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Trump administration seeks $2.5 billion in funds to fight coronavirus  

The Trump administration is asking Congress for $2.5 billion to fight the fast-spreading coronavirus, including more than $1 billion for vaccines, the White House said on Monday.


Coronavirus: White House asking for more funds despite seeking deep health agency cuts, reports say  


White House proposed double-digit cuts to two virus-fighting agencies for 2020


Fired Trump aide HR McMaster could criticise president in new tell-all book   10%


Retired Army officer who fought under McMaster expects 'very, very measured' account of 13 months in White House


Trump wants to censor traitor John Boltons book  


President insists every conversation he had with ousted aide was classified and reportedly demands memoir should not be published until after Trump leaves White House


Israel to build thousands more houses on contested land in East Jerusalem  


Netanyahu says he has 'removed all the limitations' despite White House saying it supports no builds until election result


Trump attends wedding of white nationalist aide Stephen Miller at his own hotel  


'His white supremacist, anti-immigrant ideology has no place in our country, let alone the White House', Kamala Harris says of Trump advisor


Trump lashes out at Schumer as Democrats slam 'no plan' on coronavirus live   -3%


  • Democrats say White House is not taking outbreak seriously
  • Democratic contenders face off in TV debate on Tuesday evening
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Tweeting while aboard Air Force One on his way back from India, Donald Trump just doubled down on his attack against the jury foreman in the case of Roger Stone, long-time GOP political operative and former Trump confidant, and said the judge in the case is also biased against him.

There has rarely been a juror so tainted as the forewoman in the Roger Stone case. Look at her background. She never revealed her hatred of “Trump” and Stone. She was totally biased, as is the judge. Roger wasn’t even working on my campaign. Miscarriage of justice. Sad to watch!

Back to the 2020 election: Comments made by Diana Taylor, Mike Bloomberg’s long-time partner, on the reported nondisclosure agreements with women who accused his company of discrimination and harassment is giving ammunition to his critics.

In an interview with CBS News, Taylor said that none of the nondisclosure agreements accuse Bloomberg of “saying something nasty to a woman”. “That’s not who he is. Life has changed. I grew up in that world. It was bro culture,” Taylor said.

Here's the full clip of the interview, where we I asked her whether the Dems can come together after the primary process. "I don't know. It's pretty nasty & I think that we have lost sight of what the goal here is. The goal is to get Donald Trump out of the White House," she said pic.twitter.com/URuiZ4IIuf

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Coronavirus tightly contained in US: White House economic adviser   6%


US public health officials are preparing for any eventuality regarding the impact of coronavirus in the United States, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday, adding that the virus


Iran accuses White House of concealing facts about missile attack in Iraq   -40%


Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran’s top national security body, accused the White House on Tuesday of withholding information about an Iranian missile attack on a US base in Iraq. Shamkhani did


Coronavirus: Trump asks Congress for US$2.5 billion to fight outbreak  


The Trump administration is sending to the US Congress a budget request for US$2.5 billion to fight coronavirus, the White House said on Monday.The request came as key US government accounts were running low. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had already tapped into an emergency infectious disease rapid response fund and was seeking to transfer more than US$130 million from other HHS accounts to combat the virus but is pressing for more.It also came as the outbreak spread beyond…


How the coronavirus crisis could lead to four more years of Donald Trump   -8%


It’s the economy, stupid. That was the message at the heart of Bill Clinton’s successful campaign for US president in 1992. The economy will again loom large in the 2020 race for the White House but it’s just possible that the incumbent, Donald Trump, will get a helping hand from a very unlikely source: the coronavirus disease, Covid-19. Taking the data at face value, the US economy is doing pretty well. Trump has been understandably quick to claim credit for that, as any US president would.It…


Trumps policies are setting up the US economy for a fall, but would a Democratic president be any better?   9%


The US Democrats’ 2020 election hopes seem in disarray, with recent impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump backfiring, potentially gifting the US president another four years in the White House. Trump is bouncing back in the opinion polls, claiming success on the economy and the stock market’s stellar performance. The US jobs market is booming and equities have certainly notched up record highs, yet Trump’s record on growth is less impressive. The economy would have done a lot better…


Trump unveils a map and you can see where hes going with this   12%

White House first, then on to the rest of America.


Lies, lies and more lies: Lawyer slams day 2 of Julian Assanges US extradition hearing, here is how it went down   40%


Day two of Julian Assange's US extradition hearing saw his lawyers argue he made great efforts to ensure his leaks endangered no lives and even warned the White House when media outlets were about to dump unredacted files.
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Op-Ed: Is this the time the Afghanistan war ends?  


A door is opening that may lead to the end of a 20-year war. We must have the courage to walk through, says former White House official Richard A. Clarke.


Letters to the Editor: Trump isn't 'trimming' national security staff, he's purging them  


Trump's cuts at the White House National Security Council put the country at risk. How do the president's supporters justify that?


Congressman: Why I'm endorsing Bloomberg   2%


In 2016, I was elected to Congress in a ruby red seat that no Democrat had won since 1933. As exciting as that night was, President Trump also won -- not only in my district, but in states all across America that traditionally went Democratic. Over the next two years, the Republicans controlled the House, the Senate and White House with an extremely partisan hand -- and they aggressively gutted everything from health care coverage to environmental protections.


White House submits $1.25B emergency request as part of $2.5B coronavirus effort   6%


The White House has requested $1.25 billion in emergency funding to address the novel coronavirus, part of an effort to direct as much as $2.5 billion in total funds to bolster its response to the growing global crisis, according to a letter obtained by CNN.


White House submits $1.25 billion emergency request as part of $2.5 billion coronavirus effort   6%


The White House has requested $1.25 billion in emergency funding to address the novel coronavirus, part of an effort to direct as much as $2.5 billion in total funds to bolster its response to the growing global crisis, according to a letter obtained by CNN.


Pentagon policy chief out  

Trump loyalist up for top spy — White House sets new sights on Greenland


2020 election briefing contributed to DNI leadership change  

DHS, White House spell out cyber priorities — Another RSA Conference participant bites the dust