#Debates

Politics | Op-Ed

Twelve Days That Will Shake the World: What Trump's Debate Win Means For The 2020 Campaign

President Trump needed a strong debate performance to have any hope of slowing Joe Biden's momentum in the closing days of the 2020 campaign.

Politics | Election: 2020

Commission On Presidential Debates Announces Changes For Upcoming Debate

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced late on Monday evening that it is making changes for the upcoming debate later this week, which will be

Politics | Other Politics

Next presidential debate will be remote due to COVID-19 safety concerns

The moderator and town hall participants will be in Miami, but President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will participate remotely.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Why Trump resorted to torching the debate

Unlike in 2016, he lacks a clear message or line of attack against his opponent. What remained was bullying, interruptions and ad hominem provocations.

Politics | Politics

Trump's Night: The Return of the Chaos Candidate | RealClearPolitics

Donald Trump never liked the nickname. Back when he was a New Yorker and a newly minted Republican and generally considered a political oddity, Jeb Bush branded him on live television....

Politics | Politics

Top 9 presidential primary debate moments in US history

As the road to 2020 heats up, here are some of the most memorable moments from past primary debates – ranging from Ronald Reagan and the Clintons to Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC spokesman tweets, then deletes, F-bomb rant against potential GOP challenger | Fox News

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s spokesman sent a profane tweet to a potential Republican challenger as he ripped him for wanting to debate his boss.

Politics | From the HuffPost

8 Key Questions for the Next Republican and Democratic Debates | Peter Dreier

We probably already know how the Republican and Democratic candidates will answer these questions, but it is always good to get their views on the record and let the public see where they stand. This is particularly important because, according the public

Politics | Politics

Lindsey Graham: Washington needs to drink more | Washington Examiner

Sen. Lindsey Graham has a solution to getting things done in Washington, D.C., once again: drinking more alcohol. When answering a question from conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt about positive things he's said about Hillary Clinton, Graham argued that

Politics | From CNN

Republican debate's awkward moments - CNNPolitics.com

The Republican presidential hopefuls came prepared with their one-liners, zingers and attack lines.