The assumption seems to be that they are being handed over to FEMA for distribution to other parts of the country. As explained by Admiral Polowczyk on Thursday at the White House briefing) or whether they are being distributed to other parts of the country on a preferential basis. We simply don’t know.
CNN: "Senate Republicans releasing a list of Obama Administration officials who sought the names of Americans discussed in intelligence reports in the weeks before the President took office"
-- what was being discussed by intelligence officials in these reports? Why did the "Obama Administration" officials seek the names? Was this a completely normal action? Were they aware of some criminal act and trying to stop it?
In a campaign speech during the 2016 election, Donald Trump imitated a reporter who had expressed disagreement with Trump's interpretation of an article that he had written after September 11th, with flailing arms, and the media reported this as mocking his disability. Trump claimed that he did not know that the reporter was disabled. Was Trump mocking the disability or was he merely imitating someone who is "confused" because he was back-tracking on what he wrote, in Trump's mind?
During Thursday's White House coronavirus task force briefing, an official presented the results of US government research that indicated coronavirus appeared to weaken more quickly when exposed to sunlight and heat.
The study also showed bleach could kill the virus in saliva or respiratory fluids within five minutes and isopropyl alcohol could kill it even more quickly.
If Trump felt strongly that Joe and Hunter Biden did something wrong, were corrupt, should he not have been able to mention this to the Ukrainian President and ask for help - since the alleged corruption occured in Ukraine? Same with the other investigation, what is wrong with Trump asking for help on this?
Is the UKs national health service up for sale? One of the mooted key benefits of Brexit for the United Kingdom is the opportunity to make its own trade deals independent from the European Union and one of the biggest fears for many is that the NHS - which has massive cross-party support across the country - will be opened up to outside private contracts and corporate interests, particularly the US health care industry.