Posted October 11, 2019 09:30:16The United States is set to have a third round of presidential elections in November 2020.
With all of the major candidates expected to announce their candidacies, the timing of the next round of voting in the US has been kept a closely guarded secret.
While the next US presidential election is still months away, the first presidential debate, which was held last week, brought an eye-catching spectacle when both candidates spoke about their plans for the country.
It was the first time since the 1960s that both candidates addressed the issue of global warming, with Hillary Clinton promising to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while Donald Trump’s plan calls for a major US energy boom.
What to read here: The US presidential candidates and their campaign strategiesAs the election draws closer, there are signs that the political and policy battles are getting tighter and more intense than ever.
In a major setback to Hillary Clinton, the Vermont senator announced on Tuesday that she is ending her bid for the White House in 2020.
It is a blow for a candidate who has repeatedly said she would support Donald Trump in the election, as he is the only candidate in the race with a significant chance of winning the presidency.
Meanwhile, the race is set for a second round, and while Donald Trumps chances are slim, Hillary Clinton has the advantage of being the incumbent president and her campaign is expected to make an early pitch to potential voters.
On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said he will stay in the White Houses White House, where he has spent most of his life, even though he has no plan for how to run the country, despite his popularity with the American people.
In a tweet, Trump said that he will continue to serve, despite the election results.
The White House has faced a series of crises in recent weeks, including the US election itself.
On Tuesday, the US Department of Homeland Security was forced to cancel a Trump rally, which had been scheduled to take place in Virginia.
In addition, it has been revealed that the Trump administration will be conducting an investigation into the Trump Foundation, which has been under investigation for decades.
The United Nations warned of “catastrophic consequences” if Trump does not withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change, which he signed into law.
While Trump has not made a final decision on the deal, he has been very vocal about withdrawing from the agreement, as it would create “major economic hardship” for the US.
The US election has also been the subject of controversy, with accusations of fraud being levelled against all three presidential candidates.
On Wednesday afternoon, US Senator Bernie Sanders claimed that all three candidates were “in collusion with Russia”.
In a series on Wednesday, the Clinton campaign released a statement in which it said: “While the 2016 election is being watched closely, it is time to stop fighting a war in the Middle East and begin working to end climate change.
We will not be distracted by another election.”
Trump said that while the election is not over, he was confident that “our people will win” because he has the support of the American public, and because of his plan to build a border wall and build a wall on the southern border.
On Thursday, President Donald Trumper said he did not believe there is a “war going on in the United States”.
He said:I have never met anyone that would be so dishonest as Donald Trump.
He lies, and he gets away with it.
He is so dishonest that he has people in the FBI working overtime to find out if there’s anything wrong with him, or his supporters, or anything that he’s done that could possibly hurt his political prospects.
He says that the election has been rigged and that he is going to win, and that there’s no way he can lose.
So I think that’s a very big mistake on his part.
I think he’ll lose the election.
I believe he’ll win.