The resolution also sought to condemn violence and looting.
On Monday, President Donald Trump gave a speech at the White House on the week of protests into the killing of George Floyd — and spent nearly the duration condemning acts of violence, calling for “law and order,” and warning he will use the military to stop the demonstrations. His remarks only fueled the anger [
Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has revealed that it is following U.S. President Donald Trump's lead on experimenting with hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus preventative.
Representative Mike Kelly and Trump's former deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka are the latest GOP figures to admit taking the drug.
President Trump urged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to “move quickly” to hold Obama administration officials accountable in his response to a tweet referring to the “Russian collusion hoax.”
On Tuesday, when President Donald Trump was asked to comment on America leading the world in confirmed coronavirus cases, he replied that he views it as a “badge of honor,” since it means we must be doing a lot of tests. Trump’s remark drew instant outrage on social media, with some commentators noting the line [
Twitter's "Head of Site Integrity" Yoel Roth boasts on his LinkedIn that he is in charge of "developing and enforcing Twitter’s rules," like the one that led Twitter to slap a warning label on two of President Trump's tweets concerning mail-in balloting on Tuesday -- posts that Twitter deemed "misleading," even though bipartisan experts agree with the president that absentee balloting increases the risk of voter fraud.
Regarding President Trump’s speech on clamping down on protests across the country, NBC Presidential Historian Jon Meacham says, “The president is drawing on a dictatorial vernacular, that’s where we are. I think that it’s an enormously tense moment not only in the obvious ways, but for the basic rule of law, the basic separation of powers, and the basic sovereignty of the people.”
President Donald Trump launched a blistering attack on China Friday, naming misdeeds that range from espionage to the violation of Hong Kong's freedoms, and announced a slew of retaliatory measures that will plunge US-China relations deeper into crisis.
Inside the company, one faction wanted Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief, to take a hard line against the president’s tweets while another urged him to remain hands-off.