Donald Trump launched an effort on Wednesday to reopen schools across the United States with in-person learning.
Donald Trump saw an abysmal turnout at his Saturday night rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and TikTok users are claiming credit.Thousands of users reportedly worked together in a coordinated effort to claim tickets for the rally, with no intention of showing up. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
President Trump speaks to an enthusiastic crowd of thousands gathered at the Las Vegas Convention Center during a tour across the western United States.
President Trump drove down Las Vegas Boulevard on his way into town for events and a rally on Friday.
Donald Trump landed in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, as part of a four-day western state swing. (James Schaeffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The site of Tuesday’s U.S.-North Korea summit is known for theme parks and resorts. But before that, it was known as a pirate island. (Debra Saunders/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize Eighteen House members sent a letter to the Nobel Committee in Norway, recommending President Donald Trump for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. The letter was signed by Rep. Luke Messer and other GOP members, according to the New York Post. Letter to Nobel Committee This week, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Trump deserved the nomination, as well, for his efforts to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons. Trump is set to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un soon.
Donald Trump Calls Out
James Comey After Book
Details Emerge The President took to Twitter to criticize the former FBI director as information emerges from Comey’s new book, ‘A Higher Loyalty’. According to ‘The New York Times’, Comey describes Trump in the book as “unethical, and untethered to truth and institutional values.” James Comey, A Higher Loyalty, via The New York Times A Higher Loyalty hits stores on April 17.
Russia: Trump Invited Putin to Visit White House The White House confirmed that President Trump has discussed meeting with Vladimir Putin in the near future. The Kremlin’s foreign policy adviser, Yuri Ushakov, said the two men spoke on March 20 and Trump proposed a meeting. The phone call came before last week’s diplomatic explusions following the nerve attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal.