When President Trump took the Oath of Office, he promised an end to the empty talk of politicians and the beginning of a great national effort to rebuild our country: Today we are not merely transferring power from one Administration to another, or from one party to another—but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C.,
November 3, 2020
In the closing hours of a campaign shadowed by a once-in-a-century pandemic, President Donald Trump charged across the nation Monday delivering an incendiary but unsupported allegation that the election is rigged, while Democratic challenger Joe Biden pushed to claim states once seen as safely Republican. America stood at a crossroads. Never before in modern history
She could have dropped her ballot at the post office, but she wasn’t sure if she should trust the mail. She considered slipping it into the secured ballot box just outside of City Hall, but what if something happened? A fire maybe; or theft. This year has delivered so many shocks that anything seemed possible.
Television networks are adding experts in election law to their election night coverage teams so they’re prepared to explain legal challenges or irregularities that may come up during the vote. Veteran attorney Ben Ginsberg, who represented George W. Bush when the 2000 presidential race was decided in the Supreme Court, has joined CNN for this