Donald Trump

Mount Rushmore: Once Iconic, Now Canceled

Mount Rushmore has come under fire from liberals in recent weeks for its depiction of presidents who were slaveholders, but before President Donald Trump gave a speech there, it was revered by figures on the left.

DNC Bashes Mount Rushmore

The organization slammed the July 4 event for 'glorifying white supremacy'

The Democratic National Committee's official Twitter account on Monday attacked President Donald Trump's planned Fourth of July celebration at Mount Rushmore as "a rally glorifying white supremacy."

The Virus Rules

Column: How a microbe will decide the 2020 election

President Trump Meets Polish President Andrzej Duda In The Oval OfficeOn March 18, at a press conference flanked by high-ranking officials, President Trump described himself as a “wartime president” fighting an “invisible enemy” known as the coronavirus. The president, it seemed, was beginning to reckon with the extent of the economic, epidemiological, social, and psychological damage the pandemic would cause, and to act appropriately. “We must sacrifice together,” Trump said, “because we are all in this together, and we will come through together.”

Trump to Issue Order on U.S. Historical Monuments

President Trump talks to reporters as he departs for a trip to Arizona at the White House in WashingtonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he will issue an executive order regarding U.S. historical monuments, as the movement to remove statues and other memorials activists consider racist gains momentum across the country, part of wider national protests over racial injustice.