Trump snubs civil right icon Lewis, cites absence at 2017 inauguration


  President Donald Trump's personal grievances aired anew this week as he dismissed the legacy of the late U.S. Representative John Lewis after snubbing the civil rights icon and defended his decision not to pay his respects following Lewis' recent death. Lewis, who played an instrumental role in passing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, was buried last week after an emotional... Read more

Watchdog calls for probe amid fears of 'voter suppression tactics' thr…


A watchdog organization is calling for an investigation and hearings amid concerns about mail-in ballot “voter suppression tactics” by the Trump administration through the United States Postal Service. “Recent actions” taken by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who was appointed by Donald Trump in May, “will delay prioritizing mail delivery,” which threatens voting by mail, warned a letter Thursday from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics... Read more

Trump doesn't think Cain caught virus at Tulsa rally


President Trump said Friday that he’s confident that his recent rally in Tulsa, Okla., isn’t the reason Herman Cain got sick.  Cain, the entrepreneur, conservative commentator and 2012 presidential candidate, died on Thursday due to complications from COVID-19. The 74-year-old contracted the virus in late June, days after attending the Trump campaign rally there. Yahoo News asked Trump on Friday if he... Read more

Herman Cain, 2012 GOP presidential candidate and businessman, dies at …


Herman Cain, a former business executive who ran for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, has died at the age of 74. His website confirmed the news Thursday morning. Cain reportedly learned that he tested positive for COVID-19 on June 29. He was hospitalized two days later after developing “serious” symptoms, according to a statement shared on his Twitter account at the time. His diagnosis came less than... Read more

Trump complains that Americans like Fauci more than him


President Trump used a White House press briefing on Tuesday to wonder aloud why he was less liked than Dr. Anthony Fauci, a prominent member of the White House coronavirus task force. “Nobody likes me,” the president said in a rare moment of self-reflection. “It can only be my personality, that's all.” The lament came on the same day that the... Read more

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