Meadows said he was "excited" for Trump to reassert his power in the Republican party, which he suggested will continue to be led by the Trumps.
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Meadows, a former top aide to Trump, had thought about getting a job at the Trump Organization after leaving the White House, per Politico.
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Meadows, a former top aide to Trump, had thought about getting a job at the Trump Organization after leaving the White House, per Politico.
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Lawmakers on January 6 are slated to certify the results of the 2020 election in Biden's favor ahead of his inauguration.
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"The base will revolt," Meadows told President Trump, according to a report from The New York Times.
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White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, threatened to fire doctors if they disclosed any information to the public, reported the Washington Post.
"I've seen more exciting reveals in 'Scooby-Doo; episodes. What a monumental embarrassment," White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said.
"We have to sort of shake each other by the collar and say, 'take a look at what's going on. Look at the data. It speaks for itself,' Fauci said.
WHO officials were exasperated by Trump admin’s suggestion to give up on pandemic.
US President Donald Trump’s White House chief of staff Mark Meadows earlier said, “We’re not going to control the pandemic”.Now, a top Trump administration health official, Assistant Secretary for Health Adm. Read more at: https://bit.ly/3oyePds
The US recorded 83,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday and again on Saturday — the highest daily totals since the beginning of the pandemic.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo dismissed White House chief of staff Mark Meadows' comment the US won't "control" the pandemic as "preemptive capitulation."
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said the event will be held outdoors and that the White House would urge people to maintain social distance.
The White House has been accused of seeking to cover up outbreaks of the coronavirus in the executive mansion, as Trump downplays its impact.
The White House and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continue to disagree on a stimulus deal, as the chances of funding before Election Day grow slimmer.
Meadows' statement came just two days after the US marked its highest single-day total for new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began.
President Donald Trump's top official stepped away from the group on Capitol Hill and took off his mask. "Well, I'm more than 10 feet away," he said.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called on Congress to "immediately vote" on a measure to spend unused money from the Paycheck Protection Proram.
Odds are diminishing for a coronavirus relief package before November as Democrats and Senate Republicans lambasted the Trump administration's plan.
The indoor event reportedly took place in May when state orders limited gatherings to 10 people, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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