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PENNSYLVANIA: The 2024 ELECTION Battleground That Could Decide It All

PENNSYLVANIA: The 2024 ELECTION Battleground That Could Decide It All

Pennsylvania will be a crucial battleground in the 2024 presidential election, according to Senator John Fetterman. He believes that without winning Pennsylvania, there is no legitimate path to the presidency. Fetterman asserts that Joe Biden has a strong connection with Pennsylvania voters and will likely carry the state again.

Fetterman acknowledges that the race will be very close due to Trump’s strong ties in Pennsylvania. He also downplays the impact of Trump’s legal troubles, suggesting voters have already made up their minds about him. “I don’t think that whole trial is going to be anything meaningful,” he said.

Bill Maher questioned whether Biden is the best candidate for Democrats in 2024, given he hasn’t officially been nominated yet. Fetterman responded affirmatively, stating Biden is “the only American that’s ever beaten Trump in an election” and believes he’s the only Democrat who can win again.

Fetterman also took a jab at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, recalling how Trump defeated him despite his significant campaign funds and popularity within his own state. “Trump threw him in the woodchipper,” he remarked about DeSantis’s failed attempt to challenge Trump’s dominance within the GOP.

TRUMP’S COMEBACK: Leads Biden in Hypothetical 2024 Race, Reveals Michigan Poll

TRUMP’S COMEBACK: Leads Biden in Hypothetical 2024 Race, Reveals Michigan Poll

A recent poll from Michigan, conducted by Beacon Research and Shaw & Company Research, reveals a surprising turn of events. In a hypothetical race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, Trump takes a two-point lead. The poll shows 47% of registered voters backing Trump while Biden comes close with 45%. This narrow lead falls within the poll’s margin of error.

This represents an impressive swing towards Trump by 11 points compared to a July 2020 Fox News Beacon Research and Shaw Company poll. During that time, Biden held the upper hand with 49% support versus Trump’s 40%. In this latest survey, only one percent would back another candidate while three percent would abstain from voting. An intriguing four percent remain undecided.

The plot thickens when the field is expanded to include independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Green Party candidate Jill Stein, and independent Cornel West. Here, Trump’s lead over Biden grows to five points suggesting his appeal remains strong among voters even in a wider field of candidates.

Kamala Harris: The Vice President

HARRIS and BIDEN Storm South Carolina: A Cunning Strategy for 2024 Victory?

Today, Vice President Kamala Harris is making waves in South Carolina. She’s the keynote speaker at the annual retreat of the Women’s Missionary Society of the Seventh District African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Harris plans to commemorate the third anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots during her address. In a parallel move, President Joe Biden will be speaking at Mother Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina on Monday — a place marked by a devastating racially-motivated mass shooting in 2015.

South Carolina has been a Republican stronghold, with Donald Trump securing victory in both the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections.

The strategic visits by Biden and Harris hint at an ambitious attempt to sway this traditionally conservative state ahead of their potential run in the upcoming 2024 election.

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TRUMP’S Troubled Past: Biden’s Team Shifts Focus Ahead of 2024 Showdown

President Joe Biden’s team is adjusting their strategy for the 2024 campaign. Instead of solely spotlighting the incumbent Democrat, they’re turning attention to former President Donald Trump’s contentious record. This move follows recent polls showing Trump leading Biden in seven swing states and gaining traction among younger voters.

Trump, despite grappling with multiple criminal and civil charges, continues to be a GOP favorite. The aim of Biden’s aides is to use his disputed record and legal allegations as a lens through which voters can view the potential consequences of another four-year term under Trump.

Currently, Trump faces four criminal indictments and is embroiled in a civil fraud lawsuit in New York. Regardless of these trials’ outcomes, he could still make a run for office even if convicted — unless legal contests or state ballot requirements prevent him from doing so. However, rather than dwelling on the outcome of Trump’s cases, Biden’s team plans to underscore what another term would mean for American citizens.

A senior campaign aide noted that while Trump may succeed in mobilizing his base with extreme rhetoric, their strategy will highlight how such extremism could negatively affect Americans. The focus will be on the potential adverse impact of another term under Trump rather than his personal legal battles.

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NEW YEAR’S EVE Revelations: Bidens Discuss Holiday Cheer and 2024 Ambitions

During a New Year’s Eve interview with Ryan Seacrest, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden opened up about their holiday festivities and future aspirations. The chat was part of Dick Clarke’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve show, which had a friendly atmosphere but wasn’t devoid of political implications.

President Biden took the opportunity to highlight his administration’s achievements, with a special focus on job creation. He proudly pointed out the resurgence of factory jobs that were once outsourced overseas. The President claimed that since his inauguration, his administration has been responsible for creating 14 million jobs.

Furthermore, Biden expressed his desire for Americans to appreciate their nation’s current strength as we usher in the new year. He hopes this awareness will spur unity and progress as we approach 2024.

CONVICTED KILLER on the Loose: Danelo Cavalcante’s Daring Escape from Pennsylvania Prison

CONVICTED KILLER on the Loose: Danelo Cavalcante’s Daring Escape from Pennsylvania Prison

Convicted murderer, Danelo Cavalcante, is now a fugitive. After a daring escape from Chester County Prison in Pennsylvania, he has successfully evaded capture. The U.S Marshals Service has confirmed that Cavalcante, sentenced to life for the 2021 murder of his ex-girlfriend, is also implicated in a homicide case in Brazil.

Acting Warden Howard Holland unveiled surveillance footage of Cavalcante’s escape during a press briefing. The video captures the moment when Cavalcante scales a wall and braves through razor wire to make his audacious exit.

Cavalcante’s breakout commenced at 8:33 a.m., as he mingled with other inmates in the exercise yard. By 9:45 a.m., prison officers reported him missing—an unsettling indication of severe lapses in prison security measures.

Trump Demands Judge’s RECUSAL in ‘Highly Partisan’ Election Case

Donald Trump has announced his intention to ask Judge Tanya Chutkan, an Obama appointee, to step aside in his election fraud case. On his social media platform, Truth Social, he voiced concerns that he would not receive a fair trial with her presiding, referring to the matter as “the ridiculous freedom of speech, slash fair elections case.

Trump Pleads NOT Guilty in Court, Calls It Political Persecution

Former US President Donald Trump has pled not guilty in a Washington DC court for conspiring to overturn the 2020 presidential election. During his arraignment, Trump confirmed his name, age, and that he was not under any influence, later telling reporters that he saw the case as political persecution.

‘Corruption, Scandal, and Failure’: Trump REACTS After Four New Charges

Former President Donald Trump has been charged with four new criminal counts, including conspiracy to defraud the US and obstruction of an official proceeding on 6 January 2021. Trump accused officials of corruption and described the charges as a political witch hunt.

Allies, along with some rivals within the Republican party, have spoken out in his defense. Though allowed to appear virtually, Trump is expected to attend court in person, where he may enter a plea without being arrested.

Iowa Event: ONE Republican Challenges Trump and Gets BOOED

At an Iowa event where a dozen of Donald Trump’s Republican rivals spoke, only one candidate, former Texas congressman Will Hurd dared to challenge the former president and was met with loud boos.

Kevin McCarthy STANDS With Trump Amid New Charges

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy refused to be drawn into the controversy surrounding Trump and shifted his focus to President Biden. The Republican Speaker voiced concerns not over the charges against Trump but Biden’s mishandling of classified documents.

Mike Pence UNSURE of Trump’s Criminality on 6 January

Ex-vice president Mike Pence expressed doubt about the criminality of Donald Trump’s actions linked to the 6th January 2021 Capitol protest. Pence, now eyeing the presidential seat, stated on CNN’s “State of the Union” that despite Trump’s words being reckless, their legality remains uncertain in his view.

Trump’s Classified Docs Trial Set for MAY 20 Amid Election Run

Donald Trump faces a court trial in the spring of next year for alleged mishandling of classified documents, ruled by Judge Aileen Cannon. The case, set for May 20th, centers around accusations that Trump improperly stored sensitive files at his Mar-a-Lago estate post-presidency and obstructed government attempts to recover them.

Justice Department Targets Trump: Potential ARREST Looms Over January 6

Former President Donald Trump confirmed on Tuesday that he had been declared a target by the Department of Justice in the investigation surrounding the events of January 6. Through a statement on his Truth Social platform, he shared that special counsel Jack Smith had informed him via a letter on Sunday.

Donald Trump Tells Ron DeSantis to ‘Get HOME to Florida’

In a fiery Saturday night address, Donald Trump bluntly advised his Republican nomination rival, Ron DeSantis, to “get home to Florida,” accusing him of overlooking his duties as governor.

Trump, Carlson, and Gaetz Set to HEADLINE Turning Point USA’s Inaugural Conference

Former President Donald Trump will headline the inaugural two-day Turning Point USA conference alongside Tucker Carlson and Matt Gaetz. This event coincides with his legal team’s efforts in Georgia to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from an election interference investigation against him.

Trump IGNITES Crowd with Bold Education Revamp and Stand on Transgender Athletes

Donald Trump, the leading 2024 Republican presidential candidate, addressed a crowd at a Moms for Liberty event in Philadelphia. The conservative parents’ rights group heard Trump discuss issues concerning transgender athletes in women’s sports and an idea for the public to elect school principals.

US Could Enter RECESSION Next Year With Rising Inflation Rate

Financial forecasters predict that the US could enter a recession in time for the 2024 election. With the inflation rate expected to increase next year, the state of the economy could cost Joe Biden votes.

Presidential Race: Christie, Pence, and Burgum ENTER as DeSantis STRUGGLES Against Trump

The Republican presidential race is heating up with three new entries: ex-Gov. Chris Christie, former VP Mike Pence, and Gov. Doug Burgum. This comes as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis struggles against ex-President Trump in the polls.

Ron DeSantis’s campaign announcement technical issues

#DeSaster: Technical Glitches PLAGUED DeSantis’s Campaign Announcement

Ron DeSantis’s 2024 presidential campaign announcement on Twitter Spaces was rife with technical issues, leading to widespread criticism. The event with Elon Musk was filled with audio dropouts and server crashes, triggering ridicule from both sides of the political aisle, with Don Trump Jr. calling the event a “#DeSaster.”

President Joe Biden seized the opportunity to mock the unsuccessful launch by posting a link to his campaign donation page, saying, “This link works.” Despite the backlash, Elon Musk said the issues were caused by the sheer number of listeners who tuned in, causing the servers to overload.

Legacy Media IMPLODES in Outrage Over CNN Town Hall

Following CNN’s town hall with Donald Trump, the media went into meltdown, furious at their fellow media giant for giving the former president a platform. Host Kaitlan Collins was criticized for her perceived lackluster fact-checking of Trump, but despite her best attempts, the audience saw him as more credible.

Donald Trump DOMINATES the CNN Town Hall

Donald Trump dominated the CNN town hall hosted by Kaitlan Collins, with the crowd firmly behind the former president as they cheered and laughed at his remarks.

Trump Popularity SKYROCKETS Over DeSantis in New Poll

A recent YouGov poll conducted after Donald Trump was indicted shows Trump surging to his largest-ever lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. In the previous survey conducted less than two weeks ago, Trump led DeSantis by 8 percentage points. However, in the latest poll, Trump is leading DeSantis by 26 percentage points.

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Biden’s 2024 REELECTION Decision IGNITED by Trump’s Potential Return: A Shocking Revelation

In an unexpected twist, President Joe Biden admitted that his decision to run for reelection in 2024 may be fueled by former President Donald Trump’s own campaign announcement. “If Trump wasn’t on the ballot, I might not be either, but we can’t afford to let him win,” Biden disclosed to supporters in Boston on Tuesday.

Later that evening, upon his return to Washington D.C., Biden reaffirmed his statement. He stated that the prospect of Trump reclaiming the White House has solidified his own reelection bid.

Even if Trump were compelled to withdraw from the race due to facing a staggering 91 felony indictments, Biden assured he would not terminate his campaign.

These comments emerge as Biden’s campaign kicks into high gear ahead of the fiscal year-end. The president spent Tuesday in Boston attending three fundraising events and a concert featuring musician James Taylor.

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