Analysis: The Atlantic's report that the president callously dismissed dead American soldiers stands to reinforce his past disregard for sacrifice.
Analysis: To make his argument for re-election, the president can't admit that he's in power right now — and the hellscape he projects on his opponent's election is already here.
Analysis: Under a Biden administration, Americans would fear each other, the vice president suggested in a deceptive GOP convention speech.
Analysis: The president evidently sees strength in deception. Voters seem to be growing wary of the gap between his reality and theirs.
Analysis: The president doesn't have a party platform, or an agenda that goes beyond bullet points. To win a second term, he's trying to convince voters that he is America.
Analysis: To win re-election, the president will try to sell the story that he's been a shining success and Joe Biden has failed — if his credibility problem doesn't get in the way.