Twitter waited almost four years into the term to act, and Trump's not happy.
While offering no specifics, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany claims the administration had a pandemic plan that it only now mentioned today after Trump repeatedly said weeks ago that no one could have seen the coronavirus coming.
While pushing false conspiracy theories about mail voting, President Donald Trump has argued that he was allowed to vote by mail in Florida, because he was unable to vote in person. Like thousands of other claims made by the president, this one is simply not true. This article was originally published at Salon The president was in Florida to [
Trump claims he had to vote by mail, because he was busy at the White House. He was actually golfing in Florida
On Monday morning, MSNBC “Morning Joe” regular Jonathan Lemire claimed that Donald Trump’s manic spree of ugly tweets aimed at his critics — combined with White House attacks on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden — shows that the president and his campaign are “flailing” because they know the election is likely lost. With host [
CGTN, the English arm of Beijing's state broadcaster CCTV, accused the Trump administration of 'spinning a web of coronavirus lies' to dodge their responsibilities after failing to tackle COVID-19.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump’s campaign released a statement demanding that media outlets “correct or retract” the reporting that protesters were tear gassed outside the White House. The campaign cited claims from the National Park Service that tear gas was not used, only smoke and pepper balls — which is still disputed by journalists who [
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) fired back Saturday at President Trump's tweets comparing protesters demonstrating in front of the White House to “vicious
Kevin Hassett said although it's a "very tough number," the White House was anticipating a number just north of 3 million.
President has said he wants to send the military into US cities, something he may not have authority to do
President Trump on Saturday praised the Secret Service for its protection of the White House during protests in Washington D.C on Friday night, calling them “very cool & very professional” -- while criticizing Mayor Muriel Bowser for her handling of the protests.
Nine days after Trump said he'll make the doctor's letter recommending hydroxychloroquine available, Trump hasn’t made good on that pledge, and White House spokespeople have refused to even provide the Daily News with the name of the alleged doctor.