Some have criticized Trump for using the presidency to benefit his own businesses and family, while others warn that voters don't care about such corruption.
Trump's behavior "emboldens other people to be cruel and vicious and racist," the former vice president said.
"We cannot leave any doubt in this election," the former Democratic president said in Pennsylvania.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama said Wednesday that President Donald Trump was "treating the presidency like a reality show that he can use to get attention."
"Can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account when I was running for reelection?" Obama told rally attendees.
President Donald Trump and his administration "have displayed a willingness to use the full force of the federal government to suppress constitutionally protected activity and incite private actors to do the same," according to a voter intimidation lawsuit filed Wednesday.
A vocal Trump critic, Romney previously confirmed he did not vote to elect the current president in 2016.
Cobb County, Georgia, is deep into this year's election. Nearly 30% of the county's registered voters have already cast their ballots.
Texas, once a reliably red state, is turning out to be tighter race for Trump, who received more than 50 percent of the vote there in 2016.
Bolling, who is currently the host of Sinclair's 'America This Week,' is a longtime friend of President Donald Trump.
Court filings by the ACLU show that 545 migrant children have still not been reunited with their parents.
"So much, Mr. President, for standing up to the big, bad communist government of China," the Vermont senator said.
Former New York City mayor and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg continues his ground game assault in Florida—this time funding a union whose workers have been devastated by the pandemic—to reach Black and Latino voters.
Representative Justin Amash criticized attack ads targeting Democratic candidate Hillary Scholten as "particularly bad."
Trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in most major national polls, President Donald Trump and his supporters say a different metric—enthusiasm—is all that matters, and they point to massive crowds at his rallies in key swing states as evidence that he'll pull off a win on November 3.
"Stormy Daniels, Roger Stone, WikiLeaks, Michael Cohen, Nikki Haley, Robert Mueller, much we'll never know," the song begins. "Jared Kushner, nerves frayed, Charlottesville, Kurds betrayed, narcissism, nepotism, never quid pro quo."
Pennsylvania is a crucial battleground state for the Biden campaign, one which Obama won twice, in 2008 and 2012.
The House speaker said that Trump needs the legislation and that while the Democrats also want the checks, they can't abandon other provisions of a relief bill.
The comedy icon shared the video of himself, while his son and grandson were in the window behind him to show support.
Ice Cube said that people "trying to clown" him may have inadvertently promoted the Trump campaign's "Platinum Plan."
The photo began circulating on social media platforms Monday, receiving thousands of shares on Twitter and Facebook, including by Eric Trump.
The FBI are investigating claims that email from "firstname.lastname@example.org" are threatening people to vote for President Donald Trump.
Republicans have served as Defense or War Secretary for more than half of the 40 years of Democratic administrations.
It's already gaining attention again on TikTok.
The president has seen his children act as useful surrogates throughout his campaigns and their support through social media might also prove a valuable asset.
The '(500) Days of Summer' screenwriter gives Lesley Stahl a pass due to her drawing the president's ire.
President Donald Trump has long been fascinated with the stock market, touting a recent bull run as a testament to his success as president. The fact that a Trump win may derail stocks could be an ironic twist in this election saga.
"Biden's dimensia [sic] is worsening, he is not fit," the billboard, in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, says.
The majority of all voters polled (51 percent), Democrats and Republicans, said the Senate should vote to confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court.