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CNN PoliticsJul 05, 2020
With inflammatory July 4 message, Trump distracts from the real threat to America
As the nation marked a somber Fourth of July with many Americans confined to their homes amid an alarming rise in coronavirus cases, President Donald Trump used his stage on the White House's South Lawn Saturday to put forward a mystifying -- and dangerously misleading claim -- that 99% of coronavirus cases in America are "totally harmless."

Drudge ReportJul 05, 2020
Virginia orders American flag removed from construction site...




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Independence Day in land of confusion...
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Deep fear and anxiety...
Trump's Rushmore trip draws fireworks...


Drudge ReportJul 05, 2020
With Biden up big, Dems haunted by fear of letdown...




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Strongmen rush to remake world order...



Drudge ReportJul 05, 2020
Anti-Trump Republicans set new goal of defeating the GOP Senate...




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CNN PoliticsJul 05, 2020
Analysis: Strongmen rush to remake the world order as Trump faces potential election defeat
This past week, on US President Donald Trump's watch Russia and China have effectively re-aligned the coming world order. They didn't do it together, but both took advantage of uncertainty and unpredictability that Trump has helped create.

CNN PoliticsJul 05, 2020
Analysis: Trump faces a now historical disadvantage
Poll of the week: A new Monmouth University poll finds former Vice President Joe Biden with a 53% to 41% lead over President Donald Trump.

CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
National Park Service staff working Mount Rushmore event weren't required to get tested, agency says
The National Park Service says it did not require employees who worked the Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore on Friday to get tested for coronavirus, despite the record-high new cases in the US and President Donald Trump's attendance at the event.

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CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
Trump doubles down on divisive messaging in speech to honor Independence Day
President Donald Trump on Saturday evening is expected to give "patriotic remarks" aimed at celebrating America's founding and the triumphs of American history while saluting the US military, according to an aide who has read the President's prepared remarks.

CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
Montana's Greg Gianforte suspends in-person campaign events after wife, running mate attended event with Kimberly Guilfoyle
Republican Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana has suspended in-person campaigning for his gubernatorial bid in the state after his wife and running mate attended an event with Kimberly Guilfoyle, the girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr. and a top fundraiser for the Trump campaign who has tested positive for coronavirus, a spokesperson for Gianforte's campaign told CNN on Saturday.

CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
Neil Young 'NOT ok' with Trump playing his music at Mount Rushmore event
Musician Neil Young is upset again with President Donald Trump for playing his music on Friday during the White House's Mount Rushmore event celebrating Independence Day.

PoliticoJul 04, 2020
Trump wants a park for statues of 'American heroes.' Just how might that work?
Against a backdrop of tensions over Confederate monuments, Trump's executive order hits at a main theme of his reelection campaign.

CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
Biden campaign reacts to Trump's Mount Rushmore speech: America is 'suffering' from 'divisive president'
The Biden campaign on Saturday said the United States is "suffering" as a result of having a "divisive" president who doesn't "give a damn about anything but his own gain," responding to President Donald Trump's Mount Rushmore speech on Friday.

Reuters PoliticsJun 18, 2020
China says it has no intention of interfering in U.S. elections
China said on Thursday it has no intention of interfering in the U.S. elections, responding to U.S. President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, John Bolton, who has said that Trump had sought Chinese President Xi Jinping's help to win re-election.
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