Ex-Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka’s Big Idea To Open Schools: ‘Body Condoms’ For Teachers

Right-wing radio host Sebastian Gorka railed against the ongoing closures of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic on his show Monday. “Put the bloody teachers in body condoms. I don’t care,” the former aide to President Donald Trump told Michael Knowles, a commentator for the right-wing website The Daily Wire. “Put them in hazmat suits,” he added. “I don’t care.” Gorka […]

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N.Y. District Attorney Suggests Wider Investigation Of Possible “Protracted Criminal Conduct” At Trump Organization

New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance, defending grand jury issued to obtain President Donald Trump’s tax returns, suggested on Monday that the purpose was for a wider investigation of “protracted criminal conduct” at the Trump Organization. The comments came as part of a court filing as Trump’s legal team challenges the subpoenas. The Supreme Court earlier this year rejected arguments […]

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Fox Host Calls Out Trump Spokesperson For ‘Cop-Out’ Reply To Question On Polls

Trump campaign spokesperson Hogan Gidley faced pushback Wednesday on Fox Business after he attempted to sidestep a question about President Donald Trump’s poor performance in the polls by trashing the polls. During Gidley’s appearance on Maria Bartiromo’s morning program, Fox Business host and analyst Dagen McDowell confronted him about recent results that show former Vice President Joe Biden widening his lead […]

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Complaint accuses Trump campaign of masking $170 million in spending

President Donald Trump's reelection campaign violated the law by masking millions in spending, a nonprofit democracy group alleged in a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday.  The Campaign Legal Center said in the 81-page filing that the president's reelection campaign and campaign committee hid $170 million in spending to major vendors as well as family members and associates by […]

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White House chief of staff says Trump won't extend the weekly unemployment boost because it 'paid people to stay home'

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Sunday the president was not interested in extending the $600 weekly boost to federal unemployment benefits as they're set to expire on July 31.  Meadows said the $600 per month increase to unemployment "actually paid people to stay home" and "people got more money staying at home than they would going back […]

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