The mainstream media is having a fit after White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham personally invited OAN’s Chanel Rion to continue attending press briefings. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more as Playboy’s Brian Karem demands the same special treatmen after rudely disrupting press briefings for years.
President Trump has criticized the incompetence of the mainstream media amid ongoing tensions within the White House press corps. During a recent briefing at the White House, the president dismissed a reporter’s request to comment on the latest energy crisis.
The mainstream media exposes its own bias as they launch a one-sided attack against One America’s own White House Correspondent Chanel Rion. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how the same people claiming their First Amendment rights are being violated are trying to shutdown the freedom of the press.
New data taken from multiple states’ health departments has revealed that actual hospitalizations for the coronavirus are much lower than projected.
With the mainstream media releasing dramatic reports by the hour of the mortality rates from coronavirus, One America News wanted to help give those numbers some perspective. Pearson Sharp breaks down the latest figures and explains why Americans still have reason to hope.
President Trump’s reelection campaign is drawing attention to the political bias and double standards on Twitter. On Thursday, the 2020 Trump campaign released deliberately manipulated audio that appears to show Joe Biden saying “coronavirus is a hoax.”
Democrat Party officials and their allies are ramping up accusations of racism against President Trump. The latest debate of race and national discrimination flared up after the president referred to coronavirus as the “Chinese virus,” which triggered a fury in mainstream media.
The anti-ISIS coalition in Iraq has continued to gradually withdrawal its troops from the country and hand over military facilities to Iraqi forces. Over the past few days, U.S. troops have left military bases near the cities of Kirkuk and Mosul. They are now on their way home.
President Trump has rejected criticisms of his plan to re-open the economy sooner than originally anticipated in an effort to prevent a financial crisis.