President Trump was going to go to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jerseys this weekend. Instead, he’ll stand his ground at the White House, where huge numbers of protestors are planning amass Saturday. According to the Washington Examiner: Demonstrators are expected to swell the area around the White House Saturday, placing President Trump and the White House under siege and testing his law-and-order message.
According to a memo by White House Correspondents’ Association President Jonathan Karl of ABC News: Today the White House press office positioned seating for the President’s Rose Garden “news conference” in a way that violated the federal government’s guidelines on social distancing and needlessly put reporters health at risk. The chairs were initially positioned in a way that was consistent with social distancing guidelines but
I guess that’s one way to get Germany to pay for its defense. According to the Wall Street Journal: President Trump has directed the Pentagon to remove thousands of U.S. troops from Germany by September, U.S. government officials said Friday. The move would reduce the U.S. troop presence in Germany by 9,500 troops from the 34,500 troops that are permanently assigned there. The move also
From today’s Trump appearance in the Rose Garden after the unemployment rate unexpectedly declined.
The May jobs report came in much better than expected Friday, with the unemployment rate actually dipping from 14.7% to 13.3%, with 2.5 million jobs gained. Analysts had expected 8 million jobs lost and an unemployment rate on the order of 20%. Which says a lot about the “science” of economics. Trump immediately scheduled a Rose Garden press conference to tout the gains.