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Trump warns US headed for 'very, very painful two weeks'

Washington - President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned of a "very painful" two weeks as the United States wrestles with a coronavirus surge that the White House warns could kill as many as 240,000 Americans.

Peak US death rate likely in two weeks: Trump

Washington - President Donald Trump said Sunday that the peak death rate in the United States from the coronavirus pandemic was likely to hit in two weeks and extended "social distancing" guidelines until April 30.

Op-Ed: Canada attacks U.S. plan to deploy troops along Canadian border

American government officials inside Donald Trump’s White House are actively discussing putting troops near the Canadian borders in light of U.S. border security concerns around the coronavirus pandemic, according to sources.

Op-Ed: Trump — 'LameStream Media' to blame for keeping country closed

As Americans stay indoors for another week, President Donald Trump is getting antsy - wanting life to return to normal -- not just for the nation, but for himself. Trump wants the country open for business by April 12 - come hell or high water.

Trump warns coronavirus shutdown could 'destroy a country'

Washington - President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday that he wants the coronavirus lockdown relaxed in the United States by mid-April, warning that keeping the measures in place could "destroy" the country."A lot of people agree with me.

Chaos at US airports as medical screenings jam up returning Americans

Washington - Chaos gripped major US airports Sunday as Americans returning from coronavirus-hit European countries overwhelmed authorities attempting to process the surge.

President Trump to declare 'National Emergency' over COVID-19

Washington - President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency on Friday over the coronavirus outbreak, invoking the Stafford Act to open the door to more federal aid for states and municipalities, according to reports.

Trump says politicians need to shake handshaking habit

Washington - President Donald Trump and Ireland's visiting prime minister, Leo Varadkhar, had a "strange" moment Thursday when it came to the traditional handshake."We looked at each other. We said 'What are we going to do?

Tasked with reassuring US, Trump fumbles and fumes

Washington - President Donald Trump had one job to do in a primetime address on coronavirus: reassure an anxious nation, a panicking stock market and divided world. Instead, he left many confused and more scared.

Op-Ed: Trump clamps down on travel over 'foreign virus'

President Donald Trump relied on a familiar playbook as he spoke in a prime-time address from the Oval Office, announcing sweeping new restrictions on travel from Europe due to the "foreign virus," as well as other remedies that he later backtracked on.

Trump executive order expected on American-made medical supplies

Washington - President Donald Trump is expected to announce an executive order Wednesday insisting on American-made medical supplies and pharmaceuticals in response to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a person familiar with the plan.

Trump suspends travel from Europe to US in coronavirus crisis

Washington - President Donald Trump on Wednesday suspended travel from Europe to the United States for 30 days in an "aggressive" effort to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic that has sparked a run on the stock market and is rapidly multiplying.

Trump feels the heat as coronavirus stalks US

Washington - Concern that President Donald Trump himself could be exposed to the coronavirus through contact with two Republican lawmakers loomed Monday as US stocks plummeted, feeding growing national anxiety.

Op-Ed: Twitter goes wild after 'meme' of Trump fiddling goes viral

“Nero” trended on Twitter early Monday after a meme of President Trump playing the violin drew viral comparisons to the Roman emperor among his critics online.

U.S. health officials shift tone on COVID-19 as virus spreads

The reality that the U.S. may not be able to contain the spread of the new coronavirus began to set in this weekend as federal health officials escalated warnings to vulnerable groups and said to prepare for more disruptions.

Trump refuses to halt rallies as coronavirus surges

Palm Beach - US President Donald Trump signaled Saturday that he has no intention of halting campaign rallies despite surging coronavirus infections, as a case was confirmed for the first time within miles of the White House.

Trump names Meadows as fourth chief of staff

Washington - US President Donald Trump announced Friday he had chosen staunch ally Mark Meadows to be his new chief of staff -- the fourth person to hold the position since he took office.

Trump to host Brazilian president Bolsonaro in Florida

Washington - President Donald Trump said Friday he will be hosting his Brazilian counterpart Jair Bolsonaro for dinner at his Florida resort this weekend."We're having dinner at Mar-a-Lago. He wanted to have dinner in Florida," Trump said.

With an eye on COVID-19, Federal Reserve makes emergency rate cut

After being railed against by President Trump early Tuesday, the Federal Reserve cut the benchmark interest rate by a half-point Tuesday in its first emergency rate cut since the Great Recession.

Trump, accused of sexual misconduct himself, hails Weinstein verdict

New York - Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes conviction was a "great victory" for women, US President Donald Trump said Tuesday -- without acknowledging the numerous accusations of sexual misconduct he has faced.

Trump says Weinstein conviction 'sends very strong message'

New Delhi - Harvey Weinstein's conviction for rape and sexual assault was a "great victory" for women and sends a "very strong message", US President Donald Trump said Tuesday.

Trump hails 'exceptional' Modi at huge India rally

Ahmedabad - US President Donald Trump got a rapturous and romantic welcome to India on Monday, addressing a huge rally and holding hands with his wife at the Taj Mahal, in a maiden official visit big on photo opportunities but short on concrete results.

Mega rally to kick off Trump's first official visit to India

Ahmedabad - Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to welcome his US counterpart Donald Trump to India with a massive rally on Monday, kicking off a two-day visit likely to be more about pomp and ceremony than concrete agreements.

Upbeat Trump leaves for 'biggest event' ever in India

Washington - President Donald Trump left for India on Sunday, buoyed by disarray among his Democratic opponents and predicting that "many millions" will greet him on a lightning visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Trump scoffs at 'Parasite's' Oscar win

Colorado Springs - President Donald Trump on Thursday scorned the best picture Oscar for South Korean film "Parasite," asking how a foreign movie could get the honor."How bad was the Academy Awards this year?

Trump signs new California water rule while bashing Democrats

Bakersfield - President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an order in California to re-engineer the state’s water plans, completing a campaign promise to funnel water from the north to a thirsty agriculture industry and growing population further south.

Trump names his Germany ambassador to top intelligence post

Washington - President Donald Trump on Wednesday named the current ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, as his top intelligence advisor, immediately drawing criticism that the politically outspoken figure is unsuited to such a sensitive position.

Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, John Rood resigns

Pentagon policy chief John Rood is leaving his job at the end of this month, the Defense Department confirmed on Thursday, marking yet another high-level departure from the Trump administration's senior national security ranks.

Trump threatens lawsuits if Mueller probe cases not thrown out

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday called for all cases stemming from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election to be "thrown out" - suggesting he could bring a lawsuit over the matter.

Trump asks for $1.5 billion to prop up U.S. uranium mining

The Trump administration’s newly proposed budget would throw a $1.5 billion lifeline to the struggling U.S. uranium industry, long battered by declining demand and cheap imports.
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