“The Failing New York Times did something I have never seen done before. They used the concept of “time value of money” in doing a very old, boring and often told hit piece on me,” Trump tweeted this morning, having been too busy last night trashing his Supreme Court nominee’s accuser to get around to responding to the NYT report published late Tuesday afternoon. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Mocks NYT Report On Helping Dad Dodge Taxes: “Old, Boring” News
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Notably missing from tonight’s hit list were the related and of-the-moment topics of Colin Kaepernick, Nike and the NFL. The only hint of a mention came well past the one-hour mark when Trump said, “We’re standing up for your values, we’re standing up for Montana, and we’re standing for our national anthem and our flag.” … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Rally Doubles As Rage Therapy – But Not At The NFL, Nike Or Kaepernick
Meetings with Trump “veer off topic and off the rails,” the author says, adding that Trump “engages in repetitive rants, and his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.” … [Read more...] about Donald Trump “Amoral … Impetuous, Adversarial, Petty, Ineffective,” Senior Official Says In NYT Op-Ed
Biden’s standing in Florida, arguably the most important state in the entire race, illustrates both the promise and pitfalls of this approach. Steve Schale, a strategist who works for Democrats in the state (including a pro-Biden super PAC), says Biden is seeing stronger support from college-educated white voters and even non-college-educated women than Clinton did, while his backing among Florida’s Hispanics has lagged. Winning Florida, Schale explains, will come down to places like Pasco County, an exurban swath of land north of Tampa that’s home to more than half a million people and hasn’t gone for a Democratic presidential contender since Al Gore in 2000. Biden almost certainly won’t win Pasco; it’s a matter of narrowing the margin of defeat. Barack Obama lost Pasco by 8,000 votes in 2008 and 14,000 in 2012; Clinton lost by 52,000. “In a place like Pasco, do we get back to what Obama did? No,” Schale says. “But if we get back … [Read more...] about How Far Will Donald Trump Go to Win?
In emails to CDC Director Robert Redfield, Politico reported, politically appointed communications officials “openly complained that the agency’s reports would undermine President Donald Trump’s optimistic messages about the outbreak.” And, although other CDC officials have pushed back and refused to make some of the suggested significant changes to the historically non-political and important scientific MMWR weekly reports, the pressure did result in an almost month-long delay of one report that advised against doctors prescribing the Trump-endorsed drug hydroxychloroquine. … [Read more...] about Politically Appointed Trump Aides Lie About ‘Deep State Motives,’ Alter CDC Virus Reports