United States Looking at Possible Troop ‘Adjustments’ in South Korea

A new report indicates that the United States is looking at possible troop “adjustments” in South Korea, which is a major ally to the United States. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The Pentagon is considering making “adjustments” to the American military presence in South Korea, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. Though Secretary of Defense Mark Esper

U.S. Forces China to Close Consulate in Houston

The Trump administration has continued its strong approach against the Chinese Communist Party, this time forcing them to close the Consulate in Houston over IP theft. According to The Daily Wire: The U.S. State Department said in a statement, “We have directed the closure of PRC Consulate General Houston, in order to protect American intellectual property and

Fauci Responds to Trump Criticism

Dr. Anthoony Fauci has responded to President Trump calling him an alarmist by stating that he is, in fact, a realist. According to The Daily Wire: Speaking with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases responded to Trump’s comments on Sunday characterizing him as “a little bit

Trump Gets New White House Budget Czar the Dems Despise

President Trump has gotten a new White House Budget Czar who the Democrats reportedly despise. According to Town Hall: Well, it’s official. Last night, the Senate confirmed Russell Vought as the new director for the White House Office of Management and Budget. He’s been the acting director since March. Of course, Democrats hate him. He

Trump Looking to ‘Tele-Rallies’ to Drive Support

President Trump is looking to use “tele-rallies” drive support amid growing concerns surrounding large crowds and the coronavirus. According to The Hill: President Trump held his first “tele-rallies” over the weekend, signaling a shift in campaigning as the coronavirus pandemic has rendered his signature large gatherings impractical. Trump held virtual rallies targeted at supporters in Wisconsin,

Surpeme Court Stops Dems From Speeding Up Crusade for Trump’s Financial Docs

The Supreme Court refused to allow the Democrats to speed up their legal battle to obtain President Trump’s financial information. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The decision means that the chances of congressional investigators obtaining Trump’s financial records ahead of the November election, which were already remote, are even lower. Justice Sonia Sotomayor was

Judge Blocks Trump Admin’s Attempt to Stop California Program

A judge has blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to stop a California cap-and-trade program. According to The Hill: A federal judge on Friday upheld a California program that caps carbon emissions from the transportation sector after the Trump administration sued the state over it. The Justice Department last year challenged the cap-and-trade program, which aims to improve

Atlanta Mayor Makes Accusation Against Trump Without Evidence

The mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, is claiming that President Trump is behind a lawsuit filed against her. There is only one problem. There is no evidence to back up her claim. According to The Washington Free Beacon: “I don’t think it’s happenstance that this lawsuit came the day after Donald Trump visited Atlanta,

Trump Will Resume Coronavirus Briefings

President Trump will resume his regular coronavirus briefings he announced recently. According to The Hill: President Trump on Monday said he will resume giving regular coronavirus briefings this week, reviving a practice that is controversial among some aides as infections surge across the United States. Trump told reporters in the Oval Office he would deliver a briefing at

Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Special Status for Hong Kong

President Trump has signed an executive order ending the special status for Hong Kong. The move ends any differing distinction between China and Hong Kong. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The announcement follows China’s aggressive takeover of Hong Kong’s levers of power via a new national security law. The law expands Chinese authority to