Longer-term trends show that President Donald Trump’s approval ratings continue to slide. In August, the president’s approval rating slipped to 42% from 43% in July. Fifty-seven percent disapproved of his job performance in August, compared to no changes from July.
People testing positive for hookworm, an intestinal parasite that is only found in areas of extreme poverty, is thriving in the United States, the wealthiest country in the world. While hookworm, or Necator americanus, is a tropical disease that is often associated with the developing world of sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, it is currently rampant (more…)
Trump Calls on Congress to Replace Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program The Donald Trump administration confirmed on Tuesday morning that it plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was introduced five years ago by former President Barack Obama.
Political Divisions Between Americans Growing Under Trump President Donald Trump blames the media for fueling a political divide between Americans and, perhaps ironically, Americans are divided in their support for his statement.
A Recently Leaked Discussion Between the President And Key Advisors Exposes Internal Strife President Donald Trump made himself clear in one of his first meetings with his new chief of staff, John Kelly, where he repeatedly demanded that he wanted tariffs imposed against China, claiming that “globalists” in the room and others were against the (more…)
Rex Tillerson Says “President Speaks for Himself” The political differences between U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and President Donald Trump have worsened, as Tillerson increasingly distances himself from Trump. After Steve Bannon, could Tillerson be the next one out the door of the Trump administration?
Bipartisan political bickering in Washington is to be expected, but the war of words and political discord between President Trump and his party is escalating at an unprecedented speed. In a series of tweets Thursday morning, President Trump blamed Republican leaders for legislative fights on the debt ceiling and the potential shutdown of the federal (more…)
When it came to global goodwill, it was always a fight between the U.S. and Russia. But those days appear to be over—not because the U.S. is running away with the popularity contest, but because China is now in the running as the most favored world power.
Political discord in Washington is causing the U.S. dollar to lose its value as economists question the likelihood that the Trump administration will be able to pass any tax form-related legislation. And it could get worse; this is also generating uncertainty on the stock market, which could put an end to the bull market.