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Fox NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump joins Sean Hannity for first interview since announcement of Biden-Harris Democratic ticket
Fox News host Sean Hannity will interview President Trump on Tuesday night to discuss the news of the day, including presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden's choice of Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate.

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What to Know About Kamala Harris, Joe Biden's V.P. Choice (New York Times - Front Page)

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
President Trump rips Biden VP pick Kamala Harris
President Trump said Tuesday he was "surprised" that Democratic presidential foe Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris for his running mate — while ripping her as a lying, "nasty" pro-tax pol who was near the bottom of primary-race polls. "She was my No. 1 draft pick," Trump told reporters at a White House press conference when...

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
Top Democrats weigh in on Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's veep pick
Susan Rice and several other prominent Democrats cheered the selection of California Sen. Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's 2020 running mate on Tuesday. "Senator Harris is a tenacious and trailblazing leader who will make a great partner on the campaign trail," said Rice, who served as national security advisor under President Obama and was another...

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Hillary Clinton praises Kamala Harris running mate pick (Fox News)

Fox NewsAug 11, 2020
'The Five' reacts to Biden choosing Harris as running mate: 'This pick was made for Joe'
"The Five" co-host Jesse Watters said Tuesday that former Vice President Joe Biden had shown "bad judgement" in choosing Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate.

Yahoo NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump campaign tweets mugshots of alleged criminals, all of them Black, to claim Biden is pro-crime
Trump campaign Twitter account @TrumpWarRoom has tweeted and retweeted some questionable things in the past. Lately, it's been all systems go against former Vice President Joe Biden, who is set to oppose President Trump in November's election.The latest effort to bring down Biden is a series of tweets that seem to claim Biden is pro-crime. In a blog post, the campaign points to Biden staffer's donations to bail funds amid the nationwide protests against police brutality. The campaign highlighted four alleged "regular criminals," all of them Black, who were supposedly freed from jail thanks to Biden. Remember Willie Horton? President Trump's campaign is tweeting mugshots of black people to attack Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/ursYZoXv5b — Chris Megerian (@ChrisMegerian) August 11, 2020The mugshots were posted alongside rhetorical questions like "Does Joe Biden regret his campaign putting women in danger?" The donations to the bail fund were made by individual staffers, not by the Biden campaign as a whole. Still, the post asserts the streets are now less safe "thanks in part to the Biden campaign."The Trump campaign's strategy was quickly denounced as racist fearmongering. The Washington Post's Philip Bump pointed out that Biden himself is only loosely connected to the bailouts, and that it's not clear those pictured have been convicted of the crimes listed. Given Trump's insistence on respecting "due process," it seems like a signific

Fox NewsAug 11, 2020
Kamala Harris' latest poll numbers: Will she help the ticket?
A new poll indicates that a plurality of American voters have a positive opinion of Sen. Kamala Harris, who made history on Tuesday as the first Black woman to serve as a major political party's vice-presidential pick.

CNN Top StoriesAug 11, 2020
The history of the women nominated for vice president
With Joe Biden selecting Kamala Harris, the senator from California becomes just the third woman to be selected as the vice president on a major party ticket and the first Black woman to be nominated

Fox NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump slams Kamala Harris after VP pick, claims 'she was my number one pick'
President Trump, in his first on-camera remarks about the new Biden-Harris ticket, said he was "a little surprised" that Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris to be his running mate given her "very poor" primary performance, but said she was his "number one pick" to face off against.

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
Kamala Harris and Joe Biden beefs: Two times the running mates clashed
Nobody knows better than Joe Biden that his veep pick Kamala Harris can be a pit bull — she regularly went after him while still vying for the top spot on the Democratic presidential ticket. Harris — whom the Democratic presidential candidate picked as his running mate Tuesday — famously pounced on him during a...

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as his VP in 2020 presidential election
Joe Biden has selected Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, ending months of speculation that the former California attorney general and one-time Democratic presidential candidate would join his ticket. "I have the great honor to announce that I've picked @KamalaHarris — a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country's finest...

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump claims some people say ‘men are insulted' by Biden picking woman VP
President Trump said Joe Biden has put himself in an awkward position by pledging to pick a woman as vice president and added that "some people" would suggest men might be insulted by the Democratic candidate's intention to do so. "I would be inclined to go a different route than what he's done," Trump said...

Yahoo NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump says Hong Kong issue is 'tough' because city is 'attached to China'
It's time for a geography lesson with President Trump.During an interview with Fox Sports on Tuesday, the president was asked about the situation in Hong Kong, where in recent months China has cracked down with a new national security law that threatens the city's autonomy, and where Hong Kong authorities arrested media tycoon Jimmy Lai earlier this week. Trump didn't exactly echo his national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, who previously said the U.S. is "deeply troubled" by Lai's arrest. He instead complained Hong Kong had made "a lot of money" the U.S. could have made because of "tremendous incentives."But he did briefly wade into the political situation, simply to say that it's "a little bit tough from certain standpoints" because, when looking at a map, Hong Kong is "attached to" mainland China. And, well, there's no arguing with that. How Trump describes China-Hong Kong relations on Fox Sports Radio: "You know, it's a part-- it's a part, when you look, I mean, take a look at a map. It's attached to China. So it's a little bit tough from certain standpoints." -- Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) August 11, 2020More stories from theweek.com Donald Trump is trying to steal the election Susan Rice conspicuously left off DNC speakers list ahead of Biden's veep announcement Belarus cuts off internet as EU says it's considering action in response to disputed election


CNN Top StoriesAug 11, 2020
Opinion: Trump is assembling a coalition of the willing against China
President Donald Trump is having one big success in what is clearly a campaign to distract from Covid-19's impact on his floundering reelection campaign. Somehow, he's managed to cobble together a coalition-of-the-willing -- nations prepared to follow him over the cliff and participate in a burgeoning anti-China alliance.

Chicago TribuneAug 11, 2020
Watch live: President Trump holds news conference
President Trump is holding a news conference at the White House. Watch live here.

NY Post National NewsAug 11, 2020
Trump campaign calls Biden VP Kamala Harris ‘a phony,' Biden's ‘political living will'
WASHINGTON — President Trump's re-election campaign on Tuesday lashed Joe Biden's running mate Kamala Harris as a "phony" who buried her prosecutorial record in order to "appease the anti-police extremists controlling the Democrat Party," and the Democratic candidate's "political living will." Trump also tweeted a brutal campaign video dubbing the duo "Slow Joe" and "Phony...

CNN Most RecentAug 11, 2020
Trump says Americans will have to learn Chinese if Biden wins but offers little condemnation of Beijing
In a pair of interviews on Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against his competitor for being weak on China -- but stopped short himself of condemning China's repression of its Uyghur ethnic minority or its crackdown on political freedoms in Hong Kong.
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