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GOP senator defends Trump's 4th of July speech, calls its 'one of the best that he has given'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., defended on Sunday President Trump’s Fourth of July speech amid withering criticism from liberals – and an uneasy silence from some conservatives – that Trump’s speech was divisive instead of unifying.

Possible Biden VP pick dodges question on taking down George Washington statues

By Ronn Blitzer

Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., is among the short list of political figures that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is rumored to be considering as a running mate, but she balked when asked about a sensitive subject that has been on the forefront of political discourse.

Bolton questions how much time Trump spends watching TV versus listening to advisers

By Andrew O'Reilly

John Bolton on Sunday continued to deride President Trump amid their ongoing feud – this time by suggesting that Trump spends more time watching television than he does listening to his advisers.

Susan Rice slams Trump over Russian bounties: 'I don't buy this story that he was never briefed'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice blasted President Trump’s claims that he was never briefed about reports that Russian intelligence operatives offer bounties to Taliban-linked militants in Afghanistan for the killing of U.S. troops.

Dem senator says Trump would be 'abandoning the troops' if he vetoes Defense spending bill

By Andrew O'Reilly

Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., pledged on Sunday that the names of U.S. military bases named after Confederate leaders will be changed, and slammed President Trump for his threat to veto a defense funding bill if the names of the bases are changed.

Harvard doctor 'very optimistic' that vaccine will come in early 2021, but may not be totally effective

By Ronn Blitzer

Dr. Ashish Jha of the Harvard Global Health Institute predicted that there is a likelihood that a coronavirus vaccine will be available in early 2021, but cautioned that it may not be 100 percent effective.

Labor Secretary Scalia optimistic about economy resurgence, but warns precautions still needed

By Ronn Blitzer

Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia expressed optimism Sunday over an economic resurgence as nearly 5 million jobs were gained in June, but warned that people must be smart about dealing with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic for the growth to continue.

Esper assures troops after NYT report on Russian bounties

By Edmund DeMarche

Esper says, military is "fully committed to ensuring American forces in the field have the best intelligence, weapons, equipment, protective gear, tactics, and all necessary authorities to deal with any threats they might face in order to ensure their safety and mission success.”

DHS deploys special federal unit to protect monuments over July 4 weekend amid vandalism fears

By Adam Shaw

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is deploying a special federal unit across the country for the July 4 weekend in order to protect federal monuments and statues from a possible fresh wave of vandalism. 

Mississippi governor signs bill retiring last state flag with Confederate battle emblem

By Bradford Betz

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed the bill retiring the last state flag in the U.S. that featured the Confederate battle emblem, saying, "This is not a political moment to me but a solemn occasion to lead our Mississippi family to come together, to be reconciled, and to move on."

Biden charges Trump has 'surrendered' in the coronavirus war

By Paul Steinhauser

In scathing remarks, Democratic challenger Joe Biden on Tuesday delivered a forceful rebuke of President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, charging that the president’s steps “haven’t gotten the job done” and claiming Trump had “surrendered” and “waved white flag” in the fight against the outbreak.

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