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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who has promoted conspiracy theories about mail-in-voting fraud, voted by mail 11 times over the past 10...
Like his press secretary, Trump also votes by mail in Florida, despite his false claims about fraud.
Twitter tried to correct Trump’s falsehoods about vote by mail, but the platform’s first fact-check on the president’s tweets was it...
The confusing and misleading parts of their fact-check show the difficulty that accompanies social media platforms acting as fact-checkers, too.
Trump accuses Twitter of ‘interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election’ after it fact-checked his false tweets about voting by mail
Earlier in the day, Twitter added links to two of Trump's tweets prompting users to "get the facts" about mail-in ballots.
Meet Stacey Abrams, the first black woman in US history to be nominated for governor, who’s vying to be Biden’s VP
Though Stacey Abrams, 46, lost the Georgia governor's race to Brian Kemp in 2018, she's become an outspoken, rising star in the Democratic party.
Twitter has added a link prompting users to "get the facts about mail-in ballots" to President Trump's tweets pushing conspiracies about voter fraud.
Texas Republican party chairman said Trump can hold the RNC in his state if the president moves it from North Carolina like he threatened
President Donald Trump threatened to pull the August convention from North Carolina if the state's governor refused to allow "full attendance."
Joe Biden made his first appearance outside his home in 2 months to honor Memorial Day at a Delaware veterans park
Biden and his wife, Jill, wore black face masks in their first public appearance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hawaii held its party-run presidential primary almost entirely by mail over the course of several weeks due to concerns over the novel coronavirus.
‘I should not have been so cavalier’: Joe Biden apologizes for saying black voters deciding between him and Trump ‘ain’t black...
CBS News reported that Biden told a group of black business leaders, "I've never, never, ever taken the African-American community for granted."
Trump likely does not have the authority to "override" individual states and force them to allow houses of worship to hold in-person services.