On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that places modest restrictions on police chokeholds, calls for improved training requirements, aims to track problem officers when they change jobs to avoid punishment, and urges local governments to pair police with social workers when responding to certain types of calls. The president lost no time [
Former White House senior director Nayyera Haq explained that the recent firing of U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman at the Southern District of New York shows that the president is a little worried about upcoming lawsuits. “It’s a fascinating time for Trump and his administration to be creating this problem with, to begin with,” she explained. [
by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2020
President Trump’s disdain for coronavirus testing doesn’t extend to his own circle.
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President Donald Trump welcomed Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, to the White House on Wednesday.
The president is focused on reopening the economy, while many of his aides see the latest surge of coronavirus cases as media fearmongering.
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The White House on Monday admitted that President Donald Trump was involved in the removal of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman after Trump had claimed he was "not involved" in the process this weekend.
And a gun rights activist ousts a GOP incumbent in Colorado.
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday that a tweet from President Trump denying he had been briefed on reported Russian bounties placed on U.S. troops in Afghanistan was typical behavi