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Topic: Moment of Truth
US President Donald Trump (Image: AP)

Four years on, has Trump delivered on his 2016 promises? Here’s a scorecard

Mexico hasn't paid for a wall, manufacturing jobs are whacked and the swamp remains undrained — but Trump has managed to hit a few goals.

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Don’t dream it’s over. Trump is still a chance

A week out from the US election and it’s incredible that there's still a remote chance that Donald Trump could squeak back in.

Joe Biden (Image: EPA/Tracie Van Auken)

The key states in Trump’s narrowing path to victory

How likely is Donald Trump to win at least two of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan? And can he win Florida?

Former vice-president Joe Biden (Image: AAP/Tracey Nearmy)

Biden needs to win big — for the sake of the Republican Party

Joe Biden is surging ahead in the polls, but he's going to need to knock Donald Trump out decisively in order for the Republicans to rebuild.

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Biden wins popular vote, Trump the electoral college. Here’s the nightmare scenario

Don't count your chickens — the divide in America is now so great that the depth of Trump's support simply cannot be registered by a coastal-oriented media system.

Donald Trump walks out of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to return to the White House (Image: AP/Evan Vucci)

Trump is an oxygen thief. Sick or not, he’s stealing the PR show from Joe

He might not have planned to get COVID-19, but Trump is certainly making the most of the extra press coverage.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Image: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst)

Trump’s motley crew of former staffers are still causing mayhem

Crikey checks in on US President Donald Trump's motley crew of former advisers and confidants.

US presidential debate moderator and Fox News anchor Chris Wallace (Image: EPA/Olivier Douliery/POOL)

In defence of Chris Wallace

The Fox News anchor has been slammed for failing to control the chaotic debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. But to what extent is he really to blame?

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And the loser is: credible, contextual journalism

Is the US media capable of covering an election this chaotic?

US President Donald Trump faces moderator Chris Wallace. (Image: C-Span)

Trump’s ill-tempered rambling plays to his base — and doesn’t surprise anyone

The US President's lies, nastiness, shamelessness and personal attacks were all so predictable.