Although most white evangelicals and most conservatives voted for Trump in 2016, he divorced his party from conservative beliefs and makes a daily mockery of Christian values like charity, empathy and humility.
By Sarah Lenti and Doug Pagitt On 8/6/20 at 1:39 PM EDT
Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib has been a vocal opponent of Donald Trump since she took office yet refuses to officially back his Democratic opponent. What's up with that? Tlaib addresses the endorsement issue and other subjects in this Newsweek interview.
We have a president who is obstructing justice before our very eyes, in real time. The fact that he is doing it in public does not make it any less of a crime—and the public should convict him for it at the ballot box.
Helmut Norpoth, a political science professor at Stony Brook University who forecasted Trump's 2016 win eight months ahead of the election, said on Fox News that the president's reelection chances are above 90 percent.
You and I watched the last election in the same home but on different channels, in different rooms: you cheering, me weeping. Would the last four years changed your mind? Sadly, I can only imagine your answer.
In recent decades, Republican vice presidents have come from governor mansions, the private sector or even the CIA. Democrats, however, tend to reach to one particular branch of government for their VP picks.