US President Donald Trump has received an uptick in criticism for not providing enough in requested medical supply aid to the hardest-hit state of New York, which happens to be the epicenter of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus outbreak in the US. The president recently claimed that supplies are actually being stolen.
From renaming the COVID-19 novel coronavirus to slamming General Motors for wasting time, US President Donald Trump has been working hard at not admitting his own faults during the pandemic. Unfortunately, facts have gotten in the way, as the US has surpassed China for the highest amount of confirmed cases.
Lieutenant Governor of Texas Dan Patrick recently proposed in an interview with Fox News that America’s elderly citizens should be willing to sacrifice their lives to the coronavirus so that the US economy can recover from the crippling effects brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Often calling the COVID-19 novel coronavirus an “invisible enemy”, US President Trump says that the virus has essentially turned him into a wartime president.
This week, US President Donald Trump has urged Americans to follow the newly announced COVID-19 response guidelines, which include avoiding gatherings of 10 or more people and practicing social distancing. Strangely enough, The Donald and company themselves are not following these advisements when they regularly gather for White House briefings.
In an attempt to ease coronavirus fears, US President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Oval Office in Washington, DC, on Wednesday. He instituted a 30-day ban on foreign nationals traveling from Europe into the US, excluding the UK. However, his address backfired, immediately sending US stocks into a historic nosedive the following day.
The centuries-old phrase "kill them all, let God sort them out" has apparently just received a new meaning from the US military, which has narrowed it down to "kill them all, what's the difference?" with their recent strikes on the Syria-Iraqi border.
President Donald Trump has banned all travel from 26 European countries that are members of the Schengen border-free travel area in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Brussels condemned Washington’s decision saying the outbreak is a “global crisis, not limited to any continent and it requires cooperation rather than unilateral action.”
The COVID-19 novel coronavirus has affected the United States on a notable level, as markets experienced substantial losses due to fears and uncertainties. Despite that and rather than focusing his efforts on calming the American public, US President Donald Trump appears to be more concerned about promoting his favorite TV network, Fox News.
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg only won one primary event out of 15 jurisdictions (14 US states and one territory) that held elections on Super Tuesday 2020. After spending at least $500 million of his own money on ads alone, will Bloomberg be relocating to American Samoa – the only place he won against his opponents?
March 3, known as “Super Tuesday” in the political realm, is a crucial day for the Democratic Party. On this day, 14 US states are holding their primaries, meaning that over a third of all available delegates needed in order to become the Democratic presidential nominee are up for grabs.
During a Wednesday news conference on the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, US President Donald Trump announced that he is appointing his second-in-command, US Vice President Mike Pence, to lead in the fight against the deadly virus that has quickly spread worldwide and has now affected the States.
Quite a few contenders are still in the race to be chosen by the Democratic Party to run against US President Donald Trump in November. However, the Democratic establishment’s shoo-in front-runner, former Vice President Joe Biden, doesn’t seem totally sure which race exactly he is currently running in.
The Nevada Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, Wednesday night had been highly anticipated, and the tension and histrionics surely delivered, to say the least.
The United States capital has been embroiled in a slew of partisan politics lately, to say the least. After a fiery House impeachment inquiry followed by a Senate impeachment trial in which he was ultimately acquitted, US President Donald Trump is not forgetting those who went against him, even before the impeachment process.
US President Donald Trump and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg engaged in a classic game of insult-slinging on Twitter Thursday, beginning with the commander-in-chief trolling the 2020 presidential candidate for his height and calling him a “loser.”
This week, US President Donald Trump’s son and most loyal congressional allies appeared on the POTUS’ favorite network, Fox News, all wearing matching pro-Trump outfits.
The attempted impeachment of US President Donald J. Trump has undoubtedly been one of the most partisan political spectacles in America’s history, with all members of the rival Democratic Party in the Senate impeachment trial being for his removal from office, and the vast majority of Trump’s Republican Party being against it.
The United States presidential nomination process kicked off Monday night with the Democratic and Republican caucuses in the state of Iowa. Due to the fact that the winner of the Iowa caucuses often ends up being the party’s nominee to run for the presidency, the results have been highly anticipated.
US President Donald Trump’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has proposed that the outbreak of the new coronavirus will be great for the US economy.