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Apr 15 2020
At his coronavirus press conference on Wednesday, President Donald Trump issued a stunning threat-slash-promise-slash-constitutional fantasy. Complaining that Democrats were blocking his judicial appointees, the president said that the Senate should either end its current pro forma session and come back to Washington amidst a pandemic to approve his appointees or officially adjourn so that heSlate
Mar 27 2020
Several media outlets reported Thursday that the U.S. now has more cases of coronavirus than any other country in the world has been hit with, ignoring the fact that numbers from the Communist Party of China — the country from where the virus originated — cannot be believed or confirmed.
Regardless, one journalist reacted to the news of America becoming the new COVID-19 epicenter byTheBlaze.com
Apr 15 2020
Critics say the president failed to prepare for the pandemic and is botching the response. But roughly a third of Americans believe he’s exhibiting strong leadership, and back his desire to get the economy moving soon.
To many on the left, President Donald Trump has been a manifest disaster in guiding America through the current pandemic.
But Maria Romero most definitely wouldChristian Science Monitor
May 12 2020
The Democratic National Committee is taking steps to prepare for a possible remote convention this summer, with a resolution being introduced to allow for changes to official proceedings given public health concerns.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, convention planners are exploring a range of contingencies for the August event in Milwaukee where Joe Biden is expected to beNPR (Online News)
Mar 26 2020
CNN's Gloria Borger railed against President Trump's claim that the media is rooting against him amid the coronavirus crisis in hopes it will be detrimental to his reelection prospects in November, with the network's chief political analyst calling the allegation "so ridiculous."
Borger was reacting to the president's remarks from a coronavirus task force briefing Wednesday when TrumpThe Hill
May 11 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
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May 11 2020
President Donald Trump's effort to keep his personal and corporate financial records away from congressional and law enforcement investigators comes before the Supreme Court Tuesday amid indications some justices may be reluctant to weigh in.
The dramatic oral arguments, to be conducted by telephone amid the coronavirus pandemic and broadcast live, could result in historic rulings on aUSA TODAY
Apr 13 2020
Bernie Sanders has endorsed Joe Biden for president.
"Today I'm asking all Americans, I'm asking every Democrat, I'm asking every independent, I'm asking a lot of Republicans to come together in this campaign to support your candidacy, which I endorse," the former 2020 Democratic candidate and Vermont senator said Monday about Biden, a two-term vice president and 36-year DelawareWashington Examiner
Mar 23 2020
“Badly strained ties between the United States and China are deteriorating further with the two sides hurling harsh accusations and bitter name-calling over responsibility for the spread of the novel coronavirus.” (AP News)
Many on both sides are critical of the Chinese government:
“China spread misinformation and censored non-state sanctioned information, even after the outbreakThe Flip Side
Apr 10 2020
Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of the evangelical Liberty University, has long positioned himself as a torch-bearer of free expression. "Free speech and intellectual diversity are two of the most important pillars of a college education," he wrote last June. "That's why I urge every college and university in the country to encourage open political discourse on their own campuses—just as we doReason