ABC's George StephanopoulosGeorge Robert StephanopoulosABC to host Trump town hall on September 15; Biden yet to respond Deputy campaign manager says Biden has not been tested for COVID-19 Meadows: Trump coronavirus therapeutic announcement intended to put the 'heat' on bureaucrats MORE asked Schumer on "This Week" whether the orders Trump signed after negotiations with Congress fell apart were legal. … [Read more...] about Schumer declines to say whether Trump executive orders are legal: They don’t ‘do the job’
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Option 3 is the most inventive, but could pay the greatest dividends. A Biden administration could use unspent funds to improve U.S. coordination with Mexico in securing the border and fighting organized crime. In essence, the administration would redirect TFF and counterdrug funds in ways that allowed DoD and DHS to offset the costs of improving security along Mexico’s southern borders, thus mitigating migrant flows closer to their source in the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Those same funds could also offset the costs of deepening collaboration with Mexico’s interior counterdrug efforts, reducing the northward flow of narcotics and relieving pressure on drug enforcement authorities at U.S. ports of entry. … [Read more...] about How would a Biden administration use Trump’s unspent wall money?
It also requires issuing new federal rules, a complex process that might not be done by Election Day. Determining prices paid by other countries could be challenging as negotiations between governments and drug makers often are kept confidential. … [Read more...] about Trump Signs New, Expanded Executive Order to Lower US Drug Prices
The executive order, signed by Trump on Jan. 27, barred people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States for at least 90 days; imposed a 120-day ban on refugees fleeing violence and persecution; and indefinitely suspended U.S. admission of refugees from Syria. It drew immediate and widespread criticism, prompting thousands of people to protest the policy at airports around the world. Trump has said the policy is necessary for the nation’s security. … [Read more...] about Biotech executives join call against Trump travel ban
As a randomly selected panel of judges were set to hear arguments inside the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit regarding the future of President Trump’s travel ban Tuesday, a small, but rowdy group of protesters beat the pavement wet from the day’s rain. … [Read more...] about Protestors gather at SF court as judges decide Trump’s travel ban