Fauci is not quite a hagiography of “America’s doctor,” but it comes close. It ignores or twists the flaws in his responses to both AIDS and COVID-19.
The president also revoked his predecessor’s authorization of harsh prison sentences for those who vandalize monuments.
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The art dealer, who runs a blue-chip gallery in Manhattan, operated a multi-million dollar gambling ring out of his apartment at Trump Tower in Midtown.
The order also decrees new monuments for figures such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Alex Trebek, and Aretha Franklin.
The protest balloon, which depicts the outgoing US president as a disgruntled infant, has toured the world since it was unveiled in 2018.
The most incandescent of invectives now feel like simple statements of fact.
A stuffed bird, a framed photograph of Trump with the Chinese president, and a bust of Abraham Lincoln were some of the items that were seen carried out of the White House after the president’s second impeachment.
A tweet from last summer in which Trump authorizes “up to 10 years in prison” for anyone who vandalizes or destroys federal property has resurfaced as a bitter reminder of his bias against progressive activists.
For Trump’s final Thanksgiving ceremony, it’s unclear who should be pardoning who.
Ronald S. Lauder, honorary chairman of the Museum of Modern Art’s board of trustees, and Stephen Schwarzman, a trustee at the Frick Collection, both donated significant sums to Trump’s reelection campaign according to Forbes.
The digital rendering, made by an anonymous New York-based architect, is complete with a COVID memorial, jail cells, and disinformation.