Monthly Archives: June, 2019
Trump slams ‘terrible’ Jimmy Carter as ‘forgotten president’ after suggestion 2016 win was ‘illegitimate’
President Trump fired back at former President Jimmy Carter’s suggestion that he’s illegitimate president, saying Carter is “the forgotten president” who’s not only “trashed” by his own party but also remembered only as being “terrible” for the country.
A House Ethics Committee probe into Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., stemming from a tweet about former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, exposes a double standard, according to the Republican lawmaker.
Friday Trump 2020 national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany lashed out at actress and activist Alyssa Milano saying that everyday women “tune out” the Trump critic and that Hollywood’s opinions on political issues are irrelevant.
Saturday President Trump and China’s Xi Jinping agreed to restart trade talks averting an escalation feared by financial markets, businesses and farmers. “We’re going to work with China where we left off,” he said.
President Trump interrupted his meetings with foreign heads of state at the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan, to take a dig at Democrats participating in the party’s second debate Thursday.
After President Trump has been able to get two Supreme Court picks – Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh — placed on the nation’s highest court during his first term, some Democrats have floated the idea of expanding the court beyond nine justices if a Democrat wins the White House in 2020.
Thursday Sen Bernie Sanders said that he would call President Trump a “racist” right to his face if the two ever met on a similar stage.
California has among the most stringent gun laws in the country and on Monday a far-reaching new initiative to curb violence will require background checks for every ammunition purchase.
Supreme Court says federal judges have no role in policing gerrymandering, leaving political maps in place
The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 ruling, said federal judges have no role in policing partisan redistricting, effectively removing the courts from the process and leaving controversial congressional maps in North Carolina and Maryland in place.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was called out on social media over photographs near a migrant detention center that critics said appeared to be staged during her 2018 campaign, which her office has just denied.