Biden Calls for Vaccine Access for All Adults by May 1 in Speech: Live Updates. Video transcript Biden Wants All Adults Eligible for Vaccination by May 1 President Biden on Thursday called on states to make the coronavirus vaccine available to all adults by May 1 and said he was hopeful that the country could return to some form of normal life by the Fourth of July.
A year ago, we were hit with a virus that was met with silence and spread unchecked — denials for days, weeks, then months, that led to more deaths, more infections, more stress and more loneliness. A year filled with the loss of life and the loss of living for all of us. President Biden on Thursday evening directed states to make all adult Americans eligible to receive coronavirus vaccines no later than May 1, using a somber but hopeful prime-time address to the nation to say Americans may be able to “mark our independence from this virus” by the Fourth of July. Mr. Mr. Instead, Mr. The Complete List of Trump’s Twitter Insults (2015-2021)
'I never imagined this': Washington prepares for an inauguration under siege. In easier times, the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal church would be crowded, especially on the Sunday morning before a presidential inauguration a few blocks away.
The Capitol Attack Shocks the World. Around the world, the shock of Wednesday’s assault on Capitol Hill brought into sharp focus a question that has been smoldering for four years among America’s allies and adversaries.
“And again the doubt,” wrote Emma Riverola in El Periódico de Catalunya, a Barcelona, Spain, daily, in painfully graphic terms. ‘That’s why we did it’: Lincoln Project takes victory lap after Pence video rattles Trump. The Lincoln Project appears to be enjoying the apparent reaction its video provoked in President Donald Trump – after reports emerged that the president had turned on Mike Pence following the video’s release.
Lincoln Project co-founder Reed Galen told The Independent that the president's response reported in Axios this week was the response they were expecting, and indeed hoping for. "Given that we dropped it a couple of weeks ago, it had kind of been off traffic, usually if you're going to get a reaction like that from him it will be more immediate because he's such an impulsive guy – but that's the reason we did it," Mr Galen said.
"Trump is the most transparent president to maybe ever occupy the White House. He is not some grand planner, he is not some grand strategist. Everything that he feels is on display whether or not it is positive, negative, indifferent. Joe Biden wins US election after four tumultuous years of Trump presidency. Joe Biden has been elected the 46th president of the United States, denying Donald Trump a second term after a deeply divisive presidency defined by a once-in-a-century pandemic, economic turmoil and social unrest.
Joe Biden won the presidency by clinching Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, after days of painstaking vote counting following record turnout across the country. Trump’s bag of tricks comes up empty against Biden. The question of Trump’s descent raises the question of whose fault it is.
Some political operations can be turned around by a change in staff. In March, former Rep. Mark Meadows became the president’s new chief of staff and has slowly reconfigured the president’s White House team. The Meadows era has coincided with the president’s steep decline, a fact that some Trump aides are quick to note. “I don’t think his newest team is serving him well,” said a White House official. This person suggested the Meadows team is shielding Trump from how dire his situation is. In early May, Brad Parscale, then Trump’s campaign manager, bragged that he had spent three years building a “Death Star” and “[i]n a few days we start pressing FIRE for the first time.”
Bob Dylan – Murder Most Foul Lyrics. At midnight on March 27, 2020, Bob Dylan released “Murder Most Foul”—his first studio release since March 2017’s Triplicate and first original song release since September 2012’s Tempest.
He noted on Twitter that fans “might find [the song] interesting,” adding: Stay safe, stay observant and may God be with you. Trump-Ukraine: John Bolton 'sounded alarm about Giuliani's actions' The former US national security adviser, John Bolton, was reportedly so alarmed at a back-channel effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate Donald Trump’s political rivals that he told a senior aide to report it to White House lawyers.
The revelation of Bolton’s involvement in the effort to block a shadow foreign policy aimed at Trump’s political benefit emerged from congressional testimony given by his former aide, Fiona Hill, the former top Russia expert in the White House. Hill, the British-born former senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council, spoke to three House committees for 10 hours. According to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Hill described a sharp exchange on 10 July between Bolton and the US ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, about the role played by Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, to persuade the Ukrainian government to open investigations into Democrats, including former vice president Joe Biden. The Impeachers review: Andrew Johnson and the men who nearly trumped him. Brenda Wineapple’s new book was surely timed for this moment.
Working with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2016 and 2017, her research predated the Mueller investigation. But in some quarters, the tantalising thought of a third impeachment of a president was already in the air. Her book, therefore, is not merely the story of a trial (and likely associated corruption), engrossing though that is. Week 100: The Real Disappointment of the Mueller Report. Week 100: The Real Disappointment of the Mueller Report. For all the deep-dish sleuthing and prosecutorial imagination Robert S.
Mueller III threw at his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections, the 448-page report that is its capstone ultimately poses bigger questions than it answers. Trump’s a racist conman – and that’s the brand America bought. Shortly before November’s midterm elections I interviewed a Donald Trump supporter, coming out of a debate between three local candidates in a congressional race, asking how she felt about the president’s attitude to women. “I need to see the facts and the actual documentation,” she said. “I can’t just do all this hearsay.” “What about when he says he personally grabs women and kisses them,” I prodded. “That was him saying that.” “I have not personally seen him do that,” she said. “But he said it though,” I insisted. “I haven’t seen it. Here was a woman who went to local debates, offered chapter and verse on the evils of Obamacare and was studiously following the progress of the caravan of migrants and asylum seekers heading for the southern border.
Trump supporters long ago decided to discount, dismiss, disbelieve, indulge, ignore, endorse, excuse or otherwise rationalise his appalling behaviour. President Richard Nixon's Legacy. LBJ: The 36th President of the United States. In search of the real Lyndon Baines Johnson. David McCullough - The Character of President Truman.