Donald Trump addresses the crowd at Minden Tahoe Airport in Nevada

He pointed out that “based on the way we were treated, it is possible that we are entitled to four others” during a speech in which he announced his intention to be “fierce” towards his opponents in the elections, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Thousands of people, a few of them wearing masks, crowded into Minden-Tahoe Airport, near Reno, on Saturday. The president has it again even in Nevada today and will continue to visit California amid the scenes of devastation caused by the wildfires.


Two-thirds of them disagree with Trump’s handling of the pandemic

new ABC News / Ipsos Poll He found that 65 percent of people disapprove of the way Donald Trump has dealt with the Coronavirus.

67 percent said it was too slow to respond to the outbreak and 52 percent did not trust a word to say about it.

More bad news in the survey, which followed reports the president described fallen soldiers as “suckers” and “losers” – American adults also believe Joe Biden has more respect for military service than he does, at 61 percent to 37 percent.

The poll included 533 adults between September 11 and 12.

John Sharman13 September 2020 13:38


Boris Johnson is “infatuated” with Trump’s use of language

The UK prime minister is intrigued by the direct way Trump uses language, according to the exiled British ambassador Sir Kim Darroch.

Sir Kim’s brilliant diplomatic career collapsed in July 2019 when he was Mail on Sunday He published leaked secret notes in which he described the Trump White House as disrupted, incompetent, clumsy, and incompetent.

He says Johnson, who shares Trump’s ruthless line and overly ambitious streak, is “intrigued” by his opposite number, “especially Trump’s use of language.”

There is a similar trend to the simple slogans – “Get Back Control” and “Get Brexit” – that helped Johnson win the 2016 Brexit referendum and the 2019 elections.

Sir Kim also told the Associated Press that Johnson may be imitating Mr Trump in his bellicose approach to the Brexit negotiations.

The former diplomat described Johnson’s 2018 speech in which the prime minister said, “If Donald Trump had been asked to negotiate Brexit, he would have made some outrageous and provocative demands at first. There would have been complete chaos, too many harsh words in both directions, a lot. From the noise. But in the end things would have calmed down. He might have had a very good result. “

“It’s the chaos theory of negotiation,” said Sir Kim. “Make your negotiating partner think that you are so crazy that it is better to give him what he wants, because who knows what he will do next.”

Sir Kim added in his AP interview that he believed Johnson could be Trump’s best friend in Europe if the latter wins re-election in November. “This relationship could be very close,” the former ambassador said. “I think you’ll get a free trade agreement very quickly, although it does involve some serious concessions in agriculture” – like accepting chlorinated chickens, something that many in Britain find difficult to swallow, he said.

John Sharman13 Sep 2020 12:37


#icymi Pines deflects a rally hosted by QAnon minors

Mike Pence canceled plans to attend a Trump campaign fundraiser in Montana after revelations that the event’s hosts expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory.

Donald Trump’s re-election campaign told The Associated Press on Saturday that Pence’s schedule had changed, but the campaign did not provide a reason or explain whether the fundraising would take place at a later date.

John Sharman13 Sep 2020 12:16


Senator Bernie Sanders privately voiced concerns about Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, according to three people familiar with the talks, and urged the Biden team to ramp up its focus on enclave issues and appeal to liberal voters.

Sanders, the runner-up for Biden in the Democratic primary, told his aides that Biden was at serious risk of failing in the November election if he continued his more ambiguous and centrist approach, according to the people who spoke on condition. Anonymity to describe sensitive conversations.

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 11:44


The tweets show the size of Minden’s crowd and the crowds

Earlier I posted a few tweets from a Fox News reporter with pictures of the crowd last night.

NBC News Kelly O’Donnell has more – and if you’re in charge of public health, he’ll make you rock.

John Sharman13 September 2020 11:33


Full report on last night’s march

Donald Trump said he is “likely” authorized to serve more than two terms as President of the United States and claimed that the only way he will lose this year’s election is that his opponents are trying to manipulate them, Writes Emily Goddard.

At the opening of a campaign rally in Nevada Saturday night, the president told a crowd of several thousand, most of them masked, that he would win the state and win another four years in the White House in November.

Then he seemed to suggest that he would be interested in serving a third term, saying, “And then we’ll negotiate because probably, depending on how we’ve been treated, we’re probably entitled to four more after that.”

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 11:11


California residents refuse to budge in front of wildfires

Nine people have so far been confirmed dead, and 19 missing, after weeks of soaring temperatures that have fueled the ongoing crisis, with around 15,000 firefighters currently facing 28 major fires.

At last night’s rally, Donald Trump expressed his condolences to the victims of the numerous fires that have spread across the western United States.

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 10:54


US Senator Ted Cruz tweeted in response to her criticism The Daily ShowSex show host Trevor Noah reveals to partying, writing that “many liberal males never grow balls.”

Mr. Cruz retweeted a post from conservative news outlet, The Daily Wire, which was talking about a clip of Noah’s show where he was discussing how a wildfire broke out in California during a gender reveal party. Noah argued that sex reveals that the parties “are starting to feel very old.”

However, Cruise’s decision to go into battle with a comedian proved a poor one. Read Mr. Noah’s answer below:

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 09:58


A survey claims Trump supporters are less likely to evacuate before the hurricane

A new study shows that Donald Trump supporters are 11 percent less likely to have a hurricane void after conservative media introduced “suspicions about the hurricane.”

Researchers found that 34 percent of Florida residents who likely voted Republicans in the 2016 election vacated their homes before Hurricane Irma in 2017, they said in the paper published in Science Advances on Friday.

By contrast, among those who most likely voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, it was estimated that 45 percent had evacuated before the September storm.

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 09:53


Video: Trump is joking about a third term

John SharmanSeptember 13, 2020 09:11