Peter Navarro / Democrats / Violence Country Attacking President / Legally Elected November

Peter Navarro: Democrats 'Did Violence to This Country by Attacking a President Who I Believe Was Legally Elected on November 3rd'

Further articles on the same subject

Peter Navarro / Democrats / Violence Country Attacking President / Legally Elected November

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

News

@JoyAnnReid  tells @Lawrence  that Joe Biden must balance his desire to unite the country “with bringing accountability” to Donald Trump and those under him “who practiced corruption openly” and “sabotaged” the agencies of government.

tweet picture

New footage published by the New Yorker gives a close-up view of the chaos of the US Capitol riot. Get the latest US news:

President Trump will leave office with the lowest approval rating of his presidency, with more Americans than ever in support of removing him from office, according to a new CNN Poll

Samsung vice chairman Lee Jae-yong is going back to prison, casting the future of leadership at the massive tech company in doubt

Massive caravan of Honduran migrants fights Guatemalan troops on journey to US border

The FBI counted 16,425 murders—five for every 100,000 people—in America in 2019. Figures for 2020 will eventually show big a rise from that

Biden inauguration: 25,000 National Guard vetted over insider attack fears as state protests fizzle

R8-billion has been lost in direct sales revenue due to the alcohol sales ban. That's just from the wine industry. This is according to Non-Profit Company, Vinpro. @Red_Nandi  talks to Vinpro's Managing Director, Rico Basson. #eNCA  Courtesy#DStv403 

Ruby Bridges was six years old when she was the first Black student at her New Orleans elementary school. She tells @Lawrence  that the inauguration of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has renewed hope and faith in the U.S.

tweet picture

Research shows health facilities with unions have had lower COVID-19 mortality rates, better access to PPE and stronger infection control measures. Some frustrated health care workers are forming new unions or thinking about organizing for the first time.

Loading
Loading