A fake Twitter account using the photo of Black veteran Damian Daniels, who was fatally shot by police in August, is one of over a dozen suspended profiles posing as Black Trump supporters.
"I wish he would smile more and talk less," Paulette Dale elaborated after the Town Hall on Thursday night.
The president continued his trend Thursday night of refusing to condemn the dangerous conspiracy theory that the FBI considers a potential domestic terror threat.
Groups in North Carolina are racing to meet Latino and Black voters in their neighborhoods and online, informing them of what pandemic voting looks like and the importance of down-ballot races to effect change in their communities.
As far as the race is concerned, Joe Biden appears to be ahead of Donald Trump, both in polls and ratings.
According to the U.S. Elections Project, whose data is compiled by Michael McDonald, a political science professor at the University of Florida, at least 21,825,770 voters have already cast their ballots in the 2020 election.
There's stirring in the numbers that might well show that maybe, just maybe, this is a false calm ahead of significant movement.
Similar to how the Trump seemingly believed a fake story from "The Babylon Bee" to be real, here are other examples of politicians who have mistaken satire for fact.
Many said that it was ridiculous that Trump didn't say the conspiracy wasn't true and that he didn't disavow the group's support.
The largest wager, for £115,472 ($148,058 at today's exchange rate), was placed on Sunday for the former vice president.
"With Biden, it made me think about Hitler because the way the Germans did the Jews, they killed like thousands of them at once," Boyce Watkins said in the video shared by Ice Cube on Twitter.
"Imagine a young girl looking in the mirror, searching for role models. Now imagine how she feels when she watches women being verbally attacked," the ad's female narrator says.
"If there's no Section 230 you might want to think twice about hitting that retweet button," one free speech and defamation lawyer told Newsweek, as Republicans call for the law to be changed.
The recognition comes after Trump spent the summer rebranding his re-election campaign under the "law and order" banner.
Sylvia Shaw, an academic and author of "Women, Language and Politics," told Newsweek, "This is part of the febrile political polarization in the run-up to the U.S. election right now—with a sexist twist!"
Those in the Keystone State worried Joe Biden's energy policies might hurt jobs, see the vice president as a better champion of workers' rights than President Donald Trump.
Senator Collins has split with President Trump on several issues: the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, his stance on health care and the opening up of 5,000 square miles of water to commercial fishing, which would roll back protection at a marine conservation area near Maine.
Governor Larry Hogan told The Washington Post that he wrote in Reagan for the presidential election due to an inability to pick between Trump and Biden.
Most memes accused the woman of being a plant from the Trump campaign, while it was later discovered that she'd previously run for Congress.
The president's campaign announced that it raised almost $136 million less than the Biden campaign in September.
The former New Jersey governor said that his choice to not wear a mask during the Rose Garden ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination was a "mistake."
Caroline Giuliani continues to support the Biden campaign, and she encourages voters to cast their ballots for the Democratic nominee ahead of next month's election.
On Thursday, Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee called for Dorsey to testify before the committee amidst censorship concerns.
Betting websites reported exactly the same odds before and after both men took part in separate televised events.
"President Trump Declares The Babylon Bee His Most-Trusted News Source," the satirical news website's headline read.
The president previously said "is that supposed to be a bad thing?" when asked about theory that he is taking down satanic pedophiles.
"Well @JoeBiden @ABCPolitics townhall feels like I am watching an episode of Mister Rodgers Neighborhood," Mercedes Schlapp, a senior adviser to the Trump campaign, wrote on her Twitter account.
A tracker poll put the president's average disapproval rating at more than 54 percent on Thursday night.
Guthrie's performance during the NBC event drew praise and criticism—and gained her thousands of new social media followers.