Election

RACE IN LIMBO: Results of 2020 Election Still Unknown in Key Battleground States

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.05.20

From Fox News:

After major wins for Joe Biden on Wednesday when the Fox News Decision Desk projected that he will win in Wisconsin and Michigan — two states where President Trump came out on top in 2016 — the Democratic nominee sits at 264 electoral votes, needing just one more state to win the White House

Trump currently has 214 electoral votes in his column.

With his team expressing optimism in his path Wednesday, Biden confidently said that he was “not here to declare that we won,” but to “report that when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners.”

Striking a presidential tone, Biden said he would govern as an “American president” and that once the dust is settled from the election he plans “to lower the temperature, to see each other again, to listen to one another, to hear each other again, to unite and heal, to come together as a nation.”

Meanwhile, Trump is at 214 electoral votes and claiming victory in a handful of states where either the result is not yet clear or the Fox News Decision Desk has projected that Biden will win.

Read the full report here.

BIDEN in NEW HAMPSHIRE: ‘What You Do Here in Iowa is Going to Set the Tone’

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.09.19

Former Vice President Joe Biden left audience members scratching their heads in New Hampshire over the weekend; confusing the northeast state for Iowa -approximately 1,000 miles away.

“The primary race for the United States presidency… You have an incredible obligation, not to me at all, but to yourselves. What you do here in Iowa […] is going to set the tone,” said Biden before correcting himself.

“New Hampshire, the primary in New Hampshire,” he added.

Biden made a similar mistake earlier this year; confusing New Hampshire for the neighboring state of Vermont.

“I’ve been here a number of times…I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it?” Biden told reporters.

BIDEN in MISSOURI: ‘We Cannot Get Re-Elected… Excuse Me… We Can Only Re-Elect Donald Trump’

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.09.20

Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign over the weekend in Missouri; telling a crowd of confused supporters he “cannot get re-elected” but can “only re-elect Donald Trump.”

“Turn this primary from a campaign that’s about negative attacks into one about moving forward. Because we cannot get re-elected… Cannot win this re-election… Excuse me… we can only re-elect Donald Trump,” Biden told the bewildered audience.

 

Fox News host Sean Hannity called out his network colleague on social media over the weekend over his coverage of Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden; saying a candidate’s “mental toughness” to hold office is “critical” during the 2020 election.

“I always criticize liberal commentators for saying things like ‘President Trump is mentally ill’ and ‘President Trump has psychosis and he’s narcissistic and all that,’ so I do think it was unfortunate that some commentators on Super Tuesday — Brit Hume, Marc Thiessen, people I respect — said Joe Biden is senile or getting there,” said ‘Media Buzz’ host Howie Kurtz.

“Certainly he’s forgetful with his memory lapses and you can question his performance,” he added.

“Howie you host a ‘media’ show. Please feel free to report on any of the topics I just mentioned : Quid pro quo Joe Ukraine shake down, media mob ignoring zero experience Hunter, media ignoring Joe’s gaffes, etc. No charge for the ideas,” fired-back Hannity on social media.

“Howie, being the President of the United States of America is the Hardest job in the world. Whether any candidate has the physical strength, the stamina, the focus and mental toughness needed to do this job is critical,” he added.

Read the full report here.

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