But forthcoming legislation in the Senate could force Biden's hand.
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The announcement comes hours after aide Hope Hicks also tested positive.
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President Donald Trump announced a significant escalation of his administration's conflict with the Chinese government—a conflict that is increasingly looking less like a trade war and more like a cold war.
Officials in six Pennsylvania counties say they will allow businesses to reopen without permission from the state government. Expect more of that.
The Trump Administration Presents a False Choice Between Current COVID-19 Control Measures and 'No Intervention'
The real action in the coming months lies between those two extremes.
The White House has issued new 15-day guidelines for slowing the spread of the coronavirus. The president implied at a press conference that crisis measures could be needed for much longer.
The administration also plans to move $2.2 billion originally earmarked for purchasing vehicles, ships, and aircraft to cover wall construction costs.
And whether it balances at all depends on some creative accounting. Meanwhile, it proposes $2 billion in new spending on the border wall.
This deal offers minimal relief for Americans, and it doesn't seem to address the thorniest issues between the two countries.
Peter Navarro also said Americans wouldn't pay the costs of Trump's tariffs, a claim that seems to be equally fabricated.
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Peter Navarro Says the 'Data' Show Americans Aren't Paying Trump's Tariffs. In Fact, They Show the Opposite.
Tariffs are taxes on imports that translate into higher prices for American businesses and consumers.
The embattled press secretary will return to Arkansas, according to President Donald Trump.
Forget about Donald Trump and the Mueller report and think about all the little (and not-so-little) people who get crushed by the feds.
Want to know what federal agencies are telling the White House about marijuana legalization? Too bad. It's secret.
Trump's fast-food feast at the White House earned jeers, then backlash to the jeers. But who cares? This is comedy gold.
Trump's chief of staff was there to add a veneer of respectability to some of the president's worst positions.
That could be dangerous for the policy's chances of success, as has been the case on other key policy issues during the Trump era.
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Rosenstein was not happy with how Trump handled the James Comey firing.
Rand Paul betrays his civil libertarian principles when he calls for using junk science to ferret out disloyalty.
Anonymous White House Official Says Trump Doesn't Care About 'Free Minds, Free Markets' or 'Free People'
The anonymous author says there's a "quiet resistance within the administration."
In his new book, Bob Woodward reportedly reveals a "nervous breakdown" inside the White House, with an unhinged president at the center of the mess.
First Melania Trump, now Stephen Miller.
Publishing readouts of the president's calls with foreign leaders has been a common practice for Republican and Democratic administrations-until now.
'Tariffs Are the Greatest,' Trump Proclaims, as White House Begins Subsidizing Farmers Harmed by Tariffs
Tariffs are so great that we have to create new government programs to compensate the victims of tariffs.
Kind of a self-defeating way to react
President Trump might soon be hiring his third chief of staff.
For starters, don't describe the audience as incest survivors.
Obama's shamefully weak stab at transparency has been abandoned.
Wolf's White House-focused hostility was a hell of a lot healthier than the smug chumminess that usually prevails at the annual journalist gathering.
Michelle Wolf's jokes weren't particularly funny or offensive, but they-and the media's outraged reaction-belie an event whose best days were long ago.
It's all a matter of the suddenly important "security clearance."
Porter's record of domestic abuse elicited scant notice or concern from his superiors.
Trump says he's inclined to do so, but letter expresses concerns about "sensitive passages."
Trump tried to force end of Russian investigation back in June.
Hints at actual policy plans.
How a billionaire rode a rising tide of populism to the White House.
Following hour long town hall pushing opioid use hysteria
Beware assuming this means the administration is pro-encryption.