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Ari Fleischer: What Trump should do on coronavirus messaging instead of ‘brawls’ with media

Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer offered advice Tuesday to President Trump, who announced the day before that he will reinstate his coronavirus briefings amid a new surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the country.Fleischer, a Fox News contributor, told “Outnumbered” that instead of holding coronavirus briefings the president should spend the next few weeks doing events across the country “highlighting…

Ohio House Speaker Arrested In Connection With $60 Million Bribery Scheme

Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder was arrested on Tuesday morning, hours ahead of a planned announcement of a $60 million bribe investigation by federal prosecutors. Householder is seen here in March 2019. Paul Vernon/AP hide caption toggle caption Paul Vernon/AP Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder was arrested on Tuesday morning, hours ahead of a planned…

That extra $600 unemployment benefit may end sooner than many think

President Donald Trump discussed a proposed round of federal stimulus aid with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., (left) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., (center) in the Oval Office on Monday.Photo by Doug Mills/Getty ImagesEnhanced unemployment benefits are likely ending sooner than many may realize. That could impose financial hardship on millions of…

‘Colbert Report’ spot once featured ‘anti-feminist’ lawyer Roy Den Hollander

July 21, 2020 | 12:51pm | Updated July 21, 2020 | 1:26pm Proudly “anti-feminist” lawyer Roy Den Hollander — who fatally shot a federal judge’s son and wounded her husband before killing himself — once made a chilling call for armed men to flood the streets of Washington, DC, during an appearance on “The Colbert…

With No Final Say, Trump Wants To Change Who Counts For Dividing Up Congress’ Seats

President Trump departs a July 2019 press conference on the census with U.S. Attorney General William Barr (center) and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in the White House Rose Garden. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Alex Wong/Getty Images President Trump departs a July 2019 press conference on the census with U.S. Attorney General William…

Mnuchin, Meadows meet with congressional leaders, after Trump’s coronavirus budget plan gets frosty reception

To try to resolve some issues, top administration officials arrived Tuesday on Capitol Hill to begin negotiations. Some of President Trump’s priorities in the next coronavirus spending package were met with bipartisan resistance. Numerous Senate Republicans have dismissed certain White House demands, such as a payroll tax cut, with the second-ranking GOP senator referring to…

Joe Biden says he is considering four Black women to be his running mate

Washington (CNN)Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Monday he was considering four Black women to be his running mate, and has been receiving extensive vetting briefings about each potential candidate. "I am not committed to naming any (of the potential candidates), but the people I've named, and among them there are four Black women," Biden…

The surge in US cases has left labs overwhelmed and Covid-19 tests delayed

(CNN)People are testing positive for coronavirus in record-breaking numbers across the US and the surge in cases is slowing down the time tests take. Labs across the country are now facing what seems like an almost "infinite" demand, one expert says. "We really do need to improve our turnaround times, primarily in areas and counties…

I took a closer look at the cognitive test Trump claims to have aced

Like any smart, down-to-earth person, Donald Trump has been bragging about “acing” a simple cognitive test he took recently. He’s been doing it for a while now, but it wasn’t until his interview with Fox News’s Chris Wallace on Sunday that he was challenged over it. As the president started boasting about his results, Wallace…

White House, Senate Republicans kick off crucial day of virus negotiations

In another break with the president, Senate Republicans also want billions more to support state testing efforts. They also are pushing for funds for personal protective equipment and to lay the groundwork for vaccine production. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will meet with a trio of senior Senate…

Trump Is Now Deploying Unidentified ICE Agents to Arrest Protesters in Democratic-Run Cities

The Slatest Which side are these guys on again? Photo by John Rudoff/Sipa USA Protests in Portland have been punctuated by horror stories of unidentified federal agents in military garb snatching protesters off the streets in Oregon. The goal of the agents presence and the authority under which they are operating has been unclear, other…

Biden to unveil ‘caregiving’ plan for young kids, older Americans

Biden's campaign puts the price tag at $775 billion over 10 years and says it would be fully covered by rolling back tax breaks for real estate investors with incomes over $400,000 and taking steps to increase tax compliance for high-income earners. The plan calls for building energy-efficient child care facilities, including in workplaces. The…

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DHS Secretary Sets the Record Straight on Fake News on Portland Riots

Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, hit back at a press conference in DHS headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday against media reports that the Trump administrati…

Trump Raises $20 Million in First-Ever Virtual Fundraiser

President Donald Trump raised an eye-popping $20 million on Tuesday night in his first-ever virtual fundraiser, from a total of more than 300,000 individual donors who participated. This is a great …

ACLU: Constitution Requires Illegal Aliens Count Toward Congressional Apportionment

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), as well as other migration lobbying organizations, claims it is “unconstitutional” not to count illegal aliens when apportioning congressional representatio…

US House poised to vote on reversing Trump’s Muslim ban

The United States House of Representatives is set to vote on Wednesday on legislation reversing President Donald Trump's controversial ban on immigration from Muslim countries. The bill, called the …
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