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Trump Senior Advisor Kellyanne Conway To Depart White House At End Of Month

Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump and one of his longest-serving aides, is leaving the White House at the end of the month. Conway, whose title is counselor to the president, was the first woman to manage a presidential campaign to victory. Conway informed the President of her decision Sunday night in the Oval Office. In a statement, Conway said she and her husband, George Conway, were making the decision based on what they think is best for their four children. ...Read more

Sen. Joe Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination For President On Final Night of DNC

On the fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president. “It is with great honor and humility that I accept this nomination for president of the United States of America,” said the 77-year-old former vice president. Biden delivered his address from Wilmington, Delaware, in a venue that was largely empty because of coronavirus concerns. ...Read more

Sen. Kamala Harris Accepts Democratic Nomination For Vice President At 2020 Democratic National Convention

U.S. Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president on Wednesday, becoming the first Black woman and Asian-American on a major U.S. presidential ticket.  Harris summarized her life story on the third day of the Democratic National Convention, on an evening that featured women headliners, moderators and speakers.  Harris spoke directly to millions of women, young Americans and voters of color, constituencies Democrats need for Biden to defeat President Trump. ...Read more

Democratic National Convention Virtually Kicks Off Day One

Bernie Sanders, Republican John Kasich and former first lady Michelle Obama were among the famous speakers showing support for Joe Biden on the first day of a virtual convention to formally nominate him as the Democratic nominee in the November presidential election. The first night of speakers consisted of some in real time, as well as pre-recorded remarks and montages featuring front line workers, small business owners and an array of voters. ...Read more