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Fox News: David Bossie: Top takeaways from Trump-Biden debate — one candidate exceeds expectations

Joe Biden is a living, breathing reminder that career politicians are great at creating commissions while getting little else done

In Thursday night's final presidential debate, President Trump articulated beautifully why he wants to be our leader for another term.

The president wants to deny radical socialism a foothold in America. He wants to defeat COVID-19 and rebuild the greatest economy the world has ever seen.

He intends to unleash more freedom in our country through lower taxes and fewer regulations, allowing our citizens to prosper.

He wants to finish the border wall and provide competitive, high quality, and affordable health care to the American people, something ObamaCare failed to do. And President Trump will stand up to China to the enormous benefit of the American worker.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden must answer these questions at presidential debate with Trump

First and foremost, Biden must be asked about his son Hunter's corrupt overseas business dealings

Thursday night's final debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is certain to be a historic event just 12 days before Election Day and the culmination of the unforgettable campaign of 2020.

The debate might also go down in history as the last one organized by the existing Commission on Presidential Debates. This year the commission has exposed itself as unfair, biased, and inept. It's time has passed.

The three presidential debates and a single vice presidential debate normally scheduled are supposed to be the premiere primetime events in which the American people can see the candidates up close and personal. But this year it looks like the debate commission is working to give Joe Biden the advantage.

Whether it's a canceled debate, muted microphones, or changed topics, this has become a fiasco. Indeed, the Commission on Presidential Debates can be added to the vast anti-Trump conspiracy along with the left-wing media, academic elite, Hollywood, and an army of deep state bureaucrats.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Liberal media want Biden to become president, cover up report about son’s shady business deals

News organizations like The New York Times, Washington Post, and NBC now behave like pro-Biden Super PACs

The left is desperate to defeat President Trump in his bid for reelection — by any means necessary.

Look no further than Big Tech's censoring of an inflammatory investigative report in The New York Post this week about the shady business dealings of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter in Ukraine and China.

The jaw-dropping disclosures by the newspaper reveal emails never before made public that detail Hunter Biden’s lucrative and highly conflicted actions with wealthy businessmen in Kiev and Beijing.

It’s now abundantly clear the people who run the social media giants like Facebook and Twitter believe it's their duty to put their thumbs on the scale to help former Vice President Biden defeat President Trump in the November election.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden wants to pack Supreme Court to put America on road to socialism — he just won't admit it

Biden follows the lead of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

It has become abundantly clear — despite former Vice President’s Joe Biden’s repeated refusals to give an honest answer — that he’s planning to expand the size of the Supreme Court to add liberal justices if he’s elected president. He knows his radical agenda can’t become reality any other way.

Following in the footsteps of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Biden knows that many of the far-left proposals he wants to become law if Democrats control both houses of Congress and the White House won’t pass constitutional muster. So like Roosevelt in 1937, Biden wants to pack the Supreme Court with justices who will support a radical restructuring of our nation — regardless of whether the restructuring is constitutional.

This is a dangerous step that even Democrats refused to support when Roosevelt tried it 83 years ago. But today’s Democrats — following the lead of democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and fellow socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez , D-N.Y. — only care about remaking America into a socialist nation.

Adding new justices to the Supreme Court is like adding referees who will change the rules in the middle of a football game. This would allow laws that are clearly unconstitutional to be upheld by the expanded radical majority on the high court.

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Fox News: David Bossie: At VP debate, Pence's steady hand vs. the uncertainty of Harris was on full display

At the VP debate Mike Pence once again demonstrated that he’s ready to become president at a moment’s notice

Wednesday night’s vice-presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Vice President Mike Pence showcased the steady hand of Pence against the uncertainty of Harris.

Picking up on his victorious debate against Hillary Clinton’s running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine in 2016, Vice President Pence once again demonstrated that he’s ready to become president at a moment’s notice.

Harris, on the other hand, came off as untested and unlikable.

This debate was Harris’ first unscripted introduction before a national audience of general election voters who were interested in learning more about the first-term senator from California. Harris would be vice president for the oldest president to ever be sworn into office at 78 years of age.

Harris failed to make the case that she’s ready to assume command of our country or capable of being president of all the people, regardless of their beliefs.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden and Russia hoax revelations – what did former VP know and when did he know it?

The media must ask Biden serious questions about the newly disclosed activities of the Obama-Biden administration in July 2016

Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe’s recent declassification of critically important documents concerning the Obama administration’s targeting of President Trump and his 2016 campaign provide the American people with explosive new evidence of exactly what was happening during the summer of 2016 and why the phony Russia hoax was launched.

According to Director Ratcliffe’s letter, intelligence gathered in 2016 “alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on July 26, 2016, of a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by Russian security services.”

Other declassified records indicate that Secretary Clinton wanted to execute the political plot against then-candidate Trump in order to distract from the investigation into her use of an insecure private email server to conduct sensitive State Department business.

The documents released include handwritten notes of former CIA Director John Brennan that memorialize a briefing he gave to President Barack Obama and other senior Obama officials about the allegations.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Trump clearly defeats Biden in first presidential debate

Biden failed to accomplish in 47 years what Trump has delivered for the American people in 47 months

To any reasonable person watching, it was clear that President Trump came prepared and resoundingly defeated former Vice President Joe Biden at Tuesday night's first presidential debate in Cleveland.

You have to bring you’re "A" game to go toe-to-toe with the champ and unsurprisingly, Democratic presidential nominee Biden couldn't compete. Sadly, that doesn't matter to Biden's allies in the liberal media who will ignore the facts as sure as the sun will rise in the morning.

Amazingly, with early voting already underway for the Nov. 3 election, Tuesday night was the first time that millions of general election voters got an in-depth look at Biden. While President Trump is out front on a daily basis boldly leading our country as the tip of the American spear, Biden has been self-bunkering in his Delaware basement for much of the time.

For decades, by the time debate season has rolled around candidates for president had much more exposure to the public due to the rigors of the campaign trail. But Biden has used the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to do as little as possible to earn the trust of the American people.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Presidential debates will showcase Trump strengths and Biden weaknesses

Trump has done more for the American people in 48 months than Biden has done in 48 years

The stakes couldn't be higher at the first presidential candidate debate in Cleveland Tuesday, moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News. Due to limits on traditional campaigning because of the Chinese coronavirus, the presidential and vice-presidential debates this fall will be the most pivotal in American history.

With the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the already tumultuous election campaign now heads into uncharted territory as we approach Election Day on Nov. 3. President Trump has announced he will nominate a Ginsburg successor on Saturday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said the Senate will hold a confirmation vote on the nominee before Election Day.

Obstructionist Democrats have rallied in opposition to the president's constitutional duty to fill the seat on the high court that was held by Ginsburg. They are threatening unhinged and irresponsible measures in response, such as packing the Supreme Court with liberals next year or even impeaching President Trump to derail the confirmation process for a new justice.

The Supreme Court showdown will be the central issue in the lead-up to the election and will certainly play a prominent role when Trump and Democratic presidential nominee and former vice president Joe Biden take the stage in Tuesday's debate.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Senate Republicans should confirm Trump’s Supreme Court nominee by Election Day

Trump and Senate Republicans have a responsibility to carry out the duty they were entrusted with by the American people

One of the most important duties of the president of the United States is to nominate federal judges to defend the Constitution and faithfully interpret America’s laws as intended.

In 2016 Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away, leaving an empty seat that needed to be filled. This void left by the extraordinary Justice Scalia was so big that it became a major factor in the presidential race between then-candidate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

President Barack Obama nominated Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court. However, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., refused to move the nomination because Obama was at the end of his second term — a lame duck until the next president took office.

Republicans had taken control of the Senate after the 2014 midterm elections. Americans elected a Republican majority to keep a check on the Democratic president, and that’s exactly what happened. As McConnell said in a statement last week: “Since the 1880s, no Senate has confirmed an opposite-party president’s Supreme Court nominee in a presidential election year.”

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Fox News: David Bossie: Hidin’ Biden forced to emerge for minimal campaigning, gets only softball media questions

The American people don't just hand the presidency to anyone. You have to earn it.

Like Punxsutawney Phil emerging from underground on Groundhog Day, Hidin' Joe Biden has finally emerged from his basement bunker and actually taken a few questions from reporters.

But the questions have been softballs from adoring journalists, as if they were teed-up from a loving parent trying to make sure a child won't miss.

In sharp contrast, President Trump is the most accessible president in history, regular facing off against hostile reporters who don't even bother to pretend they're neutral as they attack him and try to hit him as hard as they can. The president gives back as good as he gets as he sets the record straight on all he is doing for the American people.

Trump — who is truly the people's president — answers the media's questions exactly how you'd expect a political outsider to answer. He says what's on is mind. What he says is not poll-tested and doesn't come from the talking points of professional staff. That's a refreshing change that the American people appreciate.

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