U.S. Army officials on Monday confirmed that Secretary Ryan McCarthy is open to renaming military bases named after Confederate generals, an issue getting increased attention in recent weeks amid nationwide protests against police brutality and racism following the death of George Floyd.
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President Trump said Monday during a roundtable with law enforcement he’s going to discuss ideas to see how policing can be done in “a much more gentle fashion.
Barr, in FNC interview, confirms ‘focused investigations’ of Antifa, hammers ‘dangerous’ push to defund police
Speaking exclusively to Fox News’ Bret Baier on Monday outside the Department of Justice, Attorney General Bill Barr confirmed that “focused investigations” are underway that “relate to Antifa,” the far-left group that President Trump has sought to designate as a terrorist organization.
President Barack Obama delivered another online commencement speech on Sunday, specifically addressing the protests in reaction to the death of George Floyd.
President Donald Trump reaffirmed his support for law enforcement on Monday, warning against the radical left’s demands to defund the police.
President Trump on Monday mocked Mitt Romney for marching with protesters to the White House over the weekend, sarcastically praising the Utah senator’s “sincerity” and political acumen.
President Donald Trump ridiculed Sen. Mitt Romney on Monday after the Utah Republican joined a march to the White House in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
Chauvin will appear before the Hennepin County District Court at 12:45 p.m. He is facing charges for second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter after using his knee to pin Floyd to the ground by his neck for nearly nine minutes while Floyd was in custody.
President Trump’s reported decision to pull 9,500 troops from Germany is “completely unacceptable,” said Berlin’s coordinator for transatlantic ties, according to Reuters.
President Trump late Sunday responded to former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s earlier announcement that he will be supporting Joe Biden for president in 2020 after saying that Trump “drifted away” from the Constitution during his tenure.
A veto-proof majority of the Democrat-dominated Minneapolis City Council promised a Black Lives Matter protest a “police-free future.
Top donors to President Trump are also pumping thousands of dollars into the campaign kitty of the Democratic primary rival to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, campaign records show.
NYT 1619 Project’s Hannah-Jones Slams Paper’s ‘Both-Sideism’ in Running Tom Cotton Op-Ed — We Shouldn’t Be Running ‘Misinformation’
New York Times staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones during Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Reliable Sources” took issue with her employer claiming Sen. Tom Cotton’s (R-AR) recent op-ed calling for the use of the military to help with the unrest in the U.S. cities as not meeting the standards of the newspaper.
It can happen in a moment of time. One ill-advised tweet. One poorly worded post. One foolish act in public. And that’s it. You are branded. You are marked. You are guilty. For life.
In the 1992 presidential campaign, candidate Bill Clinton referred to himself as the “comeback kid” after his second-place finish in the New Hampshire primary. Only a slick candidate with the skill of Bill Clinton would be able to turn a loss by 8 percent into a victory. However, his characterization, supported by the media, gave his campaign momentum and he eventually won the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination and the White House.
First of all, let me say that this nation is in debt to former Marine Generals Mattis and Kelly for their service to the United States. Kelly in particular deserves our respect and appreciation. His own son gave his life as a Marine in service to America.
President Trump announced Sunday that the National Guard would begin withdrawing from Washington, D.C., saying that “everything is under perfect control” following nearly two weeks of peaceful protests and violent rioting and looting in response to the death of George Floyd.
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser defended her city’s widespread protests against police brutality and racial injustice, while criticizing President Trump’s decision to call in active duty U.S. Army troops to quell any unrest in the nation’s capital.
President Donald Trump on Sunday ordered the National Guard to withdraw from the District of Columbia, as violent protests in the city subsided.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf said Sunday that while violent protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death is “diminishing” and “subsiding,” he remains concerned about those who he says have taken advantage of the demonstrations to carry out their own agendas.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday became the latest member of the Republican Party’s old guard to announce that he will not be voting for President Trump in November’s general election.
President Trump railed against former vice president Joe Biden and “radical” Democrats Sunday morning, over a recent push to weaken law enforcement in the wake of George Floyd’s death.