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Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
To send a message to China, President Trump should visit Taiwan
With the loss of Hong Kong to China, Trump should visit Taiwan to show that the U.S. is serious about advancing its interests and values in the region.


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Trump's angry words, virus darken US July 4th weekend
The United States marked an unusually somber Independence Day on Saturday, with President Donald Trump bashing domestic opponents and China -- but praising the country's coronavirus response, despite a record surge in cases. Across the country, virus fears dampened or nixed Main Street parades, backyard barbecues and family reunions on a day when Americans typically celebrate their 1776 declaration of independence from Britain. Instead of adopting a unifying tone, Trump -- facing a tough re-election and eager to mobilize his political base -- railed against protesters demanding racial justice after unarmed African American George Floyd was killed by a white police officer.


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Trump targets 'Marxists' in July 4th speech, boasts of coronavirus response despite record case numbers
Trump said his administration is defeating "Marxists" in his July 4th speech and defended his coronavirus response despite record high cases.


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Trump claims 99% of US Covid-19 cases are 'totally harmless' as infections surge
President's White House speech capping 4 July celebrations says US coronavirus strategy is ‘moving along well' * Coronavirus latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverageDonald Trump has celebrated independence day with a string of false and misleading claims attempting to play down the coronavirus pandemic and warning that China will be "held accountable".The US president staged a "Salute to America" jamboree on the south lawn of the White House with flyovers by military jets, parachute jumps and patriotic songs, but little effort among guests to physical distance or wear face masks.The country has undergone staggering changes unthinkable when Trump hosted the first such event a year ago on 4 July with tanks and other military hardware at the Lincoln Memorial. The coronavirus has infected 2.8m Americans and killed nearly 130,000, the worst tallies in the world.Saturday's national celebration was inevitably more subdued, but the president refused to let the pandemic or dismal poll figures rain on his parade, waving with his wife, Melania, from a White House balcony then walking the south lawn to ripples of applause and a cry of: "Four more years!""We got hit by the virus that came from China," the president said, prompting a strange whoop and applause from someone in the audience. "We've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving along well. It goes out in one area, it rears back its ugly face in another area. But we've learned a lot. We've learned how to put out the flame."

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Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Trump news - live: US president struggles with series of words during Mount Rushmore speech as Pence calls him 'my father' in campaign ad
Donald Trump accused "angry mobs" of trying to erase US history by removing statues in a dark and divisive Independence Day speech on Friday evening from Mount Rushmore.Painting himself as a bulwark against left-wing extremism, the US president barely mentioned the coronavirus pandemic, despite the country that setting a new record for confirmed new cases, as he struggled to correctly pronounce a series of words.


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Trump's `strong wall' to block COVID-19 from China had holes
President Donald Trump has repeatedly credited his February ban on travelers from mainland China as his signature move against the advance of the coronavirus pandemic -- a "strong wall" that allowed only U.S. citizens inside, he boasted in May. Exempted were thousands of residents of the Chinese territories of Hong Kong and Macau. Efforts to track U.S. residents returning from mainland China were riddled with errors and broken communications.


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 04, 2020
Billy Graham, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass: Who Trump wants in the 'National Garden of American Heroes'
Trump's order says the "National Garden of American Heroes," should feature Harriet Tubman, Billy Graham and Frederick Douglass among others.

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