Parents separated from their children by the Trump administration are now eligible to be reunited inside the United States.
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Trump and former first lady Melania Trump got the COVID-19 vaccine at the White House, according to multiple reports.
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Democratic efforts to salvage the wage increase with a new tax plan collapsed over the weekend as Senate Democrats gear up to pass the stimulus bill.
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Biden's White House has essentially leaned on the importance of the diplomatic relationship with Saudi Arabia in defense of its actions.
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“Things are tenuous,” CDC director says, as experts fear a fourth surge.
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"We have to start breaking down barriers that have held people of color back and especially African-Americans who were enslaved," Richmond said.
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Donald Trump took credit for Mitch McConnell's re-election but prompted a round of jeers and boos from his supporters.
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Donald Trump has returned to the stage for the first time since leaving the White House, gracing a cheering crowd with a characteristically rambling, fib-laden and generally bonkers speech.The former president was speaking at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), a hotbed of right-wing and conservative politicians, pundits and supporters who lapped up every word he said.Taking the microphone as the crowd cheered wildly, Trump asked: “Do you miss me yet?”"Hello CPAC, do you miss me yet?"#CPAC2021#UncancelAmericapic.twitter.com/0bcILt0O52— CPAC 2021 (@CPAC) February 28, 2021Here’s what else happened...He’s still bitterTrump spent much of his 90-minute speech repeating his completely debunked claims that he did in fact win the 2020 presidential election. “I won the first one. We won the second,” he said. “What a disgrace to our country.”“We have a very sick and corrupt electoral process that has to be fixed immediately. This election was rigged. And the Supreme Court and other courts didn’t want to do anything about it.”Trump and his allies spent two months denying his election defeat, claiming without evidence it was the result of widespread voter fraud. Then his supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6 seeking to disrupt congressional certification of Biden’s win.He hinted at a returnWhile there have been rumours Trump could start his own political party, last night he gave no indication this would happen and instead claimed he could help Republicans to regain majorities in the US House of Representatives and Senate in 2022 congressional elections.What he didn’t highlight was that these majorities were lost while he lead the party.He said: “We’re not starting new parties. We have the Republican Party. It’s going to be united and be stronger than ever before. I am not starting a new party.“With your help, we will take back the House, we will win the Senate and then a Republican president will make a triumphant return to the White House. I wonder who will that be?“Who, who, who will that be, I wonder.”They might not want him back thoughCPAC polled those present on a number of topics including who they would vote for 2024 Republican presidential nominating race. Trump won with 55% of the vote, which isn’t as impressive as it first sounds. Veteran Republican operative Karl Rove, noting on Fox News that the CPAC crowd comprised “the truest Trump believers,” said that for him “to only get 55%” shows “he is losing strength because he’s not introducing something new.“He’s losing strength whether he recognises it.”The statueThe poll result is even more striking given the conference, held this year in Orlando instead of the Washington suburbs because of Covid-19 restrictions, was a tribute to Trump and Trumpism,There was even a golden Trump statue.Embarrassingly for Trump, it later transpired the statue was made  in Mexico, the country the former president repeatedly railed against during his time in the White House and blamed for the loss of American jobs.He had a go at Biden but only highlighted his own failingsTaking aim at the man who beat him in the election last year, Trump said: “Joe Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history.”Biden has spent the first month of his presidency tackling the coronavirus pandemic that ran out of control under Trump’s leadership and which has killed half a million Americans and counting.Recent Gallup polls have given Biden a job approval rating well past 50%. Trump never achieved above 49%.White House spokesperson Michael Gwin said after the speech: “While the GOP casts about for a path forward, President Biden is going to remain laser-focused on crushing the virus, re-opening schools, and getting Americans back to work.”Related...Sacha Baron Cohen's Golden Globes Acceptance Speech Was Every Bit As Cutting As You'd ExpectIt's Been One Year Since Trump Boasted 15 Covid Cases Would Soon Be 'Close To Zero'
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In his first major speech since leaving the White House last month, Trump again falsely said he won the 2020 election.
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"The time has come to break up big tech monopolies," Trump said, adding that states should sanction Twitter, Google, and Facebook over censorship.
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"Joe Biden and the Democrats are even pushing policies that would destroy women sports," Trump said.
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Trump said that the US has "gone from America first to America last" under Biden, a nod to the appeal of the former president's ideological worldview.
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"People stayed home," a staffer said. "Everything from food service to national security - if it could be done at home, it was done at home."
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"He'll be 78 years old. I don't think he'll be our nominee," GOP Rep. Bill Cassidy said about Donald Trump on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday.
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"We were all very flattered," a residence staffer said. "Usually we meet them in the first days or first weeks, but never in the first minutes."
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A Hyatt spokesperson said the chain is responsible for creating an inclusive environment for all guests.
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Biden and the Democrats have already addressed many big crises facing the country, but one needs his immediate attention: guns.
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"I would bet my house. My personal house. Don't tell my wife, but I will bet it," McCarthy said on Saturday to a CPAC crowd.
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Trump is expected to use his Florida speech to talk about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.
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Progressive lawmakers, including Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, blasted the administration's move to reopen the facility.
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