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White House Hits Back After China Claims it Leads World in Health Aid

The White House is pushing back against a claim from China that it leads the world in global health aid. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The Trump administration is aggressively working to counter China’s claims that it has overtaken the United States as a global health aid leader, with a senior administration official telling the Washington Free

REPORT: US Military Withdrawing Troops From Afghanistan Ahead of Schedule

A new report has indicated that President Trump is bringing our troops home ahead of schedule. According to The Hill: Concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have led U.S. officials to accelerate the drawdown of troops in Afghanistan ahead of a deadline agreed upon by the U.S. and the Taliban earlier this year. Reuters reported that

Trump Rasmussen Approval Falls to 2-Year Low

President Trump’s Rasmussen Poll approval rating has dropped to a two-year low. According to The Hill: President Trump‘s job approval sank towards a two-year low on Wednesday, according to poll from the right-leaning polling firm Rasmussen. The poll released Wednesday shows 42 percent of likely U.S. voters approve of Trump’s job performance while 57 percent disapprove. That’s a net

Pompeo Reveals That Hong Kong is No Longer Autonomous From China

In a heartbreaking and impactful announcement Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced that Hong Kong no longer is autonomous from China according to United States law. According to The Hill: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday said the U.S. no longer views Hong Kong as politically autonomous from China, a stark escalation in response to China’s

Acting DNI Declassifies Russia Probe Files as he Prepares to Exit

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has declassified files related to the Russia probe as he prepares to exit. It will be up to incoming DNI John Ratcliffe on whether or not to release them. According to Fox News: Richard Grenell has declassified a new batch of Russia probe documents on his way out as acting

Trump Campaign Announces NEW Deputy Campaign Manager

The Trump campaign has announced a new deputy campaign manager as well as a new chief of staff for the campaign. According to The Hill: President Trump’s reelection campaign on Tuesday promoted Bill Stepien to deputy campaign manager, making the longtime Republican political adviser a top aide to campaign manager Brad Parscale. The campaign has also promoted Stephanie

US Withdrawing From Open Skies Tready Over Russian Violations

The United States, led by the Trump administration will withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty. The treaty includes Russia and 34 other countries. The US cited multiple violations as Russia for the reason but there are rumblings this was done to clear the way as the US ramps up its defenses against China. According to

Trump Threatens Michigan and Nevada Over Voting Decisions

President Trump has threatened to withhold federal funding from Michigan and Nevada over the states’ attempts to do mail-in voting. According to The Hill: President Trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after its secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson (D), announced all of the state’s registered voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in

Moderna CEO Says Virus Vaccine Could be Ready by End of the Year

The CEO of a biomedical company has stated that a vaccine for the coronavirus could be ready to hit the market at the end of the year. According to The Hill: The CEO of Moderna, one of the biotech companies working to develop a coronavirus vaccine, said on Wednesday that one could be ready to be sent

Trump Nominee for Navy Secretary Advances Past Senate Panel

President Trump’s nominee to be the next Secretary of the Navy has cleared a major hurdle in the confirmation process. According to The Hill: The Senate Armed Services Committee has approved the nomination of Kenneth Braithwaite to be secretary of the Navy, the committee said Tuesday. In a voice vote Tuesday, the committee advanced Braithwaite’s