Associated Press
Associated Press 30 Sep 2020

Comey: Trump 'spraying gasoline on a fire'


The former FBI Director James Comey says President Donald Trump's inability to condemn white supremacist groups is like "spraying gasoline with a fire hose" on a fire. Comey was testifying before a senate panel on the Trump-Russia probe. (Sept. 30)

The spotlight is on America's religious right for their full-throated endorsement of Donald Trump as president. The conservative Christian group, the World Congress of Families (WCF), opposes LGBT rights, abortion and gay marriage. The WCF has been categorized as a hate group. WCF founder, Allan Carlson, says Trump is the only option in the next election, despite his flaws. The WCF is also active in promoting its agenda outside of the US. Carlson defends the group's record in Russia, Africa and Europe.
President Trump goes off on Joe Biden for using the word "smart" during first presidential debate,
White House Communications Strategic Director Alyssa Farah comments exclusively on President Donald Trump's platform based on 'law and order' amid tense and serious situations of unrest in cities across the country, and how the issue may tip the scales when it comes to Election Day numbers. - with Newsmax TV's John Bachman

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Historian Jon Meacham assesses Tuesday night's debate, saying that Trump declared war on decency and democracy during the debate. Aired on 9/30/2020.

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