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Tennessee Senate wannabe Bill Hagerty donated to John McCain’s SuperPAC at the peak of the late Senator’s feud with then-candidate Trump, symbolic of Hagerty’s establishment Republican views he’s now trying to conceal. It’s the latest evidence proving the Romney and Bush campaign staffer’s sudden pro-Trump, anti-establishment shift is not rooted in support for the president’s populist agenda but rather calculated for votes. The news is in addition to the fact Hagerty’s first choice in the 2016 presidential race was Jeb Bush, followed by Marco Rubio, and he worked for Never Trump Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, using his position to garner
“We’re looking at exactly where it came from, who it came from, how it happened,” said President Trump in a response to a question about the origins of the coronavirus Thursday afternoon. Asked if he had seen “anything” that gave him a “high degree of confidence” that the Wuhan Institute of Virology – the P4 lab near the Chinese wet market where the coronavirus outbreak may have began – was the origin of the virus, Trump responded: “Yes, I have. Yes, I have. And I think that the World Health Organization should be ashamed of themselves. Because they’re like the
The story of how Trumpism succeeded is one the political establishment won't want to tell. But from the outset, the President's historically most supportive voices got the coronavirus right.
President Trump’s powers on the matter emanate from Section 212 (f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). On Monday night the President tweeted that he would be temporarily suspending immigration into the United States, ushering a cacophony of questions about POTUS’s powers in this area. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1252418369170501639 They’re pretty clear. According to 8 USC 1182, on Aliens and Nationality, the section entitled: “Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President” or “212(f)” states: Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests
Last week, the DOJ declassified three footnotes in the Inspector General’s FISA report. They showed the FBI knew Christopher Steele had associations with shady Russian oligarchs and that somebody — whose identity is redacted — suggested in 2017 that parts of the dossier may have included Russian disinformation. Some responded as if the footnotes revealed Vladimir Putin and not an FBI-CIA-Clinton conspiracy was responsible for the ridiculous machinations of Russiagate. National Review editor Rich Lowry was especially over-the-top, even managing by passive-aggressive link to turn the disclosures into a criticism of President Trump: In other words, the Kremlin may have
New Harris polling has revealed a hardening of Americans’ views on China and how the Chinese Communist Party should be dealt with on the back of the coronavirus outbreak. Eighty-six percent say their opinion of a company improves if that “Company promises to relocate their manufacturing away from China and back to the United States”. That’s higher than the 84% who back company executives forgoing salaries, bonuses, or other compensation. Seventy-two percent of Americans do not believe China was accurate in its reporting on the coronavirus, while nearly three quarters of voters say they are in favor of Trump’s tough
CNN has hit a new low. The network refused to cover President Trump’s press conference, again, while the leader of the free world wishes allied leader Boris Johnson a speedy recovery after the latter was put in the intensive care unit suffering with the coronavirus. Instead, CNN played pre-packaged clips and interviewed its own staff via Skype while the President spoke of the latest U.S. statistics, plans, and offered his best wishes to Prime Minister Johnson. The only other networks not carrying the press briefing were CNBC, which understandably was taking news about the market movements, and Russia Today –