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Trump Plans Farewell

Trump Plans Farewell At Joint Base Andrews On Tuesday

President Donald Trump is planning a departure on Tuesday and could leave Washington on the morning of Wednesday that is the Inauguration Day. Trump has already made clear that he isn’t going to attend President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration scheduled on the coming Wednesday.

Donald Trump’s farewell

A farewell for President Donald Trump is planned outside Washington at Joint Base Andrews where Air Force One is headquartered. The farewell will be attended by close aides and well-wishers. From there Trump will fly to Palm Beach, Florida for post-presidency. He will stay put at his Mar-a-Lago club and work with the help of a handful of White House aides.

Trump Plans Farewell

Advice for President Trump

The Republican president has been advised to host a White House meeting for President-elect Joe Biden ahead of the Inauguration Day ceremony but Trump is yet to take a call on this advice. According the sources, Donald Trump isn’t expected to follow the advice. He has already made his mind to skip the Inauguration Day and move ahead to strengthen is post-presidency life.

Donald Trump could issue more pardons

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Trump Feels COVID-19 Be Treated With Hydroxychloroquine

President Donald Trump has gut feeling that a malaria drug could work to treat people with COVID-19. But his advisor Dr Anthony Fauci is politely denying Trump’s claim. Fauci is top infectious disease expert of the government.

Trump’s claim about a malaria drug

Donald Trump, during a television interview, claimed that he had gut feeling that that malaria drug hydroxychloroquine could be an answer to coronavirus that had been shutting countries down across the globe. But his advisor Fauci countered his claim by saying that the drug Trump was referring to was anecdotal.

Dr Anthony Fauci denies Trump

As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at NIH, Fauci has 30-year experience in dealing with diseases including HIV, SARS, MERS, Ebola and the novel coronavirus. Fauci said that there was no medicine available to treat COVID-19.

Fauci said that Food and Drug Administration was looking for a way to use the said drug for emergency use but in a controlled manner to get data about its safety and efficacy. He said that for any drug to be qualified for a specific … Read the rest

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Trump Decorates Retired Four-Star General With Medal Of Freedom

US President Donald Trump decorated the retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane with the highest civilian honour at a White House ceremony. He called the Army veteran a “visionary,” a “brilliant strategist” and a “fearless patriot.”

Trump showered praises over Jack Keane

The president said that in 2006, Jack helped engineer the surge that stabilized the deteriorating situation in Iraq. Also, that Jack had continued to offer his sage counsel to military and policy leaders by visiting the troops in the frontiers.

Gen. Jack Keane

Born in Manhattan, New York, Jack Keane attended the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and the Army War College in Pennsylvania. The 77-year-old General started as a paratrooper during the Vietnam War and later served in Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia and Kosovo.

In 1991, Jack Keane helped saved former Army Gen. David Petraeus when he was shot during a live-fire exercise. Petraeus later became director of CIA. Also, Keane also directed 1.5 million soldiers and civilians in 120 countries in the capacity of chief operating officer of the Army for more than four years.

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Trump Replaces His Chief Of Staff Amid Coronavirus Crisis

US President Donald Trump replaced his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney with Republican Rep. Mark Meadows. While the administration was focused on the coronavirus threat, Trump surprised the country with the administrative reshuffle.

Chief of staff of President Trump

The existing chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was made the special envoy to Northern Ireland in Friday night administrative reshuffle. He thanked Mulvaney for managing administrative responsibilities. But this move was rumoured for a long time as Trump was pulling all his loyalists and allies ahead of the presential election.

Mick Mulvaney

Mulvaney had been at the forefront of the administration’s interagency response to the coronavirus threat until Trump asked the Vice President Mike Pence to lead the whole-of-government effort more than a week ago.

Mulvaney’s relationship with Trump began to sour soon after he assumed responsibility of chief of staff in December 2018. Also, Trump had been eying the change for many months but he kept silent until the impeachment saga was over to change his chief of staff.

Mark Meadows

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Why Is Trump Excited About Visiting India?

US President Donald Trump said that he was willing to sign a trade pact with India during his visit to New Delhi on February 24 and 25. He is coming on the invitation of Narendra Modi and Modi assured that Trump’s visit would be a very special one in establishing the Indo-US friendship.

Indo-US trade deal

India is demanding certain benefits like exemption from high duties, resumption of export benefits and greater market access for its domestic products. The US also wants greater access for its products and cut on import duties. It also raised concerns over high trade deficit with India. It was $16.9 billion in 2018-19.

PM Modi tweeted for Trump

Modi said that India and US shared a common commitment to democracy and pluralism. The further said that a robust friendship between India and US isn’t good only for the citizens of both countries but for the world.

Past meetings of Modi and Trump

Modi and Trump have developed a personal rapport over the three years. In 2019, they met a record four times and it includes the historic joint summit before a strong 50k audience of … Read the rest

Trump Unhappy Over 50% Reduction On Import Tariff on American Motorcycles By India

US President Donald Trump said that India’s move to reduce the import tariff on American motorcycles from 100 to 50 isn’t acceptable to the U.S. administration that has freed Indian motorcycles from import duties.

He called Indian PM Narendra Modi a friend and appreciated that his Indian counterpart reduced the tariff on one phone call but it is still unacceptable to Americans that want it to be zero.

It is to be noted that earlier the import tariff on American motorcycles was 100% but it was reduced to 50% by PM Narendra Modi.

Trump stressed his good relations with Narendra Modi but said that the Americans can’t be fooled. He underlined that the U.S. administration under his leadership is ready to work with India to reduce the import tariff on American motorcycles.

The US President stressed on the point that the U.S. government stands at a trade deficit of USD 800 billion and reiterated his aim to reduce this deficit by taking tough measures.

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