Tom Ridge, who was a cabinet secretary under former Republican president George W. Bush, endorsed the Democratic nominee on Sunday.
“I will cast my vote for Joe Biden on Nov. 3. It will be my first vote for a Democratic candidate for president of the United States,” Ridge, a former governor of Pennsylvania, wrote in an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer. "But it is not the first time I have said ‘no’ to Donald Trump. I urge my fellow Pennsylvanians to join me.4 AnswersPolitics19 hours ago
Mr. Trump paid no federal income taxes in 11 of 18 years that The Times examined. In 2017, after he became president, his tax bill was only $750.
He has reduced his tax bill with questionable measures, including a $72.9 million tax refund that is the subject of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service.
The financial pressure on him is increasing as hundreds of millions of dollars in loans he personally guaranteed are soon coming due.
As president, he has received more money from foreign sources and U.S. interest groups than previously known. The records do not reveal any previously unreported connections to Russia. SO HE IS PART OF THE SWAMP AFTER ALL!
Mr. Trump has paid no federal income taxes for much of the past two decades.
Over the past two decades, Mr. Trump has paid about $400 million less in combined federal income taxes than a very wealthy person who paid the average for that group each year.
WHAT A CROOK, NO WONDER HE REFUSED TO LET THEM BE RELEASED!!!!!4 AnswersPolitics19 hours ago
Why in leadership training when you have something dysfunctional like our country would you not look to this President first?
You would do this in any other organization, if things are out of control like it is under Trump, why would you you assume that it is only isolated mayors and governors that take all the blame. Would you not look at the top, if people in any organization is divided and bickering??4 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
We thought the Ferguson riots were bad under Obama, in fact Trump blamed him way back then, this is 10 times as worse, what's with that?
It starts at the top and he's demagogued this for 4 years now, and he has no voice except for his base, NO ONE ELSE WILL LISTEN TO HIM.3 AnswersPolitics4 days ago
It's obvious the President is trying to sow seeds of doubt in the election process, I've never heard of a sitting President say such things?
This is the biggest question mark in an election I've ever heard of, I'm 63. I've never heard of a guy mouth off discord in my life.3 AnswersGovernment4 days ago
When was the last time a President could not guarantee a transfer of power if he lost, due to a rigged election process?
He just outright said that, I'm 63, I've never heard this from a sitting President.6 AnswersPolitics5 days ago
admitting in a remarkable farewell address to Congress that it had been his "misfortune to be called to the Office of Chief Executive without any political training" and apologizing for his "errors of judgment.5 AnswersPolitics5 days ago
In the Pennsylvania rally, Trump calls out Omar, and said she telling the people she comes to the U.S to tell us how to run things?
She was elected to congress, just like King was in Iowa, before he was elected out. How did her country work out for her? How did Ireland work out from all the Irish immigrants work out for them? How did Germany work out from all the Jewish immigrants?5 AnswersPolitics5 days ago
Watching H.R. McMaster be interviewed by Cobert, over his book to be released tommorrow, why would Trump run him out?
He seems to have his act together, and very knowledgeable concerning international affairs, what was the thing that finally he got fed up with? Was it typical Trump just driving good people out?1 AnswerPolitics7 days ago
So I believe the yearly salary of the President is $400,000 a year, so after 4 years he gave up $1.6 million, but according to Wikipedia his self-worth is 3.5 billion, according to that figure he has given up .00045% of his self worth, if you compare that to my self worth of $950,000 it would be like me giving a donation to the American Red Cross of a WHOPPING $427 DOLLAR DONATION...........wow, such a benevolent President we have.................problem is I give 5% of my income to the evangelical church I go to, and the pastor who believes in the tithe would say I'm cheating God.................WELL I SAY TRUMP IS CHEATING GOD!!!!!!!!2 AnswersPolitics7 days ago
Is God judging our nation due to Donald Trump, the hurricane off of New Jersey several years ago Pat Robertson claimed was due to the gays?
So now we have a massive pandemic, unrest, hurricanes, wildfires out west...........It's God judgement on the nation based on violating James 3:8?2 AnswersPolitics2 weeks ago
Watching Harlan County USA, and the nasty picketing of white people who did coal mining in 1976, who's worse these people or BLM?
They were and are both fighting for better conditions, better opportunity. Only under Trump do we see the poor person demonized and the rich person is glorified.1 AnswerPolitics2 weeks ago
From that perspective, Biden’s criticism largely holds up. Trump claims to have created the “greatest economy ever” before the coronavirus arrived, which is a comical exaggeration. In many respects, the U.S. economy grew at a similar pace from the last three years of the Obama administration into early 2020. Overall employment growth slowed a bit under Trump, but wages rose, which is typical of an expansion moving from middle to later stages. On manufacturing, however, one factor—Trump’s trade disputes with China and other countries, and the protectionist tariffs he imposed on many imports—may have caused a manufacturing slowdown and9 AnswersPolitics2 weeks ago
Trump said he wanted to be a "cheerleader" with regards to this pandemic, is this what '"cheerleader" looks like?
Is that what he does? In 3 1/2 years the only cheer leading he does is to his angry base.2 AnswersSingles & Dating3 weeks ago
Isn't this typical of this President, time after time for the last 3&3/4 years, mouthing off and then eating crow.?
Trump knew far more about the threat of COVID-19 than he publicly acknowledged in the early months of the outbreak, newly released recordings reveal.
In conversations with veteran journalist Bob Woodward, the president said the virus was "more deadly" than the worst flus.
Publicly, Trump said the virus was under control and nothing to worry about. He repeatedly lied to the public.4 AnswersPolitics3 weeks ago
Are we looking into the mind of Trump with the interview between Maddow and Cohen, I would say yes.?
This man by the name of Donald J. Trump is a total scum and never should have been in the oval office, he's filth all the way. I believe Cohen is right on with what he is saying.5 AnswersPolitics3 weeks ago