John Bolton denies claim Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France: 'Simply false'
Former national security adviser John Bolton disputed the main thesis of The Atlantic's recent report alleging that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France, calling the claim "simply false" in an appearance on "The Story" Monday. "According to what that article said, the president made disparaging remarks about soldiers and people buried in the cemetery in connection with the decision for him not to go to the ceremony that was planned that afternoon, and that was simply false," Bolton said. "I don't know who told the author that, but that was false."
US Marshals rescue 8 'highly endangered' missing children in Indiana during 'Operation Homecoming'
U.S. Marshals have found 72 missing children in the past two weeks
American Airlines Will Permit Flight Attendants To Wear BLM Pins. Some Employees Are Furious.
On Sunday, American Airlines (AA) announced flight attendants will be permitted to wear “Black Lives Matter” pins on their uniform, an announcement that engendered anger among some of its employees.
CURL: Biden Flip-Flops After Admitting National Mask Mandate Plan Is Unconstitutional, Now Says He Won’t Do It
“Every single American should be wearing a mask when they’re outside for the next three months at a minimum — every governor should mandate mandatory mask wearing. The estimates by the experts are that it will save over 40,000 lives in the next three months. Forty thousand lives, if people act responsibly,” Biden said last month. “Let’s institute a mask mandate nationwide starting immediately, and we will save lives.”
But that was then. Now, Biden’s backtracking. Seems there’s this pesky thing called the Constitution. “Here’s the deal, the federal government… there’s a constitutional issue whether the federal government could issue such a mandate, I don’t think constitutionally they could, so I wouldn’t issue a mandate,” Biden on Sunday told Dennis Welch, political editor of the Arizona’s Family publication and host of “Politics Unplugged.”
The Trump Economic Recovery Is Happening Faster Than Analysts Expected
We learned last week that the economy had added 1.4 million jobs in August, meaning the economy had recovered nearly half of all jobs lost during the pandemic. Before August the economy added a combined 9.4 million jobs from May through July.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Fox News Sunday that President Trump “couldn’t be more pleased” with the progress of the recovery so far, and said that some are predicting 30-35% GDP growth in the third quarter.