- President Donald Trump plans to hold an outdoor event at the White House on Saturday with hundreds of people in attendance, even though he hasn’t released a negative test for COVID-19, ABC News and The New York Times reported.
- The outlets said Trump would address a crowd gathered on the
October 12, 2020 — Just 8 days after President Donald Trump announced he had tested positive for COVID-19, he welcomed hundreds to the South Lawn of the White House, reassuring them of his recovery. A close-up of his right hand, shown in an AP pool photograph from the Saturday event,
President Donald Trump on Saturday made his first public appearance after being hospitalized for the coronavirus, defying public health guidelines to speak to a crowd of hundreds even as the White House refused to declare that he was not contagious.
Trump took off a mask moments after he emerged on
President Donald Trump made his first public appearance on Saturday since returning from a three-day hospitalization for coronavirus, telling supporters at the White House that “through the power of American science and medicine, we will eradicate” the virus “once and for all.”
“Thank you all for the prayers,”
President Trump is planning to host up to 2,000 people on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday for his first in-person event since he announced he had tested positive for the coronavirus, three people familiar with the plans said on Friday, and his campaign announced that he
WASHINGTON, DC — On Saturday, President Donald Trump is planning to hold his first in-person event since testing positive for the coronavirus.
Two weeks after the Rose Garden event that is now considered a “superspreader,” Trump is planning to convene another large crowd outside the White House for an event
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President Trump, in his first televised interview since he announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, said Friday night that he was
- Trump had wanted to start campaigning again this weekend, 10 days after his COVID-19 diagnosis
- Doctors warn patients in the second week of the disease can take a rapid turn for the worse
- Trump has exhibited a cavalier attitude toward the disease that has killed more than 213,000
The White House is set to host “Fall Garden Tours” for lawmakers and the public this season to show off the newly renovated Rose Garden.
The tours will be hosted Oct. 17 and Oct. 18, even after more than 20 staffers, journalists, allies of the administration and GOP lawmakers tested
- President Donald Trump plans to hold an outdoor event at the White House on Saturday with hundreds of people in attendance, even though he hasn’t released
The Rose Garden repairs come just weeks after the White House completed a major and controversial renovation of the garden intended, in part, to improve drainage.
WASHINGTON — Editor’s Note: The video above is Melania Trump’s RNC speech from the White House Rose Garden on Aug. 25, 2020.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Rose Garden has been a muddy mess and the South Lawn marred by brown patches since President Donald Trump used them as backdrops for last month’s Republican National Convention.
Both are undergoing extensive re-sodding as crews work to repair the damage, which was clearly visible this
WASHINGTON (AP) — Masks were rarely spotted in the West Wing. Crowds of people gathered shoulder to shoulder on the White House South Lawn. And Air Force One streaked across the sky from one massive campaign rally to another.
With ready access to testing and the best public health minds
Golden autumn sunshine shone down on Washington on Saturday to illuminate a US capital upended as Donald Trump began his first full day in hospital battling coronavirus amid a presidential election thrown into chaos.
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The White House has run up a reportedly hefty bill to repair damage to its lawn after it was used for last month’s Republican National Convention.
The famous Rose Garden and South Lawn are undergoing extensive re-turfing as crews work to repair the damage – at cost of $79,675 (£61,504),
The White House is opening its grounds for its annual fall garden tours amid the coronavirus pandemic, giving socially distanced visitors a first look at the Rose Garden’s recent makeover.
The free tours will be held on Oct. 17
This fall, the White House will open its gardens and grounds to visitors. The grounds will be open on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM, and Sunday, October 18, from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Visitors will have the opportunity to discover firsthand the beauty of
Crews have been hard at work at the White House to replace sod on the South Lawn and in the Rose Garden that was damaged during the Republican National Convention last month.
President Trump’s re-election campaign is paying for the repairs, The Washington Post reports, and White House spokesman Judd
On Aug. 27, Trump delivered his address formally accepting the Republican nomination on the South Lawn before an estimated 1,500 supporters seated on chairs. The president spoke from an enormous stage built in front of the South Portico of the White House. It was flanked by massive television screens and
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Rose Garden has been a muddy mess and the South Lawn