opposition across the country, refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power.
The baseless claim attempting to link Biden with the deceased sex offender continues to appear on Facebook and Twitter, and can be traced back to niche online communities, including QAnon.
The unemployment rate in some of the counties that swung most from Obama to Trump is better than the U.S. average.
While pundits are obsessing about the nomination battle for RGB's replacement, an analysis of social media conversations shows swing voters are much more interested in seeing how Biden will perform against Trump.
And of course he's rocking his signature aviators.
The rapper tweeted a photo of a supposed 2020 hoodie that says "Kanye 2020 Vision," but there's nowhere you can buy it yet.
The poll's findings come as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over who should be responsible for nominating a new Supreme Court justice.
Fifty percent of registered voters in the state said they'd vote for Trump, compared with 44 percent for Biden.
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.
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.
In mid-August, Trump declared that suburban women would be voting for him, but several polls suggest strongly otherwise.
President Donald Trump gained five points on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in poll data released Thursday.