Donald Trump refuses to pay security bill for Harry and MeghanPresident tweets his intention as Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly move to CaliforniaDonald Trump has said the United States will not pay for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s security protection after they reportedly moved to California.Harry and Meghan were said to have left their rented home in Vancouver in Canada and taken a private flight to the US before the border closed between the two countries last week. Continue reading… ….. Read More.THE GUARDIAN – General | World News & EventsSun, March 29, 20204 hours ago
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What Is Trump Without His Crowds?Suspended schedules. Darkened stages. Empty arenas.As the worsening spread of the coronavirus has forced shot callers in sports, entertainment and politics to nix games, parades, conventions, campaign pitstops and gatherings of almost every sort and size, Donald Trump over these last few dizzying days essentially and begrudgingly has made the same decision—even if he hasn’t made an official announcement.After holding more than 300 rallies during the 2016 campaign and nearly 100 more since he was elected—after going last month toIowa and New Hampshire and Nevada and South Carolina to “troll” Democrats in the run-ups to the primaries—the president was not in Michigan, Missouri or Mississippi this past week, and he won’t be in Ohio or Illinois or Florida or Arizona ahead of Tuesday’s votes. He has canceled events in Las Vegas, Denver and Milwaukee. And for the first time in a long, long time, Trump…
Trump Boasts of Coronavirus TV Ratings as Fauci Warns: 200,000 People Could Die in U.S.President Donald Trump boasted about his growing TV ratings on Sunday, while Dr. Anthony Fauci of the White House Coronavirus Task Force warned that up to 200,000 Americans could die from COVID-19. Trump quoted an article from the New York Times that provided recent viewership statistics of his coronavirus press conferences. The article states that […] ….. Read More.VARIETY – Entertainment | Movies & TelevisionSun, March 29, 20203 hours ago
Trump Says He Might Announce an “Enforceable Quarantine” of New York AreaPresident Donald Trump says he may announce a two-week quarantine for residents of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York as soon as today. “We might not have to do it,” Trump told reporters on Saturday, “but there’s a possibility that sometime today we’ll do a quarantine—short term, two weeks—for New York, probably New Jersey, certain parts of Connecticut.” Trump’s maybe-maybe-not approach is likely to only add to the chaos being caused by the new coronavirus. WATCH: NEWS President Trump says he is considering an enforceable quarantine of hot spots in northeast to restrict travel. #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/luFfAL2vfv — Kelly O’Donnell (@KellyO) March 28, 2020 Trump said travel could be restricted from the three states “because they’re having problems down in Florida”—a key swing state in the 2020 election. “A lot of New Yorkers are going down [to Florida],” Trump said….
Report: Trump Wants His Signature on Stimulus ChecksIn a move that should surprise no one, President Donald Trump reportedly wants his signature on the checks that will be sent out to many Americans after Congress passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill with overwhelming bipartisan support. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday evening that Trump wants his name of the checks, citing an unnamed administration official. Normally, a civil servant would sign them. It’s a move that various commentators predicted in the days for the bill became law. Prediction – if the coronavirus emergency aid checks go out, this will be the signature: pic.twitter.com/4Nd3NlQp01 — Michael Smerconish (@smerconish) March 18, 2020 Remember when I predicted that American’s Coronavirus checks would bear the signature of @realDonaldTrump …. pic.twitter.com/wTG6ETdkAC — Michael Smerconish (@smerconish) March 26, 2020 The money for the checks comes from Congress, not Trump. The Senate passed the stimulus bill 96-0…
With eye on election, Trump in high-stakes balancing act over coronavirus responsePresident Donald Trump offered a preview of his re-election campaign playbook last year when he visited the building site of a multi-billion-dollar cracking unit in western Pennsylvania, hailed as one of the largest construction projects in the country. ….. Read More.REUTERS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentSat, March 28, 20201 day ago