Trump chances of winning the election are diminishing
The American newspaper “The Hill” published on its website an article by writer Niall Stanig in which he affirmed that President Donald Trump’s chances of winning a second term are diminishing, while opinion polls indicate that his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, has advanced by a large margin that is difficult for him to overcome.
In its article, the newspaper pointed out that opposition voices among senior Republicans - such as Senator Mitt Romney and Senator Ben Sas - began to rise against the president, an indication of the depth of concern about the fate awaiting the Republican Party in the legislative elections for the Senate and Representatives.
Trump vs Fauci: President and doctor spar over unproven drug
WASHINGTON (AP) — In an extraordinary exchange, President Donald Trump and the government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, publicly sparred Friday on whether a malaria drug would work to treat people with coronavirus disease.
The scene played out on national television during the daily White House briefing on the outbreak. Anxious for answers, Americans heard conflicting ones from a just-the-facts scientist and a president who operates on gut instinct.
Trump dubs COVID-19 ‘Chinese virus' despite hate crime risks
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he doesn’t think calling COVID-19 the “Chinese virus” — or the “kung-flu,” as one administration official reportedly called it — puts Asian Americans at risk of retaliation despite growing reports they are facing virus-related discrimination.
Since coronavirus infections started appearing in the United States in January, Asian Americans have shared stories of minor aggression to blatant attacks from people blaming them for the pandemic, which has killed more than 130 people in the United States.
Trump's latest travel ban highlights gaps in containment net
NEW YORK (AP) — In the weeks before President Donald Trump spoke from the Oval Office to announce restrictions on travelers from more than two dozen countries in Europe, thousands of people from the region already had stepped off planes at U.S. airports, and an untold number of them carried the coronavirus.
The same can be said of flights from China in the weeks before the U.S. clamped down on those.
Trump economic team grasps for credibility with outbreak
WASHINGTON (AP) — During the financial crisis a decade ago, President Barack Obama could look around the room and turn to an economist who served as Harvard’s president, a former president of the New York Federal Reserve and a renowned academic considered one of the world’s authorities on the Great Depression.
As President Donald Trump confronts the public health and economic maelstrom caused by the coronavirus, his economic team has a much different background.
It looks like Trump is trying to trick people into filling out "census" forms online
Shortly ahead of the US National 2020 census, President Trump’s campaign is running ads on Facebook that some are saying are misleading users into thinking that a data-gathering and fundraising survey for the Trump presidential campaign is actually the official US national census. Facebook confirmed with Recode that it plans to take down the ads.
According to Facebook’s ad library, Trump’s Facebook page is running a series of hundreds of ads asking users to respond to what it calls a “census.
Trump names Rep. Mark Meadows his new chief of staff
WASHINGTON (AP) — Under fire for his handling of the coronavirus crisis, President Donald Trump on Friday announced a major staff overhaul, naming Rep. Mark Meadows as his new chief of staff and replacing Mick Mulvaney, who has been acting in the role for more than a year.
Trump announced the surprise staff reshuffle in a series of Friday night tweets, saying Mulvaney would become the U.S. special envoy for Northern Ireland.
Trump seeks high court approval to speed deportations
WASHINGTON (AP) — The particular person slipped into the U.S.from Tijuana, Mexico, and made it upright 25 yards from the border earlier than he was arrested.
A seven-month meander from Sri Lanka was over for Vijayakumar Thuraissigiam. Now he would come up with the chance to inform an American official why he had fled the gap he had lived almost his whole life: As a member of Sri Lanka’s Tamil minority, he had been overwhelmed and threatened.
Trump urges tranquil even as US reports worrisome recent virus case
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that a widespread U.S. outbreak of the recent respiratory virus sweeping the globe isn’t inevitable even as high well being authorities at his aspect warned Americans that more infections are coming.
Rapidly after Trump spoke, the manager offered a worrisome pattern: Every other particular person within the U.S. is infected — any individual in California who doesn’t appear to bear the weird and wonderful risk factors of having traveled out of the country or being exposed to but any other patient.
Trump campaign sues NY Events for defamation over Putin
NEW YORK (AP) — The campaign to reelect President Donald Trump sued The Unique York Events for defamation Wednesday, announcing it was accountable for an essay by a extinct executive editor for the newspaper that claimed the campaign made a cope with Russian officials to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Within the lawsuit in assert court in Unique York, Donald J. Trump for President Inc. said the newspaper knowingly published false and defamatory statements when the Op-Ed allotment claimed the campaign had an “overarching deal” with “Vladimir Putin’s oligarchy” to defeat the Democratic candidate.