Most people won’t take the time to read President Trump’s June 13 address to West Point’s graduating class of 1,107 new Army officers. That’s unfortunate. They may instead be tempted to believe reviews, such as the one by Robin Wright in The New Yorker, who termed the address “vacuous,” finding
Boris Johnson unveils government plans to soften the economic impact of coronavirus.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wanted to make a very simple point when we talked Friday afternoon: The Democrat's theory of how to slow the coronavirus pandemic had succeeded while President Donald Trump's theory had failed.
GOP senators also urged the president to set an example for the public and finally wear a mask.
“They’re saying what they said three months ago,” Cuomo said of White House officials on Sunday. “They’re basically in denial about the problem."
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said Sunday the Trump administration is "in denial" about the coronavirus pandemic and has failed in mitigating the spread of the virus. "If you listen to what the
The president’s comments add a new twist to the White House scramble to clarify his earlier messaging.
The president's unfailing optimism, over time.
An Arizona sheriff who was set to join President Trump at the White House on Tuesday tested positive for the coronavirus before the meeting. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb on Wednesday said he learned of his diagnosis through the White House visitor screening process. “While still asymptomatic, I tested positive for the COVID-19” he announced
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with S. Lee Merritt, a co-counsel for black families of police violence victims, who met with President Trump Tuesday.
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stated in an interview published Friday that she would have done a "better job" than President Trump in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.