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Fox News: David Bossie: Presidential debates will showcase Trump strengths and Biden weaknesses

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.

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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Fox News: David Bossie: Senate Republicans should confirm Trump’s Supreme Court nominee by Election Day

Trump and Senate Republicans have a responsibility to carry out the duty they were entrusted with by the American people

One of the most important duties of the president of the United States is to nominate federal judges to defend the Constitution and faithfully interpret America’s laws as intended.

In 2016 Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away, leaving an empty seat that needed to be filled. This void left by the extraordinary Justice Scalia was so big that it became a major factor in the presidential race between then-candidate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

President Barack Obama nominated Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court. However, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., refused to move the nomination because Obama was at the end of his second term — a lame duck until the next president took office.

Republicans had taken control of the Senate after the 2014 midterm elections. Americans elected a Republican majority to keep a check on the Democratic president, and that’s exactly what happened. As McConnell said in a statement last week: “Since the 1880s, no Senate has confirmed an opposite-party president’s Supreme Court nominee in a presidential election year.”

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BOSSIE: President Trump is the Only Choice for North Carolina (via North State Journal)

President Trump's leadership and policies built the world’s strongest economy once already, and he's doing it again, providing opportunity and prosperity for North Carolina's families and seniors.

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Citizens United Political Victory Fund Launches Six Figure Media Campaign In Minnesota In Support Of Jason Lewis For U.S. Senate

Today, Citizens United Political Victory Fund launched a six figure statewide television and digital ad campaign in support of Republican candidate Jason Lewis in the United States Senate election in Minnesota.

The ad, titled "Gone", focuses on Jason Lewis' support for the police and the law and order policies that keep our communities safe.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Hidin’ Biden forced to emerge for minimal campaigning, gets only softball media questions

The American people don't just hand the presidency to anyone. You have to earn it.

Like Punxsutawney Phil emerging from underground on Groundhog Day, Hidin' Joe Biden has finally emerged from his basement bunker and actually taken a few questions from reporters.

But the questions have been softballs from adoring journalists, as if they were teed-up from a loving parent trying to make sure a child won't miss.

In sharp contrast, President Trump is the most accessible president in history, regular facing off against hostile reporters who don't even bother to pretend they're neutral as they attack him and try to hit him as hard as they can. The president gives back as good as he gets as he sets the record straight on all he is doing for the American people.

Trump — who is truly the people's president — answers the media's questions exactly how you'd expect a political outsider to answer. He says what's on is mind. What he says is not poll-tested and doesn't come from the talking points of professional staff. That's a refreshing change that the American people appreciate.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Kenosha visit shows Trump defends us against rioting anarchists trying to destroy US

Biden cares more about the radical left’s perception of him than the health and safety of the American people

President Trump traveled to Kenosha, Wis., Tuesday to demonstrate his profound and sincere support for the heartland community as it rebuilds from the senseless rioting, looting and violence it has experienced over the past week.

During his visit, the president announced that he would be providing $1 million in emergency support to Kenosha law enforcement, $13 million to law enforcement agencies statewide in Wisconsin, and nearly $4 million to small businesses.

This assistance is exactly the type of decisive action needed at this moment. President Trump is once again rising to the occasion.

Throughout the summer, we have seen violent rioters wreak havoc in our cities — burning down neighborhoods, taking innocent lives, and destroying countless businesses.

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Fox News: David Bossie: RNC showcases unifying, uplifting message on second night while Dems double down

Night two of the Republican National Convention continued to highlight the stark contrast to last week’s gloomy blame America first Democrat National Convention.

Tuesday night’s convention theme, “Land Of Opportunity,” showcased American exceptionalism and drove home the fact that in our country anything is possible if you’re willing to work hard.

As President Trump and Republicans put forward a unifying and uplifting message, top Democrats are doubling down on their negativity and personal attacks.

Former Secretary of State, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s recent statement advising 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden that he “should not concede under any circumstances” and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., calling President Trump and Republicans “enemies of the state” over the universal vote by mail policy dispute, proves the Democrats’ strategy is to divide Americans and try to win by any means necessary.

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Fox News: David Bossie: At Democratic convention honesty about true Biden-Harris platform is sorely lacking

The American people want solutions and action, but the Democrats have nothing to offer

The virtual convention of the Democratic Party — which should more accurately be called the Socialist Party of America — welcomed the American people back into their house of mirrors for another evening of angry rhetoric and empty radical promises Tuesday.

Featured speakers had two things in common: they're current or former Washington swamp creatures and they hate President Trump more than they love their country. Witnessing the continued socialist takeover of the party of Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy is an extraordinarily sad sight to behold.

On the night that former Vice President Joe Biden officially became the presidential nominee of his party, it remains abundantly clear that he's not calling the shots.

Nothing made that more evident than Biden's bizarre seconds-long acceptance speech, which will be followed by a longer speech Thursday night.

The fact that two-time primary runner-up socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont earned well over 1,000 delegates to the convention shows the Democrats are a highly divided party that lacks enthusiasm for their uninspiring nominee.

Except for socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, none of the main speakers Tuesday night were forthright about the true platform of Biden and his vice presidential running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Kamala Harris, Biden's VP choice, shows Dem ticket too liberal for most Americans

With presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's selection of freshman California senator Kamala Harris as his running mate, he's chosen a divisive Washington politician known for sharp-elbowed partisanship. During her tenure in the U.S. Senate, Harris has become a puppet of the radical left for the sole purpose of gaining more power. Just like with Biden, with Harris it’s whatever the mob wants, the mob gets.

Indeed, Harris is a strong supporter of the job-killing Green New Deal debacle inspired by socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., as well as socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for All" lie, which would throw untold millions of Americans off of their trusted private health insurance.

Biden’s choice of Harris is a curious one in that she spent the better part of 2019 trying to convince the American people with many memorable vicious attacks about why Biden shouldn’t be president

While Biden's choice is a historical one — Harris is the first African American vice-presidential candidate on a major party ticket in our nation’s history, male or female — the California legislator is a terrible pick for Biden who's desperately trying to convince voters in middle America that he has their interests in mind. Picking another liberal politician to round out the ticket reinforces the notion that Democrats are nothing more than a party made up of out of touch coastal elitists.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden's already failing miserably -- Just look at dithering over VP pick

If the American people believe that decisive leadership is an important characteristic for a president of the United States, then Joe Biden is failing miserably in his first big decision as the de facto presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.

Biden’s delay in rolling out the choice for his vice presidential running mate smacks of someone not fully engaged in his own campaign and the American people are taking note.

Four years ago, all eyes were on the ultimate political outsider Donald Trump and how he would handle the consequential decision of choosing his running mate. With the choice of Indiana Governor Mike Pence, then-candidate Trump passed with flying colors by following his instincts and choosing a highly qualified candidate who complimented his own strengths.

Pence was a sitting governor from the Midwest with both executive and legislative experience who also happened to be a skilled debater and someone who had sought to work across party lines during his career.

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