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Delivering a jolt of enthusiasm to a party reeling from weeks of infighting, Vice President Kamala Harris rallied Democrats on Tuesday in Wisconsin and laid out a fierce argument against former President Donald J. Trump. Ms. Harris vowed, in her first rally as the de facto Democratic presidential nominee, to defeat Mr. Trump by attacking him as a prosecutor would. She walked out to cheers to the tune of Beyoncé’s “Freedom,” which the singer had allowed her to use. As one attendee put it, the moment felt like a release of months of pent-up Democratic energy. She highlighted the $100 million in contributions since Sunday and took a victory lap for effectively wrapping up the Democratic presidential nomination within 48 hours.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Donald J, Trump, Harris, Biden, , ” Ms Organizations: Democratic Locations: Wisconsin
At his first campaign rally since he survived an assassination attempt last week, former President Donald J. Trump on Saturday launched a litany of attacks that suggested his call for national unity in the wake of the shooting had faded entirely into the background. Over the course of an almost two-hour speech in Grand Rapids, Mich., Mr. Trump insulted President Biden’s intelligence repeatedly, calling him “stupid” more than once. He said Vice President Kamala Harris was “crazy” and gleefully jeered the Democratic Party’s infighting over Mr. Biden’s political future. Even as Mr. Trump made numerous false claims accusing his political opponents of widespread election fraud, he presented the continuing push by some Democrats to replace Mr. Biden on their ticket as an anti-democratic effort. By contrast, Mr. Trump — who falsely insisted he won the 2020 election and whose effort to overturn it spurred a violent attack on the Capitol that threatened the peaceful transfer of power — presented himself as an almost martyr trying to protect the United States from its downfall.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Biden’s, Kamala Harris, Biden, Trump —, Organizations: Saturday, Democratic, Capitol Locations: Grand Rapids, Mich, United States
Six Takeaways From the Republican Convention , by Shane GoldmacherPeople Close to Biden Say He Appears to Accept He May Have to Leave the Race, by Michael D. Shear, Peter Baker and Katie Rogers
Persons: Shane Goldmacher, Biden, Michael D, Peter Baker, Katie Rogers Organizations: Republican
As Sam Brown, a Republican and Army veteran, has campaigned for Nevada’s U.S. Senate seat against Senator Jacky Rosen, he has deployed a potent weapon against his Democratic foe: the unpopularity of President Biden among the state’s voters. Mr. Brown and his campaign have linked Ms. Rosen to Mr. Biden and his policies at every turn, slamming her support for him on the campaign trail and online and even occasionally referring to her as “Jacky Biden.”Now, with Mr. Biden’s future at the top of the Democratic ticket in doubt, Republicans like Mr. Brown, campaigning in competitive down-ballot races that could decide control of Congress, are considering whether they will need to alter their messaging to account for a different Democratic presidential nominee — whether that is Vice President Kamala Harris or another challenger.
Persons: Sam Brown, Jacky Rosen, Biden, . Brown, Rosen, Mr, “ Jacky Biden, , Biden’s, Brown, , Kamala Harris Organizations: Republican, Army, Nevada’s U.S, Senate, Democratic
On Today’s Episode:Biden Called ‘More Receptive’ to Hearing Pleas to Step Aside, by Carl Hulse, Michael S. Schmidt, Reid J. Epstein, Peter Baker and Luke BroadwaterBiden Tests Positive for Covid, by Michael D. ShearJ.D. Vance Plants His Appalachian Roots in the 2024 Race, by Michael C. BenderAt R.N.C., Senators Berate Secret Service Director Over Assassination Attempt, by Jonathan SwanGunman’s Phone Had Details About Both Trump and Biden, F.B.I. Officials Say, by Glenn Thrush, Jack Healy and Luke BroadwaterA Blind Spot and a Lost Trail: How the Gunman Got So Close to Trump, by David A. Fahrenthold, Glenn Thrush, Campbell Robertson, Adam Goldman and Aric TolerAn Algorithm Told Police She Was Safe. Then Her Husband Killed Her, by Adam Satariano and Roser Toll Pifarré
Persons: Biden, , Carl Hulse, Michael S, Schmidt, Reid J, Epstein, Peter Baker, Luke Broadwater, Michael D, Michael C, Bender, Jonathan Swan, Glenn Thrush, Jack Healy, David A, Campbell Robertson, Adam Goldman, Aric, Adam Satariano Organizations: Vance, Trump, Biden, F.B.I
On Today’s Episode:Takeaways From Day One of the Republican Convention, by Jonathan WeismanHow J.D. Vance Won Over Donald Trump, by Jonathan Swan and Maggie HabermanBystanders Warned Law Enforcement of the Gunman Two Minutes Before He Began Shooting, Video Shows, by David Botti, Malachy Browne, Haley Willis, Riley Mellen and Dmitriy KhavinJudge Dismisses Classified Documents Case Against Trump, by Alan FeuerThe World Is Pushing Clean Energy. Oil Companies Are Thriving, by Rebecca F. Elliott
Persons: Jonathan Weisman, J.D, Vance Won, Donald Trump, Jonathan Swan, Maggie Haberman, David Botti, Malachy Browne, Haley Willis, Riley Mellen, Dmitriy Khavin, Alan Feuer, Rebecca F, Elliott Organizations: Republican, Trump, Energy . Oil Companies
On Today’s Episode:Biden Asks America to ‘Lower the Temperature’ After Trump Shooting, by Michael D. ShearHere’s What Is Known About the Suspect Who Tried to Assassinate Trump, by Campbell Robertson, Jack Healy, Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs and Glenn ThrushAfter Shooting at Trump Rally, Officials Say R.N.C. Security Is ‘Ready To Go,’ by Julie Bosman, Ernesto Londoño and Dan SimmonsIsrael Struck Twice in Its Attack on Al-Mawasi, Videos and Photos Show, by Riley MellenPromised Cures, Tainted Cells: How Cord Blood Banks Mislead Parents, by Sarah Kliff and Azeen Ghorayshi
Persons: Biden, Michael D, Trump, Campbell Robertson, Jack Healy, Nicholas Bogel, Burroughs, Glenn Thrush, Julie Bosman, Ernesto Londoño, Dan Simmons Israel, Riley Mellen, Blood Banks, Sarah Kliff Organizations: Trump, Trump Rally Locations:
Senator J.D. Mr. Vance was frequently interviewed for his views on the white working-class communities described in his book, full of the types of voters drawn to Mr. Trump’s “Make America Great Again” pitch, and to his insistence that he alone could save a nation in decline. In a 2016 article in The Atlantic, “Opioid of the Masses,” Mr. Vance wrote: “During this election season, it appears that many Americans have reached for a new pain reliever.” He went on: “It enters minds, not through lungs or veins, but through eyes and ears, and its name is Donald Trump.” But, he argued, Mr. Trump was not the solution. By 2018, Mr. Vance’s stance had softened, as he viewed Mr. Trump as speaking, if coarsely, to the frustrations of the people he had written about. By 2022, when Mr. Vance was running for Senate in Ohio, the self-described “Never Trump guy” from six years earlier received a race-changing Trump endorsement.
Persons: J.D, Vance, Donald J, , Hitler, , Trump’s, ” Mr, Donald Trump, Trump Organizations: Mr, Trump Locations: Kentucky, Ohio
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Persons: Bill Simon Organizations: Walmart U.S
The shots rang out at 6:10 p.m. Former President Donald J. Trump clutched his right ear as blood spurted out, then ducked for cover as supporters screamed and Secret Service agents raced to surround and protect him. Within moments, someone shouted “shooter down” and the agents, agitated but in control, began moving Mr. Trump offstage to safety. “Wait, wait, wait, wait,” he called out, then made a point of pumping his fist at the crowd and seemed to defiantly shout, “Fight! The explosion of political violence came at an especially volatile moment in American history and further inflamed an already stormy campaign for the White House. But a male spectator at the rally was killed and two other men were critically wounded, authorities said.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Organizations: Service, White, Secret Service Locations: U.S.A, United States, Butler, Pa
Mr. Trump was rushed off the stage, blood visible around his right ear. The Secret Service said its personnel had killed the shooter. Secret Service agents then rushed Mr. Trump off the stage. Mr. Trump had been showing supporters a chart about the number of border crossings just minutes into his speech when the shots rang out. President Biden, in a nationally televised statement, expressed gratitude that Mr. Trump had been swiftly evacuated and said “There’s no place in America for this kind of violence.” He later spoke to Mr. Trump, according to the White House.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Mr, Donald Trump, ” Kevin Rojek, Thomas Matthew Crooks, , , we’ve, Doug Mills, , Michael T, Sheriff Slupe, Dan Laurent, Biden, Barack Obama, Mitch McConnell, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Keir Starmer Organizations: Secret, Service, Federal Bureau of, Police Department, The New York Times, Rally Former, Secret Service, , U.S.A, Credit, New York Times, Republican National Committee, Republican, of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, Allegheny General Hospital, Trump, Democrat, Locations: Butler, Pa, Bethel Park, New Jersey, Milwaukee, Butler County, Allegheny, Pittsburgh, United States, America, Kentucky
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is running for president as an independent, has said that he has “many skeletons” in his closet. Mr. Kennedy declined to comment on the messages or on Ms. Cooney’s allegations. Ms. Cooney was a weekend babysitter — the Kennedys had three children then (a fourth was born later) — and she worked as an intern in his law clinic at Pace. Another time, she said, Mr. Kennedy came into her room shirtless and asked her to rub lotion on his back. Ms. Cooney also described an incident when she was alone at the house with Mr. Kennedy.
Persons: Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Eliza Cooney, Kennedy’s, Kennedy, groping, Cooney, , , Ms, , Mary Richardson Kennedy, , Riverkeeper Organizations: Washington Post, Mr, Pace Law School, The New York Times, Times, Pace Locations: White Plains, N.Y, Mount Kisco
Everyone immediately ducked — myself included. There were screams in the crowd as Mr. Trump ducked to the ground before being surrounded by bodyguards. Around me, people were screaming and saying, “Get down, get down, shots fired.” I ducked under the press stand and remained there — until I heard cheering. I came out and saw Mr. Trump raising his fist defiantly. I saw Mr. Trump led down the stairs of the stage to his left, taken immediately to a vehicle.
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Reid J. Epstein covers campaigns and elections from Washington. Before joining The Times in 2019, he worked at The Wall Street Journal, Politico, Newsday and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. See more on: U.S.
Persons: Reid J, Epstein Organizations: The Times, Wall Street, Politico, Newsday, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Locations: Washington
On Today’s Episode:For First Time, NATO Accuses China of Supplying Russia’s Attacks on Ukraine, by David E. SangerBiden’s High-Stakes Moment: Tonight’s NATO News Conference, by Michael D. Shear, Katie Rogers, and Michael M. GrynbaumHospitals in Houston ‘Backed Up’ After Hurricane, as Millions in U.S. Swelter, by Isabelle Taft and Judson JonesFrance Is Busing Homeless Immigrants Out of Paris Before the Olympics, by Sarah Hurtes and Ségolène Le Stradic
Persons: David E, Sanger Biden’s, Michael D, Katie Rogers, Michael M, Isabelle Taft, Judson Jones, Sarah Hurtes, Le Stradic Organizations: NATO, Conference, Grynbaum Locations: China, Ukraine, Houston, Judson Jones France, Paris
On Today’s Episode:Top Democrats, Swallowing Fears About Biden’s Candidacy, Remain Behind Him, by Catie Edmondson, Maya C. Miller, Robert Jimison and Annie KarniA Late Play by the Biden Campaign: Running Out the Clock, by Adam Nagourney and Jim RutenbergHow Mar-a-Lago Became the Center of Gravity for the Hard Right, by Karen Yourish, Charlie Smart and David A. FahrentholdAt Least 25 Reported Killed in Israeli Airstrike at School Turned Shelter in Gaza, by Liam Stack and Anushka Patil‘Rust’ Jury Chosen After Questions About Guns, Movies and Alec Baldwin, by Julia Jacobs
Persons: Catie Edmondson, Maya C, Miller, Robert Jimison, Annie Karni, Adam Nagourney, Jim Rutenberg, Karen Yourish, Charlie Smart, David A, Liam Stack, Anushka Patil, Alec Baldwin, Julia Jacobs Organizations: Biden, Gravity Locations: Gaza
Then, he added, in a clearly insincere display of sympathy toward Mr. Biden, “it’s a shame the way they’re treating him. After talking about his proposal to remove taxes on tips for hospitality workers, he urged Mr. Rubio to vote for it. Mr. Rubio had so far this year appeared infrequently on the campaign trail with Mr. Trump. Instead, Mr. Rubio used his time to echo Mr. Trump’s mocking of Mr. Biden’s debate performance and his frequent attacks that Mr. Biden was not mentally fit to lead the country. Richard Siu, 57, said he liked the idea of Mr. Rubio as Mr. Trump’s running mate.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Kamala Harris, Biden’s likeliest, Biden, Biden’s, ” Mr, Mr, , He’s, Harris, Laffin, Kamala ” —, Ms, Joe, Biden “, Trump tauntingly, Trump’s, , “ Joe Biden doesn’t, Donald Trump’s, he’s, ” James Singer, “ Donald Trump, , Harris’s, Hannibal Lecter, Marco Rubio, Rubio, Marco, ” David Kim, Richard Siu, Siu, Simon J, Levien Organizations: Trump, United, Democratic, Mr, Republican National Convention, Advisers, Americans Locations: Florida, Doral, Fla, Miami, U.S, United States, America, Milwaukee, Marco Rubio of Florida, Spanish
On Today’s Episode:U.S. Officials Say Russia Is Unlikely to Take Much More Ukrainian Territory, by Julian E. Barnes and Eric SchmittBiden Says He Is ‘Firmly Committed’ to Staying in the Race, by Michael D. ShearParkinson’s Expert Visited the White House Eight Times in Eight Months, by Emily Baumgaertner and Peter BakerFollowing Trump’s Lead, Republicans Adopt Platform That Softens Stance on Abortion, by Maggie Haberman, Shane Goldmacher and Jonathan Swan
Persons: Julian E, Barnes, Eric Schmitt Biden, , , Michael D, Emily Baumgaertner, Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman, Shane Goldmacher, Jonathan Swan Organizations: Officials Locations: Ukrainian Territory
On Today’s Episode:Top House Democrats Privately Say Biden Must Go as Allies Insist He Must Do More, by Luke Broadwater, Robert Jimison and Annie KarniFrench Election Yields Deadlock as Left Surges and Far Right Comes Up Short, by Roger CohenBeryl Strengthens Into a Hurricane as It Approaches Texas, by Edgar Sandoval, Miranda Rodriguez and Maria Jimenez MoyaBoeing Agrees to Plead Guilty to Felony in Deal With Justice Department, by Eileen Sullivan and Danielle Kaye
Persons: Biden, Luke Broadwater, Robert Jimison, Annie Karni, Roger Cohen Beryl, Edgar Sandoval, Miranda Rodriguez, Maria Jimenez Moya Boeing, Eileen Sullivan, Danielle Kaye Organizations: Go, Deal, Justice Department Locations: Texas
The Philadelphia radio station WURD has parted ways with a host who interviewed President Biden on Wednesday using questions provided to her by the Biden campaign, after the station said the interview violated its journalistic independence. WURD said in a statement on Sunday that “agreeing to a predetermined set of questions jeopardizes” its listeners’ trust. The host, Andrea Lawful-Sanders, resigned in a mutual agreement, according to WURD. Ms. Lawful-Sanders asked Mr. Biden questions that could be considered softballs in his first interview with a journalist since his uneasy debate performance the previous week. The station said the interview and questions were independently arranged by the host for her program, “The Source.” Ms. Lawful-Sanders did not respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Biden, WURD, , jeopardizes, Andrea, Sanders, Mr Locations: Philadelphia
ABC News taped its interview with President Biden on Friday afternoon and aired it at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Following is a transcript of the interview, which lasted about 20 minutes, between George Stephanopoulos and the president, as released by ABC News. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: Mr. President, thank you for doing this. PRESIDENT BIDEN: Thank you for having me. STEPHANOPOULOS: But your friend Nancy Pelosi actually framed the question that I think is on the minds of millions of Americans.
Persons: Biden, George Stephanopoulos, GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, BIDEN, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: ABC, ABC News
On Today’s Episode:Labour Party Wins U.K. Election in a Landslide, by Mark Landler, Megan Specia and Stephen CastleMajor Democratic Donors Devise Plans to Pressure Biden to Step Aside, by Kenneth P. Vogel, Theodore Schleifer and Lauren HirschHurricane Beryl Gains Strength as It Bears Down on Yucatán, by Jovan Johnson, Emiliano Rodríguez Mega and Eric NagourneyF.B.I. and Justice Department Open Criminal Investigation in Chinese Doping Case, by Michael S. Schmidt and Tariq Panja
Persons: Mark Landler, Megan Specia, Stephen, Kenneth P, Vogel, Theodore Schleifer, Lauren Hirsch, Jovan Johnson, Emiliano Rodríguez Mega, Eric Nagourney F.B.I, Michael S, Schmidt, Tariq Panja Organizations: Labour, Stephen Castle Major Democratic, Biden, Justice, Investigation
On Today’s Episode:Biden’s Lapses Are Said to Be Increasingly Common and Worrisome, by Peter Baker, David E. Sanger, Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Katie RogersDemocrats Go Public With Panic About Biden Amid Fears of an Electoral Debacle, by Catie Edmondson, Kellen Browning and Nicholas NehamasJudge Delays Trump’s Sentencing Until Sept. 18 After Immunity Claim, by Ben Protess, William K. Rashbaum, Kate Christobek and Wesley Parnell
Persons: Said, Peter Baker, David E, Sanger, Zolan Kanno, Katie Rogers, Biden, Catie Edmondson, Kellen Browning, Nicholas Nehamas, Ben Protess, William K, Rashbaum, Kate Christobek, Wesley Parnell Organizations: Go
On the last day of its term, the Supreme Court appears poised to decide whether former President Donald J. Trump is immune from prosecution on charges that he used his office to try to subvert the 2020 election. Credit... Eric Lee/The New York Times
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Eric Lee Organizations: New York
When President Biden and former President Donald J. Trump take the debate stage on Thursday, each will be on guard against a gaffe or looking to deliver a one-liner that could dominate the news. Such presidential debate moments — missteps, one-liners, flops and various “Oops” moments — can even land in the history books. In the first televised presidential debate, in 1960, a confident Senator John F. Kennedy dominated Vice President Richard Nixon, who appeared sweaty and disheveled as he recovered from an illness. Bush impatiently checked his watch in full view of the cameras. President Ronald Reagan — in a move relevant to both candidates this cycle — used a joke to deflate concerns about his age in 1984.
Persons: Biden, Donald J, Trump, , John F, Kennedy, Richard Nixon, George H.W, Bush impatiently, Ronald Reagan —
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