Joe Biden apparently did not want the input of GOP Governors and excluded them from a meeting at the White House. According to The Washington Free Beacon: As wildfires rage across the western United States, Republican governors representing states with some of the largest fires were frozen out of a White House meeting to plan
Joe Biden is reportedly scrambling as the gas shortage crisis intensifies. According to The Daily Wire: The governors of four states have issued state of emergency declarations as they face gas outages sparked by the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attacks. Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia have all implemented states of emergency, “allowing state governments to activate
Attorney General Barr has warned that the DOJ could take legal action against governors who unnecessarily persist with their strick lockdown orders. According to The Daily Caller: Attorney General Bill Barr said his Justice Department may pursue legal action against governors who maintain strict lockdown rules after their coronavirus outbreaks subside, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.
Trump’s infrastructure plan brings needed attention for improvements lan brings needed attention for improvements By Gov. Mary Fallin and Sec. Mike Patterson Tulsa World March 2, 2018 … As governor and as Oklahoma’s secretary of transportation, we support the Trump administration’s infrastructure proposal for starting the dialogue about the need for these improvements. The proposal
State Dining Room 10:53 A.M. EST THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, everybody. Thank you very much. And I want to thank our Vice President for that really lovely introduction. That was very nice, Mike, and I appreciate it. This is a time of great opportunity for our country. We’ve created nearly 3 million jobs since the
‘Turn our grief into action’ President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence addressed nearly 80 percent of the Nation’s governors yesterday at a bipartisan business session at the White House. Although the President highlighted many successes from the past year—including tax reform and early signs that tough sanctions against North Korea are working—he
Welcome, governors This morning, President Donald J. Trump is welcoming about 40 of the Nation’s governors to the White House for a business session covering infrastructure, workforce development, opioids, school safety, and other important issues facing America in the year ahead. The governors are in town for a winter meeting of the National Governors Association,