Democrats “had levels of voting” in their stimulus proposal, Trump said, “that if you ever agreed to it, you'd never have a Republican elected in this country again.”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Thomas Massie has always gone his own way in Congress, ever since he first ran for office inspired by a fellow libertarian-leaning Kentuckian, Rand Paul. Now in his fourth term
After a positive coronavirus test for Sen. Rand Paul, Sens. Mitt Romney and Mike Lee, who said they had recent contact with Paul but showed no symptoms, also voluntarily self-isolate.
“The big test for the administration right now is: Can you scale up the production of hundreds of millions of tests," he says.
On Tuesday, CNN went out of its way to cut out any coverage of President Donald Trump’s speech at the daily coronavirus press briefing — only devoting time to other members of the task force. Commenters on social media noticed the omission — and many praised the network for refusing to give the president a [
The journalists and guests on CNN are doing their best to stay partisan during this mounting national emergency. On Sunday, liberal host Brian Stelter brought on David Remnick to slime Donald Trump. The New Yorker editor excoriated the “mendacious” Trump, saying his “sins” will “be paid in human lives.”
In a blistering column for the Daily Beast, conservative Matt Lewis ripped into the Republican Party for demonstrating it really does stand for putting profits before people if its response to the coronavirus pandemic is any indication. According to the author of “Too Dumb to Fail: How the GOP Went from the Party of Reagan [
On Wednesday, the Washington Post examined how President Donald Trump’s call for bailing out struggling industries is changing the political calculus for Republicans — and has many lawmakers scrambling to figure out how to sell a policy their base voters consider anathema. One of the best illustrations of this was an exchange that occurred between [
An NPR station in Seattle said that it no longer will carry live coverage of President Donald Trump’s coronavirus briefings because of concerns that they feature unchecked misleading or false information. “KUOW is monitoring White House briefings for the latest news on the coronavirus — and we will continue to share all news relevant to [
President Donald Trump’s administration is receiving harsh pushback on a plan to suspend civil rights during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the coronavirus [
President Trump said that although he can’t commit to having fans back in stadiums at a specific date, he pushed for sports to return as soon as possible.
Their consistent advocacy for staying apart stands in contrast to the president’s wavering messages.