1. Joe Biden slams Donald Trump over reported bounties placed on US troops  IOL
  2. Trump tweets video of supporter yelling 'white power'  EWN
  3. Trump retweets video of supporter shouting 'white power'  BBC News
  4. Trump deletes video with 'white power' slogan, after backlash from own party  IOL
  5. Bannon aims to make a comeback in circle of Trump influencers ahead of election  The Guardian
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Joe Biden attacked President Donald Trump over a report that he said, if true, contains a “truly shocking revelation” about the commander in chief and his failure to protect U.S. troops in Afghanistan.Joe Biden attacked President Donald Trump over a report that he said, if true, contains a “truly shocking revelation” about the commander in chief and his failure to protect U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

The footage apparently shot in a Florida retirement community shows a man driving a golf-cart bearing "Trump 2020" and "America First" signs, being heckled by a roadside protester chanting "racist."The footage apparently shot in a Florida retirement community shows a man driving a golf-cart bearing "Trump 2020" and "America First" signs, being heckled by a roadside protester chanting "racist."

Trump tweets video of supporter yelling 'white power'

The president is criticised for sharing video from a pro-Trump rally at a Florida retirement home.The president is criticised for sharing video from a pro-Trump rally at a Florida retirement home.

Trump retweets video of supporter shouting 'white power' - BBC News

Bannon aims to make a comeback in circle of Trump influencers ahead of election | Donald Trump | The GuardianTrump fired him in 2017, but recently Bannon praised his former boss on Fox News and Trump is rumored to have spoken positively of him in return

Bannon aims to make a comeback in circle of Trump influencers ahead of election | Donald Trump | The Guardian

United States President Donald Trump has said he was not briefed on intelligence that reportedly showed Russia had offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing US soldiers in Afghanistan. In a pair of early morning tweets, Trump angrily slammed the report by The New York Times as "Probably just another phony Times hit job, just like their failed Russia Hoax."United States President Donald Trump has said he was not briefed on intelligence that reportedly showed Russia had offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing US soldiers in Afghanistan. In a pair of early morning tweets, Trump angrily slammed the report by The New York Times as "Probably just another phony Times hit job, just like their failed Russia Hoax."

Trump says he wasn't briefed on Russia-Taliban bounty intelligence, World News | wionews.com

The racist slogan, associated with white supremacists, was used in a video showing protesters shouting at each other in Florida.The racist slogan, associated with white supremacists, was used in a video showing protesters shouting at each other in Florida.

Trump retweets video featuring supporter shouting 'white power' | US News | Sky News

Trump denied allegations in a tweet. Trump denied allegations in a tweet.

Trump denies briefing on reported bounties against US troops

The Villages, a large and mostly all-white retirement community in Florida, held a pro-Trump parade and were met with protestors.The pro-Trump parade was met with a group of protestors who were sick and tired of the President's agenda.

Pro-Trumpers Met With Protests In Florida Retirement Community

US News: President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power," a racist slogan associated with US News: President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power," a racist slogan associated with

Trump tweets video with 'white power' chant, then deletes it - Times of India

The White House issued a flat denial Saturday of an explosive story that charged President Trump with knowledge that Russia had offered bounties to the Taliban for killing American service members in Afghanistan.The White House flatly denied Saturday a report that claimed President Trump did not act on information from US intelligence officials that Russia allegedly offered bounties to the Taliban for killing

White House denies Trump knew about Russia-Taliban bounty scheme

President Donald Trump approvingly retweeted a video Sunday that appeared to show people from The Villages protesting while a man shouts “white power.”President Donald Trump approvingly retweeted a video Sunday that appeared to show people from The Villages protesting while a man shouts “white power.”

President Trump retweets video of man shouting ‘white power’ in The Villages, then deletes it

President Trump grabbed the media's attention Sunday morning by retweeting a video that appeared to promote white power, NBC News reports. The video (WARNING: profanity) features a line of golf... Politics News Summaries. | NewserThe president's retweet sparks outcry on 'State of the Union'

Trump Tweet: 'Corrupt Joe Is Shot' and 'White Power!'

President Donald Trump signed an executive order intended to make federal jobs more attainable by for individuals without college degrees.President Donald Trump signed an executive order intended to make federal jobs more attainable by for individuals without college degrees.

Trump executive order relaxes hiring standards for federal jobs

President Donald Trump has since deleted the tweet, which shows supporters and critics engaged in a shouting match during a golf-cart parade.

President Donald Trump retweets video of supporter yelling ‘white power!' at protester during golf cart parade - masslive.com

Trump and his mostly white, mostly male base are on the opposite side of most Americans on the epic topics of our day.Trump and his mostly white, mostly male base are on the opposite side of most Americans on the epic topics of our day.

Trump's loyal base is turning into a 2020 liability for Republicans - Axios

Singer Pink called President Donald Trump the 'racist in chief' and called out his supporters after Trump shared a video showing a resident of The Villages, Florida yelling the racist 'white power' slogan. In his own message, Trump thanked the 'great people' of the retirement community located [...]Singer Pink called President Donald Trump the 'racist in chief' and called out his supporters [...]

Pink Calls out Donald Trump Voters After His 'White Power' Retweet

Of course he did.Of course he did.

Trump Tweets 'White Power' Video

On Friday night, the Commander-in-chief tweeted that he would be postponing a visit to his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey amid anti-police protests that have roiled the nation's capital.On Friday night, the Commander-in-chief tweeted that he would be postponing a visit to his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey amid anti-police protests that have roiled the nation's capital.

Donald Trump visits his Virginia golf course after canceling his trip to New Jersey | Daily Mail Online

President Trump kicked off Sunday morning by going on a Twitter spree that included retweeting a video of a supporter in Florida agreeing that he’s a racist and…Trump Praises Supporters By Retweeting Video Of Them Screaming 'White Power'

Trump Retweets ‘White Power’ Video | Talking Points Memo

Donald Trump has appeared to endorse and even thank supporters chanting white supremacist slogans. Earlier today, the president retweeted a video which appears to show two distinct groups of senior citizens of The Villages, a retirement community in Sumter County, Florida. Seniors from The Villages in Florida protesting against each other: pic.twitter.com/Q3GRJCTjEWDonald Trump has appeared to endorse and even thank supporters chanting white supremacist slogans. Earlier today, the president retweeted a video which appears to show two distinct groups of senior

Trump news: President retweets video showing Florida supporters shouting 'white power!' | indy100

President Trump continues to tout pre-pandemic declines in unemployment among black and Hispanic Americans.President Trump continues to tout pre-pandemic declines in unemployment among black and Hispanic Americans.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.

Trump retweets, then deletes, video of supporter shouting 'white power' | The Star

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Publicly, President Trump has appeared undaunted by the coronavirus. He mostly refuses to wear a mask in public, eschewing federal guidelines, and has recently held large campaign rallies in states where the pandemic is really just taking off. But privately the president is reportedly concerned about contracting COVID-19, primarily because he's aware of how it would affect both the country's view of him and his ability to lead, CNN reports. So, despite Trump's more casual attitude while he's speaking to crowds and posting on Twitter, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the commander-in-chief doesn't get infected. Every venue he enters while traveling is first inspected by advance security and medical teams, bathrooms designated for his use are scrubbed and sanitized before his arrival, and staff maintain a close eye on whom he'll come into contact with to make sure they get tested prior to any sort of meeting, people familiar with the matter told CNN. So far, the practice has worked out for the president, although several campaign aides and Secret Service personnel recently tested positive. But, per CNN, some of Trump's advisers and allies have become more and more concerned that he is publicly moving on from the pandemic too soon, a decision that seems all the more paradoxical considering how watchful the White House is behind the scenes. Read more at CNN. Tim O'Donnell

Trump has reportedly grown increasingly concerned about how it would appear if he contracted the coronavirus

Publicly, President Trump has appeared undaunted by the coronavirus. He mostly refuses to wear a mask in public, eschewing federal guidelines, and has recently held large campaign rallies in states where the pandemic is really just taking off. But privately the president is reportedly concerned about contracting COVID-19, primarily because he's aware of how it would affect both the country's view of him and his ability to lead, CNN reports. So, despite Trump's more casual attitude while he's speaking to crowds and posting on Twitter, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the commander-in-chief doesn't get infected. Every venue he enters while traveling is first inspected by advance security and medical teams, bathrooms designated for his use are scrubbed and sanitized before his arrival, and staff maintain a close eye on whom he'll come into contact with to make sure they get tested prior to any sort of meeting, people familiar with the matter told CNN. So far, the practice has worked out for the president, although several campaign aides and Secret Service personnel recently tested positive. But, per CNN, some of Trump's advisers and allies have become more and more concerned that he is publicly moving on from the pandemic too soon, a decision that seems all the more paradoxical considering how watchful the White House is behind the scenes. Read more at CNN. Tim O'Donnell

Trump has reportedly grown increasingly concerned about how it would appear if he contracted the coronavirus

Joe Biden compared President Trump's recent retweet of a video featuring a man shouting the phrase "white power" to the president's response to the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

'Said they were 'great'': Biden compares Trump's 'white power' retweet to Charlottesville remarks

United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in t...United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accu...

Trump deletes video with ‘white power’ slogan after backlash – Punch Newspapers

United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in t...United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accu...

Trump deletes video with ‘white power’ slogan after backlash – Punch Newspapers

WASHINGTON • US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order he says is intended to protect monuments and statues from "anarchists and left-wing extremists".. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON • US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order he says is intended to protect monuments and statues from "anarchists and left-wing extremists".. Read more at

US President signs executive order to protect monuments from 'anarchists', United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

US President Donald Trump has deleted a video he posted in which a supporter is heard shouting an offensive phrase.US President Donald Trump has deleted a video he posted in which a supporter is heard shouting an offensive phrase.

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The White House says it was “tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters.”The White House says it was "tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters."

Trump Shared a Video of a Supporter Yelling “White Power” – Mother Jones

Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, said Sunday President Trump should remove a video in which a supporter yells "white power" at a protest clash, adding that the entire profanity-laced confrontation was "offensive."Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, said Sunday President Trump should remove a video in which a supporter yells

Tim Scott: Donald Trump should remove 'white power' video - Washington Times

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a racist president retweets racist followers. In any other world that might be a more surprising story, but it is sadly the Trump presidency.It is a truth universally acknowledged that a racist president retweets racist followers. In any other world that might be a more surprising story, but it is sadly just another part of life under the Trump presidency.

Trump Retweeted a Video of Trump Supporter Shouting "White Power" | The Mary Sue

Donald Trump has sparked his latest social media furore by retweeting a video of one of his supporters yelling “white power". A member of his own party, Republican Senator Tim Scott, condemned the "profanity laced" message and called for its removal from Twitter. "White power" is a racist slogan associated with white supremacists. The US president later deleted the tweet andDonald Trump has sparked his latest social media furore by retweeting a video of one of his supporters yelling “white power". A member of his own party, Republican Senator Tim Scott, condemned the

Donald Trump retweets clip of supporter yelling 'white power' as he thanks 'great people' of Florida Villages | London Evening Standard

"There's no question he should not have retweeted it," said Republican Sen. Tim Scott, calling the video "offensive" and "indefensible.""There's no question he should not have retweeted it," said Republican Sen. Tim Scott, calling the video "offensive" and "indefensible."

Trump blasted for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power'

President Trump did not hear the phrase "white power" being shouted in a clip of his supporters that he retweeted and then deleted over the weekend, according to White House spokesman Judd Deere.President Trump did not hear the phrase "white power" being shouted in a clip of his supporters that he retweeted and then deleted over the weekend, according to White House spokesman Judd Deere.

White House spokesman: Trump didn't hear 'white power' shouted in video he retweeted and deleted

President Donald Trump signed an executive order to protect federal monuments and statues. The order instructs federal law enforcement to prosecute people who damage federal monuments, and threatens to withhold federal funding from state and local governments that fail to protect their own public monuments and statues. “I just had the privilege of signing a […]

Trump signs executive order to protect monuments

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As case numbers rise, a virus that has killed at least 123,000 Americans has revealed a crisis in governance extending from the Oval Office to state capitals to local city councils.As case numbers rise, a virus that has killed at least 123,000 Americans has revealed a crisis in governance extending from the Oval Office to state capitals to local city councils.

America's coronavirus failures exposed by new surge in infections - The Washington Post

According to the survey results conducted by Al Mason, co-chair of the Trump Victory Indian-American Finance Committee, more than 50 per cent of Indian-Americans in the battle ground states of Michigan, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Virginia are crossing over to support Trump. According to the survey results conducted by Al Mason, co-chair of the Trump Victory Indian-American Finance Committee, more than 50 per cent of Indian-Americans in the battle ground states of Michigan, Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania and Virginia are crossing over to support Trump.

'Grateful': Indian-Americans Become Important Allies for Trump's 2020 Presidential Campaign

Donald Trump retweeted a video on Sunday morning of a group of his supporters in the senior citizen community of The Villages, Florida, having a golf cart parade in his honor. One of his supporters is heard yelling “white power” at a group of senior protesters. Trump praised them on Twitter, calling them “great people.” […]

Trump Thanks Supporters Yelling 'White Power' During Golf Cart Parade in His Honor, Calls Them 'Great People' — WATCH - Towleroad Gay News

A White House spokesperson claimed the president "did not hear" the phrase, which was spoken nine seconds into the clip. A White House spokesperson claimed the president "did not hear" the phrase, which was spoken nine seconds into the clip.

Trump White Power Video Twitter - President Shared Video of a Supporter Shouting 'White Power'

US President Donald Trump on Sunday shared a video of a stand-off between anti-Trump protesters and his supporters in which a man chants "white power" -- before deleting it amid an outcry.US President Donald Trump on Sunday shared a video of a stand-off between anti-Trump protesters and his supporters in which a man chants "white power" -- before deleting it amid an outcry.

Trump tweets, then deletes video of supporter yelling 'white power'World — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Donald Trump, like most other recent Presidents, enjoys golfing in his spare time. Trump, however,

Trump Cancelled NJ Golf Trip for "Law and Order." He's Golfing in VA Instead. | HillReporter.com

The tweet from President Trump has since been removed.The tweet from President Trump has since been removed.