Appeals court agrees to delay release of Trump's tax returns

Appeals court agrees to delay release of Trump's tax returns | 01 Sept 2020 | A federal appeals court agreed to delay the release of President Trump's tax returns on Tuesday -- hours after it heard arguments from the president's lawyer about why the papers should remain hidden. The 2nd Circuit Court of appeals ordered the documents remain secret until at least Sept. 25, when they will hear merits argument in the president's appeal to block a subpoena of the documents by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance. The legal battle to keep the tax information hidden stems from an investigation by Vance into Trump's financial dealings.

Pelosi fights back: 'The salon owes me an apology for setting me up'

Pelosi fights back: 'The salon owes me an apology for setting me up' --Local ordinances are keeping salons closed amid the coronavirus pandemic | 02 Sept 2020 | A defiant House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday claimed she was “set up” and a hair salon in San Francisco "owes" her an "apology" after it was revealed the California Democrat visited the business despite local ordinances keeping salons closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Pelosi, D-Calif., was responding to backlash after Fox News first reported that she visited a ESalonSF in San Francisco on Monday afternoon for a wash and blow-out. Salons in San Francisco had been closed since March and were only notified they could reopen on Sept. 1 for outdoor hairstyling services only.

CDC tells states to be ready to distribute potential COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 1

CDC tells states to be ready to distribute potential COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 1 | 02 Sept 2020 | The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told state governors and health officials to be ready to distribute a possible coronavirus vaccine by Nov. 1, reports said Wednesday. CDC Director Robert Redfield wrote in a letter to the officials last week that the McKesson Corporation -- a Texas-based health care company -- would soon request permits to build distribution sites, and that the process should be expedited, according to The Hill. Documents outlining the distribution of two potential vaccines were also sent last week to every state and US territory, along with five major cities, according to the New York Times: New York, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and San Antonio. The documents describe two unnamed vaccine candidates, each of which would require two doses spaced a few weeks apart, the Times reported. Essential workers, national security employees, senior citizens and members of particularly vulnerable racial and ethnic groups would be among those prioritized for the treatments, the documents reportedly said. [Right, killing as many senior citizens and African Americans as possible, to benefit Big Pharma. Once again, Black people are being used as Big Pharma's guinea pigs. (Where's Black Lives Matter? The corporate socialists aka Black Lives Matter are missing in action, of course.) We do not want this rushed, deadly COVID-1984 vaccine.]

Anti-vaccine group sues Facebook, claims 'fact-checking' is censorship

Anti-vaccine group sues Facebook, claims 'fact-checking' is censorship | 18 Aug 2020 | A notorious anti-vaccine group spearheaded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed suit today in federal court in California alleging that Facebook's "fact-checking" [censorship] program for false scientific or medical misinformation violates its constitutional rights. [It does.] Children's Health Defense claims in its suit that Facebook, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and the organizations Science Feedback, Poynter, and PolitiFact acted "jointly or in concert with federal government agencies" to infringe on CHD's First and Fifth Amendment rights. The suit also alleges Facebook and the fact-checking organizations colluded to commit wire fraud by "clearing the field" of anti-vaccine ads. Facebook has "insidious conflicts with the pharmaceutical industry and its captive health agencies," CHD claimed in a press release. "Facebook currently censors Children’s Health Defense's page, targeting its purge against factual information about vaccines, 5G and public health agencies." "This is an important First Amendment case testing the boundaries of government authority to openly censor unwanted critiques of government policies and pharmaceutical and telecom products on privately owned internet platforms," Kennedy added in a written statement.

Markey defeats Kennedy in Massachusetts

Markey defeats Kennedy in Massachusetts | 01 Sept 2020 | Sen. Ed Markey (D) defeated Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D) in the Massachusetts Senate primary on Tuesday, overcoming a high-profile challenge that drew the attention of the national media as well as some of the biggest players in Democratic politics... The incumbent senator boasted support from prominent progressive groups such as the Sunrise Movement and Our Revolution as well as left-wing congressional candidates Jamaal Bowman and Cori Bush. Kennedy started out with a double-digit lead in the polls when he announced he was challenging Markey last year. However, despite the public backing of Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D) and other high-profile members of the House, his lead evaporated in the final weeks of the campaign, with the RealClearPolitics polling average showing Markey with an 11.2-point lead.

Pelosi used shuttered San Francisco hair salon for blow-out, owner calls it 'slap in the face'

Pelosi used shuttered San Francisco hair salon for blow-out, owner calls it 'slap in the face' --'We have been shut down for so long,' owner says | 01 Sept 2020 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited a San Francisco hair salon on Monday afternoon for a wash and blow-out, despite local ordinances keeping salons closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News had learned. In security footage obtained by Fox News, and timestamped Monday at 3:08 p.m. Pacific Time, the California powerhouse is seen walking through eSalon in San Francisco with wet hair, and without a mask over her mouth or nose. The stylist doing her hair can be seen following her wearing a black face mask. Salons in San Francisco had been closed since March and were only notified they could reopen on Sept. 1 for outdoor hairstyling services only.

Gov. Ned Lamont extends COVID-19 state of emergency in Connecticut, to Ensure Destruction of State's Economy

Breaking: Gov. Ned Lamont extends COVID-19 state of emergency in Connecticut, to Ensure Destruction of State's Economy --Petty dictator extends insane shut-down of Connecticut until at least February 9, 2021 | 01 Sept 2020 |  Gov. Ned Lamont (D-Deranged) on Tuesday extended Connecticut's state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic to Feb., 9, 2021, saying the power to order shutdowns, re-openings and other steps remains critical to continue fighting the spread of COVID-19. [But, in actuality, it's to spread false fear and panic to aid China Joe in November's election.] Lamont on Monday announced his intention to extend the emergency order. Now that he has formally filed for the extension, legislative leaders have 72 hours to nullify the extension, according to the governor's office. While Democratic leaders have supported for the extension and for Lamont’s handling of the pandemic so far, Republican leaders have expressed concerns about the extension. In a Tuesday letter to Democratic legislative leaders, Senate Republican leader Len Fasano and House Republican leader Themis Klarides urged for some power to be shifted back to the legislative branch.

Professor who said 'Wuhan virus' faces calls for removal

Professor who said 'Wuhan virus' faces calls for removal --UCLA engineering students want a professor replaced as chair of the computer science department for allegedly after using the phrase 'Wuhan virus.' | 31 Aug 2020 | UCLA engineering students are calling for the replacement of UCLA Professor Eliezar Gafni as chair of the UCLA Computer Science Department. In a letter addressed to Dean Jayathi Murthy of the Engineering Department and the UCLA Computer Science Department, UCLA students accused the professor of exhibiting racism by using the term "'Wuhan virus' as an identifier for COVID-19," among other incidents. "Although Professor Gafni has demonstrated exceptional postgraduate achievements and excellence in his academic work, he has not exhibited the strong sense of ethical and societal responsibility or the collaborative skills – especially with regard to clear communication and inclusivity – that are essential for this role," the letter stated.

Facebook will stop Australians from posting news

Facebook will stop Australians from posting news --Social media giant fights back against 'unprecedented' laws. | 01 Sept 2020 | Facebook said Australian users will no longer be able to post news stories on its platforms in protest of proposed media bargaining legislation. "Assuming this draft code becomes law, we will reluctantly stop allowing publishers and people in Australia from sharing local and international news on Facebook and Instagram," Managing Director of Facebook Australia and New Zealand, Will Easton, said in a statement. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) proposed its code of conduct in late July. These laws would see Australian news organisations bargain with digital platforms like Facebook and Google to receive remuneration for news content shared on their platforms.

D.C. Circuit panel guts House subpoena power

D.C. Circuit panel guts House subpoena power --The judges ruled 2-1 that the House of Representatives must pass a new law to make its subpoenas enforceable. | 31 Aug 2020 | A divided federal appeals court panel dealt a severe blow to the U.S. House of Representatives’ investigative power Monday, ruling that the House can’t go to court to enforce subpoenas because there is no statute giving that chamber the authority to do so. The 2-1 ruling marked the second time a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel essentially voided a subpoena the House issued last year to Donald McGahn demanding the former White House counsel testify about his dealings with President Donald Trump related to the investigation into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia...The panel majority said Congress is free to pass a law making House subpoenas enforceable, but the courts can't create a legal mechanism to mandate compliance in the meantime. The House is likely to ask the full bench of the appeals court to take up the question.

De Blasio hints indoor dining won't return in NYC until COVID-19 vaccine

De Blasio hints indoor dining won't return in NYC until COVID-19 vaccine | 31 Aug 2020 | The resumption of indoor dining in New York Cityhinges on a "huge step forward" -- like the development of a coronavirus vaccine, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday. The mayor sounded less than optimistic that eatery owners and workers would be able to start earning a living again -- and diners able to enjoy a meal inside an eatery -- before the June 1, 2021, return date [OMG], set earlier this month. "We do expect -- and pray for and expect -- a vaccine in the spring that will allow us to get more back to normal," he said at his daily press briefing, "but I will absolutely tell you, we're going to keep looking for that situation where we can push down the virus enough where we would have more ability to address indoor dining." [No, a$$wipe, we are NOT praying for the deadly, rushed Gates/Fauci poisonous COVID-1984 vaccine. Wake up! Our only PRAYER is that your LAZY, DRUG-ADDICTED, DERANGED self is REMOVED from government, in the hopes of saving the crime-ridden DISASTER that is New York City. --LRP]

Dems deploying DARPA-funded AI-driven information warfare tool to target pro-Trump accounts

Dems deploying DARPA-funded AI-driven information warfare tool to target pro-Trump accounts | 04 May 2020 | An anti-Trump Democratic-aligned political action committee advised by retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal is planning to deploy an information warfare tool that reportedly received initial funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Pentagon's secretive research arm -- transforming technology originally envisioned as a way to fight ISIS propaganda into a campaign platform to benefit Joe Biden. The Washington Post first reported that the initiative, called Defeat Disinfo, will utilize "artificial intelligence and network analysis to map discussion of the president's claims on social media," and then attempt to "intervene" by "identifying the most popular counter-narratives and boosting them through a network of more than 3.4 million influencers across the country -- in some cases paying users with large followings to take sides against the president." Social media guru Curtis Hougland is heading up Defeat Disinfo, and he said he received the funding from DARPA when his work was "part of an effort to combat extremism overseas."

Shock Report: This Week CDC Quietly Updated COVID-19 Numbers - Only 9,210 Americans Died From COVID-19 Alone - Rest Had Different Other Serious Illnesses

Shock Report: This Week CDC Quietly Updated COVID-19 Numbers - Only 9,210 Americans Died From COVID-19 Alone - Rest Had Different Other Serious Illnesses | 29 Aug 2020 | Today we now have empirical evidence that the WHO, Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx were all wrong. They were charlatans. They lied. The CDC silently updated their numbers this week to show that only 6% of all coronavirus deaths were related to the coronavirus alone. The rest of the deaths pinned to the China coronavirus are attributed to individuals who had other serious issues going on. Also, most of the deaths are related to very old Americans. Post by Dr. Elizabeth Hesse DC: "This week the CDC quietly updated the Covid number to admit that only 6% of all the 153,504 deaths recorded actually died from Covid. That's 9,210 deaths. The other 94% had 2 to 3 other serious illnesses and the overwhelming majority were of very advanced age; 90% in nursing homes [thanks to serial killers Cuomo, Wolf, Murphy, Lamont, and Baker]. That's a pretty big BOOM."

HHS Plans to Launch By November a COVID-19 Vaccine Propaganda Program Across TV, Radio and Social Media

HHS Plans to Launch By November a COVID-19 Vaccine Propaganda Program Across TV, Radio and Social Media --Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Is a Growing Concern for Researchers, Health Officials | 27 Aug 2020 | Scientists and drugmakers are beginning efforts to overcome Americans' safety and other concerns about [deadly, rushed] Covid-19 vaccines, while U.S. health authorities ready a [propaganda] campaign to encourage widespread uptake. As vaccine candidates advance closer to U.S. authorization, health and industry officials want to make sure as many people as possible get vaccinated... Yet large percentages of Americans are reluctant, skeptical or opposed to taking a vaccine, according to surveys and researchers. Among the reasons: concerns about safety because of the quick development pace and government overreach. An industry-supported group is assembling a network of contacts to send alerts to correct censor vaccine misinformation when it starts to spread. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services plans to launch by November a public-awareness propaganda campaign across TV, radio and social media, focusing on vaccine safety, efficacy and hesitancy, the agency said.

As Kenosha rifleman gets legal aid, online activists archive tweets for defamation suits likely to come

As Kenosha rifleman gets legal aid, online activists archive tweets for defamation suits likely to come | 27 Aug 2020 | With the same lawyer who secured defamation settlements from the media for Nick Sandmann now joining the defense of Kenosha, Wisconsin shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, a whole lot of tweets might be soon getting scrubbed in a hurry. Rittenhouse, 17, was arrested and charged with premeditated murder for shooting three rioters -- two of them fatally -- in Kenosha on Tuesday evening, during the second day of Black Lives Matter riots. On Thursday, however, attorney Lin Wood, who represented Sandmann in suits against the Washington Post and CNN, offered to defend him pro bono. That could spell bad news for almost everyone who piled onto Rittenhouse over the past 48 hours. One of the most outspoken was Representative Ayanna Pressley (D-Massachusetts), member of the progressive 'Squad,' who went so far as to call him a "white supremacist domestic terrorist."

Trump taunts Democrats in White House speech: 'We're here and they're not'

Trump taunts Democrats in White House speech: 'We're here and they're not' | 28 Aug 2020 |President Trump taunted critics of his administration Thursday by gesturing to the White House during his convention speech and saying, "We're here and they're not." The off-script moment came on the final night of the GOP convention as Trump addressed hundreds of people on the South Lawn of the White House to accept his party's nomination for president... During the more than hour-long speech, the president made his case for a second term, deriding career politicians in the process. "This November, we must turn the page forever on this failed political class. The fact is I'm here -- " the president said before turning to face the White House behind him. He then pointed at the building and jokingly asked, "What's the name of that building?" "But I'll say it differently. The fact is, we're here and they're not," Trump added.

'Operation Not Forgotten': US Marshals rescue 39 endangered children in Georgia, arrest 9 suspects on sex trafficking charges

'Operation Not Forgotten': US Marshals rescue 39 endangered children in Georgia, arrest 9 suspects on sex trafficking charges | 28 Aug 2020 | After a two-week search for endangered children in Georgia, the U.S. Marshals Service on Thursday announced the recovery of 39 children: "Operation Not Forgotten" rescued 26 missing children and safely located 13 others. Nine people were arrested and charged with sex trafficking, parental kidnapping, registered sex offender violations, drugs and weapons possession and custodial interference, officials said. The U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit, along with Georgia state and local agencies, began "Operation Not Forgotten" in Atlanta and Macon to find “endangered” children.

'Enemies of the state': Pelosi rips Trump and Republicans over 2020 election results

'Enemies of the state': Pelosi rips Trump and Republicans over 2020 election results | 26 Aug 2020 | Nancy Pelosi branded Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress "enemies of the state" for antagonising -- and, in the Democrats' view, actively sabotaging -- the US Postal Service ahead of sweeping mail-in voting initiatives for the 2020 elections. "We take an oath to protect and defend the Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic. And sadly, the domestic enemies to our voting system and honouring our Constitution are right at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with their allies in the Congress of the United States," Ms Pelosi said in an interview with MSNBC, when asked to explain why just 45 per cent of respondents to a recent poll said they are confident in the integrity of the upcoming election results. "They're doing everything they can [to] suppress the vote with [their] actions: scare people, intimidate by saying law enforcement will be there, diminish the role of the postal system in all of this. It's really, actually shameful. Enemies of the state," Ms Pelosi said.

Black Georgia Man Who Stabbed Stranger Says He 'Felt the Need to Find a White Male to Kill'

Black Georgia Man Who Stabbed Stranger Says He 'Felt the Need to Find a White Male to Kill' | 28 Aug 2020 | A man arrested for stabbing a stranger on Tuesday said that he "felt the need to find a white man to kill" after watching videos of "police brutality." The attempted murder is one of two stabbings motivated by the Black Lives Matter movement that took place on Tuesday. Jayvon Hatchett, 19, is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime after stabbing an AutoZone employee. Columbus Police Sgt. R.S. Mills testified that Hatchett said he “felt the need to find a white male to kill” after watching videos of police brutality.

'This dream is still alive': Thousands rally for racial justice at March on Washington

'This dream is still alive': Thousands rally for racial justice at March on Washington | 28 Aug 2020 | Thousands converged on the nation's capital Friday demanding long-lasting change to end systemic racism as the country reels from police killings of Black people this year that have fueled nationwide protests. Marchers, speakers and organizers spoke out about reforms to law enforcement, expansions of voting rights and the power of voting in November to bring about the change they sought. Many expressed sorrow and frustration over the many deaths of Black Americans at the hands of police, including George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, as well as the shooting last weekend of Jacob Blake.

Judge Rules Against 50,000 Requests for Absentee Ballots in Iowa

Judge Rules Against 50,000 Requests for Absentee Ballots in Iowa --50,000 Voter Forms Already Filled Out | 28 Aug 2020 | A judge has ruled that an Iowa county must reject 50,000 applications for absentee ballots for November's presidential election. Judge Ian Thornhill on Thursday made a ruling that agreed with a lawsuit by President Trump's campaign against three Iowa counties regarding absentee ballots. Thornhill noted that the elections commissioner for Linn County overstepped his legal mark by pre-filling absentee ballots with the personal information of voters. Linn County Auditor, Joel Miller, a Democrat, had in July sent out the forms including names, dates of birth, and voter identification numbers, with a supposed goal to "make it as easy as possible" to vote by absentee ballots... Thornhill has issued an injunction to Miller, informing him that all 50,000 voters must receive a written notification letting them know that they must either create new requests for absentee ballots, or vote in person in November.

Chemical Fire Burns Near Lake Charles, La., in Aftermath of Hurricane Laura

Chemical Fire Burns Near Lake Charles, La., in Aftermath of Hurricane Laura | 27 Aug 2020 | 9:26 p.m. ET: A chemical plant in Westlake, La., that caught fire during Hurricane Laura is still burning Thursday evening. The facility, BioLab Inc., makes chlorine for swimming pools. Officials are unsure exactly when the fire started, but Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) Press Secretary Greg Langley said his agency was informed of the fire around 9 a.m. local time. LDEQ began monitoring the air quality when they arrived at the scene, and the team's initial readings did not detect any chlorine. During a 1 p.m. press conference, State Fire Marshall Butch Browning also said no chlorine was detected in the air.

Rand Paul calls for FBI arrests, investigation into 'mob' he believes 'would have killed us,' if not for police

Rand Paul calls for FBI arrests, investigation into 'mob' he believes 'would have killed us,' if not for police | 28 Aug 2020 | Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told "Fox & Friends" he believes he would have been killed if not for the police when he and his wife were surrounded and attacked by a "mob" yelling threats and pushing police upon exiting the White House after President Trump's acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC) Thursday night. "It was horrific," the Republican senator -- who had part of his lung removed due to a complication from the 2017 assault by his neighbor -- told host Steve Doocy of the "unhinged" mob that continued to get bigger and bigger... Paul said he's authored 22 criminal justice reforms with President Trump and former President Barack Obama, but the demonstrators were still yelling: "We're not going to let you go alive unless you'll say you're for criminal justice reform." ...The Pauls were unharmed, but the senator is still calling on the FBI to make arrests and conduct an investigation into the "interstate criminal traffic being paid for across state lines" because people have already been killed in other cities.

Kenosha Police arrest 9 people in out-of-state cars carrying gas masks, fireworks

Kenosha Police arrest 9 people in out-of-state cars carrying gas masks, fireworks --The vehicles consisted of a minivan, bread truck and school bus | 27 Aug 2020 | Kenosha police arrested nine people traveling in vehicles with out-of-state license plates Wednesday on suspicion of criminal conduct amid the civil unrest occurring in the city. Officials said they received a tip about the vehicles. When officers found them -- a bread truck, black school bus and minivan -- they followed the occupants, a police news release said. The department did not specify which states the license plates were from. While under police surveillance, the group stopped at a gas station and attempted to fill up multiple fuel cans, the statement said.

Trump vows 'security' as he accepts GOP nomination, warns Biden would end 'American greatness'

Trump vows 'security' as he accepts GOP nomination, warns Biden would end 'American greatness' | 28 Aug 2020 | Arguing "no one will be safe in Biden's America," President Trump took aim at rival Joe Biden and painted a clear contrast between himself and the Democratic presidential nominee as he gave arguably the most important speech of his 2020 reelection campaign. Delivering his GOP renomination acceptance speech live from the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday night as he closed out this week's Republican National Convention, the president emphasized that "Joe Biden is not the savior of America's soul – he is the destroyer of America's jobs, and if given the chance, he will be the destroyer of American greatness." And making the case for another four years steering the nation, arguing he's kept his promises and delivered on them to supporters, Trump vowed that "in a new term as president, we will again build the greatest economy in history - quickly returning to full employment, soaring incomes and record prosperity."

Trump grants full pardon to Alice Johnson after her RNC speech

Trump grants full pardon to Alice Johnson after her RNC speech | 28 Aug 2020 | President Trump on Friday pardoned Alice Johnson, the woman sentenced to life in prison before being freed by Trump in 2018, hours after she praised his compassion in an emotional speech on the final night of the 2020 Republican National Convention. "I'm so proud of you and we're giving Alice a full pardon," Trump said in the Oval Office. "That's the ultimate thing that can happen. That means you can do whatever you want in life, and just keep doing the great job you're doing." Johnson, 65, wiped tears from her eyes but did not speak to reporters at the unscheduled event. "Alice has done an incredible job since she's been out and recommending other people," Trump said.

Dow turns positive for 2020, with S&P on pace for best August since '84

Dow turns positive for 2020, with S&P on pace for best August since '84 | 28 Aug 2020 | Stocks rallied to record highs Friday on stronger than expected economic data and with the race for the White House officially underway following President Trump's acceptance of the GOP nomination. The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned positive for the year, returning to the highs of February, rising over 161 points or 0.57% closing at 28,653.87. The Dow 30 is on pace for its best August since 1984 as is the S&P 500 which hit a fresh record Friday rising 0.67% while the Nasdaq rose 0.60%, respectively, both extended their longest streak of record closes in 2020. The Nasdaq is on pace for its best month since 2000 and the S&P has risen eight of the last nine weeks.

Sen. Rand Paul thanks DC cops for saving him from 'crazed mob' after RNC

Sen. Rand Paul thanks DC cops for saving him from 'crazed mob' after RNC --"Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House," Paul tweeted | 28 Aug 2020 | U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he was attacked by a "crazed mob" of more than 100 people after leaving the White House following President Trump's acceptance speech at the Republican Convention. "Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House, he wrote on Twitter early Friday. "Thank you to @DCPoliceDept for literally saving our lives from a crazed mob." Video on social media appeared to show a crowd chasing and jeering Paul, who was escorted by D.C. police as he returned to his hotel. An officer was captured on video being shoved by a protester and was nearly knocked over. Paul appeared to help steady the officer.

Zogby Poll: President Trump records his best job approval rating on record - 52%

Zogby Poll: President Trump records his best job approval rating on record - 52% | 26 Aug 2020 | In our latest Zogby Poll, the president has recorded his best job approval rating on record-52% at least somewhat approved/47% at least somewhat disapproved. When it came to intensity of surveyed voters, a third (32%) strongly approved while 35% strongly disapproved. There were specific demographics in the president's job approval numbers that helped move his overall rating upward: he improved drastically with younger voters aged 18-29 (50% at least somewhat approved/49% at least somewhat disapproved) and voters aged 30-64 (54% at least somewhat approved/45% at least somewhat disapproved....The president also improved his numbers with Independents (44% at least somewhat approved/53% at least somewhat disapproved). And intriguingly, nearly a quarter of Democrats at least somewhat approved of the president's job performance (23% at least somewhat approved/76% at least somewhat disapproved).

'Four more years': Trump formally accepts GOP nomination from White House

'Four more years': Trump formally accepts GOP nomination from White House | 27 Aug 2020 | President Trump formally accepted the GOP nomination for reelection on Thursday evening in front of a sea of guests on the White House South Lawn on the final night of the 2020 Republican National Convention. "We are one national family, and we will always protect, love and care for each other," Trump said to thunderous applause from the crowd of supporters after emerging from the White House with first lady Melania Trump to the sounds of Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A." "My fellow Americans, tonight with a heart full of gratitude and boundless optimism, I profoundly accept the nomination for president of the United States," he said to wild cheers of "four more years!"

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