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    Rudy Giuliani's Democrat daughter Caroline has offered her dad some 'self care tips' for coping with Donald Trump's election defeat - including to stop using hair dye.  The filmmaker, 31, penned the piece for Vanity Fair last week in which she said: 'Avoid charcoal products or anything with artificial dyes, which may result in your face oozing as you make false claims of voter fraud in Philadelphia, for example.'  Her dad Rudy, in his role as the president's personal attorney, has repeatedly and baselessly claimed that Democrats falsified mail-in ballots to steal the election from Donald Trump. He was seen last week sweating with hair dye running down his face during a lengthy press conference on the issue.  Caroline also tells 'Trumpworld': 'Please note that whining, lying, and grabbing women by the p**** are not skills.' Harvard grad Caroline, who spoke out last month to say she was voting for Joe Biden,...
    NANCY Pelosi said supporters of President Donald Trump aren't uneducated just "sad" and scoffed that some will never be won over. Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, denounced Trump backers as she was interviewed Thursday morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the latest news & updates 5Pelosi denounced Trump backers as she was interviewed Thursday morning on MSNBC’s Morning JoeCredit: MSNBC 5President Trump speaks to his reporters in Erie, Pennsylvania on TuesdayCredit: EPA The Speaker joined Mika Brzezinski, Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist on the weekday morning news show to discuss coronavirus relief and various topics. Pelosi opened up about what she thinks is "really sad" as she answered a question on why 46 percent of Americans have "thought it was okay" for Trump to be president. Before going into detail about Trump supporters, she blasted the president for having...
    Big Tech really stepped in it this week. I get the feeling that they at last realize that they are in trouble; I don't think they yet realize how serious that trouble really is. On the one hand, it's possible to sympathize with companies like Facebook and Twitter, who have had to deal with their executives being frog marched in front of congressional committees for having the temerity to have built a social media ecosystem where center-right articles can be shared and disseminated. Liberals really hate this and have engaged in a yearslong bullying campaign targeting the social media giants, as well as their advertisers. The message has been clear: Suppress right-wing viewpoints or we will make you feel pain. Their stated purpose is to make sure that the social media giants are not helping to spread "false information," which of course to them means any...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Progressives trying to shove Congress to the left by competing in this year’s Democratic primaries ousted three moderate incumbents, won other victories and established themselves as a force that’s not going away. But some challengers lost, and their overall wins were a modest number compared to the 535 House and Senate members. That means it’s been a mixed bag of results for progressives in this year’s races, leading party centrists to minimize those gains and assert that congressional Democrats’ power is really wielded by moderates. “Centrists won the big enchilada, the presidential race,” said Jim Kessler, an executive vice president at the moderate Third Way, citing Joe Biden’s triumph over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the party’s nomination. Kessler wasn’t impressed with the three progressive challengers who defeated Democratic incumbents, either. “If this is what they call a win, they can have this cycle every two...
    DE PERE, Wis. (AP) — Alexis Arnold says she’s sympathetic toward protesters who have peacefully fought racial injustice this summer. But as some demonstrations spiral into violence, her anxiety is building. “Why are we so broken right now?” the 44-year-old art gallery owner wondered. The uncertainty is drawing her to whatever stability President Donald Trump can offer. He has spent weeks pushing questions of safety and security to the forefront of the presidential campaign. And there are signs some Wisconsin voters are listening, after protests have sometimes become violent in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where a white police officer shot a Black man, Jacob Blake, seven times, paralyzing him. “The public just needs something to make them feel comfortable and safe again,” said Arnold, who is white, has voted for Democrats in the past and is raising a biracial daughter. “I almost rather see Trump stay and try to resolve it rather...
    One-fifth of Democrat voters believe that Joe Biden (D), the Democrat Party’s presumptive nominee, is suffering from “some form” of dementia, and a majority of likely voters say it is important for him to address the issue publicly, a Rasmussen Reports poll released Monday revealed. The survey, conducted June 25-28 among 1,000 likely voters, asked respondents, “From what you have seen and read, do you believe Joe Biden is suffering from some form of dementia?” The survey found that 38 percent of voters, overall, believe he has dementia, while 20 percent within his own party say the same. According to Rasmussen, “that compares to 66% of Republicans and 30% of voters not affiliated with either major party.” The survey also asked respondents, “How important is it for Biden to address the dementia issue publicly – very important, somewhat important, not very important or not at all important.” A majority, 61 percent, of all voters...
    “Uncle Tom: An Oral History of the American Black Conservative,” wallows in victimhood for all of a minute. Yes, we hear a crush of black voices describe being called you know what in the film’s opening moments, some of it framed in near comic fashion. Actvisit and YouTube star Candace Owens giggles at the notion she’s a “Black White Supremacist,” as some of her critics allege. Read members only content for just 99¢You’ll also unlock an ad-free experience and the Daily Wire mobile app and help support the web’s best conservative commentary.Get a Reader's Pass130 days until electionDon't miss a beat of our coverage.View 2020 Election PageThe Daily WireAdvertise With UsBook our SpeakersHelp CenterContact UsPrivacy PolicyTerms of UseCareersInternshipsFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeRSS© Copyright 2020, The Daily Wire
    Fox News’ Bret Baier confronted John Bolton in a lengthy interview Tuesday night on a number of subjects, including the fact he fought efforts to testify in the impeachment inquiry and is now criticizing the Democrats’ “impeachment malpractice.” Baier brought up the criticism Bolton has received both from the right and the left, particularly from Trump administration officials and Democrats frustrated he didn’t voluntarily come forward sooner to share what he knew with investigators. Adam Schiff in particular said Bolton “indicts himself for cowardice and for greed,” citing other administration officials who came forward. “Democrats would say why didn’t you step up back then?” Baier asked. Bolton said the Democrats embarked on a “catastrophically wrong” impeachment strategy driven by politics to go after the president as fast as they could. “The reality of history is… the only way we have a real chance at impeachment and conviction is through...
    Prominent Democratic lawmakers are divided on efforts to defund the police following national outrage over the death of George Floyd. Protests around the country have raised calls for states to defund police departments. Roughly two-thirds of Americans generally disagree with the idea, according to an ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday, while 55% of Democrats agree. Overall, some Democrats have voiced support for the movement, but others have spoken up and said they disagree. “Vice President Biden does not believe that police should be defunded,” Andrew Bates, the rapid response director for former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, said in a statement earlier in June. “He hears and shares the deep grief and frustration of those calling out for change, and is driven to ensure that justice is done and that we put a stop to this terrible pain.” “Biden does not believe that police should be defunded. He hears...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden appears to be in a better position to win the November presidential election than ever before, with a number of recently released polls showing him with a significant lead over President Trump. But despite a clear polling advantage for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, there are two key factors that have resulted in many public polls obtaining results that overstate Biden’s actual lead. The first factor is that some polls use disproportionately Democratic samples. BRIAN ARBOUR: TRUMP REELECTION THREATENED BY LOW APPROVAL RATINGS, CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND RACIAL STRIFE For example, we can look to CNN’s general election poll released this week, which shows Biden beating Trump nationally by a 14-point margin – 55 percent to 41 percent. Although Biden holds a national advantage over Trump according to all recent public polling, the CNN poll inflates Biden’s margin of victory by having a disproportionately Democratic registered...
    An African woman posted a video excoriating Democrats for using traditional African garb in their political photo op on Monday, but her viral message was met with vitriolic anger by some liberals. Obianuju Ekeocha posted the video to Twitter where it quickly garnered hundreds of thousands views for criticizing the Black Lives Matter demonstration by Democrats using a traditional Kente cloth. "Hi friends! I'm usually either too busy or too lazy to make this kind of quick video response, but today something happened and I thought, it's actually important enough that I get in front of my camera and make a short video to explain something short enough for me to post on Twitter," she began. "I was just looking online today like most of you and what did I see, a bunch of Democrat politicians, kneeling down, of which I have...
    Congressional Democrats engaged in some performative demonstration Monday morning before introducing a police reform legislative package while wearing traditional west African accessories. Democrats from the House and Senate knelt for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in the Capitol Visitor Center while wearing kente cloths, with the time being a reference to how long George Floyd was pinned to the ground by the former Minneapolis police officer who killed him. Once they got up, they held a joint news conference during which they unveiled a police reform legislative package that included a ban on chokeholds and some increased accountability measures for police departments. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the details of the reforms are not the main story, however. "The story that leaves here, as Mr. [James] Clyburn said, is liberty and justice for all," Pelosi said. Pelosi also dismissed safety concerns some have expressed amid all the...
    Is former Vice President Joe Biden’s inner circle too white? Some Democrats are worried it is, according to a New York Times report -- even as his presidential campaign is actively adding a diverse group of high-level advisers. Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, fended off primary competition carried by strong support from African-American voters in the South. He also served two terms as vice president to the country’s first black president, Barack Obama. But his top aides and advisers are mostly white, according to The Times report. FILE - Former President Barack Obama speaks, standing next to then-Vice President Joe Biden, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) “If you look at the traditional inner circle, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of voices of color around the table,” Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, a high-ranking House Democrat...
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