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Feb 14 2017
General Flynn resignation as national security adviser less than a month into the job is in part a sign of Trump's insurgent way of running the White House – but also points to political inexperience.Christian Science Monitor
Nov 18 2020
Late last week, Students for Trump founder Ryan Fournier declared on social media that he had unearthed definitive proof of widespread voter fraud in Detroit. He pointed to an absentee ballot cast by “118-year-old William Bradley”, a man who had supposedly died in 1984.
“They’re trying to steal the election,” Fournier warned in a since-deleted Facebook post, though the election hadThe Guardian
Dec 09 2020
The U.S. is about to launch one of the most daunting public-health efforts in generations: swiftly distributing a Covid-19 vaccine across all 50 states, each of which will determine who gets priority.
As soon as this weekend, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to grant emergency approval to a Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer Inc. PFE -1.41% and BioNTech SE. BNTX -1.95% Within 24Wall Street Journal (News)
Aug 26 2020
If there was one moment from Tuesday’s Republican National Convention that sent liberals over the edge, it was during one of President Trump’s appearances with Acting Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf when he oversaw a naturalization ceremony at the White House to highlight legal immigration to the United States.
Wolf gave the oath of allegiance to five individuals from Ghana,Townhall
May 14 2020
“They claim pandemics only happen once every hundred years but what if that’s no longer true? We want to be early, ready for the next one, because clearly the Obama administration did not leave to this administration any kind of game plan for something like this.”
— Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), in an online discussion hosted by the Trump campaign, May 11, 2020Washington Post
Oct 31 2019
Democratic investigators have requested testimony from former national security adviser John Bolton in their expanding impeachment probe of President Trump, reaching into the upper echelons of the White House as they prepared to move ahead Thursday with a pivotal vote setting out the next stages of the inquiry.
Bolton, who left the White House amid acrimony with Trump last month, couldWashington Post
Apr 20 2018
President Trump spoke in intimate and candid terms to the former F.B.I. director James Comey about some of the most sensitive matters before the agency, including the salacious dossier detailing Mr. Trump’s ties to Russia and the investigation into Michael T. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser, according to Mr. Comey’s closely guarded memos.New York Times (News)
Dec 02 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted the House on Monday for scheduling impeachment hearings while President Donald Trump is abroad.
Pompeo said it’s “very unfortunate” for the House Judiciary Committee to hold its hearing Wednesday at the same time that Trump is representing the U.S. at this week’s NATO summit in London.
Pompeo told “Fox & Friends” that there is a longNewsmax (News)
May 13 2020
“Meet the Press” made a big mistake on Sunday. They made a big apology on Tuesday.
During Sunday’s show, moderator Chuck Todd set up a panel discussion by showing a clip of Attorney General William Barr on CBS. Barr was asked how his recommendation of dropping charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn will be remembered. On the clip, Barr said, “Well, history isPoynter
Oct 30 2019
Christopher Anderson, a career foreign service officer in the State Department, will tell House impeachment investigators on Wednesday that President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani stood in the way of the White House strengthening ties with Ukraine, according to a copy of Anderson's opening statement obtained by NPR.
Anderson, who spent five years working on Washington-KyivNPR (Online News)