The $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief package approved by the Senate will breeze through the House in a “strong, bipartisan” vote on Friday, according to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, meaning President Donald Trump will likely be able to sign the enormous bill into law by the weekend.“We will have a victory tomorrow for America’s workers,” Pelosi, who was celebrating her 80th birthday, told reporters at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. “We’ll bring the bill to the floor. It will pass. It will pass with strong, bipartisan support.”The House is expected to consider the economic stimulus measure — the larges…
WATCH: Bob Woodward grilled on HBO about Trump supporters being disconnected from reality on COVID
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward was taken to task for failing to warn Americans that Donald Trump's public statements on coronavirus were the exact opposite of what he actually believed.
Axios reporter Jonathan Swan interviewed Woodwood on "Axios on HBO" for an episode that aired on Monday.
Swan noted Woodward recorded Trump admitting that COVID was dangerous on March 19th, but instead of immediately warning America by publishing the bombshell, he saved it for his book Rage -- which was published on September 15th.
Woodward claimed that the world already knew the facts on coronavirus by the 19th of March, but Swan pushed back and pointed out that many of Trump's supporters ignore reality and instead trust Trump -- even when his views are not backed up by science or reality.
‘It was all a hoax’: NYT destroys Trump’s claims of business success — in second blockbuster on his taxes
President Donald Trump's tax returns have resulted in a second bombshell story by The New York Times.
"From the back seat of a stretch limousine heading to meet the first contestants for his new TV show “The Apprentice,” Donald J. Trump bragged that he was a billionaire who had overcome financial hardship. 'I used my brain, I used my negotiating skills and I worked it all out,” he told viewers. “Now, my company is bigger than it ever was and stronger than it ever was.' It was all a hoax," the newspaper reported Monday evening.
Trump campaign accused of ‘laundering’ 170 million — companies linked to Brad Parscale are implicated: report
The Trump campaign may be in legal hot water after a new complaint accused the organization of money laundering.
"The Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan campaign finance watchdog group, filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission Tuesday accusing the Trump campaign of “laundering” $170 million through numerous companies, some with connections to former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale," Forbes reported Monday.