President Donald Trump’s attacks on mail-in voting may be having an unintended side effect of making his own voters less likely to use it than they have in the past. Politico reports that Democrats in Florida have opened a massive 302,000-voter advantage over the GOP in vote-by-mail enrollment in the Sunshine State, a crucial battleground [
The Trump administration has issued a ban on work visas and extended a ban on green cards until the end of the year, with officials arguing it would prevent immigrants from taking Americans' jobs during an economic crisis.
On Wednesday, Washington Post reporter Seung Min Kim asked Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) about the new allegations from former National Security Adviser John Bolton that President Donald Trump interfered in multiple international criminal investigations for personal gain and tried to get the Chinese president to help him win the election. Alexander said that he does [
Republican House candidate Madison Cawthorn said his primary win in North Carolina is not a referendum on President Trump, who officially backed a different candidate in the race.Cawthorn, a 24-y
Former Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton said in an interview with NPR released Monday morning that Democrats' impeachment efforts failed in part because they tried to fit impeachment into their party's primary calendar.
OKLAHOMA CITY " The number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Oklahoma has set a new daily record of 478.The Oklahoma State Department of Health department reported Sunday that total confirmed cases rose to 10,515 from 10,037 a day earlier.The state's previous record of 450 new cases in one day was set Thursday. Interim state health Commissioner Dr. Lance Frye has said a surge in coronavirus cases was expected after the state began reopening in late April.The new [
WASHINGTON -- White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says U.S. President Donald Trump was being 'tongue in cheek' when he claimed at a campaign rally in Oklahoma that he asked officials to slow down coronavirus testing.Navarro said on CNN's 'State of the Union' on Sunday that Trump made the comment in a 'light moment.'During Saturday's rally in Tulsa, Trump explained that the 'bad part' of widespread testing is that it leads to logging more virus cases. New cases have recently [
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President Donald Trump has falsely accused former President Barack Obama of committing "treason" in his latest unfounded accusation aimed at his predecessor.
US president contradicts government advice on masks with latest comments