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Watch Kamala Harris Rip Trump’s Failures In Her First Speech As VP Nominee

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

In their first event together as running mates, Sen. Kamala Harris and Joe Biden delivered speeches in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday evening to introduce their joint campaign.

Biden spoke first, lauding Harris and emphasizing their personal connection. He noted that Harris and his late son, Beau Biden, had become close when they worked together as state attorneys general and that he considers her a member of his family.

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Biden Is Cruising While Trump Is Losing It

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did something simultaneously clever and stupid recently in full view of TV cameras. He went bicycle riding with his wife Jill at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware with no helmet.

Smart because it's basically impossible for a 77 year-old man to look like anything but a total dork in a helmet—summoning for geezer Democrats the image of Michael Dukakis riding in a tank, the photo op blunder that may have settled the 1988 presidential election.

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White House Officials Keep Violating Federal Campaign Act

Reprinted with permission from ProPublica

President Donald Trump's recent musings about staging his Republican National Convention speech at the White House drew criticism from government ethics watchdogs and even one Republican senator, John Thune of South Dakota.

The suggestion wasn't an isolated blending of official presidential duties and the campaign. It was part of a yearslong pattern of disregarding such boundaries in the Trump White House. There is a law, called the Hatch Act, that prohibits most government officials from engaging in politicking in the course of their official work.

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Trump Erupts In Aggressive Tirade Against Harris

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

Well, that didn't take very long.

Former Vice President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that Sen. Kamala Harris would be his running mate, and by early evening, President Donald Trump had already labeled her "nasty."

But before getting into what Trump said to attack Harris personally, it's worth recalling how former President Barack Obama reacted to Mitt Romney's choice of Paul Ryan as a running mate back in 2012:

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