Governor Phil Scott of Vermont, who did not vote for President Donald Trump, said Friday that he would not vote for Trump in 2020, either.
“He’s a fantastic man, he wants to make the Post Office great again,” Trump said at a press conference at his club in Bedminster, New Jersey on Saturday evening.
Sen. Tom Cotton and GOP U.S. Senate frontrunner Bill Hagerty laid out a vision to hold China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic and bring manufacturing back to the United States.
Rory McIlroy says he wouldn’t play golf again with President Donald Trump and doubts he would even be invited after questioning his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After weeks of claiming the coronavirus has been completely eradicated from Wuhan and its surrounding Hubei province, save for a few “imported” infections brought by foreigners and Chinese citizens returning home from abroad, the Chinese government admitted over the weekend that fresh coronavirus outbreaks are occurring in Wuhan and other cities.
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said America would not lead the world as long as Donald Trump is president.
I know what you are thinking. Everybody knows he is a swashbuckling, loud-mouthed, crass-talking Yankee. You know … Don. Don from Queens. The real estate mogul who slaps his name in gold on everything he owns. The guy who picks fights with reporters in wildly entertaining beatdowns worthy of the pro-wrestling circuit.
President Donald Trump on Thursday announced at the White House that he had taken a second coronavirus test that came up negative.
Futures indicate major stock indexes will open down big on Wednesday. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures points to a 1,000 point decline.
China logged the deadliest day on record on Wednesday since the novel coronavirus outbreak afflicting the nation began in December, breaking a record set only on Tuesday and defying clamor from state propaganda outlets last week that the rates of infection and death were declining.
Donald Trump has expressed faith in Notre Dame, stating its completion would give “glory to God” and fill millions of people with wonder.
On January 17, 2020, President Donald Trump pointed to the gun control situation in Virginia, noting that it proves once more the Democrats “will take your guns” if voted into office.
Swedish climate worrier Greta Thunberg again castigated Australia for its insistence on mining coal in spite of her complaints, adding a call Saturday for an end to the activity to her list of climate demands to be delivered at the upcoming World Economic Forum in Davos.
Christian evangelist Rev. Franklin Graham on Monday took to social media to once again blast Christianity Today for describing President Donald Trump as “profoundly immoral” in a recently released opinion-editorial.