"We have to tell the truth about even those we vote for," Dr. Cornel West said Wednesday. "That's why I don't endorse them, I vote for them."
New state forecasts released on Wednesday showed the president trailing Biden in six key election battlegrounds.
The celebrity world has lit up in support of Kamala Harris for Vice President with everyone from Taylor Swift to Halle Berry sharing their endorsements.
If the senator becomes vice president later this year, the race for her vacated seat in the Senate will be crowded.
The president issued his unsubstantiated claim as research showed all forms of voter fraud were extremely rare.
The human rights activist has done a U-turn on Biden's choice for vice president.
"Tonight, our movement didn't just win," Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted. "We earned a mandate for change."
"I'll see you in Salt Lake City," Vice President Mike Pence said in a message to presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris about their upcoming debate in October.
Two top business associations said the president's executive orders were "no substitute" for congressional action on the economy.
The president's net disapproval rating is down by more than 2 percentage points since last month, despite a rise in COVID-19 cases.
The rapper unveiled 10 policy positions on Friday as he sought to get on the ballot in several states.
Matt Lieberman, the son of the former vice presidential nominee, self-published a book containing uses of the N-word and the main character being positive toward members of the KKK.
The president also said that China would "own" the U.S. if he were to lose against Biden in the coming election.
The rapper's campaign repeatedly emphasized faith in a list of 10 policy proposals published on the Kanye 2020 website alongside Bible passages.
Dr. Jo Jorgensen is expected to attend other campaign events scheduled for the weekend but will receive a rabies vaccine on Saturday morning.
President Donald Trump has again threatened to sidestep Congress as the White House and Democratic lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on the next coronavirus relief package, but he hasn't yet issued a threatened executive order to act on his own.
Missouri voters ousted a Democratic dynasty and embraced someone who could become one of the most liberal members of Congress. The state also has signed off on a key element of Obamacare.
A new poll found the Republican incumbent held a five point lead over his Democratic challenger with three months left until polling day.
The rapper also said he was "walking" to be president when asked if he was entering the race as a spoiler candidate.
"We're not going to just keep on coming back every day if we can't get to a deal," said U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
In a stinging rebuke of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, House Democrats claim the White House's "deadly denial, distortion and delay has led to the worst federal response to a national emergency in our history."
On the 55th anniversary of the landmark Voting Rights Act, advocates say 2020 presents a whole new challenge for elections access: The novel coronavirus.
President Donald Trump doubled down Wednesday on his claim that the novel coronavirus "will go away," even as COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country.
The president speculated that mail-in votes would potentially take "months" or "years" to be tallied after filing a lawsuit against Nevada.
The president's reelection campaign argued the emergency package would deter voters from the polls in November.
The election surveys from the state tend to favor Republican nominee Roger Marshall, but the contest could still be close.
President Donald Trump is not entertaining the idea of another national lockdown as coronavirus cases continue to spike across the county, despite recommendations from some health and economic experts.
The Trump administration continues to throw up objections to mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, citing delays in counting and the potential for fraud, despite election officials and others insisting that the process can be handled securely.
The state party's chairman said the planned reform measures threatened to upend the November presidential election.