Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro railed against the U.S. while claiming America is the most serious threat to world peace.
Big Tech companies may face subpoenas as GOP leaders call to reform the Communications Decency Act. Senate Republicans scheduled a vote for October 1, where they will decide if CEOs from Google, Facebook and Twitter should be subpoenaed to testify before the upper chamber.
President Trump has said the health of the American people is his primary concern when considering new FDA guidelines on a vaccine. On Wednesday, the President announced the White House may not approve tougher guidelines on the emergency use authorization of a coronavirus vaccine.
President Trump has announced his vision for the future of American healthcare. The “America First Healthcare Plan” relies on three pillars: more choice, lower costs for families and seniors, and better care for American patients.
The Justice Department recently reported several mail-in ballots cast for President Trump were found discarded in Pennsylvania. According to officials, at least nine ballots cast by members of the U.S. military were found disposed of in the latest case of potential voter fraud.
The White House has criticized the latest outbreak of political violence in Louisville, Kentucky. On Thursday, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany emphasized all protests must be carried out in a peaceful fashion and avoid the destruction of property.
FBI Director Chris Wray recently reported China is still attempting to steal U.S. research on COVID-19. On Thursday, he told senators the bureau is seeing aggressive activity by Beijing to target the development of COVID vaccines, treatments and testing in the U.S.
According to local reports, demonstrations in Rochester, New York have cost taxpayers $1.4 million. Police reportedly tallied up more than 15,000 overtime hours in the first half of September while responding to protests over the death of Daniel Prude.
President Trump doesn’t have high hopes for a fair first presidential debate with Joe Biden. During a recent interview, the President discussed the upcoming debate, which will be moderated by Fox host Chris Wallace.