President Trump attended a wreath laying ceremony at the Arlington National Cemetery. The silent event happened Monday at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Both sides of the political aisle are battling over whether mail-in ballots should be a widespread practice for the upcoming general election.
President Trump has ramped up his criticism of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions as the debunked Russia hoax continues to fall apart. On Sunday, the president said Sessions wasn’t “mentally qualified” to lead the Justice Department and suggested his time in office was a “disaster.”
President Trump has said Joe Biden is not mentally fit to serve as U.S. president. On Sunday, the president pointed to the latest reports of Biden’s alleged dementia and stated the former vice president is not mentally sharp enough to lead the nation.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has doubled down on his office’s handling of elderly COVID-19 patients. On Saturday, the governor said he was following orders from the Trump administration when he put over 4,500 senior coronavirus patients in nursing homes.
National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien recently confirmed the G7 summit could happen in person in Washington. On Sunday, he said the summit could take place at the end of June, if all the planning comes together to bring foreign leaders to the U.S.
Democrat lawmakers have claimed President Trump failed to wear a mask during his trip to Michigan, despite photos proving otherwise. One America’s Ethan Viveiros explores what critics are calling a “manufactured backlash.”
President Trump has expressed renewed criticism of mail-in voting. One America’s Hans Hubbard has more.
President Trump participated in a Memorial Day ceremony on Friday, which honored veterans, prisoners of war and service members missing in action. The president spoke on the Blue Room balcony ahead of the annual Rolling Thunder rally, which has been redubbed this year as “Rolling to Remember.”