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Several of Donald Trump's rivals stepped up their attacks against him in Wednesday's second Republican presidential debate, urgently trying to dent the former president's commanding primary lead during an event that often seemed like an undercard without him.
As his Republican rivals sparred onstage in California at their second primary debate, Donald Trump was in battleground Michigan Wednesday night working to win over blue-collar voters by lambasting President Joe Biden and his push for electric cars in the midst of an autoworkers' strike.
The federal government is just days away from a shutdown that will disrupt many services, squeeze workers and roil politics as Republicans in the House, fueled by hard-right demands, force a confrontation over federal spending.
Letitia James fixated on Donald Trump as she campaigned for New York attorney general, branding the then-president a ''con man'' and ″carnival barker'' and pledging to shine a ''bright light into every dark corner of his real estate dealings.''
On the anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, President Joe Biden stood in early 2022 at the literal epicenter of the insurrection and accused Donald Trump of continuing to hold a ''dagger'' at democracy's throat. Biden closed out the summer that same year in the shadow of Philadelphia's Independence Hall, decrying Trumpism as a menace to democratic institutions.