One year ago, we brought you a historic scene, peace between Israel and Arab nation states on President Trump’s South Lawn at the White House.
Special counsel John Durham has filed new charges in his ongoing probe into the Russia investigation. According to the Washington Post on Thursday, a grand jury working with Durham handed up an indctment against attorney Michael Sussmann.
Joe Biden has fired two Donald Trump appointees who launched a lawsuit against the Department of Education. Reports emerged on Thursday that Biden fired economic professor Steve Hanke and law professor John Yoo.
The chairman of the Joints Chiefs has tried to defend his actions after it was revealed he may have made contact with Chinese officials behind the back of 45th President Donald Trump. In a statement on Wednesday, a spokesperson for Gen. Mark Milley claimed his talks with Chinese officials last October and this past January were aimed at “maintaining strategic stability.”
The 45th president is criticizing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley for talking to China behind his back. During an interview Tuesday, Donald Trump said if Bob Woodward’s account of Milley secretly talking to China is true then the general’s actions amount to treason.
The 45th president recently dropped hints about a potential White House bid in 2024. In an interview over the weekend, Donald Trump said it’s getting to a point where he has no choice but to run for president again.
As the Biden administration pushes a new vaccine mandate, Kamala Harris’ integrity is brought into question. She’s been taking heat for flip-flopping on vaccines from her run for vice president to now pushing for those mandates.
With the recall election for California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) underway, actor Jon Voight has decided to endorse GOP candidate Larry Elder. The conservative expressed his support for Elder in a video posted Sunday.
North Korea announced it has tested a new cruise ballistic missile as part of its ongoing nuclear program. According to Pyongyang’s state newspaper “Worker’s Daily,” on Monday local time the projectile was launched over the weekend and it traveled more than 900 miles before crash-landing at an unknown location.