“Hard” speech expected from Trump

The last event of the Republican Congress takes place. Donald Trump will deliver his nomination speech in front of his supporters. Reports say he wants to have a hard time with Joe Biden. All information in the news blog.

In the US, a new president will be elected on November 3. Representatives to the Republican Congress on Monday (local time) unanimously nominated Donald Trump as their candidate for the Nov. 3 election. He wants to accept the nomination Thursday with a speech from the White House. Last week, the Democrats selected ex-Vice President Joe Biden as a candidate.

US Republicans Quit Party Conference – President Trump Speaks

More than two months before the elections in the US, the Republicans resumed their party conference. At the end of the four-day event, US President Donald Trump will speak from the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday evening. In his speech, Trump wants to accept his nomination as a candidate in the November 3 election.

Trump’s campaign team announced a “hard speech” from the president. Communications director Tim Murtaugh said in a telephone conversation with journalists on Thursday that Trump would attack Biden’s “leftist radical program.” Biden is a “Trojan horse” of the radical left and a weak candidate with a political track record of “47 years of failure”. Biden served in the United States Senate from 1973 to 2009, when he was vice president under Barack Obama.

The news site Politico published excerpts from Trump’s speech manuscript, which Murtaugh confirmed to be authentic. “Never before had voters had a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies or two programs,” Politico says in the manuscript. “We have spent the past four years trying to undo the damage Joe Biden has done over the past 47 years.”

Shortly before Donald Trump’s nomination speech, Biden also sharply criticized the US president and his policies. Read more here.

Biden wants to campaign soon

US presidential candidate Joe Biden has announced that despite the corona crisis, he will soon be making campaign trips. He plans to visit major electoral states such as Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Arizona, the Democrat said Thursday. The 77-year-old also emphasized that he wanted to strictly adhere to the state’s corona requirements, for example for the maximum number of participants in events.

Unlike President Donald Trump, he wants to act “responsibly,” Biden said. According to his own statements, he wants to start his journey after the Labor Day, which is celebrated on September 7.

The former vice president is walking an extremely cautious course in the Corona crisis. He has barely left his home state of Delaware since the virus started spreading in the United States. In late June, Biden announced that due to the risk of infection, he would not campaign in front of a large audience. The candidate can reach many voters via television and the Internet; completely foregoing public appearances would greatly limit his options in the election campaign.

Mike Pence accepts nomination for Republican second place

Acting Vice President Mike Pence has accepted the nomination for Republican Vice President for the November election as expected. “I humbly accept running for Vice President of the United States,” Pence said in his speech from Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry late Wednesday. Read more here.

Pence on the corona pandemic: “America is a land of miracles”

US Vice President Mike Pence expressed confidence at the Republican Party conference that the corona crisis could soon be overcome. Democratic challenger Joe Biden recently said miracles are not to be expected. “But Joe doesn’t seem to understand that America is a nation of miracles,” Pence said Wednesday at a historic barracks, Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, Maryland.

The world’s first effective corona vaccine will be available in the US by the end of the year, said Pence, who also heads the corona task force at the White House. There are currently more than 800,000 corona tests per day and an increasing number of treatment options for Covid 19 patients.

Citing the motto of the third day of the “Land of Heroes” party rally, Pence paid tribute to doctors, nurses and everyone else who worked to fight the pandemic. At the start of his speech, Pence said his daughter Audrey’s planned wedding for the summer had to be postponed due to the corona situation.

Mike Pence: He wants to hold a second term in the White House alongside Donald Trump. (Source: Andrew Harnik / AP / dpa)

Conway advisor praises Trump’s commitment to women

US Presidential Adviser Kellyanne Conway has praised Donald Trump’s commitment to promoting women in American society. “For decades, he has promoted women to leadership positions in business and government,” Conway told the Republican Congress Wednesday evening (local time). “He confides in and consults us, respects our opinions and insists that we are equal to men.” The 2016 election campaign highlighted Donald Trump’s previous misogyny statements.

In the 2016 presidential election, Conway helped Trump to victory as campaign manager. After taking office, she became an advisor to the president and one of his most determined defenders. She gained widespread overseas exposure in early 2017 when she tried to explain false government allegations about “alternative facts.” A day before the start of the party conference, she surprisingly announced her withdrawal from the White House at the end of the month to take care of her four children.

For Conway, White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany had already snapped the photo of a compassionate president who cares about them on Wednesday. She shared how Trump called her after breast surgery before her time as a spokeswoman to monitor her well-being. “The decision to have a preventive mastectomy was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make,” said McEnany. “But supporting President Trump, who will protect my daughter and our children’s future, has been the easiest.”

Kellyanne Conway at US Republican Congress: White House adviser is campaigning for Donald Trump re-election. (Source: dpa / Susan Walsh / AP)Kellyanne Conway at US Republican Congress: White House adviser is campaigning for Donald Trump re-election. (Source: Susan Walsh / AP / dpa)

Lara Trump calls her father-in-law a passionate country father

Lara Trump portrayed her father-in-law as a passionate father-in-law in the presidential family dance at the Republican party conference. “He’s a fighter and will never stop fighting for America.” In an engaging speech, the 37-year-old former television producer shared how she came to New York from a humble background in North Carolina.

She never thought she would be on the Republican party stage, said the wife of President’s son Eric Trump. Her parents taught her that anything in America could be achieved with hard work and determination. When she met the Trump family, all previously accepted statements immediately disappeared: “They were warm and caring, they were hard workers and sober.”

On the 100th anniversary of the introduction of women’s suffrage in the US, Lara Trump praised the president’s commitment to women. He has brought many women into leadership positions in his government and led hundreds of thousands of women to work and out of poverty. Lara Trump turned directly to the US president and thanked him – “for believing in me”. Lara Trump has been hired as an advisor to the Trump campaign team.

Former Ambassador Grenell Praises Trump’s “America First” Policy

Former US Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, praised US President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy at the Republican Congress. “America First is simply the belief that politicians should focus on the equality and dignity of every American,” said Grenell. “And that duty is done by promoting the security and prosperity of the American people above all else. That’s America First. That’s the Trump Doctrine.”

Grenell said, “As a US Ambassador to Germany, I was in the front row of Donald Trump’s America First Foreign Policy. I wish every American could see President Trump negotiating on their behalf.” He witnessed Trump “bewitching” Chancellor Angela Merkel while at the same time insisting that Germany honor its NATO defense spending commitments.

“In four years, Donald Trump has not started new wars,” said the former acting US intelligence coordinator. Trump acknowledged that America’s endless wars were a “catastrophe.” He brought soldiers home, rebuilt the army, and signed peace agreements that made Americans safer. “The elites in Washington want you to see this kind of foreign policy as immoral. That’s why they call it nationalistic,” Grenell said. These elites think they insult Trump. “As if the American president shouldn’t base foreign policy on America’s national interests.”

Civil rights activist: Trump did more for blacks than Biden

Civil rights activist Clarence Henderson praised US President Donald Trump’s commitment to African Americans at the Republican Party conference. “These performances show that Donald Trump really cares about the lives of blacks,” Henderson said Wednesday evening (local time) during the largely virtual event. “He’s done more for black Americans in four years than Joe Biden in 50.” Biden – the Democratic presidential candidate – had the guts to say that anyone who didn’t vote for him wasn’t black. “I say if you vote for Biden, you don’t know the story.”

Former football pro Jack Brewer also defended Trump against allegations of racism. “I know what racism looks like,” said Brewer, who is a member of the Black Voices for Trump group. “In America, he doesn’t look like President Trump. And I am sick of the way he is portrayed in the media and refuse to acknowledge what he has really done for the black community.”

Trump advertises, among other things, that unemployment among African Americans had fallen to an all-time low before the corona pandemic. He has also secured funding for historically black universities. His judicial reform resulted in the release of many black prisoners.

US Republicans Continue Party Conference – Vice President Pence Speaks

More than two months before the elections in the US, the Republicans continue their party conference on Wednesday evening (local time). On the third day of the event, Vice President Mike Pence wants to promote the re-election of US President Donald Trump as keynote speaker. Pence (61) also wants to accept his appointment as vice president during his speech at the historic Fort McHenry in Baltimore. Also on the speaker list are prominent Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, who will leave her post at the end of this month, and former US ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell.

As in recent days, with Lara Trump – the wife of President’s son Eric Trump – someone from the Trump family will once again be promoting the incumbent. The program, which lasts approximately three and a half hours, also features several other speakers. Trump’s longtime advisor and confidante Kellyanne Conway should also speak. The motto of the third day is “Land of Heroes”.

Senator: Democrats want government control

US Senator Marsha Blackburn has accused Democrats of seeking to drastically increase government control over US citizens if they win the November election. “If it were up to the Democrats, they would lock you in their house until you become dependent on the government for everything,” Blackburn said Wednesday night (local time) at the Republican Conference. “That looks a lot like communist China to me.” Blackburn appeared to be referring to protective measures in the coronavirus pandemic.

The senator said Biden, his deputy candidate Kamala Harris and their “radical allies” wanted to destroy American heroes in the security forces – “because the government can control us when there are no heroes to inspire us.” The theme of the third day of the Republican Congress was “Land of Heroes”.

First Lady is promoting Trump’s reelection – and talking about Corona

US First Lady Melania Trump campaigned for her husband’s re-election in a speech at a party conference – speaking unusually openly about the consequences of the corona crisis for the US. President Donald Trump is an “authentic person who loves this country and its people,” the First Lady said Tuesday evening (local time) in her address in the White House rose garden. “I believe we need my husband’s leadership now more than ever.”

At the start of her speech, Melania Trump addressed the corona crisis. Since March, the lives of people in the US have “drastically changed”: “The invisible enemy Covid-19 has passed over our beautiful country and has hit us all,” said the 50-year-old. “My deepest condolences go out to all who have lost a loved one, and my prayers go out to those who are sick and suffering.”

Many people were concerned and felt “helpless,” said the first lady. “I want you to know, you’re not alone.” At the same time, she reaffirmed her husband’s commitment to the fight against the pandemic: “Donald will not rest until he has done everything possible to take care of everyone affected by this terrible pandemic.”

Trump Son Eric: My Dad Brings Americans to Mars

President’s son Eric Trump has promised Americans that their countrymen will soon – driven by the American spirit – fly to Mars. He had “built the New York City skyline, built the Hoover Dam, and under my father’s direction, will send Americans to Mars,” Eric Trump told the Republican Congress. This American spirit will also “beat the empty, repressive and radical views of the far left in 68 days,” Trump said. The election on Nov. 3 would last 70 days, as a CNN reporter noted.

No one campaigned for the “silent majority” in the country before his father, Eric Trump said. Both Democratic and Republican politicians before Trump were “more concerned about how they will be received by the elites in Paris than about how Americans will provide for their families in Pittsburgh.” “My father will fight for you,” he said.

“I love you very much!” Eric Trump said to his father’s address. In addition, he was the first of the Trump children to speak with the president in person. “Dad, let’s make Uncle Robert proud.” Donald Trump’s younger brother Robert, who he called his best friend, died about ten days ago.

Allegations of nepotism against Biden at Republican party conference

At the Republican Convention, allegations of nepotism were leveled against the Democratic presidential candidate, ex-Vice President Joe Biden. Former Florida Attorney Pam Bondi on Tuesday night criticized Biden’s son Hunter Biden for serving on the board of directors of Ukrainian gas company Burisma. “Even though he had no experience with Ukraine or the energy sector, he got millions for doing nothing,” Bondi said. “He had a qualification that was important: he was the son of the man responsible for distributing US aid to Ukraine.”

US President Trump has accused Biden of protecting his son from the Ukrainian judiciary as vice president in the Barack Obama administration. To this end, Trump wanted to open an investigation in Ukraine. The conflict eventually led to impeachment lawsuits against Trump, which resulted in an acquittal in the Senate in February. Trump’s lawyers argued at the time that Hunter Biden’s role on Burisma’s board of directors was a clear conflict of interest. At the time, Biden was in charge of US policy towards Ukraine.

Joe Biden rejects any wrongdoing. It is not known how much money Hunter Biden received for his post. Bondi accused Joe Biden on Tuesday of “willful conduct”. “There are numerous press releases showing that other close relatives have benefited from Joe’s 47-year political career.” Bondi has not provided any evidence for this. Nor did she say which family members it should have been.

Minister: Biden is “prisoner of the radical left”

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has called Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden a “prisoner of the radical left.” “You believe that your skin color should dictate your policy,” said the African-American minister Tuesday evening (local time) at the Republican party conference. “If you don’t conform while exercising your God-given right to acquit and think, they will bring you down.”

Republicans, on the other hand, trusted people to think for themselves and pursue the American dream as they see fit, Cameron said. He criticized: “Joe Biden is a backward thinker in a world that yearns for forward-looking leadership.”

US Senator: Biden will “shed our blood and our wealth”

Republicans portrayed Donald Trump’s Democratic challenger Joe Biden as a belligerent at their party conference. Biden had “consistently called for more wars,” Senator Rand Paul said on his appearance. Biden voted for the war in Iraq, supporting “wars in Serbia, Syria, Libya”. “I’m afraid Biden will go to war again,” said Paul. “Biden will continue to waste our blood and wealth. President Trump will bring home our heroes.”

Biden voted by a majority in the US Senate in 2002 for then Republican President George W. Bush to use military force in Iraq, but a few years later described this as a mistake.

Paul was also a Republican candidate for the US presidency four years ago. At the time, he had warned in a debate not to entrust control of nuclear weapons to Trump.

US Secretary of State Pompeo attacks China during the party conference

Despite a long tradition, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo became directly involved in the election campaign and promoted President Donald Trump’s re-election to the Republican Congress. The implementation of the “America First” program “has not made Trump popular in every foreign capital,” Pompeo said in the speech previously recorded in Jerusalem and aired Tuesday. “But it worked.”

In China, Trump has “lifted the curtain on the Chinese Communist Party’s predatory aggression,” said the US Secretary of State. Regarding the corona pandemic, Pompeo said, “The president has held China responsible for hiding the China virus and allowing it to spread death and economic destruction in America and the world.” Under the Trump administration, NATO got stronger, Pompeo said. Speaking of the INF disarmament treaty with Moscow, which ended in 2019, he said, “America has left behind a damaging treaty so that our nation can now build missiles to deter Russian aggression.”

Pompeo’s video speech to the party congress drew strong criticism from the Democratic Party. Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign leadership said Tuesday that the Secretary of State’s contribution to the Republican Convention was not only a misuse of tax money, but also undermined the vital work of the State Department.

Trump Daughter Tiffany: Media and Technology Companies Are Manipulating Us

President’s daughter Tiffany Trump told American citizens at the Republican Party conference that they were being manipulated by the media and technology companies. “Rather than giving Americans the right to shape our own beliefs, this system of disinformation keeps people mentally addicted to the ideas they see fit,” Tiffany Trump said Tuesday. “People need to realize that our thoughts, opinions and even the choice of who to vote for are being manipulated and invisibly imposed by the media and tech giants.”

Tiffany Trump explained to her father that he was driven by the “American spirit”. “My dad made me believe America can really be great again!” Tiffany Trump said of herself that she has just graduated from law school: “I can empathize with so many of you who might be looking for a job.”

The 26-year-old is Trump’s youngest daughter. She is her mother’s only child, Marla Maples. The American actress was married to Trump from 1993 to 1996.

Campaign Against Abortion Seeks Trump Re-election

A leading anti-abortionist in the US called for President Donald Trump to be re-elected at the Republican party conference. “He has done more for the unborn than any other president,” a former clinic director, Abby Johnson, said Tuesday. In his first year in office, Trump revoked a provision from his predecessor Barack Obama and then Vice President Joe Biden, which allowed the state to co-finance abortions.

“This election is a choice between two radical anti-life activists and the most ardent pro-life president we’ve ever had,” said Johnson. She urged supporters of the pro-life anti-abortion campaign to go door to door and get neighbors to vote for Trump.

Kudlow warns of economic downturn in the event of Trump’s defeat

Larry Kudlow, economic adviser to US President Donald Trump, warned the Republican Congress of an economic downturn if the Democrats win. “Our economic choice is clear,” Kudlow said Tuesday evening (local time) ahead of the November elections. “Do you want a healthy economy, prosperity, opportunity and optimism? Or do you want to return to the dark days of stagnation, recession and pessimism?” Trump will face ex-Vice President Joe Biden of the Democratic challenger in the November election.

Kudlow said the US economic development under Trump up until the corona pandemic had been a “brilliant success”. The health and economic consequences of the pandemic were tragic. Kudlow praised Trump’s leadership in the effort “to fight the Covid virus successfully.” The economy is now recovering. The pandemic killed more than 178,000 people in the United States and is ongoing. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs. The economy has entered a serious crisis that is not over yet.

Anti-Semitic conspiracy theory: Speaker removed from party conferences

After anti-Semitic conspiracy theories spread on Twitter, a spokeswoman for the US Republican Congress has been removed from the list of speakers, according to media reports. CNN and the Washington Post reported that Mary Ann Mendoza would not be showing up Tuesday night (local time). Mendoza is the mother of a murdered police officer who, according to US President Donald Trump’s election campaign team, was run over by a convicted illegal migrant while under the influence of alcohol. Read more here.

Trump pardons ex-con before party conference appears

Immediately before a scheduled appearance at the Republican party conference, a former inmate was pardoned by US President Donald Trump. Jon Ponder’s life is “a wonderful testimony to the power of salvation,” Trump said in a speech with numerous religious references before signing the pardon. The White House released a video recording of the ceremony on Tuesday. The pardon is related to the full restoration of civil rights, including the right to vote.

The ceremony was attended by former federal police officer Richard Beasley, who arrested Ponder after a bank robbery in Nevada in 2004. After his release in 2009, Ponder founded the Las Vegas-based Hope for Prisoners organization, which advocates for the social integration of ex- prisoners. “We live in a nation with second chances,” Ponder said at the ceremony.

Both Ponder and Beasley were announced as speakers at the US Republican conference on Tuesday. The theme of the second day of the four-day meeting was “Land of Opportunity”.

Republican Congress lags behind Democrats in ratings

President Donald Trump’s Republican Convention on the first night of TV ratings lagged behind last week’s Democratic rally. The Republicans allegedly lured 15.84 million viewers for the devices through six television channels on Monday evening, the US media reported Tuesday (local time), citing the company Nielsen Media Research. Just a week earlier on the first night of the Democratic Party Congress, there were 18.69 million viewers. Trump had described the Democrats’ ratings after their first night as “very bad.” Read more here.

Republicans celebrate the stuck McCloskey couple

As people in the United States took to the streets in June against racism and police brutality, they threatened protesters in front of their homes with pistols and assault rifles: Now the Missouri-based McCloskey couple have spoken out in favor of Donald Trump’s reelection at the Republican Party conference. “President Trump will protect the God-given right to all Americans to defend their homes and families,” Mark McCloskey said virtually Monday night (local time).

He then claimed that the opposition Democrats did not see the protection of ordinary people as a government task. Instead, they wanted to “protect criminals from honest citizens”. Patricia McCloskey claimed that the Democrats wanted to destroy all suburbs and introduce socialism.

During a protest march of the “Black Lives Matter” movement in St. Louis in June, protesters used a private road in front of the McCloskeys’ home. The couple stood protecting the house, he with a machine gun, she with a pistol. Photos of the incident caused great irritation. Democrats and activists were shocked, and many Republicans saw the pair as heroes defending the right to gun possession. The local prosecutor’s office was preparing charges against the couple for threatening use of weapons in public.

Trump and his Republicans arouse fear of Biden’s victory

The coronation mass for Donald Trump has begun. He and his Republicans are using sharp rhetorical weapons against the Democrats – which are often untrue. Read the full article here.

Trump’s son thinks “Beijing Biden” is China’s preferred candidate

US President Donald Trump’s son considers Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden to be the Chinese Communist Party’s favorite candidate. “They know he wants to weaken us economically and on the world stage,” Donald Trump Jr. said Monday night (local time) at the Republican Convention, where his father was nominated for election in November. Biden is so weak that the secret services assume the Chinese Communist Party prefers him. Donald Trump Jr. ridiculed his father’s challenger as “Beijing Biden”.

Donald Trump Jr. accused Biden of radical left-wing policies that would halt the economic recovery in the corona crisis. Biden is already talking about a new closure – “It’s madness”. Speaking of his father’s promise to dry up the “swamp” in the US capital of Washington, Donald Trump Jr. said, “Joe Biden is actually the Loch Ness Monster of the Swamp. He’s been lurking there for half a century. and then he raises his head to become president, then disappears and doesn’t do much in between. “

Donald Trump Jr. called on the Democrats to “reject the radicals who want to drag us into the darkness” and to support Trump, who represents a bright future for everyone. “It begins with the re-election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States.”

Ex-UN Ambassador Haley praises Trump’s foreign policy

Former United States Ambassador Nikki Haley appeared at the Republican Congress to convince voters of the incumbent Donald Trump’s foreign policy competence. Haley said Monday evening (local time) that he took a tough stand against China and defeated the IS terror group. “And he tells the world what to hear.”

Trump’s Democratic rival Joe Biden, on the other hand, had “weakness and failure” in foreign policy since his time as Vice President Barack Obama, Haley said. “Joe Biden is good for Iran, ISIS (Islamic State terrorist militia), and he is great for communist China.”

She also worked hard with the United Nations: “This is a place where dictators, murderers and thieves condemn America and then reach out and demand that we pay their bills.” Trump put an end to that. “America is not a racist country,” said Haley, the daughter of Indian immigrants. Her family also experienced “discrimination and deprivation”. But her parents did not plunge into “resentment and hatred”.

Republican Scott: Biden wants socialism and ‘cultural revolution’

Republican Senator Tim Scott has accused Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of trying to turn the United States into a “socialist utopia.” He and his vice-presidency candidate, Kamala Harris, wanted a “ cultural revolution, ” Scott warned at the Republican party conference Monday evening (local time).

The course of the Democrats will lead to “pain and suffering,” especially hardworking Americans, Scott said. However, a re-election of US President Donald Trump in November will ensure the continuation of the American dream, he said.

Scott is the only black Republican senator. He criticized Biden for earlier statements that only those who vote for Democrats are black. He also accused Biden of backing a 1994 bill as a senator that “put millions of black Americans behind bars.” According to polls, Biden is much more popular than Trump.

Republican Congress Praises Trump’s Corona Crisis Management

The Republican Convention has praised US President Donald Trump’s crisis management during the corona pandemic. A video recorded Monday evening (local time) said, “A leader took decisive action to save lives – President Donald Trump.” The video quoted several Democratic politicians from the early days of the pandemic as misjudging the seriousness of the situation at the time. There were no downplaying statements from Trump – who said several times over the course of the pandemic that the virus would disappear again.

The video said, “We are getting stronger and bigger (from the crisis).” According to polls, a majority of Americans have long been dissatisfied with Trump’s crisis management. The pandemic killed more than 175,000 people in the United States. Trump’s Democratic challenger in November’s election, ex-Vice President Joe Biden, accuses the incumbent president of failing to protect the Americans.

Trump Supporters in Charlotte: The Republican Party Conference has begun. (Source: Evan Vucci / AP / dpa)Trump Supporters in Charlotte: The Republican Party Conference has begun. (Source: Evan Vucci / AP / dpa)

Republicans promote Trump with hostage taking

The Republican Congress campaigned for the re-election of US President Donald Trump with the government’s release of US citizens from prison abroad. “Americans illegally held by foreign governments were beaten, assaulted, starved and left to die until President Donald Trump intervened,” read a video recording of liberated Americans in Iran, Syria and Turkey. was arrested.

“Under this government, America has not turned its back on our people,” the video read. “President Trump provided a ray of hope by bringing our hostages home.” Trump was shown in the video meeting six former inmates, where the president took credit for their release. Other presidents before Trump had also returned hostages during their tenure.

Party leaders vote for Trump: the best is yet ahead

With a second term in office for US President Donald Trump, Republican Party leader Ronna McDaniel believes a new chapter in “America’s great history” will begin. “The best is ahead of us,” she told the Republican Congress Monday evening (local time).

“The Best Is Yet to Come” was one of the greatest and most popular hits by American singer and entertainer Frank Sinatra (1915-1998).

MP: Trump becomes first president since Reagan without another war

Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has accused Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of backing past US military operations. Donald Trump, on the other hand, is the first US president since Ronald Reagan to not lead the US into another war, Gaetz said Monday night (local time) at the largely virtual Republican party conference. “President Trump knows we are strongest when we fight the hardest – not in distant deserts, but for our fellow Americans.”

Gaetz said, “We must fight to save America or we could lose it forever.” He accused Biden’s Democrats of wanting to take arms from the Americans while emptying the prisons. “And the police don’t come when you call them.” The Republicans accuse Democrats of wanting to withdraw funding from the police, which is not an election target for Biden.

The Republican Congress went on to deliver speeches after Trump’s nomination

After US President Donald Trump was nominated for election in November, Republicans are continuing their party conference with speeches. Monday night (local time), President’s son Donald Trump Jr., the only black Republican senator, Tim Scott, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, wanted to campaign for the election of the incumbent president on Nov. 3.

At the start of the party congress, delegates unanimously nominated Trump as their candidate in Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday. He is up against Democratic challenger Joe Biden. The largely virtual Republican party conference will last until Thursday. Finally, Trump wants to officially accept the nomination with a speech in the White House.

US Federal Judge: Trump’s lawsuit to change Pennsylvania postal voting system has been suspended

A US federal judge from the state of Pennsylvania has ordered the dispute over a ban on ballot boxes and changes to the voting process to be settled by mail. The lawsuit filed by US President Donald Trump’s campaign team will not continue until similar proceedings in state courts are completed, J. Nicholas Ranjan, US district judge for Western Pennsylvania, said on Sunday. The lawsuit relates to state laws and he will therefore refer it to the state courts for the time being.

After criticism: the director of the US post office guarantees punctual voting by mail

The controversial head of the US Post Office, Louis DeJoy, has promised “safe and punctual” transportation of the ballots in the dispute over postal voting in the US. As for the 2018 congressional election, his agency will deliver 95 percent of the relevant documents within three days, DeJoy said before a senatorial committee in Washington on Friday. In any case, the number of letters in elections lags behind big events like Mother’s Day or Christmas, which the US Post manages well. However, he is considering “major changes to improve services,” DeJoy said in the post-election period.

On Monday, the postmaster must also testify before the Lower House. The Congress Chamber wants to settle a bill on Saturday to prevent cutbacks. DeJoy had suspended his reform plans last week. Democrats had expressed concern that they could favor Republican incumbent Donald Trump in the November election. DeJoy had backed the president and his party with millions of donations before his appointment. Trump himself has repeatedly warned of falsifications in postal ballots, but without presenting any evidence. Experts have stated that postal voting in the US is just as safe as other forms of voting.

Gysi and Trittin welcome Biden’s appointment

Gregor Gysi, spokesman for the Left Party’s foreign policy, and Jürgen Trittin, Green Party politician, have responded positively to Joe Biden’s nomination as Democratic presidential candidate and see the 77-year-old as an alternative to incumbent Donald Trump.

“Joe Biden has put the social, economic and environmental problems of the US under one name: Trump. With this party congress, the Democrats closed the ranks behind Biden and switched to attack mode,” Gysi Chillreport explains. Biden’s solutions with slightly fairer taxation, trillion government investment in climate and health protection, and a clear commitment to racism would tie in with Obama’s policies and put the US a little in the middle post-Trump. Bernie Sander’s support for Biden makes it clear how necessary this is after four years of Trump. Although little was said about Biden’s foreign policy because this topic regularly plays a minor role in the US election campaign, it is hoped that normalization will take place. in terms of China, Russia, is entering Europe, ”said Gysi. In any case, Biden seems to be clear that the US cannot overcome its crisis with national selfishness.

Trittin: “The alternative to Trump is on the table”

Jürgen Trittin also welcomes Biden’s nomination. “With the end of the party congress and the speech of Joe Biden, the alternative to Trump is on the table. Where this divides and polarizes, Biden wants to unite the country. Compassion and character strength become an election issue,” the green politician said Chillreport. the. “Biden acts as the country’s foremost caretaker. He has the courage to address the issues openly and speaks about the four crises in the US – corona, recession, racism and climate crisis. They must be addressed and not suppressed.” No miracle is coming. ‘, there is no wonder. “Voters should take action themselves and prevent a new majority for Trump.” With this expectation management, Joe Biden presents himself not as a savior, but as an offer to do better, “Trittin said.” That is also true internationally. If he is elected, neither the global challenges nor the transatlantic conflicts of interest will disappear. But there is a greater chance that crises such as corona, climate and recession will be tackled globally and together again. “

Democrats Congress Finale – Biden’s nomination speech

At the end of the US Democratic Party conference, Joe Biden accepted the nomination as a presidential candidate. The 77-year-old is officially the challenger of the Republican incumbent Donald Trump (74) in the November 3 election. “It is with great honor and humility that I accept this nomination to the office of President of the United States of America,” Biden said Thursday evening (local time) in the most important speech of his decades-long political career.

Biden promised to become president of all Americans, not just those who vote for him. “United we can and will overcome America’s period of darkness,” he said. The ex-vice president appeared in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware. Due to the corona pandemic, the party congress took place in highly compressed form and largely virtually. “Too much anger, too much fear, too much division. Here and now I give you my word: if you entrust me with the presidency, I will fall back on the best of us, not the worst. I will be an ally of the light. ., not the darkness. It’s time we humans got together, “Biden said. Read more about the speech here.

He was previously announced in an emotional video by his children Ashley and Hunter Biden. “He’s a great father – and we think he will be a great president too,” they said. Read more about the Democratic candidate here.

Trump scolded Biden: empty promises

During Joe Biden’s nomination speech, US President Donald Trump attacked his challenger on Twitter. “In 47 years, Joe hasn’t done any of the things he’s talking about now,” Trump wrote. Read more here.

Trump had previously responded on Twitter to criticism from former Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg. After the worst debating performance in political history, Michael Bloomberg, commonly known as ‘Mini Mike’, is trying to make a comeback by asking the Democrats for relevance. They treated him like a dog – and always will. things about me in politics! ”Trump wrote The multi-millionaire Bloomberg had criticized Trump’s economic policies at the Democratic Party conference.

13-Year-Old Stutterer: Without Joe Biden, I wouldn’t speak today

“Without Joe Biden I wouldn’t speak to you today”: At the party conference of the American Democrats, 13-year-old Brayden Harrington praised presidential candidate Joe Biden as caretaker. He met Biden a few months ago in New Hampshire, he said in a video message aired Thursday night (local time). “He told me we were members of the same club: we stutter.” Biden showed him how to mark his speeches himself so that it would be easier to speak them out loud.

“I’m just a normal guy and in no time Joe Biden has made me more confident about something that’s been bothering me all my life,” said Brayden. Joe Biden took care of it. “Imagine what he could do for all of us.” In a film later shot at the virtual party conference, Biden himself described how he worked as a child to overcome his stuttering.

More than 70 former Republican security officials pledge aid to Biden

More than 70 former Republican national security officials, including some former members of the Trump administration, have signed an open letter expressing support for Joe Biden in the US election. In addition, in the letter they sharply criticize the policies of US President Donald Trump.

“We are very concerned about developments in our country under Donald Trump’s leadership,” the letter said. “Through his actions and rhetoric, Trump has shown that he lacks the character and competence to run this nation and that he has been guilty of corrupt behavior that makes him unable to serve as president.” Donald Trump has lost the trust of millions of voters. He was “dangerous” and “unable” to use any other term.

“Instead, we believe that Joe Biden has the character, experience and temperament to run our country,” he said. The letter was signed by, among others, former FBI director William Webster and Chuck Hagel, the former Secretary of Defense under ex-President Barack Obama.

Democrat Bloomberg condemns Trump’s economic policies

Former Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has sharply criticized US President Donald Trump’s economic policies. Speaking at the Democratic Party conference, the multi-billionaire said Trump’s failed economic policies were a massive tax cut for wealthy people like him who didn’t need extra money. All other Americans were just lying to Trump, the former New York mayor said.

In the November election, Americans should vote not primarily on Trump’s character, but rather on his performance as president, Bloomberg demanded. “I ask you not to vote against Donald Trump because he is a bad person. I urge you to vote against him because he did a bad job,” said the Democrat. As for the coronavirus pandemic, Bloomberg said Trump’s “reckless decisions” put America at risk. Trump shouldn’t get away with that, he warned.

Bloomberg said on Thursday that as vice president, after the 2008-2009 financial crisis, Biden had already proven that he had what it takes to lead the country out of a crisis. Biden will reverse Trump’s tax cut for the wealthy and use the additional resources to rebuild the country after the pandemic, Bloomberg said. Trump’s tenure is a “sad chapter” in US history that must now be ended, Bloomberg said.

Ex-competitors are behind Biden

At the conference of the American Democratic Party, numerous former rivals for the presidential run were behind candidate Joe Biden. Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar called for Biden’s election. Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, ex-congressman Beto O’Rourke, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang and billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg also promoted Biden.

American comedian Sarah Cooper: Trump doesn’t want us to vote

She moves her lips in sync with the words of US President Donald Trump and has become a star in the US with her short videos on social media: Sarah Cooper (43). At the conference of the US Democratic Party, the comedian impersonated Trump on Thursday night (local time) and made it seem like his words were coming out of her mouth in the usual way: drastic warnings about the letter vote. “Where do these ballots end up? Who gets them? Who doesn’t?” Were the words of Trump during a performance on June 23 in Phoenix, Arizona. “Are they going to be copied by groups within our nation? Are they going to be copied by foreign powers, maybe a million times?”

In her own voice, which you don’t normally hear in her videos, Cooper said afterwards that she had often heard Trump say very disturbing things. “But nothing is more dangerous to our democracy than its attacks on postal votes – during a pandemic!” Cooper said. “The truth is, Donald Trump doesn’t want us to vote. Because he can’t win fair and honest.”

Cooper’s videos work on a schedule: she wears a trouser suit like “Trump” and imitates him with exaggerated facial expressions and gestures – but the words are those of the president.

Democrats Congress: With laughter to Trump

After President Donald Trump’s relentless criticism of the party conference of the American Democrats, the hour of jokes struck Thursday evening. Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Seinfeld” and “Veep”), among other things, joked about the incumbent to get the SMS info number of the campaign team of his challenger Joe Biden in the heads. “30330 – that would be Donald Trump’s golf handicap if he didn’t cheat,” was one of them.

A swipe at Facebook – an important medium for Trump – was also inevitable. “If we all vote, there is nothing Facebook, Fox News and Vladimir Putin can do to stop us,” said Louis-Dreyfus, who hosted the final day of the largely virtual party conference. She recalled Biden congratulating her on the cover photo in the Amtrak magazine on board. “Joe Biden can’t just read, he reads everything,” she said – a swipe at the incumbent Trump, who is rumored to be lazy to read.

And as far as faith is concerned, the next point against Trump followed: “Joe Biden goes to church so regularly that he even gets there without tear gas and federal troops.” During the protests against police brutality and racism, federal security forces pushed protesters out of a park in front of the White House before Trump went to a nearby church where he had his photo taken with a Bible in hand.

Trump attacks Biden and “insane” Democrats

US President Donald Trump violently attacked his Democratic challenger Joe Biden during an election campaign. If the Democrats won an election in November, they would ruin the economy, do away with the police and plunge the country into anarchy, Trump warned on Thursday (local time) to supporters in Old Forge, Pennsylvania. They were “completely insane,” he claimed. Trump also reiterated his warning that the Democrats would increase taxes drastically. “Es geht bei dieser Wahl um das Überleben der Nation”, Trump sagged. Sie mehr lessons here.

Trump muss Steuerdokumente herausgeben

US President Donald Trump hat im Streit über die Herausgabe seiner Steuerunterlagen erneut eine Niederlage cashiert. Richter Victor Marrero wies am Donnerstag eine Klage Trumps zurück, mit der dieser wollte Übergabe von Steuerdokumenten. Trumps Anwalt Jay Sekulow kündigte Berufung an und beantragte, dass die Unterlagen solange nicht übergeben became müssen. Beobachter halten es für unwahrscheinlich, that was Dokumente voor der Wahl in November.

Der Staatsanwalt von Manhattan, Cyrus Vance, erred in other ways Versicherungs- und Bankbetrugs gegen Trumps Familienunternehmen, the Trump Organization. In diesem Zusammenhang there was that Herausgabe von eight Jahren an Steuerunterlagen. Ein Sprecher von Vance lehnte ein Stellungnahme ab.

In the USA is es üblich, that is the Präsident der Öffentlichkeit Einblick in seine Finanzen gewährt und seine Steuererklärung veröffentlicht. Trump, der sich in November zur Wiederwahl stellt, brach mit dieser Tradition. He went to the US Supreme Court to keep the documents under lock and key. The Supreme Court ruled in July that Trump must provide documents requested by Vance. But this was not the end of the legal battle, as Trump can, among other things, defend himself against the scope of the documents to be handed over in court. So the case again went to court in New York.

Former Trump Adviser Steve Bannon Arrested

Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon was arrested in New York on Thursday after a fraud charge. New York prosecutors accused him and three other people of illegally using money from an online fundraiser to build a wall on the border with Mexico. The campaign called “We Build the Wall” has received more than $ 25 million from “hundreds of thousands” of donors.

Bannon is one of the most influential voices in the ultra-conservative camp of American politics. For a time he was the chief strategist and campaign manager for US President Donald Trump. According to news channel CNN, there was initially no response from Bannon’s lawyer to the charges.

Vice candidate Harris promotes Biden with a message of unity

Kamala Harris, the US Democrats’ runner-up in the presidential election, has campaigned for the election of presidential candidate Joe Biden with a message of hope and unity. “We need to elect a president who brings something different, something better,” Harris said Wednesday night (local time) in Wilmington, Delaware. “A president who brings us all – blacks, whites, Latinos, Asians, indigenous peoples – together to achieve the future we all want together.” She added:

Harris turned to Republican President Donald Trump: “Donald Trump’s failure in leadership has cost lives and livelihoods.” She added, “We have reached a turning point. The constant chaos makes us helpless. The incompetence scares us.” Harris pointed out on Wednesday that the coronavirus mainly affects members of minorities hard. “This is no coincidence. It is the result of structural racism.” She added: ‘And let’s get one thing straight: there is no vaccine against racism. We have to do the work. ‘

Harris accepts nomination as runner-up

Kamala Harris accepted the US Democratic nomination and is now officially the vice-candidate on Joe Biden’s side for the election against US President Donald Trump. She accepted the nomination, the California senator said Wednesday night (local time) in Wilmington, Delaware, in her most important political speech to date at the virtual party conference of the American Democrats.

American Democrats nominate Kamala Harris as the second candidate

US Democrats have nominated Senator Kamala Harris as the second candidate for the November presidential election at their largely virtual party conference. “I hereby declare that Kamala Harris has been elected as a Democratic candidate for vice president,” said party conference chairman Bennie Thompson on Wednesday evening (local time). Joe Biden, 77, was officially nominated as the Democratic presidential candidate in the Nov. 3 election on Tuesday.

Former Vice President Biden (77), who will take on incumbent Republican Donald Trump (74), last week chose Harris as vice candidate and made a historic election. In the event of an election victory, the 55-year-old would be the first woman and black woman to hold the office of vice president. “Let’s make history tonight,” Biden previously wrote to Harris on Twitter.

Obama sharply criticizes Trump: democracy is at stake

Former US President Barack Obama has attacked the Republican incumbent Donald Trump extremely hard. “Donald Trump has not grown into the orbit because he cannot. And the consequences of this failure are serious,” Obama said in his speech at the Democratic Party Conference on Wednesday night (local time). Sie mehr lessons here.

Senator Warren: Trump “miserably” failed in the corona crisis

Democratic US Senator Elizabeth Warren blamed US President Donald Trump for the serious course of the US corona pandemic during the Democratic Party conference. “This crisis is bad – and it shouldn’t have been,” she said Wednesday evening (local time) from Springfield, Massachusetts. “Donald Trump’s ignorance and incompetence have always been a threat to our country.” The coronavirus was Trump’s biggest test. “He failed miserably,” Warren said. He will be held responsible for this on 3 November.

Warren wanted to challenge Trump herself in the November election – she now backs nominee Joe Biden. She likes a “good plan” and Biden has “some really good plans,” said the left-wing senator.

Pelosi states that Trump has no respect for women

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has declared US President Donald Trump “disrespect for facts, for working-class families, and especially for women.” This is reflected not only in his behavior, but also in his politics, Pelosi, 80, said Wednesday evening (local time) in her contribution to the Democratic Party conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “But we know what he doesn’t know: that America is successful when women are successful.” Pelosi called for the election of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his second-place Kamala Harris.

Pelosi announced that the Democrats would increase their majority in the House of Representatives in the November election and recapture the Senate from the Republicans. Biden and Harris would also be elected to the White House.

Hillary Clinton: America needs a better president

Former Secretary of State, Senator and First Lady Hillary Clinton has stated that US President Donald Trump is underperforming. “I wish Donald Trump knew how to become president,” Clinton said Wednesday evening (local time) in her contribution to the Democratic Party conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “Because America needs a better president right now,” she added. Clinton called for the election of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his runner-up Kamala Harris.

Democrat Clinton lost to Republican Trump in the 2016 presidential election. She said on Wednesday that she gave Trump a real chance to prove herself in office after her defeat. In the meantime, however, it is clear what is at stake in Trump’s second term: “Our health, our jobs, even our lives.”

America needs a president who shows compassion, determination and leadership in the White House. Clinton, 72, appealed to voters: “Vote as if our lives and livelihoods are at stake because that’s what they’re doing.”

“Vote not lost”: Murder victim calls for election of Biden

Democratic American politician Gabrielle Giffords, who was seriously injured in a 2011 assassination attempt as a Member of Parliament, campaigned for Joe Biden’s election. In her speech at the American Democratic Party conference, which the New York Times said was the longest since the attack, she linked her personal fate to that of the country: she once found words easily. Today I struggle with the speech. But I haven’t lost my voice, ”she said. Everyone had to raise their voices, even though they had to struggle to find the words.

Joe Biden will fight for the Democrats against US President Donald Trump in November. “We are at a crossroads. We can let the shootings continue or we can take action,” Giffords said. “We can protect our families, our future. We can choose. We can be on the right side of history.” Biden should be elected, she warned. “He was there for me, he will be there for you too,” she promised.

Giffords was seriously injured in a headshot in January 2011 during a community gathering at a shopping center in Tucson, Arizona. The mentally disturbed culprit killed six people. At the party congress, which took place largely because of the corona pandemic, other victims of armed violence also spoke.

Grammy winner Billie Eilish calls for Trump to be voted out

Singer and Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish called for US President Donald Trump to be voted out at the Democratic Party conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in November. “Donald Trump is destroying our country and everything that is important to us,” Eilish said on Wednesday evening (local time) during her video appearance as part of the largely virtual party conference. “We need leaders who solve problems like climate change and Covid, and who don’t deny them. Leaders who fight systemic racism and inequality.”

Eilish added, “It starts with voting against Donald Trump and for Joe Biden. Silence is not an option and we can’t stand it.” Eilish sang her song “My Future”, which was released in late July, following her call to vote.

The convention of the American Democrats enters the third round

Originally, the Democratic meeting was scheduled in a large hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The coronavirus pandemic reduced the four-day traditional mega event to two hours of programming a day in the style of a TV show, which is broadcast on television and online.

Trump calls for a company boycott

US President Donald Trump has called for a boycott of the tire manufacturer Goodyear because the company is hurting its constituencies. The company had banned headgear with the slogan “Make America Great Again,” the president said on Twitter to justify the case. After Trump’s tweet, the price of Goodyear shares initially fell more than three percent, but then recovered somewhat.

The trigger for Trump’s actions was likely media reports, according to which clothing with the slogan was declared “unacceptable” during training at a Goodyear factory in Kansas. Trump had already backed up the “MAGA” pledge in the 2016 election campaign to return America to its former size. However, according to a photo of a presentation slide published on the Internet, symbols of the “Black Lives Matter” movement against violence against blacks and for tolerance towards sexual minorities were allowed. It remained unclear whether the photo showed actual company policy.

“Buy better tires for a lot less money,” Trump tweeted. Then on Twitter, photos snapped the rounds showing the Goodyear lettering on the tires of his presidential limousine.

CDU Politician: Trump’s Election Rhetoric Is “Concerning”

The transatlantic coordinator of the German government, Peter Beyer (CDU), has described US President Donald Trump’s rhetoric as “concerning”. Trump’s statement that he must first see whether he will accept the election results or not, “is worrying,” said Beyer of the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung. Trump is also torpedoing the U.S. mail to impede postal voting. “It’s going in a very undemocratic direction,” the CDU politician criticized.

Election rhetoric is expected to increase ahead of the Nov. 3 election date, Beyer said. Democratic candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris would do well to “not participate and remain sovereign”.

Beyer testified of Trump in the “Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung” growing nervousness. As with the 2016 election campaign, Trump relies on his “America First” motto. ‘He doesn’t have a new program. He is counting on his regular constituents and this is enough to take him back to the Oval Office. ”

Bill Clinton: Trump’s job concept is hours of watching TV

Former US President Bill Clinton called for US President Donald Trump to be voted out in November at the Democratic Party conference. “If you want a president who defines his job to spend hours in front of the television and hit people on social media, he’s your man,” the 74-year-old said in a video message on Tuesday. The choice is either Trump’s’ Us-Against-You ‘America or Joe Biden’s America,’ where we all live and work together. It’s a clear choice. And the future of our country depends on it. ‘

In view of the corona crisis and the dramatic rise in unemployment as a result of the pandemic, Clinton said, “At a time like this, the Oval Office should be a command center. Instead, it’s a storm center,” Clinton criticized. Under Trump, there is nothing but chaos – only one thing that never changes: “His determination to deny responsibility and shift blame.”

Bill Clinton: The ex-president of the US warned of a new term for Trump. (Source: Democratic National Convention / AP / dpa)Bill Clinton: The ex-president of the US warned of a new term for Trump. (Source: Democratic National Convention / AP / dpa)

Jill Biden calls for ditch bridging in the United States

Jill Biden, the wife of Democrat-elected candidate Joe Biden, has called for bridging the gaps in the United States. “There are people who want to tell us that our country is hopelessly divided, that our differences are incompatible,” said Jill Biden, 69, in a contributor to the largely virtual Democratic Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “But that’s not what I’ve seen in those months.”

“We only need leadership worthy of our nation,” said Jill Biden. “An honest leadership that will bring us back together to recover from this pandemic and prepare for the future. Leadership to rethink what our nation will be. This is Joe.” Her husband and vice-candidate Kamala Harris “will work every day as hard as you do to make this country better. And if I have the honor of serving as your first lady, I will.”

Chillreport correspondent: The promise is “Back to normal”

The assessment of our Washington correspondent Fabian Reinbold: “The second night of the party conference had the unofficial motto ‘Back to normal’. Numerous speakers hailed Joe Biden as one who would rule without the chaos and drama of the Trump years Biden’s efforts. to achieve balance and cooperation across party lines were praised Foreign policy speakers such as ex-Secretary of State John Kerry (Democrats) and Colin Powell (Republicans) promised the world a return to old times and alliances Biden election campaign, which less is about concrete legislative proposals and more about restoring values ​​that were thought to have been lost.

Biden’s formal nomination was surprisingly vibrant. Short films from 57 states and territories showcased a colorful and hopeful America as they officially voted their delegates: From a representative of the Sioux indigenous to a farmer in his Kansas field, the overarching wish was that Biden split the land should overcome . “

Obama congratulates Biden on the nomination: “I am proud of you”

Former President Barack Obama has congratulated Joe Biden on his nomination for the US Democratic presidential nomination. “Congratulations, Joe. I’m proud of you,” the 59-year-old wrote on Twitter Tuesday evening (local time). He responded to a tweet from Biden who wrote, “It’s the honor of my life” to accept the nomination for Democratic president.

Biden will face incumbent Republican Donald Trump in the Nov. 3 election. The 77-year-old will formally accept the nomination on Thursday (local time) – after which Biden will deliver his nomination speech in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden served as vice president under Trump’s predecessor Obama for eight years.

Colin Powell: Biden won’t trust dictatorship flattery

Former United States Secretary of State Colin Powell called for the election of presidential candidate Joe Biden at the Democratic Party conference in November. “Today we are a divided country and we have a president who is committed to keeping it that way,” Powell said in his video at the party conference in view of the incumbent Republican Donald Trump. “What a difference it will make to have a president who unites us, who gives us back our strength and soul.”

Former General Powell served as Secretary of State under Republican President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005. Powell said on Tuesday, “Joe Biden is going to be a president we can all greet with pride. With Joe Biden in the White House, you never doubt that he will support our friends and defend our opponents – never the other way around. He will support our diplomats and our secret services trust, not the flattery of dictators and despots. ‘

John Kerry: US elections determine the security of America and the world

According to former US Secretary of State John Kerry, the US elections in November are about “the security of America and the world.” At the party conference of the US Democrats, Kerry said in his speech on Tuesday evening (local time) in view of US President Donald Trump, “He separates from our allies and writes love letters to dictators.”

America deserves a president who is not laughed at. Commenting on Joe Biden, who stands up for the Democrats against Trump, Kerry said, “He knows that if you don’t practice democracy in the world, you can’t spread democracy in the world. And he knows that even the United States is friends. need on this planet. ”Kerry was Secretary of State and Vice President Biden under former US President Barack Obama.

American Democrats nominate Biden as presidential candidate

The American Democrats have nominated Joe Biden as their presidential candidate. As expected, the 77-year-old got the required number of delegate votes at the largely virtual party congress on Tuesday evening (local time), TV channels CNN and ABC reported. Sie mehr lessons here.

Former US president Carter is calling for Joe Biden to be elected

Former US president Jimmy Carter called for Joe Biden to be elected in the US presidential election in November at the Democratic Party conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “Joe Biden must become our next president,” Carter said in an audio message aired at the party conference Tuesday night. “We deserve a person with integrity and judgment, someone who is fair and just, someone who stands up for what is best for the American people.”

The Democrat Carter (95) is the oldest living ex-president. Ex-Vice President Biden will be nominated as a candidate at the party conference on Tuesday and will face incumbent Republican Donald Trump in November. The Democratic Party conference began attacking Trump on Monday.

28.9 million watching Democrats party conference – fewer TV viewers

The party conference of the American Democrats this year is a pure experiment because of the corona pandemic, because the live spectacle is missing. 28.9 million people watched the event, which largely took place for the first time, on television or via digital platforms on the first night, the Democrats announced Tuesday (local time).

The majority (18.7 million) were television viewers. Four years ago, 26 million people watched the “Convention” that began on television, various US media outlets reported, citing the Nielsen Media Research company. US President Donald Trump described the ratings on Tuesday as “very bad”.

The party conventions are traditionally mega events with tens of thousands of delegates and guests, and are designed to generate enthusiasm among the candidates a few months before the election. The Democrats have reduced their official program to two hours in four evenings this year.

The widow of Senator John McCain speaks at the Democratic Party conference

The widow of former Republican Senator John McCain (1936-2018) speaks at the Democratic Party conference about her “unlikely friendship” with presidential candidate Joe Biden. The Democrats released clips of a video Tuesday (local time) ahead of the start of the two-hour party conference program in which Cindy McCain talks about the connection between the two and is reminiscent of picnics in Biden’s yard.

Trump: Mexico will pay for the border wall

Nearly three months before the US elections, President Donald Trump reactivated a previously unfulfilled election promise from the previous election campaign. “Mexico will pay for the wall,” Trump said Tuesday (local time) on a visit to the border town of Yuma, Arizona. Trump had promised before the 2016 election that he would build a wall on the US southern border and make Mexico pay for it. According to Trump, about 450 kilometers of the controversial border wall has been built so far. The US taxpayer has funded the construction so far. Sie mehr lessons here.

US Post ensures that the voting documents are delivered on time by post

In the dispute over the equipment of the post office ahead of the US presidential election in November, the head of the bureau assured the prompt delivery of the voting documents by mail. Mail boss Louis DeJoy announced in Washington on Tuesday that election mail would be delivered “on time and within our established service standards.” The reforms he initiated were to be halted for the time being. “To avoid even the appearance of impact on the election mail, I will suspend these initiatives until after the election.” DeJoy is an ally of US President Donald Trump.

Trump had spoken openly last Thursday about withholding the necessary funds from the Post to deliver millions and millions of ballots on time. Democrats saw it as an attempt by the incumbent Republican Party to keep turnout low in its favor. Trump, on the other hand, has repeatedly stated that postal voting significantly increases the risk of forgery – without providing evidence. The Democrats are working to ensure that as many voters as possible can vote by mail because of the ongoing corona pandemic.

Trump attacks Obama and his Vice Biden as corrupt

US President Donald Trump responded with sharp words to the Democrats’ criticism at the start of their party congress in the race for the White House. “The Obama and Biden administration was the most corrupt in history,” the president wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. This includes the fact that they had been spying on his election campaign team, which was “the greatest political scandal in our country’s history,” Trump reiterated his frequent but unproven accusation. “It’s called betrayal and more.”

A few hours earlier, on the first day of their party conference, which should officially nominate Obama’s Vice President Joe Biden to run for the presidential election in November, the Democrats had been heavily critical of Trump. Former First Lady Michelle Obama said, “Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country.”

Trump argued that someone should explain to Michelle Obama that he was only in the White House because her husband Barack Obama had done a bad job. “My administration and I built the largest economy in history worldwide, then shut it down, saved millions of lives, and now I’m building an even bigger economy than before,” Trump wrote.

When Michelle Obama denied Trump’s character

Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders and even a few Republicans: The Democrats present a broad alliance against Trump at the start of their party congress – the ex-first lady puts the exclamation mark, writes Washington correspondent Fabian Reinbold.

Trump: Can only lose elections if manipulated

US President Donald Trump believes that a presidential election defeat in November is only possible in case of electoral fraud. “We have to win these elections,” Trump said Monday (local time) during a performance for supporters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Make sure your votes are counted. Make sure the only way we’re going to lose these elections is if the elections have been manipulated. Remember. That’s the only way we’re going to have these elections. Will lose. ”Trump stressed: “We will fight for the survival of our nation and civilization itself.”

Bernie Sanders: “Nero fiddled when Rome was on fire. Trump plays golf”

Joe Biden should be the focus of the party conference – not Donald Trump. But the president is an important argument for Democrats in the fight for the White House. An overview of the start of the party congress.

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