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Former intelligence officials worry Trump debt is counterintelligence risk

Some former intelligence officials are saying the alleged $421 million of debt owed by President Trump over the next four years could pose national security risks, Time magazine reported Tuesday. Officials told Time that Trump, who the New… Source: The Hill

Trump called evangelical pastors 'hustlers': report

President Trump allegedly called evangelical pastors “hustlers” in a 2015 conversation with his then-lawyer Michael Cohen, The Atlantic reported on Tuesday.Cohen told the magazine that Trump made the comments after reading an article about pastor… Source: The Hill

Census Bureau intends to wrap up count on Oct. 5 despite judge's order

The Census Bureau announced on Monday that it intends to wrap up its count on Oct. 5, despite a judge’s order to continue the census through the end of October.Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross declared that Oct. 5 was the “target date” to finish self-… Source:…

Trump tax reveal roils presidential race

An explosive report on President Trump’s tax returns has roiled the presidential race as Democrat Joe Biden and Trump get ready to debate for the first time on Tuesday night.The White House aggressively sought to push back on the report in The New… Source: The…

Trump announces plan to distribute 100M rapid COVID-19 tests to states

President Trump on Monday announced a plan to distribute 100 million rapid COVID-19 tests to states by the end of the year, strongly urging governors to use them to help schools reopen. The Abbott tests, which are cheaper and faster than lab… Source: The Hill

Five takeaways from NYT Trump taxes bombshell

The New York Times on Sunday published a groundbreaking look into President Trump’s finances based on more than a decade of tax documents closely guarded by the president.The bombshell report shed new light onto how Trump reportedly used his… Source: The Hill

Trump dismisses New York Times report on taxes as 'fake news'

President Trump on Sunday dismissed a New York Times investigation that found he paid $750 a year in income taxes in 2016 and 2017 as “fake news.” “It’s totally fake news,” Trump told reporters at a press conference when asked about the news… Source: The Hill

Trump says Christie, Giuliani assisting debate prep

President Trump said Sunday that his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) are assisting him in preparing for the upcoming presidential debate against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. “We had a little… Source: The Hill

Trump didn't pay income tax for 10 of 15 years before 2016 election: NYT

President Trump paid no income taxes for 10 of the 15 years before he was elected president, with his income tax payments in 2016 and 2017 amounting to just $750, according to The New York Times, which obtained the president’s tax information for… Source: The…

Meadows: 'There are different degrees of confidence' in FBI director

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that “there are different degrees of confidence” in FBI Director Christopher Wray among Cabinet members after Wray testified before Congress that he has not seen evidence of widespread… Source: The Hill

Trump renews call for pre-debate 'drug test'

President Trump on Sunday again suggested that he and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should be tested for drugs before the upcoming debate between the two candidates. Trump, who has sought to make Biden’s age and mental… Source: The Hill

Trump suggests Supreme Court nominee would tip panel against Roe v. Wade

President Trump said it’s “possible” his conservative Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett could tip the court against the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion rights by allowing states to decide whether to ban abortion. “It’s certainly… Source: The Hill

Biden says voters should choose who nominates Supreme Court justice

Democratic nominee Joe Biden said Saturday that voters should decide who nominates the next Supreme Court justice to replace the vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “The American people know the U.S. Supreme Court decisions affect their… Source: The Hill