Dozens of Secret Service agents have been instructed to self-quarantine after two officers who attended President Donald Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday tested positive for the coronavirus, The Washington Post and CNN reported.
The Secret Service told agents who worked at the Tulsa campaign event to stay home for 14 days following the weekend trip, two sources familiar with the decision told The Washington Post, which first reported the news.
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The letter also argues that democracy is the best system to handle the COVID-19 pandemic, as it promotes “credible and free flows of information, fact-based debate about policy options, the voluntary self-organization of civil society, and open engagement between government and society.”
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Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) on Wednesday tried in vain to drown out a witness testifying before the House Judiciary Committee by repeatedly banging on his desk.
Don Ayer, who served as deputy attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, delivered a scathing opening statement during a House Judiciary session in which he excoriated Attorney General Bill Barr for undermining the rule of law and for acting as President Donald Trump’s personal attorney more than as the nation’s top law enforcement official.
Republicans believed the state of Texas would be the national model to prove Donald Trump and his supporters in right-wing media correct about the coronavirus. Trump and conservative pundits have continued to champion conspiracy theories painting the virus as being deliberately exaggerated by Democrats in order to power down the economy and sink the president’s re-election chances. They’ve said that it’s fine to lift the pandemic restrictions, even in places that haven’t met any of the criteria laid out by public health experts for safer economic reopening.