Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Monday accused the GOP of pursuing a "#SelfDeal" and blamed President Trump for a lack of immediate economic relief for the American people during the coronavirus pandemic, even though Democrats blocked bipartisan legislation and have since packed a swath of demands unrelated to the issue at hand in their own proposal.
An Appeals Court upheld its decision Monday that President Trump cannot block critics on Twitter, rejecting his longshot bid to reargue the case. Trump had asked for a nine-judge panel to reconsider the ruling. A majority rejected that bid. Judge Barrington Parker, writing for the majority, said
President Donald Trump said Sunday at the White House that he is glad he is president during the coronavirus crisis despite losing billions of dollars.
President Trump said it'd be a good idea for hotels to start closing their doors -- including his own -- but the fact is
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (R) is counting gun stores as non-essential and keeping them closed despite the Trump administration's guidelines to the contrary.
Republicans believe Trump over health experts, despite his extensive history of lying about the new coronavirus
A super PAC boosting Joe Biden is hitting President Trump without using the two-term vice president's name, instead ripping the incumbent by comparing him to other Republicans who managed many a crisis.
Donald Trump has said he hopes the US is “starting to see light at the end of the tunnel” after New York, at the epicentre of the country’s coronavirus outbreak, reported a dip in cases. However,
As TheBlaze previously reported, New York City's far-left Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus, telling Chuck Todd on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday that Trump — a New Yorker himself — "will not lift a finger to help his hometown."
“What do I know? I’m not a doctor,” Trump said during Sunday's coronavirus briefing. “But I have common sense.”