President Donald Trump became waylaid when asked to name his goals for a second term, never ultimately stating what he hopes to do if reelected when given an opportunity to explain.Instead, Trump made vague references to “experience” during his answer during a Fox News event without listing policy items he hopes to see enacted or problems he’d like to resolve.The answer encapsulated what some of Trump’s political advisers fear is an unfocused approach to reelection a little more than four months before ballots are cast. They hope he will begin using his platform to define rival Joe Biden and articulate his argument for being reelected.But presented the chance Thursday — host Sean Hannity asked Trump to name his “top priority items for a second term” — Trump became distracted with old grievances and never ultimately named a single goal.But presented the chance Thursday — host Sean Hannity asked Trump to name his “top priority items for a second term” — Trump became distracted with old grievances and never ultimately named a single goal.
CNN’s Don Lemon discusses President Donald Trump’s response to the pandemic as 60% of states report a rise in new coronavirus cases.
CNN’s Jake Tapper criticizes President Trump after a comment by Trump saying he wanted to slow down coronavirus testing.
Facebook said it had taken action against ads run by President Trump’s re-election campaign for breaching its policies on hate. The ads, which attacked what the Trump campaign described as “Dangerous MOBS of far-left groups,” featured an upside-down triangle.
President Donald Trump again said that if the US stopped testing for the Covid-19 coronavirus, there would be less cases.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper called out White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s defense of President Donald Trump’s baseless tweet about Buffalo protester Martin Gugino.
A number of Republican senators dodged questions or were silent when pressed for reaction after President Donald Trump suggested without evidence that a 75-year-old man who was seriously injured after being shoved by police officers in Buffalo, New York, last week, may have been part of a “set up.”
In an unsubstantiated claim, President Donald Trump tweeted, without evidence, that a 75-year-old man who was seriously injured after being shoved by police officers in Buffalo, New York, may have been part of a “set up.” CNN’s Brian Stelter explains how Trump came to retweet that claim.
Former Republican Secretary of State Colin Powell said Sunday that President Donald Trump has “drifted away” from the Constitution, adding to a growing list of former top military officials who have strongly criticized the President’s response to the nationwide protests surrounding the police killing of George Floyd.
Attorney General Bill Barr says that forcibly dispersing a crowd of protesters near the White House had nothing to do with President Donald Trump photo-op in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church. CNN’s Anderson Cooper says the timeline of events shows otherwise.