Trumps public mention of background checks is vanishing
President Donald Trump couldn't stop talking about the importance of strengthening background checks as he addressed reporters last Friday after a week steeped in the aftermath of the country's latest pair of mass shootings.
The Point Donald Trump bullied a man as overweight then didnt apologize
At a 2020 campaign rally in New Hampshire on Thursday night, a protest broke out. A Trump supporter sought to remove the protesters. And as that was happening, the President of the United States yelled this into the microphone:
Top State Department officials berated and insulted staff labeled some traitors
Top officials in the State Department's Bureau of International Organization Affairs subjected employees to "disrespectful and hostile treatment," accusations of disloyalty and retaliation, a long-awaited report from the department's watchdog agency found. The report also said the bureau's leadership "did not take significant action" to address these concerns.