Impeached President Donald Trump announced on a Friday afternoon in the middle of a pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 that he is terminating the relationship between the United States and the World Health Organization.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. will be terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization, saying it had failed to adequately respond to the coronavirus because China has “total control” over the global organization. He said Chinese officials “ignored” their reporting obligations to the WHO and pressured the WHO [
“They’ve always been indifferent to human life. And in the face of mass death, the masks are coming off.” In a remark critics characterized as further evidence that the Trump administration views workers as nothing more than disposable tools of economic growth and corporate profit, White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett on Sunday nonchalantly referred to laid-off [
Kevin Hassett's remarks come just days after House Democrats passed a second massive stimulus worth $3 trillion along mostly party lines. However, it is going nowhere fast: Senate Republicans have said the legislation is dead-on-arrival.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid racial unrest across the nation, President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself “the president of law and order” and threatened to deploy the United States military to American cities to quell a rise of violent protests. As Trump spoke, an incredible TV split screen developed around the White House. While he [
Some advocacy groups in Tennessee are applauding President Donald Trump’s executive order that instructs federal agencies to deregulate the economy, saying the order could help the state recover from the economic effect of the response to COVID-19.
"I'm humbled and honoured to be among the extremely accomplished women who are reportedly being considered in that regard," Susan Rice says
"We will take action to revoke Hong Kong's preferential treatment as a separate customs and travel territory from the rest of China," Trump said.
President Donald Trump on Thursday said “we are not closing our country” if the U.S. is hit by a second wave of COVID-19. His comments come on the same day that the United States reported another 2.4 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week That brings the total of new unemployment claims to more [
‘America is putting itself first, which is natural. Why shouldn’t we behave in the same way?’ says Carleton U’s David Carment.
Raging at campaign manager Brad Parscale and Joe Scarborough, Trump attempts a campaign reset. But “Trump can’t pivot to a different strategy,” says an adviser. Because he’s the problem.