Trump's statement on Twitter comes as the United States is enduring the greatest crises of a generation: a coronavirus pandemic that has claimed more than 150,000 lives, a crippling recession sparked by the outbreak and nationwide protests against police violence and racism.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, a 37-year-old stay-at-home mother, became an unlikely election candidate after authorities barred her from running and jailed her husband. She swiftly emerged as Lukashenko's strongest rival and her rallies drew tens of thousands of supporters across the country.
"That was truly an exceptional number of boats," said Kristen Dark, public information officer for the Travis County Sheriff's Office, whose deputies patrol the lake. "Several of the boats did sink."
US President Donald Trump threatened on Wednesday to shutter social media platforms after Twitter for the first time acted against his false tweets, prompting the enraged Republican to double down on unsubstantiated claims and conspiracy theories.
The Trump legal team’s move over the weekend to distance itself from attorney Sidney Powell as it seeks to overturn the November 3 election results is a major blow to the president’s attempt to win a second term.
Instead of preparing to leave the White House with grace and dignity, Donald Trump is determined to wreak revenge against fellow citizens for his loss of a second term in office. Whether Republicans, Democrats or independents they will continue
President-elect Joe Biden was not US representative Ilhan Omar’s first choice to lead her party, but she has a few requests for him now that he is. Cancel tens of thousands of dollars in federal college debt per student. Pay all federal contractors
Donald Trump was not the first presidential candidate to perform notably better on election day than pre-election polling had predicted. Ronald Reagan did it in the 1980 election. So did Bob Dole in 1996.
Donald Trump intends to do his utmost to sabotage the incoming administration by cultivating an atmosphere of hostility among his followers toward President-elect Joe Biden and undermining state institutions and agencies ahead of his inauguration.
Many of my fellow Democrats have spent the past four weeks aghast at the reality that more than 73 million of our co-citizens saw fit to vote for the reelection of Donald Trump. “How could they do that?” we ask. After four years of his presidency,