"Today we proclaim that America will never be a socialist or communist country," Trump said during an event at the White House.
"If you believe 22 percent is herd immunity, I believe you're alone in that," Fauci told the Republican senator.
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Governor Larry Hogan said pushing through Trump's nominee would be "a mistake," adding that the Senate shouldn't play "partisan games" with the process.
On Twitter, the comedian claimed that members of the president's administration are giving stories about her to the tabloid.
The United Steelworkers union contested that the phrasing of billboards seen in Indiana which called for the re-election of Donald Trump and the local GOP nominee for Congress was "misleading."
Twenty years after 9/11, the greatest threat to America are no longer jihadis, but far-right extremists. Biden must bring greater nuance, sophistication, and thoroughness to this long-term fight.
A coalition of grassroots groups in Florida looking to reach 3.5 million Black and Latino infrequent voters before Election Day is endorsing Joe Biden for president, Newsweek has learned.
Joe Biden's campaign dismissed the report as an attempt "to bail out Donald Trump's reelection campaign."
A trailer for the British sketch show sees a puppet of Trump declare: "My puppet is going to be the best puppet and I love it"
According to the poll, 51 percent of likely voters in Florida said they'd vote for Trump, while 47 percent chose the former vice president. In Arizona, the poll found Trump with an even smaller lead, as 49 percent chose the Republican, compared with 48 percent that sided with Biden.
The president's choice could be utilized to boost his re-election hopes as he campaigns ahead of November's vote.
The Protecting Our Democracy Act would strengthen Congress' power and oversight of the Executive Branch while curtailing a president's authority and potential abuses of power.
A majority of Americans are also concerned that President Trump is trying to get a vaccine released too quickly to bolster his re-election chances.
The widow of former GOP nominee Sen. John McCain shared why she will be endorsing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
Some internet preachers have described Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death as an opportunity to shift the balance on the Supreme Court, potentially putting the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling in jeopardy.
Cindy McCain said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden lives by her and her late husband's values.
Sister Simone Campbell says the president and attorney general William Barr should not have been invited to the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.
Speaking about recent protests sweeping the country, the president said: 'They're walking up there like 30 cans of soup. They have like 25 cans of tuna.'
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, could face being eliminated by the Supreme Court, with Democrats suggesting another Trump-picked justice makes this more likely.
The president relies on McConnell, Graham and a few others to help him keep his campaign promise to fill the federal courts with conservative judges. Now they're determined to appoint a third SCOTUS justice.
Trump's appearance at the event comes at a crucial point in his re-election campaign, with less than 50 days remaining until the November 3 election date.
Trump renewed his narrative against the U.S. press at a campaign ralley in Pennsylvania, saying that it's a "beautiful sight" when journalists are removed from broadcasts.
Representing New Jersey's second congressional district, Van Drew trails Democrat Amy Kennedy, according to a survey by Public Policy Polling.
"My supporters are very smart," President Donald Trump said. "A lot of them wear masks and some don't."
"As soon as I did that, things went through the roof," President Donald Trump said. "It was amazing how important it was."
McConnell said the Senate has an "obligation" to fill the vacant seat.
"Americans should be taught to take PRIDE in our Great Country," President Donald Trump tweeted, "and if you don't, there's nothing in it for you!"