As Donald Trump boasted at rally about putting his own Supreme Court justices on the country’s highest court Friday night, one of his supporters yelled “Ginsburg is dead” to the president who was not aware of the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“That’s why the Supreme Court is so important, the next president will get one, two, three, or four justices,” Trump stated. “I had two. Many presidents have had none. They’ve had none. Because they’re there for a long time.”
At that point, a woman on the crowd yelled about Ginsburg with others joining later.
People yelling “Ginsburg is dead” is totally something you’d hear at a trump rally pic.twitter.com/sPE64zkxB6
— Rev. Obadiah Steppenwolfe IV (@UlyssesOfOmaha) September 19, 2020
Experts: ‘Destructive’ Donald Trump is getting desperate — and his psyche is unraveling right before our very eyes
‘The clock is ticking’: Republicans fret as Biden opens massive money gap over Trump
Joe Biden has opened a yawning fundraising gap over President Donald Trump, and Republicans are getting nervous.
The Biden campaign raised $200 million more than Trump's campaign last month and started October with $177 million in the bank, which is nearly three times more than the incumbent president's $63 million -- and GOP strategists say that may be tough to overcome, reported Politico.
“The obstacles to victory are mounting and the clock is ticking,” said GOP strategist Ken Spain. “It will likely take a political earthquake to change the trajectory of this race.”
Trump records show Chinese business pursuits and bank account: NYT
Donald Trump spent years cultivating business projects in China, where he maintained a previously unknown bank account, The New York Times reported Tuesday, as the US president attempts to portray election rival Joe Biden as weaker on Beijing.
Trump has spent recent days promoting a murky claim that Biden's son Hunter sold access to his father in Ukraine and China when he was vice president under Barack Obama.
It is Trump, however, who maintained an office in China during his first run for president, and partnered with a major government-controlled company, the Times reported.