Siobhan Kennedy is the Washington Correspondent for Channel 4 News, based in DC.
Siobhan joined Channel 4 News in 2008 where, as Business Editor, she covered the financial crisis, austerity and its impact on the British economy and more recently, Brexit.
Before that, as a reporter for The Times, she worked as Politics and Business Correspondent and prior to that was a correspondent for Reuters in London and New York, where she covered the tech boom and bust and 9/11. She returns to the US just in time for the 2020 election campaign.
Trump has been speaking to big crowds in Pennsylvania, mocking what he called Joe Biden’s “agenda of doom and gloom and depression and despair”, and downplaying talk of a winter made long and difficult by the pandemic.
Long queues formed outside polling stations from New York to Florida.
Did the Nashville debate change any minds in the trench warfare of this campaign, in which 52 million Americans have already voted?
Their first presidential debate was a food fight. Their second debate didn’t happen because President Trump was diagnosed with Covid.
President Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden faced off over the airwaves last night with rival town hall events.
Early voting in the US state of Georgia started this week and immediately long queues formed, with some people having to wait more than 10 hours to cast their vote.
With a negative Covid test and an expectant crowd, Donald Trump was back on the campaign trail in Florida last night.
President Trump is on his way to Florida tonight to rejoin the campaign trail with a public rally at an airport in Sanford.
It has only been eight days since he was tested positive for Covid and four days since he left hospital.
Our Washington Correspondent Siobhan Kennedy explained whether the vice-presidential debate could make a difference to the US election.
Donald Trump has released a video appealing to older voters, who he calls his “favourite people”, promising them more drugs to treat coronavirus.
There are questions about whether the president has been in the Oval Office at all.
Earlier Mr Trump appeared without a mask and again compared the coronavirus pandemic to flu in social media messages, which Facebook and Twitter have now removed – or flagged as misleading.
Reckless insanity – that’s the reaction from some doctors to President Trump’s surprise visit to greet well wishers outside his hospital by car, putting staff in the vehicle at considerable risk.
Donald Trump’s doctors held a press conference a short while ago where they said he could be released as soon as tomorrow.