Weekend Reads Four years of Donald Trump in the White House summed up in 14 dates

11:55  24 october  2020
11:55  24 october  2020 Source:   lemonde.fr

NBC News Continues To Face Backlash Over Scheduling Of Donald Trump Town Hall

  NBC News Continues To Face Backlash Over Scheduling Of Donald Trump Town Hall NBC News is taking heat for its decision to schedule a town hall on Thursday evening with President Donald Trump that will compete head-to-head with ABC News’ event with Joe Biden. The backlash comes after Trump refused to participate in a virtual town hall debate with Biden, long scheduled for Oct. 15, forcing the Commission on Presidential Debates to cancel the event. As the Trump campaign expressed its opposition to the format, Biden agreed to an ABC News town hall last week.

Voters in America will decide on 3 November whether Donald Trump remains in the White House for another four years . With that caveat aside, Joe Biden has been ahead of Donald Trump in most national polls since the start of the year.

Donald Trump at the final presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee, on 22 October. John Weaver, the chief strategist to John Kasich during his presidential battle with Trump in the Republican The FBI has so far resisted White House pressure to do another Comey and announce an investigation of

Distrust of international rules, Russian investigation and impeachment procedure, rapprochement with North Korea ... the four years of the 45th President of the United States were intense.

From his surprise election at the head of the United States, in November 2016, to the campaign for his re-election, in 2020, Donald Trump has had four years to shake up the codes of American policy. Since moving to the White House, the Republican has had time to tweet tens of thousands of times, while reversing several international agreements signed by the United States, but he also escaped an impeachment attempt and experienced the most serious health crisis of the 21st century.

Both his critics and his most loyal supporters will surely agree on one fact: the US president left no one free to be bored during his first term. Looking back on his four years in Washington:

Miles Taylor Outs Himself As ‘Anonymous’ Administration Official Who Warned Of Donald Trump .
UPDATE, 9:26 PM PT: Miles Taylor appeared on Chris Cuomo’s CNN show and explained why he lied to Anderson Cooper in August about being Anonymous, the Trump administration figure who wrote a scathing New York Times op ed and book. “Why should CNN keep you on the payroll after lying like that?” Cuomo asked Taylor, who has been a CNN contributor since August.

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