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All that running down the hall away from journalists must have worn them out. Well that, and handing out our tax dollars to their wealthy friends.

Although Trump did execute tax cuts in 2017 there is very little evidence that any money was recouped by the government and there probably will not be any in the future. Newsweek attempted to get a statement from the White House but was ...Read More

"Stephen Walt, a professor of international affairs at Harvard University, said the world's two largest economic powers were engaged in a long-term competition over "incompatible strategic visions," including China's desire to dominate ...Read More

In the days leading up to the controversial announcement on Tuesday last week, intensive discussions were held and confidential communications exchanged between the government and Whitehall officials on one side and Huawei executives on the ...Read More

"President Donald Trump's properties have made over $17 million from the Trump campaign and his joint fundraising committees since 2016."

The White House printed a lot of dollars. And that weakened the dollar. It’s not a problem for them to turn on the machine again and again. But how does this affect the economy in the future? I think very negatively

States have a difficult choice to make. Opening up can increase cases, but closing down again will worsen the economic situation.

"In hundreds of highly classified phone calls with foreign heads of state, President Donald Trump was so consistently unprepared for discussion of serious issues, so often outplayed in his conversations with powerful leaders like ...Read More