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Lawmakers urge Trump to sign COVID-19 relief bill

Lawmakers urge Trump to sign COVID-19 relief bill

Earlier, the president demanded an increase in direct payments to Americans, and so far there is nothing to indicate that his position has softened President Donald Trump does not appear to have softened his stance on the COVID-19 relief and government spending bill, which he has yet to sign. Meanwhile, the federal government has moved closer to a partial shutdown ...

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Fauci: The U.S. is at a critical period in the fight against the coronavirus

Fauci: The U.S. is at a critical period in the fight against the coronavirus

85 million Americans went on holiday trips ignoring expert advice Leading U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that the country is “really going through a critical period” in the fight against the pandemic coronavirus. The number of new cases is rising, even though 1.9 million Americans have already been vaccinated. Fauci, who was vaccinated a few days ...

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Trump did not sign pandemic relief bill

Trump did not sign pandemic relief bill

Earlier, the president called for an increase in payments to Americans of up to $2,000 U.S. President Donald Trump did not sign a critical pandemic relief and government funding bill until Sunday, making additional unemployment benefits and a moratorium on evictions expire. Earlier this week, Trump harshly criticized the bill and made clear Saturday that he still opposes it. On ...

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Another 226,000 people in the U.S. are sick with COVID-19

Another 226,000 people in the U.S. are sick with COVID-19

The number of detected cases of coronavirus infection in the United States has increased by more than 226,000 in the past 24 hours, and 1,663 people have died, according to Johns Hopkins University, which summarizes data from federal and local authorities, as well as media and other public sources. Last week, Hopkins University recorded a daily high of more than ...

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Trump congratulated African Americans on the Kwanzaa holiday

Trump congratulated African Americans on the Kwanzaa holiday

The president and first lady noted that in the coming week, the country will remember the contributions of African Americans to the strength and vitality of the United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on Saturday sent congratulations to all those celebrating Kwanzaa Day. “For many, today marks the first day in a week-long celebration of African ...

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Trump deemed the quarantine over the coronavirus worse than the epidemic itself

Trump deemed the quarantine over the coronavirus worse than the epidemic itself

U.S. President Donald Trump said that the quarantine because of COVID-19 is worse than the virus itself. Thus, he commented on the decisions made in the Democratic-led states. The American president shared his opinion on Twitter. “Quarantine in Democrat-led states is completely destroying many people’s lives. This is far worse than the damage caused by the Chinese virus itself. The ...

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Trump set the U.S. as an example for elections in Afghanistan

Trump set the U.S. as an example for elections in Afghanistan

U.S. President Donald Trump said that the U.S. presidential election is worse than the voting in Afghanistan. He wrote this on Twitter. He said he was told this by a young military officer working in Afghanistan. “Ours, with millions and millions of fraudulent ballots mailed in, was a third world country election. Fake president!”, Trump wrote. On November 3, the ...

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Trump wished all Americans a Merry Christmas

Trump wished all Americans a Merry Christmas

The president and his wife expressed special thanks to military families and those on the front lines of the pandemic On Friday, the White House press office distributed a Christmas greeting from U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. The greeting said that this Christmas looks different than in years past, but that even in the face of ...

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Before the Nashville bombing, a warning sounded

Before the Nashville bombing, a warning sounded

Police were able to evacuate many people A parked recreational vehicle (motor home) exploded at about 6:30 a.m. in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, near the entrance to an office building. Police officers arrived at the scene minutes before the explosion, responding to a report of gunfire. John Drake, head of the Nashville Police Department, said officers heard a recording of the ...

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Police: Nashville Christmas Day bombing may have been “deliberate”

Police: Nashville Christmas Day bombing may have been "deliberate"

A car bomb exploded in the tourist center of Tennessee’s capital city early Friday morning The Nashville-Tennessee Metropolitan Police Department said authorities believe the explosion that rocked the city center on the morning of Dec. 25 was intentional. According to the Associated Press (AP), police spokesman Don Aaron said about three hours after the explosion shook nearby neighborhoods that investigators ...

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