"The check is there, the re-employment bonus is there," White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.
"Our scenario exercises did not end in good places, but important to note that this does not mean that there is something inevitable about chaos and constitutional crisis in the coming months," Professor Rosa Brooks said.
"We're testing more than any other country in the world," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday.
Speaking on the topic of cancel culture, McEnany said that "Paw Patrol" was cancelled and Lego City Police sales were stopped, despite the former still airing and the latter still being available for purchase.
The medal is the highest civilian award in the United States.
"The majority of Republicans are now no different than socialist Democrats when it comes to debt," Senator Rand Paul said.
The White House coronavirus response coordinator also said she felt assured that most people who catch the coronavirus amount an immune response and clear it.
"This bloodshed must end. This bloodshed will end," Trump said.
The current federal supplement to jobless benefits of $600 per week is slated to expire this weekend.
The political action committee called President Donald Trump's first coronavirus briefing in nearly three months "a Trump rally" after reports that no White House Coronavirus Task Force members are expected to attend the COVID-19 update.
The president resumes coronavirus briefings for the first time in nearly 3 months as COVID-19 cases across the country rise and his poll ratings fall.
A $400 billion allotment for a second round of stimulus checks is an increase from the first round of checks sent out under the CARES Act.
One "very important" element is a payroll tax holiday, the president said, and the White House is working toward including it in a new bill.
South Korea now has 13,771 confirmed virus infections, while the U.S. has more than 3.7 million.
"[The next stimulus package] will make sure moms and dads don't have to worry about the safety of their children who are going back to schools," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
"You said we had the worst mortality rate in the world ... and we have the best," the president said.
Trump's top trade adviser criticised Fauci in a USA Today article.
During an hour-long interview due to air on Sunday, the president was quickly rebuffed by the interviewer.
President Donald Trump and his allies spent the week highlighting his support for law enforcement—attempting to draw a contrast with Democratic rival Joe Biden in a race that's been drastically altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
"The science is on our side here. And we encourage for localities and states to just simply follow the science, open our schools," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday.
As the coronavirus has stifled his ability to hold massive campaign rallies, President Donald Trump doubled down on Thursday with a second campaign-laden speech on the White House grounds in a week.
The CNN host was visibly angered by the food products on President Donald Trump's desk which was shared on Instagram.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told Reuters that developing a coronavirus vaccine was more important than the criticism he faced.
Dr. Anthony Fauci addressed recent criticisms of his COVID-19 guidance from White House officials in comments to "The Atlantic," published on Wednesday.
"These measures are essential for our economy to recover, avoid mass layoffs and protect millions of workers," the organizations wrote.
"I think you can anticipate this coming to a head sometime within the next three weeks, beginning next week," the Senate majority leader said.
The cartoon depicted Fauci as "Dr. Faucet" and suggested that he be "shut off."
If the Trump administration wants an economic relief package costing $1 trillion, stimulus checks could eat into a large portion of that budget.
Like Huawei before it, TikTok has been flagged as a national security concern by elected officials who have called for investigations into how it handles U.S. user data.