Join The Washington Times' George Gerbo as he breaks down the 2020 race for the White House and control of Congress with the Times' talented team of political reporters and editors.
The Final Countdown
With just days before Election Day 2020, Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin and White House correspondent Dave Boyer join George Gerbo to recap a campaign season unlike any other and give their final predictions of what to expect on election day in the presidential and congressional races.
Return to (Debate) Normalcy: The Final Presidential Debate
Decorum and spirited sparring once again ruled the day as President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden returned to what most Americans expect out of a presidential debate. Washington Times White House correspondent Dave Boyer joins George Gerbo to recap what was said at the second and final presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee, including Trump defending his administration's COVID-19 response, Biden's comments on the oil industry and fracking, and more.
News & Notes VI: Spar From Afar
President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden couldn't agree when and how to meet for a second presidential debate, so the two took to opposing television networks in primetime. George Gerbo recaps the 'distanced debate,' along with updates on early voting and campaign fundraising, and a look at how the Trump campaign wants to gain ground with seniors on prescription drug prices.
Cordial Confrontation: The Vice Presidential Debate
Americans got a dose of politics and debate as they used to know it with Vice President Mike Pence and California Sen. and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris taking the stage at the University of Utah. George Gerbo recaps and breaks down what was said at the lone 2020 vice presidential debate with Washington Times legal affairs and politics reporter Alex Swoyer, including the economy, taxes, COVID-19, and the upcoming confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Hot In Cleveland: The Contentious First Presidential Debate
The first 2020 presidential debate was unlike anything we've seen in modern American political history. George Gerbo is joined by Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin to sort through the crosstalk in Cleveland and break down what President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden actually said on the economy, COVID-19, climate change, and more.
News & Notes V: The Campaign turns to the Court
The focus of the presidential race has shifted significantly following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. George Gerbo lays out the state of play on who's in President Trump's contention for the vacancy and how it affects the campaign, and looks at the latest push to turn out the vote after National Voter Registration Day this week.
Excellent and insightful coverage of the upcoming election.