House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) had harsh words for President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton, whose tell-all book, The Room Where It Happened, has caused the president to lash out angrily during interviews and online. “This is called a con,” Pelosi said, adding: “I’m not paying any money for a book that was … Continue reading "Pelosi on Bolton: “I’m Not Paying Any Money for a Book That Was a Substitute for Testifying Before Congress”"
According to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, 52 percent of Americans say they’re not very confident or not at all confident in their government’s statements on the novel coronavirus. Only 37 percent said they are “very” or “somewhat confident” that the Trump administration’s statements on coronavirus are reliable and accurate. Tellingly, 56 percent express “little” or … Continue reading "Poll: Americans Continue to Lose Confidence in What the Government Says About Coronavirus"
According to a new poll by the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 63 percent of Republican voters expressed a belief that the country is heading in the wrong direction. Most Americans––74 percent––said they believe the country is heading in the wrong direction. 37 percent of Republicans said they believe President Donald Trump is dividing the … Continue reading "Poll: 63 Percent of GOP Voters Believe Country is Heading in the Wrong Direction"
President Donald Trump has railed against his former national security adviser John Bolton, whose book, The Room Where It Happened, reveals salacious details about his time working in the White House. Naturally, the president has dismissed all of Bolton’s claims and dismissed him as a liar during interviews and in posts to his official Twitter account. … Continue reading "Reporter Grills Trump on John Bolton: “Why Do You Keep Hiring People That You Believe Are Wackos and Liars?”"
In an editorial for Tulsa World, Dr. Samantha Whiteside, an emergency physician shared her “great concerns about the ramifications of the planned campaign rally for President Donald Trump on Saturday.” “COVID-19 cases in Tulsa County have risen sharply the past week. In the past seven days, the number of new cases in Tulsa County has reached … Continue reading "Tulsa ER Physician on Trump Rally: “My Oath is to Do No Harm, And to Sit Silently on This Matter Feels Wrong”"
Former National Security Council Chief of Staff Fred Fleitz told "The Story" Thursday that the "turning point" in President Trump's relationship with former National Security Adviser John Bolton came when the president "decided last June not to bomb Iran."
Fred Fleitz said that what John Bolton described as a "turning point" for his feelings about President Donald Trump actually "disproves the whole book."
The White House is pursuing a long-shot legal fight to block John Bolton’s tell-all book but has not disputed much of its contents.
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