Vice President Biden
Despite being more than a week removed from the first presidential debate, Democratic lawmakers and pundits are still keeping President Obama’s bad debate performance alive.
President Barack Obama has offered his take on the debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan, saying “Joe just needs to be Joe.”
Four years ago, Joe Biden was careful not to appear overly aggressive in his vice presidential debate with Sarah Palin, then a newcomer to the national stage.
Even though he was speaking in President Barack Obama’s home state, Republican vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan told supporters in a Chicago suburb that their backing is critical in the camapign’s final weeks.
Could the United States see a President Mitt Romney and Vice President Joe Biden following November’s presidential election? It’s not as crazy as it seems.
Christie said Romney needs to “tell the truth about what’s going on” in the country while laying out “a positive and hopeful vision for the future.”
At least three Republican electors say they may not support their party’s presidential ticket when the Electoral College meets in December to formally elect the next president, escalating tensions within the GOP and adding a fresh layer of intrigue to the final weeks of the White House race.
With swing voters in his sights, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is tacking toward the center on health care and defense spending now that he’s put his final partisan hurdle behind him and the sprint to Nov. 6 is underway.
The nation’s first elected black governor, Virginia’s L. Douglas Wilder, lambasted Vice President Joe Biden on national television Wednesday for his remark to a largely black crowd about banks keeping people “in chains.”
Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney is charging that President Barack Obama is running a campaign “of enmity and jealousy and anger” and called on him to lift the tone of political discourse immediately.