President Donald Trump late Sunday railed against legally protected whistleblowing as a “racket” that should be investigated after federal scientist Dr. Rick Bright—who was fired from his post at Department of Health and Human Services last month—condemned the White House’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic as fatally slow, disjointed, and inadequate. In a Sunday night tweet-storm, [
Mayor de Blasio has it right — and, yes, you’re reading a Post editorial. New York City’s problem right now is not the inevitable, even necessary, peaceful protests. “The problem has been folks who are clearly trying to incite violence against the police and create vandalism and property damage. They’re a small number, but they’re
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has been highly criticized for his response to the protests against police violence. The mayor has been criticized by protesters and the press for violence inflicted by the New York Police Department. President Donald Trump has repeatedly blasted the city’s response. NYC, CALL UP THE NATIONAL GUARD. The [
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio attempted over the weekend to lay blame for the violence in cities across the United States at the feet of President Donald Trump.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) has been vastly criticized for his poor handling of the coronavirus, and one Fox Business anchor has had enough of him.
"How can federal employees feel safe to speak up when the president wants to take away their legal protections?"
As a result of Trump’s willful negligence, inept leadership, and sociopathic narcissism, nearly 100,000 people nationwide are dead from COVID-19.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to hold a press briefing Tuesday as his city struggles to respond to the dueling threats of the coronavirus pandemic and the violence from protests over the death of George Floyd.
Top golfer Rory McIlroy has teed off on President Trump’s leadership style during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The Lancet isn't playing. They want Trump out."
California’s governor and San Francisco’s mayor worked together to act early in confronting the COVID threat. For Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, it was a different story, and 27,000 New Yorkers have died so far.