Trump has done more for the American people in 48 months than Biden has done in 48 years
The stakes couldn’t be higher at the first presidential candidate debate in Cleveland Tuesday, moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News. Due to limits on traditional campaigning because of the Chinese coronavirus, the presidential and vice-presidential debates this fall will be the most pivotal in American history.
With the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the already tumultuous election campaign now heads into uncharted territory as we approach Election Day on Nov. 3. President Trump has announced he will nominate a Ginsburg successor on Saturday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said the Senate will hold a confirmation vote on the nominee before Election Day.
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Obstructionist Democrats have rallied in opposition to the president’s constitutional duty to fill the seat on the high court that was held by Ginsburg. They are threatening unhinged and irresponsible measures in response, such as packing the Supreme Court with liberals next year or even impeaching President Trump to derail the confirmation process for a new justice.
The Supreme Court showdown will be the central issue in the lead-up to the election and will certainly play a prominent role when Trump and Democratic presidential nominee and former vice president Joe Biden take the stage in Tuesday’s debate.
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