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              Welcome to a new Wednesday edition of our daily Virginia Trump campaign update! We will provide our readers with daily updates on the Trump Virginia campaign from today to November 3 (and after…if need be!). It’s officially 41 days until the election on November 3 – and six days until President Trump and Joe Biden square off in the first presidential debate. It appears President Trump will have enough support from Republicans in the Senate to vote and potentially confirm the president’s nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) in recent days commented publicly that they would vote on...
    Getty Trump is pictured at his Pittsburgh rally on Tuesday. President Donald Trump led a “Great American Comeback” event on Tuesday, September 22. Here’s a look at how many people attended the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, rally, along with crowd photos.Thousands Attended the Rally at the Pittsburgh International Airport GettyPresident Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally. Shelby Cassesse of KDKA reported that there were thousands at the rally tonight. The event took place at the Pittsburgh International Airport. Some sources referred to the event as technically taking place in Moon Township, which is part of the greater Pittsburgh metro area. The Times reported that the crowd numbered “several thousand.” Allegheny County currently allows 100 people in outdoor gatherings,...
    President Trump on Tuesday slammed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for changing his positions on fracking and trade during a rally in swing-state Pennsylvania. Trump told a Pittsburgh crowd that Biden flip-flopped on fracking for oil and natural gas after promising to eliminate fossil fuels and prohibit “new fracking” — which he recently walked back. “Don’t forget, I am not the candidate … that said, ‘We’re not going to have fracking, we’re going to ban fracking,’ and he said that for a year. Then all of a sudden he said, well, maybe we’ll have some fracking,” Trump told the cheering crowd. “By the way, you know that won’t last because the radical left won’t let him get away with...
    President Trump on Tuesday slammed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for changing his positions on fracking and trade during a rally in swing-state Pennsylvania. Trump told a Pittsburgh crowd that Biden flip-flopped on fracking for oil and natural gas after promising to eliminate fossil fuels and prohibit “new fracking” — which he recently walked back. “Don’t forget, I am not the candidate … that said, ‘We’re not going to have fracking, we’re going to ban fracking,’ and he said that for a year. Then all of a sudden he said, well, maybe we’ll have some fracking,” Trump told the cheering crowd. “By the way, you know that won’t last because the radical left won’t let him get away with it....
    A Virginia couple has been arrested for carrying a pistol, 200 rounds of ammunition, a pitchfork, shovels and a backpack not far from where President Donald Trump was holding a political rally in Ohio. John C. Davison, 38, and Vicki M. Davison, 33, of Virginia Beach were taken into custody Monday after being spotted walking along the railroad tracks behind the Toledo Executive Airport in Lake Township by an airport employee. They both were charged with making terrorist threats, carrying a concealed weapon, inducing panic and criminal trespassing. The arrests involved the Secret Service and FBI since Trump was holding a rally at the Eugene F. Kranz Toledo Express Airport about 20 miles away. The executive airport is a "relief...
    Rep. Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarDemocrats scramble on COVID-19 relief amid division, Trump surprise Larry Kudlow defends response to coronavirus: Trump 'led wisely' The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by National Industries for the Blind - Woodward book revelations rock Washington MORE (D-Minn.) fired back at President TrumpDonald John TrumpBubba Wallace to be driver of Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin NASCAR team Graham: GOP will confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee before the election Southwest Airlines, unions call for six-month extension of government aid MORE Tuesday night after he went after her at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania. Trump on Tuesday said Omar, a refugee from Somalia who came to the U.S. as a child, is “telling us how to run our country” and taunted...
    President Trump on Tuesday mocked Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for allegedly getting plastic surgery — and then covering it up with a mask at a campaign rally in Pittsburgh. “I mean, honestly, what the hell did he spend all that money on the plastic surgery [for] if he is going to cover it up?” Trump jeered. “Seriously — the whole deal!” he said of Biden’s alleged makeover. Trump rarely wears masks in public amid the COVID-19 pandemic and many tightly clustered supporters chose not to do so either at the rally. Spokespeople for Biden, 77, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Experts attribute Biden’s “full head of hair, smooth forehead, and Cheshire Cat grin” to...
    President Trump on Tuesday mocked Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for allegedly getting plastic surgery — and then covering it up with a mask at a campaign rally in Pittsburgh. “I mean, honestly, what the hell did he spend all that money on the plastic surgery [for] if he is going to cover it up?” Trump jeered. “Seriously — the whole deal!” he said of Biden’s alleged makeover. Trump rarely wears masks in public amid the COVID-19 pandemic and many tightly clustered supporters chose not to do so either at the rally. Spokespeople for Biden, 77, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Experts attribute Biden’s “full head of hair, smooth forehead, and Cheshire Cat grin” to medical...
    President Donald Trump took a moment to thank Mitt Romney for his support on the Supreme Court during his Tuesday night rally in Pennsylvania. He fired up the crowd as he talked about appointing a woman to the seat, briefly teasing a bit to ask people if they’d rather he pick a man. The president added that whoever he picks is going to face “abuse” once announced this Saturday. He dismissed Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski as he touted “tremendous Republican support” and how much the party is unified. Trump alluded to the impeachment saga and the Senate vote to acquit. “Who was the half? I can’t imagine,” Trump said, referring to Romney. But considering Romney has indicated his...
    Ohio's GOP Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted has been booed at a Trump rally after he tried to encourage the President's supporters to wear face masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic.   The Republican politician took to the stage in front of 1,200 Trump supporters in Dayton on Monday evening, where he urged the crowd to cover their noses and mouths when out in public.  'I'm trying to make masks in America great again,' Husted enthusiastically stated into the microphone after whipping out a red face mask with the words 'Trump 2020' emblazoned across it.  The audience instantly made their disapproval known, with loud jeers breaking out.  'Get off the stage,' one Trump supporter could be heard yelling in video shared on social...
    Olivia Troye, the former Mike Pence aide speaking out critically about the Trump administration’s coronavirus response, said staffers who went to the president’s Tulsa rally were “scared” ahead of time. In her interview with Andrea Mitchell, Troye called out President Donald Trump for his lack of mask-wearing, saying, “This isn’t a political thing. It’s human life and health.” WATCH: Former White House coronavirus task force member Olivia Troye speaks out to @MitchellReports about the Trump administrations pandemic response. https://t.co/x9Cuxyinwx pic.twitter.com/XzJQaTV7tP — NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) September 22, 2020 She brought up the president’s much-criticized Tulsa rally in particular, saying, “I had conversations with staff who were going on that trip who were scared. They...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) — President Donald Trump is back in the Pittsburgh area for a rally as Election Day looms. President Trump is at Pittsburgh International Airport on Tuesday night, rallying support 42 days before the general election. The visit is the president’s fourth stop in Pennsylvania this month. Earlier this month, Pres. Trump held a rally in Westmoreland County and visited the Flight 93 Memorial for the 9/11 ceremony. Crowds started filing in to hear the president speak after 4 p.m. There are chairs and bleacher seats for hundreds of supporters, more than the 100 people Allegheny County currently allows at outdoor gatherings. A county spokesperson said the enforcement team will review any complaints...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday will speak at a campaign rally at an airport in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The event is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. EST. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches with a limited crowd at airports around the country.
    President Donald Trump is campaigning tonight in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania is a crucial state both candidates are campaigning for this year. The current RealClearPolitics average of polls has Joe Biden ahead by 3.9 points. The U.S. has reached the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus. The president has faced a great deal of criticism for his comments at a rally Monday night saying “it affects virtually nobody.” The rally also comes days before the president is set to announce his pick for the Supreme Court — largely expected to be Judge Amy Coney Barrett. You can watch live above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Donald Trump will hold a Tuesday evening campaign rally in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times Eastern. — 6:50 PM: Another energetic crowd outside of Pittsburgh for the president: “I’m getting very close to having a final decision made,” says Pres Trump of his choice to nominate to the Supreme Court. Says he plans to announce it at 5PM/ET on Saturday. “I think you’ll be very impressed by the person chosen,” he tells reporters before leaving WH for PA rally pic.twitter.com/76MgdYzwax — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 22, 2020 Long line to get into @realDonaldTrump’s rally in Moon Township, #PA at a hangar outside #Pittsburgh International Airport. On the speakers: “Macho Man”...
    The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 surpassed 200,000 on Tuesday, but the grim milestone passed without too much of a comment from a White House more focused on the battle over the Supreme Court. Trump used a recorded speech to the annual United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday to condemn China for unleashing “the plague onto the world,” but did not mention the fact that the U.S. was nearing 200,000 deaths. The U.S. passed that marker a couple hours later, according to John Hopkins University. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany opened her briefing about 90 minutes later with an attack on Democrats about the battle to nominate a successor to liberal Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgGraham: GOP will...
    Photo by Dave DeckerDespite outrage aimed at Black Lives Matter protesters for blocking streets, hundreds of Tampa Bay area Trump supporters plan to clog up Interstate 4 this weekend for a “Trump Train” rally. A Facebook event page for the “I4 Trump Train” says it will begin this Saturday at 9 a.m., and will start at 1101 Goldfinch Dr., in Plant City. “The train will enter the highway at 9:45 a.m. heading east to Celebration and turn around. The train will exit I4 at Park Rd and drive to downtown Plant City,” says the event.  As of now the event has 156 confirmed guests, and 675 that are “interested.”  Unsurprisingly, this rally was created by the “I4 Trump Train” public...
    Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted was heckled by the crowd at President Trump's rally for urging people to wear masks. The Republican spoke at a Trump rally outside of Dayton, Ohio, on Monday when Trump supporters eager to hear the president started booing him and encouraging him to “get off the stage," according to Cleveland.com. He suggested that even if they don't like masks, they should wear a Trump-inspired one, but it was not well-received by those in attendance. “Hang on, I get it,” Husted said. “You don’t like it. But if you go into a grocery store where you got to wear one ... Just listen up." “All right, I get it," he shouted over the boos. "But...
    President Trump is holding a campaign rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Tuesday night, as he tries to hold onto a key state that helped propel him to victory in 2016. CBS News polling shows former Vice President Joe Biden is leading Mr. Trump in the state, 52% to 47%. The rally comes after the president said he'll be announcing his Supreme Court selection at the White House on Saturday. He has also said that his pick will be a woman. How to watch  What: President Trump holds rally Date: August 5, 2020  Time: 7 p.m. ET Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  Online stream: Live on CBSN - in the player above and on your mobile or streaming device  Mr. Trump is holding rallies nearly every...
    A Virginia couple was busted while allegedly carrying a gun and 200 rounds of ammunition, along with a pitchfork and shovels, ahead of a Trump campaign rally Monday night, authorities said. John C. Davison, 38, and Vicki M. Davison, 33, were spotted by a Toledo Executive Airport employee walking on the railroad tracks behind the airport in Lake Township, the Sentinel-Tribune reported. The worker said the couple had a backpack and shovels. Police “converged” on the pair and took them into custody without incident, Lake Township Police Chief Mark Hummer told the newspaper. The Davisons allegedly had on them two shovels, a pitchfork and a backpack stuffed with a Glock pistol with an extended magazine, as well as 200 rounds...
    Loading the player... Forty-three days before the November election, President Donald Trump spoke at a campaign rally just outside of Toledo, Ohio, where a crowd encouraged him to “fill that seat!”  The chant broke out as Trump talked off the cuff to his supporters about filling the U.S. Supreme Court seat vacated by the passing of longtime Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday.  President Donald Trump charges up the crowd Monday during a campaign rally at the Toledo Express Airport in Swanton, Ohio. (Photo by Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images) “As our nation mourns the loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I will soon announce a nominee for the United States Supreme Court,” he said, adding, “They...
    There Are 6 Dune Books in the Series - Here Are Their Plots in Order 12 Ways to Maximize Your Social Security Checks President Donald Trump welcomes high school football players on stage at rally who carried thin blue/red flags The two Little Miami High School (Ohio) football players who carried thin blue line and thin red line flags onto a field supporting police and firefighters were brought on stage at President Donald Trump's Monday night rally near Toledo. © Alex Brandon, AP President Donald Trump brings two football players from Little Miami High School who were suspended for a short time for carrying flags that showed support for law enforcement at the start of a game on Sept. 11,...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — President Trump will be back in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, aiming to rally support here in Pittsburgh just 42 days before the general election. He will speak from Pittsburgh International Airport Tuesday evening. This visit marks the President’s fourth stop to the Keystone State this month alone. Earlier this month, the President held a rally in Westmoreland County and visited the Flight 93 Memorial for the 9/11 ceremony. The frequent visits underscores just how important Pennsylvania is to this year’s election. The President’s remarks are slated to begin at 7:00 p.m. Doors will open to the public at 4:00 p.m. You will need to register for a ticket. A link can be found here.
    President Trump falsely claimed that COVID-19 'affects virtually nobody' except for older Americans and those with preexisting conditions as the death toll neared 200,000. The incorrect assessment came Monday night during a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, where a packed crowd donned 'Make America Great Again' paraphernalia and supported Trump ahead of the November 3 election.  'Take your hats off to the young, because they have a hell of an immune system,' Trump told the cheering crowd.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sylvester Stallone's mother Jackie 'passes away at the age of 98' | Daily Mail... Louisville declares state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor announcement |... Share this article Share Before that, he made the erroneous...
    Donald Trump told a rally in Ohio on Monday night that suburban women 'love me' because he had prevented the construction of affordable housing in their neighborhoods.  In remarks that have been previously condemned as racist, the president said women of 'suburbia' appreciated his housing policies. In July the Trump administration repealed Barack Obama's 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule. The AFFH did not mandate low-income housing to be built in suburban areas, but rather aimed to eliminate discrimination and combat segregation in housing. Trump claimed on Monday night that he had saved the suburbs from an influx of low-income developments.   'We are doing really well with the African American community, with the Hispanic community, we're doing well with women,' he said....
    Two Virginia residents were arrested Monday after authorities said they were found walking on railroad tracks behind an Ohio airport with shovels, a pitchfork and a backpack containing a gun and ammunition. John Davison, 38, and Vicki Davison, 33, both of Virginia Beach, were each charged with making terrorist threats; carrying a concealed weapon; inducing panic, and criminal trespassing after their arrests that involved the Secret Service because the president was nearby for a rally, The Sentinel-Tribune in Bowling Green reported. It wasn’t immediately known if either one had retained an attorney or if they were related. The two were captured behind the Toledo Executive Airport in Lake Township, which is a designated reliever airport for the Toledo Express Airport. President Donald...
    Getty Trump at the Dayton rally President Donald Trump led two rallies on Monday, September 21. The first event was in Dayton, Ohio, which was billed as a workers rally with more limited attendance than the second rally of the day. Here’s a look at how many people attended the Dayton, Ohio, rally, along with crowd photos and a video of the Lieutenant Governor being booed when he talked about masks.At Least 1,200 People Attended Trump’s Dayton Rally GettyPresident Donald Trump departs a rally at Dayton International Airport. The event was held at Wright Bros. Aero hanger at the Dayton International Airport. The photo below shows the crowd when Trump arrived in Dayton, Ohio, as shared by...
    Getty Trump Rally Crowd President Donald Trump hosted an event in Swanton, Ohio, on Monday, September 21. Here’s a look at Trump’s Swanton, Ohio, rally crowd photos and more details about how many people attended the event at the Toledo Express Airport.Thousands Attended the Swanton, Ohio, Rally GettyPresident Donald Trump speaks during a rally at Toledo Express Airport in Swanton, Ohio. The September 21 rally in Swanton, Ohio, was his second event in Ohio that day. Brendan Gutenschwager, an independent journalist, described the rally as being attended by “thousands.” “We will Make America Great Again” Trump concluding tonight’s rally with a crowd of thousands in Swanton, Ohio #TrumpRally #Trump2020 #MAGA pic.twitter.com/mSrXIcel7t — Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) September 22,...
    Two high school football players who were suspended for waving Thin Blue Line flags at a game earlier this month joined President Donald Trump on stage at a rally in Ohio.   Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley, seniors at Little Miami High School, were welcomed to the stage by a cheering crowd in Dayton on Monday night.  Trump called the teens 'good looking men' and said: 'I want to congratulate you, you're going to become famous.' 'They're going to go to Hollywood, they're going to become movie actors,' he told the crowd.   Williams and Bentley, both dressed in suits and patriotic masks, seemed star-struck and nervous as Trump asked them how their football season is going.  Trump laughed after one of...
    Bradley Cortright September 21, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump’s supporters in Swanton, Ohio, expressed their desire for him to fill the new vacancy on the Supreme Court. During a rally on Monday night, Trump began to address the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg when supporters interrupted with chants of “fill that seat.” “As our nation mourns the loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I will soon announce a nominee for the United States Supreme Court,” he said, adding, “They say it’s the most important thing a president can do.” The crowd continued to chant “fill that seat” and wave signs that had the slogan on them. “We will fill that seat … probably announce the person … I...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden leads Trump by 36 points nationally among Latinos: poll Trump dismisses climate change role in fires, says Newsom needs to manage forest better Jimmy Kimmel hits Trump for rallies while hosting Emmy Awards MORE put the ensuing fight over the Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgRegina King accepts Emmy wearing Breonna Taylor shirt, urges viewers to vote Ocasio-Cortez to voters: Tell McConnell 'he is playing with fire' with Ginsburg's seat Mural of Ruth Bader Ginsburg pops up blocks away from White House MORE front and center of his campaign rally on Monday.  Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Swanton, Ohio, Trump declared he would announce his female nominee...
    Gov. Steve Sisolak said Monday that he does not plan to take back the $8.9 million in coronavirus relief that Nevada allocated to Douglas County, despite local officials agreeing to welcome President Donald Trump for a campaign rally in defiance of state pandemic directives. To prevent the spread of coronavirus, Sisolak issued guidelines to cap public gatherings at 50 people or fewer. But thousands of the president’s mostly mask-less supporters flocked to the Minden-Tahoe Airport in rural northern Nevada for a rally on Sept. 12. In the days after the rally, Sisolak said he had not decided whether to enforce the terms of the contract. On Monday, he said he decided to not withdraw the funds because he didnt want...
    Bradley Cortright September 21, 2020 0 Comments Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) received a cold reception at President Donald Trump’s rally in Dayton, Ohio, on Monday.  “We’re joined today by a real good friend of mine, somebody who’s been with me from the beginning, and I’ve been with him from the beginning,” Trump said at his campaign event. After the attendees began to boo, Trump added, “He’s opening up … he’s a good man.” Watch the moment below: Whoa. Trump introduces Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine — and the crowd boos him! “He’s opening up,” Trump says, to try to placate the audience. pic.twitter.com/3G9AN8897b — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 21, 2020 CNN’s Jeremy Diamond reported that before Trump spoke, the state’s Lt. Gov....
    President Donald Trump on Thursday will speak at a campaign rally at an airport in Swanton, Ohio. The event is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. EST. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches with a limited crowd at airports around the country.
    President Donald Trump will hold a Monday evening rally in Swanton, Ohio. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times Eastern. — 7:20 PM: After holding an event for workers in Vandalia, high-energy Trump will hold another big rally in Swanton, Ohio, this evening. Trump concluded his event in Vandalia and is on his way to Swanton. Here’s the scene right now for the “Great American Comeback” Trump rally set to begin at 7 outside Grand Aire at the Toledo Express Airport. The president has not yet spoken in Vandalia for his first Ohio campaign stop of the day so he may be late to this Swanton event. pic.twitter.com/YkMO3pzMHo — Micaela Marshall (@MMarshallTV) September 21, 2020 The line...
    By SAM METZ, AP/Report for America CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Gov. Steve Sisolak said Monday that he does not plan to take back the $8.9 million in coronavirus relief that Nevada allocated to Douglas County, despite local officials agreeing to welcome President Donald Trump for a campaign rally in defiance of state pandemic directives. To prevent the spread of coronavirus, Sisolak issued guidelines to cap public gatherings at 50 people or fewer. But thousands of the president’s mostly mask-less supporters flocked to the Minden-Tahoe Airport in rural northern Nevada for a rally on Sept. 12. In the days after the rally, Sisolak said he had not decided whether to enforce the terms of the contract. On Monday, he said...
    Attendees at one of President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden leads Trump by 36 points nationally among Latinos: poll Trump dismisses climate change role in fires, says Newsom needs to manage forest better Jimmy Kimmel hits Trump for rallies while hosting Emmy Awards MORE's rallies in Ohio on Monday booed Gov. Mike DeWineMike DeWineOhio bars local, state officials from closing churches, changing election dates New York puts Ohio back on travel advisory list Secretaries of states warn Election Day could drag out MORE (R), catching the president by surprise. Trump introduced DeWine at the top of his remarks in Dayton, describing the governor as "somebody that's been with me from the beginning, and I've been with him from the beginning." The crowd of hundreds of...
    Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted spoke to attendees of President Donald Trump’s rally Monday ahead of the president’s arrival, and he was loudly booed when he tried to encourage mask use as a patriotic, pro-Trump thing to do. The campaign has thrown @LtGovHusted into the awkward role of promoting masks. Shouts of “Tyrant!” “Not gonna work!” & plenty of booing. DeWine/Husted have pushed masks for months. Husted: “you’ve made your point,” “hang on, I get it” and trying to pivot to pro-Trump rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/FVKKSnsHYP — Geoff Redick (@GeoffWSYX6) September 21, 2020 Video from the event shows people shouting and booing as Husted tried to promote mask use by showing off Trump masks and MAGA masks. He even...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Hundreds of demonstrators rallied Times Square in conjunction with 14 other cities to highlight the deaths of more than 200,000 deaths due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Demonstrators organized by RefuseFacism.org, railed against President Donald Trump for failing to take proper measures to protect people from the contagion. They added the virus to a laundry list of complaints about the administration that includes the president’s statement that he will try to appoint a new, conservative justice to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat. “We face a rolling coup barreling to a showdown on Nov. 3. The Trump/Pence regime have said and shown...
    SCARY footage shows the moment a Trump supporter allegedly hit a 13-year-old girl in the face with a flagpole during a rally in Florida. The 67-year-old was filmed charging towards a family's car after the teen and her mom exchanged middle-finger gestures with him last Wednesday. 4Footage shows Norbert Logsdon, 67, shoving a flagpole into a car and striking a 13-year-old girlCredit: Crystal Ledoux Norbert Eugene Logsdon Jr, 67, was arrested on September 16 and is facing a felony child abuse charge, according to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office website. Footage of the incident, which was captured by the teen's mother, shows Logsdon running towards a moving car and shoving a flagpole through the open passenger window. Profanities between people...
    A Donald Trump supporter who allegedly struck a 13-year-old girl with a flagpole during a rally has been arrested. Norbert Logsdon, 67, has been charged with child abuse after the attack on Wednesday, in Orange Park, Florida. The violent scenes were captured on video by the girl's mother Crystal Ledoux who was driving past the rally. Norbert Logsdon, 67, has been charged with child abuse after allegedly charging at a girl with a flagpole and hitting her in the face and chest She said: 'My daughter and I were on our way to grab a bite to eat and passed a rally of Trump supporters on the corner of Blanding Blvd and Loch Rane.  'There was a man shouting...
    Alex Thomas September 21, 2020 0 Comments The 72nd annual Emmy Awards ceremony was, like all other things in 2020, a bit different. The show was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and was absent an audience, though Kimmel’s first minutes on stage were juxtaposed with clips of laughing celebrities before eventually giving up the gag and putting up the lights on the empty arena. When the lights went up at around 5 minutes and 20 seconds into his monologue, Kimmel quipped, “Of course, I’m here all alone. Of course, we don’t have an audience. This isn’t a MAGA rally, it’s the Emmys.” Instead of an audience, the seats at the Emmys were filled with cardboard cut-outs of the nominees....
    President Donald Trump used his Fayetteville, North Carolina rally on Saturday to accuse Joe Biden of taking performance-enhancing drugs before his public appearances. But according to journalist and Democratic consultant John Aravosis, the president’s comments were a reflection of his own habits. “Many of Trump’s lies are tells,” he tweeted. “They’re a reflection of what HE’S actually done. It’s interesting that Trump talks about Biden being on ‘performance enhancing drugs’ when it’s Trump who is on a slurred-speech high tonight while being comatose yesterday.” Social media users appeared to agree with the writer’s claim. “The injection in the ass was very specific, almost a recollection,” one wrote. “Every accusation a confession,” tweeted another. Aravosis’ comment was a response to Vox...
    Loading the player... At a rally in North Carolina on Saturday night, President Donald Trump sent thoughts and prayers to the family of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and laid out his plan to replace the late Supreme Court Justice as soon as possible. “Article two of our constitution says the president shall nominate justices of the Supreme Court. I don’t think it can be anymore clear, can it? Don’t think so. I don’t think so. What do you think? I don’t think it can be anymore clear,” Trump said before his supporters chimed in. “Fill that seat,” the crowd began to chant, to the delight of Trump. Trump: "Were going to fill the seat."Crowd chants "fill that seat!"Trump: "I...
    Clay County Sheriff Norbert Eugene Logsdon Norbert Eugene Logsdon is the Florida man accused of striking a teenage girl with a flagpole during a demonstration in support of President Donald Trump. According to a video of the incident, Logsdon shoved the pole into the victim’s vehicle. The girl, who was riding in the passenger seat, was hit in the face and chest, her mother told First Coast News. The altercation happened on September 16 in Orange Park, which is a suburb of Jacksonville. Logsdon was arrested later that evening and has been charged with felony child abuse, according to the arrest bulletin on the Clay County Sheriff’s Office website. Heavy has reached out to the department for a...
    President Donald Trump speaks on the fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention with a speech delivered in front a live audience on the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday, August 27, 2020. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images President Donald Trump on Saturday night asked a group of women supporters if their husbands were aware they were at his campaign event in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  "I hope your husbands are okay with it," Trump said, speaking to a group of women in the crowd on what their husbands think about their attendance. His remarks came amid a speech in which he promised to nominate a woman to the Supreme Court to replace...
    President Trump called to congratulate Colby Covington after his victory over Tryon Woodley at UFC Vegas 11 Saturday night. The fighter, a vocal Trump supporter, was in the midst of a post-match interview when he was handed the phone and told the commander in chief was on the line. “Oh, the POTUS is calling me!,” Covington said, putting Trump on speakerphone. “You are a great fighter,” Trump said on the line. “You make it look so easy. I don’t know how you do it. Congratulations, I wanted to watch that fight tonight. You were great.” Covington attended Trump’s rally last weekend and Nevada and posted a video on Instagram with the president to promote his fight against Woodley. Covington...
    President Trump called to congratulate Colby Covington after his victory over Tryon Woodley at UFC Vegas 11 Saturday night. The fighter, a vocal Trump supporter, was in the midst of a post-match interview when he was handed the phone and told the commander in chief was on the line. “Oh, the POTUS is calling me!,” Covington said, putting Trump on speakerphone. “You are a great fighter,” Trump said on the line. “You make it look so easy. I don’t know how you do it. Congratulations, I wanted to watch that fight tonight. You were great.” Covington attended Trump’s rally last weekend and Nevada and posted a video on Instagram with the president to promote his fight against Woodley. Covington sported...
    If the crowd at President Trump’s Saturday rally in North Carolina was any indicator, the president's supporters have already decided what he should do about the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. “Fill that seat!” the crowd chanted as the president spoke at Fayetteville Regional Airport about who he might nominate to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the nation's highest court. Ginsburg died Friday at age 87 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. "It will be a woman -- a very talented, very brilliant woman," Trump told the crowd of his potential choice. "I think it should be a woman. I actually like women much more than I like men.” TRUMP SAYS SUPREME COURT PICK WILL 'MOST LIKELY' BE A WOMAN, ANNOUNCEMENT COULD...
    Louisville federal buildings close as city awaits state findings on Breonna Taylor Foods you can and cant keep after their expiration date President Trump called Colby Covington after his UFC on ESPN+ 36 win, because of course he did © Provided by Blue Corner You knew it was coming. Of course President Trump was gonna call Colby Covington if he’d won Saturday night at UFC on ESPN+ 36. Covington had his way with former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, en route to a dominant fifth-round TKO win (because of injury) at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Afterward, Covington – who loves him some Trump – was in the middle of an interview with Megan Olivi on the ESPN+ post-fight...
    Getty Trump Fayetteville Rally President Donald Trump hosted an event in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Saturday, September 19. The day before, he hosted a rally in Minnesota. This was his first rally since Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. Here’s a look at Trump’s Fayetteville, North Carolina, rally crowd photos and more details about how many people attended the event. Trump’s last rally in North Carolina was on September 8, when he hosted a rally in Winston Salem. You can see photos of that rally here.Thousands Attended the Fayetteville Rally GettyPresident Donald Trump speaks at a “Great American Comeback” rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The September 19 rally was hosted at the Fayetteville Regional Airport and, technically, was called a...
    President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Saturday, where he spoke about a range of topics, from military weaponry to the recently deceased Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As video posted to YouTube by NBC revealed, he suggested that he was planning to nominate a woman. Around the same time, also asked the female attendees if their husbands approved of their decision to attend his events. Trump appeared to recognize several of the women in the audience before he pretended to hold a poll over whether he should nominate a male or a female to replace Ginsburg, who died on Friday from complications due to metastatic pancreatic cancer. “Ok let’s do a poll. Oh,...
    President Donald Trump railed against the media’s coverage of him at his North Carolina rally on Saturday night – while also taking aim at one of his favorite cable networks, Fox News, stating that they have “changed a lot” since his 2016 campaign. Riffing against the way in which the media covers his campaign rallies, Trump began, “they only show your face. And I saw people they never show. That includes Fox [News], which has changed a lot. Changed a lot. It’s sad. Somebody said, what’s the biggest difference between 2016 and now?” “You know what I said? Fox,” Trump stated. “I don’t know what’s going on with that,” he added, referring to the cable network. “But we have some great ones to on Fox.”...
    President Donald Trump suggested Joe Biden might take debate-enhancing drugs, and said he would like a drug test administered prior to their upcoming presidential debates. “I got a debate coming up with this guy,” Trump told the crowd. “You never know. They gave him a big fat shot in the ass… and for two hours, he is better than ever before. Problem is, what happens after that?” Trump added, “We’re going to ask for a drug test, we are. I’d like to have a drug test. Both of us, I’ll take it, he’ll take it.” The former vice president and the president are set to go head-to-head in their first debate on September 29th, with moderator Chris Wallace of Fox...
    President Donald Trump at his Saturday evening campaign rally in North Carolina touted that he is going to have Oracle pay the United States $5 billion for an education fund to teach students about “real history” pending the technology company purchasing of TikTok. “We are very close to a great deal with TikTok. TikTok,” Trump began. “But nobody cares about that anymore, all they care about is ‘fill that seat,’ right? Until about 24 hours ago, that’s all they talked about was TikTok. TikTok.” “But, we have a deal worked out, I think with Walmart going to buy it along with Oracle, Larry Ellison [Oracle Co-founder]. It’s going to be an incredible combination,” Trump stated. “And I said, could...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A rally for President Donald Trump happened Saturday at the California State Capitol in Sacramento. Trump supporters in attendance showed support for law enforcement and wounded veterans. CBS13 spoke with a family who passed by the Capitol to pay their respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg but didn’t realize there was a rally today. “I was completely unaware of that, but seeing someone out here putting something down gave me some direction,” said Sarah Posluszny. “But I got to be honest, having this out here made me very nervous.” Some people left painted stones as a tribute to Justice Ginsburg, as part of Jewish tradition. Ginsburg died Friday in her Washington home due to complications of metastatic...
    President Donald Trump‘s supporters appeared excited at the prospect of Ruth Bader Ginsburg‘s seat being filled, during a rally in North Carolina on Saturday night. “Article two of our constitution says the president shall nominate justices of the Supreme Court. I don’t think it can be any more clear, can it? Don’t think so. I don’t think so. What do you think? I don’t think it can be any more clear,” Trump said before being interrupted by his supporters. “Fill that seat! Fill that seat! Fill that seat,” the crowd chants with Trump following up with, “This can only happen in North Carolina.” “That’s what we’re going to do. We’re gonna fill the seat,” said Trump. “There’s a lot...
    The evening after the Supreme Court announced the death of late liberal Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgObama calls on Senate not to fill Ginsburg's vacancy until after election Planned Parenthood: 'The fate of our rights' depends on Ginsburg replacement Progressive group to spend M in ad campaign on Supreme Court vacancy MORE, President TrumpDonald John TrumpObama calls on Senate not to fill Ginsburg's vacancy until after election Planned Parenthood: 'The fate of our rights' depends on Ginsburg replacement Progressive group to spend M in ad campaign on Supreme Court vacancy MORE and his supporters chanted “Fill that seat” during a campaign rally in Fayetteville, N.C. “You may agree, you may not disagree with her, but she was an inspiration...
    President Donald Trump’s supporters started chanting “fill that seat” during his rally in North Carolina on Saturday, roughly a day after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away, leaving a vacant court seat. Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have confirmed their intentions to fill the seat before Election Day on November 3. Democrats have criticized the move, saying the Senate should wait on confirming a replacement until after the election. Trump confirmed in North Carolina that his nominee will be a woman, saying earlier that he will announce a name next week. “There have been 29 times a vacancy opened during an election year or prior to an inauguration. Twenty-nine times, that’s a lot,” Trump said. “Every...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday will speak at a campaign rally at an airport in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The event is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. EST. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches with a limited crowd at airports around the country.
    President Donald Trump is slated to hold a rally at 7 PM EST in North Carolina on Saturday evening. The rally comes on the heels of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away Friday evening.  Following her death, Trump called her “an amazing woman who led an amazing life,” upon hearing the news from a reporter. Trump late Saturday afternoon on the White House’s South Lawn defended his plan on moving forward to replace Ginsburg’s now-vacant seat, ahead of what is shaping up to be a highly contested 2020 presidential election. Watch the rally above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Donald Trump will hold a Saturday evening rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times Eastern. — 6:10 PM: Another energetic crowd in North Carolina for Trump’s first campaign rally since the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Trump boards Air Force one en route to NC for rally pic.twitter.com/uiJ9Esx0fE — Mario Parker (@MarioDParker) September 19, 2020 Pres says a woman tops his list for a Supreme Court nominee. Told reporters he thinks hell "most likely" nominate a woman. Thinks hell announce his nominee next week. Says his list of nominees is "the greatest list ever assembled.” pic.twitter.com/JpiMcQsG3l — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 19, 2020 Pres Trump says he’ll have a nominee soon...
    President Donald Trump will be speaking at the Great American Comeback Event in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Saturday evening. The event is slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. and it will be livestreamed in this article. If there is not a livestream available, check back at a later time. A day following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump could offer a first look as to how he would work the vacancy into his campaign.Read also:Trump to Senate: Vote ‘without delay’ on his high court pick Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    President Trump is holding a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Saturday night. This will be the president's first rally since learning of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Mr. Trump was giving a speech in Minnesota on Friday night when Ginsburg's death was announced and the president was informed of her death by a reporter after the rally. "She just died? Wow. I didn't know that," Mr. Trump said when reporters broke the news to him. "She led an amazing life. What else can you say? She was an amazing woman, whether you agree or not. She was an amazing woman who led an amazing life."   How to watch President Trump's rally What: President...
    Loading the player... With the November election just weeks away, President Donald Trump is out on the campaign trail to condemn his Democratic opponent Joe Biden and running mate Sen. Kamala Harris. At a campaign appearance in the battleground state of Wisconsin, where he won by a slim margin in 2016, Trump tried to cast an ominous message about Harris, saying “if a woman is going to become the first president of the United States, it can’t be her,” Business Insider reports. “That would rip our country apart,” Trump said in front of a crowd. “This is not what people want. And she comes in through the back door — this would not be what people want, especially...
    A LIBERAL college professor has been suspended after she was caught on video saying she wished Trump supporters would get coronavirus and die. Jennifer Mosher, an assistant biology professor at Marshall University in West Virginia, made the remarks during a Zoom class with students on Wednesday, according to WOWK-TV. 6Jennifer Mosher, an assistant biology professor at Marshall University in West Virginia, has been suspendedCredit: Twitter / @Curious_Normie Mosher was seemingly frustrated with the indoor rally President Donald Trump held in Nevada on Saturday.  “Nobody wore a mask” the professor said, not explicitly saying Trump or his supporters, but spoke of an indoor rally.   6Mosher was filmed telling her students she wished Trump supporters got coronavirus and diedCredit: Twitter / @Curious_Normie...
    A spokesman for Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt acknowledged that members of his cabinet were briefed on the risks before the rally. Oklahoma's former state epidemiologist warned that Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa in June could lead to as many as nine deaths and 228 new cases of COVID-19, according to documents released Wednesday. The documents released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health in response to an open records request show that the state's former epidemiologist, Aaron Wendelboe, warned state and Tulsa health officials of the dire consequences if the rally were held, though his projection was based on it drawing an estimated 19,000 Trump supporters, and only about 6,200...
    Stephen Maturen, Getty President Donald Trump held a rally before a packed and mostly maskless crowd in Minnesota, where he told them their gathering is “a protest against stupidity.” On Friday night, Trump spoke to a crowd of Minnesotans in a hangar in Bemidji for more than two hours. And while the attendees standing directly behind Trump in the camera shot largely wore masks, the rest of the tightly-packed crowd was mostly maskless. At one point during the speech, Trump resurrected the familiar gripe about restrictions on crowds to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “You don’t have to wear a masks at protests. So I said, you know we can’t have a rally, the most we can have is 10...
    If it were up to the radical left Democrats that surround presidential candidate Joe Biden, criminals would be “running all over” Minnesota, President Donald Trump said Friday at his rally in Bemidji. “Only by voting for me are you going to save — I hate to say this — I did it with your iron ore. I did it with some other things, and I’ll do it for you again. I’ll do it for you again, but if you vote for me. I’m the difference and I’m the wall,” Trump told the crowd. “You know the wall that we’re building on the southern border? I’m your wall between the American dream and chaos,” he added. If Biden is elected in November, he...
    As President Donald Trump held forth on the importance of the Supreme Court, members of the audience at his rally in Minnesota shouted “Ginsburg is dead!”, a reference to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. On Friday night, Trump spoke to a crowd of Minnesotans in a hangar in Bemidji, and was onstage when news of Justice Ginsburg’s passing broke. At one point, an apparently unaware Trump regaled the crowd with a chunk about the importance of the Supreme Court, and bragged about the two justices he has gotten to select in his first term. “That’s why the Supreme Court is so important, the next president will get one, two, three, or four justices,” Trump said, predicting a...
    BEMIDJI, Minn. – Minutes into yet another Donald Trump campaign rally, the world got word that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. But no one told the president. No one passed him a note. No one whispered in his ear. And so Trump continued with his wide-ranging rally speech, seemingly oblivious to the seismic news that was shaking Washington and gradually filtering through the crowd in front of him as cellphones spread the word. Over the next 90 minutes, Trump claimed that Minnesota would be flooded with refugees if Democrat Joe Biden won the White House. He lashed out at liberal freshmen Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar. He talked Big Ten football. And toward the end of his...
              President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden both hosted campaign events in Minnesota on Friday. Trump held a “Great American Comeback” speaking event with a crowd, while Biden hosted an event addressing a near-empty union training center. President Trump visited Bemidji Aviation in Bemidji, Minnesota. He was greeted on the tarmac by a large crowd as the song, “God Bless the U.S.A.” played. “Please remember, this is a friendly protest – not a rally. The most we can have at a rally is ten people – but why don’t we just call this a protest. It’s a protest against stupidity,” joked Trump. Trump went on to list his most recent...
    Getty Trump Bemidji MN rally President Donald Trump hosted an event in Bemidji, Minnesota, on Friday, September 18, with a crowd size in the thousands, far outnumbering the 250-person limit for large gatherings in the state. While he was speaking at his rally, news was announced that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. Trump learned the news after his speech ended. Here’s a look at Trump’s Bemidji, Minnesota, rally crowd photos and more details about how many people attended the event.Thousands Attended Trump’s Bemidji Rally GettyPresident Donald Trump speaks during a “Great American Comeback” rally at Bemidji Regional Airport in Bemidji, Minnesota, on September 18, 2020. The Minnesota rally took place at Bemidji Aviation Services starting at 6 p.m....
    President Trump on Friday night praised the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “an amazing woman” who “led an amazing life.” Trump commented on the death of the liberal icon after delivering a raucous rally in northern Minnesota, where he repeatedly invoked the Supreme Court as a reason to re-elect him, unaware of Ginsburg’s death. “She led an amazing life, what else can you say? She was an amazing woman, whether you agreed or not. She was an amazing woman who led an amazing life. I’m actually saddened to hear that,” Trump said. As Trump was speaking at the rally, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) issued a statement saying he would hold a vote on anyone Trump...
    President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at the Bemidji Regional Airport on September 18, 2020 in Bemidji, Minnesota.Stephen Maturen/Getty Images For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter.While the whole country was processing the breaking news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died— and was trying to figure out just what her death would mean given how close we are to the election—President Donald Trump was making jokes about his political opponents to a crowd at a Minnesota rally. Trump, in fact, spoke at his campaign rally for almost two hours Friday night seemingly unaware of Ginsburg’s death. After Ginsburg’s death was made public, I...
    President Donald Trump rallied with supporters in Minnesota on Friday evening, joking that it was not officially a political rally. “I said, you know, we cannot have a rally. The most we can have is ten people,” he said, referring to the coronavirus restrictions limiting the size of crowds. “But why don’t we just call it a protest, because this is a protest. It’s a protest against stupidity.” The president spoke at an airport rally in Bemidji, Minnesota, outdoors near an airport hanger with a big crowd of supporters. He said: Please remember. This is not a rally. You’re not allowed to have political rallies of any kind, you’re not allowed to go to church, you’re not allowed to anything....
    BEMIDJI, Minn. (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, informed by reporters after a rally about the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said: "She was an amazing woman." "She led an amazing life," Trump said. In brief remarks to reporters before boarding the Air Force One following the Minnesota rally, Trump did not mention any potential plans to nominate a replacement for Ginsburg, who died of pancreatic cancer earlier on Friday. (Reporting by Steve Holland and Eric Beech; Editing by Mohammad Zargham) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Getty Ted Cruz President Donald Trump touted U.S. Senator Ted Cruz as a possible U.S. Supreme Court nominee during a September 18 rally in Minnesota. However, Trump was seemingly unaware of the news that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had just died. Ginsburg, the feminist icon who became a liberal stalwart on the U.S. Supreme Court, has died at the age of 87. According to NPR, Ginsburg died of “complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas.” Bloomberg noted, “Unaware of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Trump touts Ted Cruz for the Supreme Court at his campaign rally on Friday evening in Bemidji, Minnesota.” Watch: Unaware of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Trump touts Ted Cruz for the Supreme Court at his campaign...
    During a rally in Bemidji, Minnesota, President Trump spoke about the Supreme Court and his proposed appointments to it, seemingly unaware of the announcement that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. As the president was speaking at the rally Friday evening, news broke that Ginsburg had died that day. The president mentioned the Supreme Court minutes later, joking that if he nominated Sen. Ted Cruz, the Senate would unanimously vote to confirm him. "[They'll] do anything to get him out of the Senate," Trump remarked. The president went on to tout his nomination of two conservative justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, to the court and the scores of federal judges he has nominated. The crowd...
    Getty What is Ruth Bader Ginsburg's cause of death? It appears that no one told President Donald Trump that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died because the president was in the middle of holding a rally in Minnesota when the news broke. You can watch the president speaking live here. “Watching this Trump rally in Bemidji, MN is trippy. Everyone knows Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died except, apparently, the most powerful man in the world,” NPR correspondent Jeff Brady wrote. Live: Trump holds 'Great American Comeback' event in MinnesotaThe President delivers remarks at a Great American Comeback event in Bemidji, MN. Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vBUvAS Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpHR McMaster says president's policy to withdraw troops from Afghanistan is 'unwise' Cast of 'Parks and Rec' reunite for virtual town hall to address Wisconsin voters Biden says Trump should step down over coronavirus response MORE on Friday carried on with his campaign rally in Minnesota, apparently unaware of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, as the political world shook.   The president took the stage in Minnesota before news of Ginsburg's death broke. He was not informed as he delivered his standard rally speech to a crowd in Bemidji, Minn., even as reactions poured out from lawmakers, activists and common citizens. Coincidentally, Trump touted an expanded list of potential Supreme Court nominees that...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday will speak at a campaign rally at an airport in Bemidji, MN. The event is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. CDT. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches with a limited crowd at airports around the country.
    President Donald Trump will hold a Friday evening rally in Bemidji, Minnesota. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times Eastern. — 6:55 PM: Biden says he’s confident as he follows Trump around the Midwest after the president called out “Hidin’ Biden” for staying in his “basement.” Biden, to reporters, departing Minnesota: “feel very good about Minnesota. I feel very good about Wisconsin. I feel very good about the Midwest generally.” — Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) September 18, 2020 Some images showing the sheer size of the crowd in Bemidji today. I’d estimate between 1,000 and 2,000 people are here for the president’s rally. #onassignment for @StarTribune pic.twitter.com/uVATIwk5KK — Alex Kormann (@KormannAlex) September 18, 2020 6:50 PM: Air Force...
    President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are both campaigning in Minnesota Friday. Biden campaigned in Duluth earlier in the day, and tonight Trump will be holding a campaign rally in Bemidji. The Democratic nominee has led in recent polls out of Minnesota, though the Trump campaign is making a play for the state and thinks it has a chance of winning there. You can watch live above, via PBS. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Donald Trump will be attending a campaign rally in Bemidji, Minnesota on Friday. A solidly blue state for the past half century, Minnesota became an unquestioned presidential battleground on Friday as Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden fought for working-class voters in dueling events that marked the beginning of early voting. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    A college professor was suspended after she reportedly admitted during an online class that she hoped President Trump supporters caught COVID-19 and died before election day. Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, said on Friday that it was aware of an 'overtly political statement' made by Assistant Professor Jennifer Mosher during a recent virtual classroom session.  Footage of Mosher's comments were shared to social media on Wednesday after a student captured the moment during the lesson.   In the clip, Mosher allegedly expressed frustrations over people attending Trump's 2020 campaign rallies and not wearing CDC recommended face masks. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Donald Trump says every American should have a vaccine by April | Daily Mail... Actor...
    President Trump is hoping to make a triumphant return to Jacksonville, Florida, the city where his speech to the Republican National Convention was supposed to take place. On Friday, the Trump campaign announced its plans to host a rally at Jacksonville International Airport on Thursday. The 2020 RNC was originally scheduled to take place in North Carolina. The president insisted on allowing a large crowd for his speech in which he would accept his party's nomination for president. After much back-and-forth, the president's speech was moved to Jacksonville. Ultimately, though, the president's speech was moved to the White House lawn. Most of the convention was held virtually with no audience in attendance, but Trump's speech was held...
    A knife-wielding California man allegedly punched a female Donald Trump supporter at a “Make America Great Again” rally before a retired cop pulled a gun and subdued him. The heated clash unfolded Wednesday when 33-year-old counter-protester, Alvin Shaw, confronted demonstrators on a street in Aliso Viejo, near Los Angeles, with a curse-filled rant, KTLA reported. He allegedly put his cigar out on 84-year-old Donna Snow’s Trump sign and blew smoke in her face, cops and witnesses told the station. “I said don’t do that. And he took his hand out from way back and whacked me right across my face and broke my earring off,” Snow said. As Shaw flipped out, he allegedly hit two other women, ages 55 and...
    A man was arrested after punching an 84-year-old woman and attacking multiple other people at a rally held in support of President Donald Trump in California, numerous sources reported. Alvin Gary Shaw, 33, was taken into custody on suspicion of elder abuse, assault with a deadly weapon, and battery after allegedly assaulting three people at the rally Wednesday night in Aliso Viejo, CBS LA reported. A 33-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly attacking a number of people at a Wednesday night rally held in support of President Donald Trump in Aliso Viejo https://t.co/6cCZhIbqXO — CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) September 17, 2020 Donna Snow was among the people who Shaw reportedly struck. She was hit in the face so...
    A 33-year-old California man is in police custody after allegedly attacking several supporters of President Donald Trump during a Pro-Trump rally in Aliso Viejo. “He took his hand way back like he was going to punch me, and [he] hit me right across the face,” 84-year-old Donna Snow recounted in an interview with CBS Los Angeles. “Broke my earrings off,” she added. CBS Los Angeles reports: According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, a retired police officer then got involved and pulled his gun as the man attempted to run from the scene. Another person at the rally was knocked to the ground by the man while trying to help others, and a third victim was taken to a local hospital...
    A 33-year-old California man was arrested this week after a number of people were attacked during a rally held in support of President Trump. Tense moments captured on video at the Aliso Viejo event on Wednesday show opposing sides appearing to square off in an armed confrontation. TRUMP OPENS WISCONSIN RALLY BLASTING BIDEN FOR 'DISASTROUS GLOBAL SELLOUTS'  Deputies were sent to Aliso Creek Road and Pacific Park Drive about 6:30 p.m. PT, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department told KTLA that five separate 911 calls were made. The fracas concluded when a retired police officer pulled a gun on the alleged attacker, Alvin Shaw, who the department's Sgt. Dennis Breckner said had pulled out a small pocket knife. Shaw is accused of assaulting three women aged...
    Authorties arrested a 33-year-old California man after he allegedly punched an elderly female Trump supporter and two other people during a pro-Trump gathering in Aliso Viejo, California, Wednesday evening. A retired cop jumped into action and intervened before the suspect could do any more damage. On Friday, the Daily Mail reported that the suspect, Alvin Shaw, is a U.S. postal service worker. What are the details? Reports say that anywhere between 20 and 30 people gathered in support of Trump's re-election bid on a street in Aliso Viejo on Wednesday evening. Many of the demonstrators wore the Trump campaign's signature MAGA-wear and carried signs professing their support for the president. Video footage of the incident, according...
    President Trump is holding a news conference at the White House as he tries to make the case that his administration has done an a good job responding to the coronavirus pandemic and he deserves a second term. On Friday, the president tried to insist that former Vice President Joe Biden did a horrible job handling the H1N1 pandemic, while his administration has done a much better job with a much tougher virus.  "Biden FAILED BADLY with the Swine Flu. It was the Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight". He didn't have a clue. We have done an incredible job with the much tougher China Virus!" Mr. Trump tweeted. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox According to the Centers...
    A KNIFE-wielding man punched an elderly Trump fan in the face and hit two others before burning their signs at a rally on Wednesday, police said. Alvin Shaw, 33, was arrested after the violent incident in Aliso Viejo, California, that left Donna Snow, 84, punched in the face.  ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 6Violence unfolded on Wednesday night at a pro-Trump event in Aliso Viejo, CaliforniaCredit: CBS 2 Orange County sheriff’s deputies were called to the event around 6.30pm after five separate 911 calls were made, KTLA reported. Supporters of President Donald Trump were holding a two-hour event when, toward the end, Shaw “came out of nowhere.” 6Cops said a...
    Washington (CNN)As former Vice President Joe Biden was participating in a CNN town hall in Moosic, Pennsylvania, on Thursday night, and making a handful of false or misleading claims, President Donald Trump was speaking at a campaign rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin.And repeating at least 25 of his usual false claims.We'll address them in brief because we've fact checked them before: Pre-existing conditions Trump claimed again that Biden would "destroy protections for pre-existing conditions." He later said that he, Trump, would "always protect patients with pre-existing conditions."Read MoreFacts First: This is not only false but a complete reversal of reality. The protections for people with pre-existing conditions were created by the very Obama administration in which Biden served as vice president...
    Officials in Tulsa, Oklahoma, had considered staging an event to counter President Donald Trump’s rally back in June. Emails, obtained by BuzzFeed News through a freedom of information request, reveal officials communicated about trying to bring a top national figure to the city to divert attention from the planned Trump rally. According to BuzzFeed News the emails show officials expressed concern over messaging and sought to “counter the narrative (Trump) has established.” James Coles, the director of economic development, noted in a June 11 email, that someone like Oprah or LeBron James “could level the volume and provide a serious counter voice.” And Becky Gligo, housing policy director, wrote in a June 11 email: “I fully support a counter effort.”...
    Armed protesters rallied at Michigan’s State Capitol this week to advocate for the right to open carry firearms inside the government building and to support Second Amendment rights. As Newsweek reported, hundreds of activists stood on the lawn surrounding the building in Lansing, many carrying rifles and wearing body armor and some waving Trump campaign banners and Confederate flags. While the rally itself was meant to advocate for Second Amendment rights, the report noted that some extremist elements also appeared to be present. “Among those in attendance were members of the Proud Boys—a far-right, all-male organization with a history of violence against political opponents—and the Michigan Liberty Militia, a paramilitary group,” the report noted. As Bridge Michigan reported, there were...
    Sally: At least $29M in damage in Florida county National Cheeseburger Day 2020: Find deals and free food Friday at McDonalds, Applebees and more Trump Announces $13 Billion in Farm Aid at Wisconsin Rally (Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump announced $13 billion in new aid to farmers at a campaign rally Thursday night in Wisconsin, a critical electoral battleground where he is trailing in recent polls. © Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg A farmer pulls weeds from a field Congress had authorized additional borrowing authority for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in coronavirus-relief legislation passed earlier this year, and the second round has been widely anticipated. Load Error “I am doing even more to support Wisconsin farmers,” Trump said during...
    A California man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked several people during a rally held in support of President Donald Trump on Wednesday night. Alvin Gary Shaw, 33, confronted the small group of people during the gathering in Aliso Viejo - 50 miles south of Los Angeles - around 6.30pm.  Shaw allegedly blew smoke in some of the supporters' faces and used his cigar to burn one person's Trump sign, according to local reports. He also reportedly knocked three people to the ground, including an 84-year-old woman, before he was taken away in handcuffs.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO  Donna Snow, 84 (pictured), was allegedly punched by a man as she attended a Trump rally in Aliso Viejo, California,...
    SUPPORTERS of President Donald Trump chanted “Nobel Peace Prize” at his rally on Thursday night after the president was nominated for two of the awards. In Misonee, Wisconsin, for an event called Great American Comeback, Trump was in full campaign rally mode as he energized his fans. 6President Donald Trump's supporters chanted 'Nobel Peace Prize' during his campaign rally in Wisconsin on Thursday nightCredit: AP:Associated Press “I got nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize,” Trump told the crowd. “I guess that’s a big deal, I don’t know.” Trump also took another victory lap two days after he met with leaders from Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Israel during a White House ceremony on Tuesday. In DC, Trump hailed...