While still recovering from his symptoms after contracting the coronavirus, the former business mogul refuses to shut his operation down and took to the social media network.

As evidenced by the Tuesday night (Sept. 29) debate, Trump didn't appear to be concerned with facts, quelling racial conflict concerns, and disrespected Biden in the testy back and forth verbal battle.

When pressed to condemn extremist white supremacist groups during the debate, Trump fired back with, "Proud Boys, stand back and stand by! But I’ll tell you what, somebody’s got to do something about Antifa and the left."

According to a file obtained by UK's Channel 4, 3.5 million Black Americans were listed as "deterrence" in the campaign's database

In an exclusive New York Times report, the former businessman didn't pay taxes for 10 out of the previous 15 years of his last reported tax payment.

The former lieutenant governor of Maryland and former RNC chairperson has had enough of President Donald Trump and his followers turning a blind eye to wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In an interview with New York Times, the 55-year-old comedian and 'Fargo' actor stated that the Democratic Party's aims in getting President Donald Trump impeached took the focus off the growing pandemic.


We're just gonna go out on a limb on blame it on Yeezus. Why not? DaBaby did throw his support behind Kanye's presidential bid not too long ago and given Kanye's determination to help Cheeto Jesus stay in the White House, it's not outside the realm of possibility that he'd slip the Trump administration DaBaby's math. Just sayin.'

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is among the first to call out the disastrous handling of the pandemic under the current administration.

CNN aired a segment on Friday that's sure to get under his skin after the network pulled up the former business mogul's actions after 9/11 on the anniversary of the fateful day.

Now, it appears that the very privileged former business mogul doesn't believe white privilege to be a real thing.

Using the power of his office to halt "critical race theory" and "white privilege" from antiracism training modules, the Office of Management and Budget will no longer fund programs the president sees as anti-American.