Why is this debate important? With the November 3 election drawing near, Republican President Donald Trump and the Democratic challenger Joe Biden are taking to the stage for their second and final televised debate. Originally, the candidates agreed on a total of three debates, but the second one was canceled after Trump was infected with the coronavirus and later refused to attend a virtual matchup. … [Read more...] about Trump and Biden square off in final debate — How it went
The point of the commission is "to ensure, for the benefit of the American electorate, that general election debates between or among the leading candidates for the offices of president and vice president of the United States are a permanent part of the electoral process". … [Read more...] about Sky Views: Why aren’t TV leaders’ debates a normal part of elections?
Trump's opponent was able to return fire, if not quite as overtly, highlighting "institutional racism" and making clear children separated from their parents were not, as the president argued, "well taken care of". They were in fact effectively made orphans with many still waiting to be reunited. … [Read more...] about US election 2020: Final Trump vs Biden debate was more civil than the first – but both landed firm blows
Trump suggested Cruz’s dad was involved in the assassination of former President John F Kennedy, and attacked Cruz’s wife, Heidi, and shared a side-by-side photo of her and his wife, Melania Trump. … [Read more...] about Ted Cruz doesn’t think Trump’s attacks on Hunter Biden will move ‘a single voter’ but did allow Joe’s best debate line
A spokesperson for Procter and Gamble said in a statement: "Tampax was founded by a female entrepreneur more than 80 years ago. We’ve been supporting and protecting women ever since, and that will never change. At the same time, we’re also committed to diversity & inclusion, and are on a continual journey to understand the needs of all those who use our products. … [Read more...] about Piers Morgan wades into Tampax debate as brand ‘celebrates diversity of people who bleed’