Trump says he likely won't need military to respond to protests
Wednesday, 3 June 2020 President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he did not believe that he would need to use U.S. troops to counter domestic protests sparked by a police killing of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis.
Trump Threatens to Deploy US Military Against Protests President Donald Trump addressed reporters with prepared remarks Monday afternoon, following six nights of protests that turned violent all across the nation. The remarks echoed a call Trump made with the nation's governors earlier in the day, in...
On Monday, US stocks climbed 300-points. Investors warmed to President Donald Trump's weekend stimulus orders against China tensions and new coronavirus cases. On Saturday, President Trump signed executive actions extending coronavirus aid after Congress failed to come to an agreement last week. US-China tensions escalated when China imposed fresh sanctions on several members of Congress over Hong Kong.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is under pressure to choose a black woman as his running mate. Now, Reuters reports Democratic donors, strategists, and campaign insiders say they..
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