The Trump campaign is making his supporters agree that they will be responsible if they get coronavirus at one of his rallies. This is the warning that Trump supporters have to acknowledge and agree to before they can sign up to attend his rally: The Trump campaign just sent out the announcement of its June 19 rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma—the first rally since the pandemic began. The general admission site includes this warning:— Rebecca Ballhaus rebeccaballhaus but he is assuming no legal liability for potentially making thousands of his supporters sick by not following CDC guidelines on A lot of injuries to police officers, arson. Things were so bad that the Secret Service recommended that the President go down to the bunker. Barr: Based on what I know now, no… Things were so bad, the secret service recommended the President Trump realDonaldTrump The reality:The president to date has spent Taxpayers are getting a
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In the middle of a pandemic, with unemployment above Great Recession levels, Trump told the unemployed that having their benefits cut isn't a hardship. Even while dirty Don Trump is being condemned for abusing American citizens exercising their constitutional right to protest, he levied sanctions on China for abusing its citizens for protesting civil rights abuses. Trump admitted that he is going to be sued for his planned executive orders cutting payroll taxes and expanding extended unemployment benefits. Trump seems to think that daily press conferences will convince the American people that he's working hard during this moment of crisis. Trump hasn't hesitated to pick fights with China as it looks like he is setting the stage to blame the country for his potential loss. The comments are a remarkable shift for the Trump campaign, which has been claiming that Biden won't even participate in all three debates. As is now widely known, the Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton recently proposed legislation that would deny federal funding to schools that in any way used the The New York Times controversial project in its curriculum. This series in The New York Times , of course, explores the history of the United States through the lens of slavery, premised on the fact that accounts of slavery have not been expansively, roundly, and fully incorporated into accounts of U.
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