President Donald Trump’s self-evaluation has been steady. “I’m, similar to, an extremely savvy individual,” he guaranteed voters in 2016. “A truly steady virtuoso,” he administered two years after the fact. “I’m not a specialist,” he permitted Thursday, highlighting his skull inside the White House preparation room, “yet I’m, similar to, an individual that has a decent, guess what.” Trump’s exhibition that night, when he proposed that infusions of disinfectants into the human body could help…"Trump’s Disinfectant Remark Raises a Question About the ‘Very Stable Genius’"
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday that his state got “hundreds” of calls after President Trump proposed at a press instructions that ingesting family unit disinfectants could be a treatment for the coronavirus. As specialists and general wellbeing offices immediately cautioned after Trump’s advising, ingesting disinfectants can cause organ harm and be lethal. “I think when falsehood comes out, or you simply state something that flies into your head, it sends an off-base message,” Hogan…"Hundreds asked about ingesting disinfectants after Trump coronavirus briefing"
President Donald Trump signed a nearly $500 billion interim coronavirus bill into law Friday that includes additional money for the small-business loan program, as well as more funding for hospitals and testing. Trump was joined in the Oval Office for the bill signing by Republican lawmakers and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who has been a key White House negotiator with Congress in coronavirus aid legislation. During the ceremony, Trump walked back his comments from the day before…"Trump signs coronavirus aid bill as tensions rise over next one"
Trump returns to campaign form with El Paso rally promoting border wall President Trump returned to the campaign trail Monday with a boisterous rally in El Paso, Texas, a city that he claimed had benefited from the construction of a border barrier similar to the one he has long promoted. Standing beneath a giant American flag and flanked by two banners that read “Finish the wall,” Trump proclaimed, “If we didn’t have walls” like the…"Trump returns to campaign form with El Paso rally promoting border wall"
Trump says he ‘works probably more hours than any past president’ after schedule leaks Donald Trump has claimed he probably works “more hours than almost any past president” after leaks from the White House revealed he spends more than half of his working days in unstructured “executive time”. The leaks to Axios showed in roughly three months following the 2018 midterm elections, the president spent about 60 per cent of his time without official appointments or activities marked on…"Trump says he ‘works probably more hours than any past president’ after schedule leaks"
Average Tax Refunds Down 8.4 Percent As Angry Taxpayers Vent On Twitter Average tax refunds were down last week 8.4 percent for the first week of the tax season over the same time last year, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Dipping refunds are inflaming a growing army of taxpayers stunned by the consequences of the Trump administration’s tax law — and the effects of the partial government shutdown. The average refund check paid out so far has been $1,865, down…"Average Tax Refunds Down 8.4 Percent As Angry Taxpayers Vent On Twitter"
Reckoning time: Trump checks in for another medical checkup BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — It’s reckoning time: President Donald Trump had his annual medical exam Friday, a year after his doctor advised him to up the exercise and cut the calories. Trump spent more than four hours at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a checkup supervised by Dr. Sean P. Conley, his physician, and involving a panel of 11 specialists. “I am happy to…"Reckoning time: Trump checks in for another medical checkup"