Donald Trump

Since Announcing His Run For President Kanye West is Polling at 2 Percent

After his July 4th announcement on running for President in 2020, Kanye West is seeing the first national polling numbers. Although the rapper implied that “God’s will” would lead him to the oval office a new poll suggests otherwise.
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Veterans Affairs Will Pause Debt Collection Through 2020 Because of Coronavirus

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Veterans Affairs is suspending its pause on some debt collection from veterans through the end of this year.
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116 House Democrats Signed a Letter to End the Transgender Military Ban

116 House Democrats have signed and sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Mark Esper calling for the immediate end of the ban on transgenders in the military. It also calls for the resolution of four cases of litigation against the ban.
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Supreme Court Rules New York Prosecutor Can Get Trump's Tax Returns

The Supreme Court is expected to issue opinions regarding President Donald Trump’s financial records on Thursday, which marks the end of the court’s term.
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NASCAR's Bubba Wallace Responds to Trump's Call for Apology: 'Love Over Hate Every Day'

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace had some advice for future generations hours after the president accused him of a hoax and called for an apology over an incident involving a rope shaped like a noose.
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Poll: Trump Trails Biden In 6 Battleground States

Joe Biden has taken a 14-point lead over President Donald Trump in a new national poll. The survey from the New York Times and the Siena College Research Institute shows Biden ahead 50 to 36 percent. Read on.
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As COVID-19 Spikes Anew, Fauci Remains 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Vaccine

Top U.S. health officials, including top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, are due on Capitol Hill Tuesday morning. They’re testifying before a House committee about the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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6 Trump Staffers in Tulsa Tested Positive for Coronavirus Before Rally

Six campaign staffers for President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Oklahoma tested positive for coronavirus before his rally, the Trump campaign announced on Saturday. The campaign said staffers who tested positive would not be at the rally.
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Trump Threatens to Boycott NFL, Downplays Fauci's Skeptical Outlook on Football

President Trump is once again seizing on the politics of the NFL as the league grapples with the years-long mishandling of peaceful player protests.
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Trump: Drew Brees Will Regret Apologizing for Flag Comment

President Donald Trump is sounding off over the controversy sparked by New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees’ remarks on protesting during the national anthem.
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