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Trump demanded apology from John McCain in 2017 for withdrawing his...

In a new book, “The Luckiest Man: Life with John McCain,” longtime Senate aide Mark Salter alleged that soon after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the president called the Arizona senator and demanded he apologize for taking back his endorsement during the 2016 election campaign.

Pessimism about Pandemic Grows

A PoliticalIQ.com national survey found that 55% of voters now believe the worst of the pandemic is still to come.  That’s...

Texas leads US in early voting numbers

Just two weeks away from the US presidential election, Texas is leading the country in early voting, with more than four million ballots already cast, according to a count by a US university.

Biden, Trump reach out to Puerto Rican voters—including through relatives on...

“When you are island born, you have the highest amount of connections to the island among family, friends and neighbors," said Natascha Otero, from "Boricuas con Biden."

Trump Campaign Urges Change in Debate Topics

Donald Trump's re-election campaign lashed out at the Commission on Presidential Debates about the topics and potential rule changes for the president's final face-off against Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

“Never Trumpers” are key to Biden’s Lead in the polls

A new PoliticalIQ.com national survey shows that so-called “Never Trumpers” are the key to former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in...

Supreme Court to Hear Cases Tied To Trump’s Polices On Mexico...

One centers on the use of military funds to pay for building part of a border wall. The other revolves around the "Remain in Mexico" policy that makes asylum-seekers stay out of the U.S.

GOP senators voice fears of a painful Trump loss

The new wave of Republican anxiety did not yield any perceivable course correction from the president, who directed some of his fire right back at concerned GOP senators.