Former President Barack Obama spoke out against the Trump administration while joining presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden for an online fundraiser.
by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2020
President Trump spent the Fourth of July weekend sowing national divide, ignoring his failings on the coronavirus and vowing to fight what he branded the “new far-left fascism.”
His ominous remarks were a reflection of his political standing: trailing in the polls, lacking a booming economy or a positive message to campaign on, and leaning on culture wars to buoy his loyalists.
She has been keeping busy after eight years as first lady.
New York City allowed companies to reopen offices and restaurants to begin outdoor dining after a three-month lockdown to slow the coronavirus.
President Trump continued to cut the White House staff in the past year, and he has spent about $23 million less on aides than former President Barack Obama, according to a review of the staff salaries.
The White House on Tuesday blamed "rogue intelligence officers" for leaking classified information about alleged Russian bounty payments to Taliban forces to kill US troops in Afghanistan just to damage Donald Trump.
Trump claimed he wasn’t briefed on the report because intelligence “did not find this info credible.”
Barack Obama reacted with joy to the Supreme Court’s ban of discrimination towards transgender and gay workers. Meanwhile, Donald Trump has been silent.