President Trump News Results

On Sunday, health officials reported a total of 673 cases of the coronavirus. To date, 14 people have died from the virus. A modification to Governor John Carney's State of Emergency Declaration due ...
Pentecostals have long challenged science and medicine — something that could prove deadly during the covid-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump declared Mississippi a major disaster area due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The news was released Sunday. This declaration means federal funding is available to supplement state, ...
President Trump spoke by telephone Saturday with commissioners of America’s professional sports leagues, most of which have suspended operations for three weeks, expressing his desire for them to “get ...
Free Shipping at Shein.com
Comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan would rather vote for President Trump than former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, he said on his podcast Friday.
President Donald Trump says the U.S. will send 1,000 military personnel to New York City to help battle the coronavirus epidemic.
It seems like one continual question comes up: why doesn't President Donald Trump issue a national stay-at-home order, otherwise referred to as a national lockdown? The president addressed that very ...
President Tump raised eyebrows during the White House coronavirus briefing Friday for a racy comment. Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, was explaining that by taking ...
Cheap Dresses
Trump said health officials advise Americans to wear mask in public to slow the spread of coronavirus, but he doesn't plan to wear one.
President Trump announced that the CDC is changing its guidelines to recommend people wear simple cloth face masks to protect against the coronavirus, though he said he didn't plan to do so himself.
The Trump campaign is slamming Vice President Joe Biden for "sniping from the sidelines" as the country works through and continues to suffer from the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. "There is no question ...
The White House is stepping up precautions to protect the president and vice president from contracting the new coronavirus. Starting Friday, anyone who is expected to be in “close proximity” to ...
Powered by