Various media outlets have published articles claiming that the Trump administration’s federal budget will eliminate funding for the Meals on Wheels program, whose volunteer drivers deliver hot meals to senior Americans across the country. But the federal budget is cutting funds to a federal grant program that provides just three percent of the Meals on Wheels revenue budget, and the program will still receive significant federal funding.
The Secret Service has permanently removed an agent who said in Facebook comments that she would refuse to “take a bullet” for President Donald Trump and rather face “jail time.”
Since the early days of the Cold War, the president of the United States has been known as the “Leader of the Free World.” According to several media outlets, this is no longer true.
The Washington Post has fact-checked five Democratic talking points about the Republican’s healthcare plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, and every single claim was found to be misleading.
The Trump administration released its budget for the federal government on Thursday, and liberals have not been shy expressing their contempt for it.
Since Hillary Clinton’s loss back in November, news outlets have looked to her daughter Chelsea as an influential individual in politics, despite her never being elected to any public office.
Prominent liberal figures were excited when MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow announced Tuesday night that she had President Trump’s tax returns, but they were soon disappointed.
One Democratic senator appears to enjoy photo opportunities with President Trump but is less interested in working with him on health care and other key issues that are core aspects of the president’s agenda.
The Obama administration announced that Andrew Jackson will be removed from the $20 bill, but it appears the seventh president might get a new image boost by President Donald Trump.