President Donald Trump has a favorite way to illustrate what he says is the strength of his relationship with the critical swing state he is visiting on Thursday.
The United States accounts for more than 28% of Covid-19 deaths worldwide. President Donald Trump in January played down the risk of coronavirus in the country.
President Donald Trump has acknowledged that 100,000 Americans lives have been lost due to the coronavirus, calling it "a very sad milestone" on Twitter Thursday morning.
President Donald Trump announced, in passing, that he has been taking the drug hydroxychloroquine for weeks, to somehow prevent coronavirus. The FDA has advised that hydroxychloroquine is not something people should take to prevent COVID-19 and that doing so may cause irregular heart rhythms, which is why doctors are urging patients not to take it [
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says her husband dropped her name in an effort to get his boat in the water for Memorial Day weekend
Pulmonologist and global health policy expert, Dr. Vin Gupta, weighs in on the president saying he's taking unproven drug hydroxychloroquine to protect against the coronavirus.
Eric Trump claimed Saturday that the coronavirus will "magically" vanish after the November election and allow the country to fully reopen - an assertion that has no basis in science and is contradicted by health experts worldwide.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday called for a shift in strategy against the coronavirus pandemic to focus resources on protecting "high-risk populations" as he pushes for a total end to stay-at-home orders in states throughout the country.
Wednesday on NBC's "The Tonight Show," Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) called President Donald Trump's claim that voting by mail was more susceptible to fraud "BS." | Clips
President Trump called the lack of trust felt by African Americans toward law enforcement “a very sad problem” on Wednesday, in the wake of nationwide protests against the murder of George Floyd. Speaking to Brian Kilmeade on Fox News Radio, the commander-in-chief made the remarks after being asked for his thoughts on a recent Axios-Ipsos