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Supporters of President Donald Trump have taken to Twitter in droves over the past few weeks to complain about Trump’s tax plan. They’ve just figured out that the 2017 GOP tax cut means that many middle-class Americans have to pay more in taxes because the bill eliminated some deductions they previously used to lower their annual tax payments. For example, the tax bill capped deductions for taxes paid...
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg is among the five Supreme Court justices who are expected to skip President Trump’s State of the Union Address Tuesday night. The Supreme Court’s public information office said it expects only Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Elena Kagan, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh to attend the proceedings in the House chamber. Along with Ginsburg, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Stephen Breyer...
A few weeks ago, the Trump administration admitted that they had actually stolen thousands more children from their immigrant parents after they crossed the border than previously known. Now it says it’s too much of a burden for them to reunite them all because they didn’t bother to track what they did with them all. On Friday, officials from the Trump administration...
“Donald Trump doesn’t do much of anything as president.” MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace said leaked White House scheduling memos reveal the truth about what President Donald Trump does all day. “The truth bomb has been detonated,” Wallace said on Monday. “Donald Trump doesn’t do much of anything as president.” The memos leaked to Axios showed that 60 percent of Trump’s workday since the...
Sens. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) are planning to introduce a bill that would prevent corporations from buying back its own stock and push for employees to be paid at least $15 an hour. In an op-ed written by the two senators published in The New York Times Sunday, the pair argues that “corporate boardrooms have become obsessed with maximizing only shareholder earnings to the detriment of...
Federal prosecutors in New York are reportedly planning to subpoena President Trump's inauguration committee. ABC News, citing sources with direct knowledge of the matter, reported that prosecutors in the Southern District of New York's public corruption section reached out to the inaugural committee on Monday and told it of their plans. It remains unclear what documents the district is requesting in its ongoing probe of Trump campaign...
Crow Butte, seen from the south, has historical and cultural significance for tribal opponents of uranium mining at the landmark in northeastern Nebraska. The Oglala Sioux Tribe and activists scored a win, when federal administrative judges ruled that Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) staff has failed to take “a hard look” at cultural resources in recommending renewal of a uranium mining...
New England Patriots player Duron Harmon said that he won’t visit President Trump’s White House to celebrate the team’s Super Bowl win. Speaking to TMZ Sports after the Patriots’ win against the Los Angeles Rams, Harmon said he wouldn’t join his teammates for a visit. “They don’t want me in the White House,” said Harmon, who plays safety for the Patriots. He did, however, acknowledge it...
1. He’s on track to win the 2020 primaries. If New Hampshire’s 2020 primary were held tomorrow, polls show Bernie Sanders edging out former VP Joe Biden by 7 points. But Sanders is more than the frontrunner in the first scheduled primary of 2020, he also has a higher probability of defeating Donald Trump than any other potential candidate. According to the most...
A White House source has leaked nearly every day of President Trump's private schedule for the past three months. Why it matters: This unusually voluminous leak gives us unprecedented visibility into how this president spends his days. The schedules, which cover nearly every working day since the midterms, show that Trump has spent around 60% of his scheduled time over the...