PM's spending plans 'would buy you a Netflix subscription but not a green recovery', say environmentalists
The fantasies behind Brexit have propelled Britain toward its current calamity.
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The co-hosts of “The View” came together Monday, with conservative Meghan McCain noticeably absent, to unleash on President Donald Trump for saying he didn’t hear the “white power” chant on a video he shared of his supporters on Twitter. After hours of criticism, someone at the White House finally deleted the video, saying that all [
Fourteen city governments say the president’s campaign now owes them a collective $1.82 million. The campaign says it’s not responsible.
“Thanks to COVID this is their only picture together 😞Happy Fathers Day @diplo 🦋💙.”
The president feels that if Biden were in the Oval now, Democrats would be building statues for his handling of the economy.
To the prime minister, I say this: take the branch we are offering and do right by the people of this country
Top campaign aide to President Donald Trump, Marc Lotter, scrambled to try and explain away the embarrassing turnout, slumping polls, and so-called “misstatements” about COVID-19, during his Monday MSNBC appearance. “We’re doing so much testing,” Trump said during a morning radio interview. “25 million tests, nobody thought that was–” “But did you ask to slow [
Once again, “the Chicks” find themselves on the pulse of the times.
It's not the first time Pence has been forced to put his own credibility on the line as he serves as Trump's most loyal soldier. It may be the most consequential.
Tom Petty’s family issued a statement objecting to Donald Trump’s use of the song I Won’t Back Down at Saturday night’s rally, claiming that his campaign was not authorized to use it. “Trump was in no way authorized to use this song to further a campaign that leaves too many Americans and common sense behind,” [