(WASHINGTON) — Scores of retired military and defense leaders are denouncing President Donald Trump and accusing him of using the U.S. Armed Forces to undermine the rights of Americans protesting police
- TIME - Associated Press
- Refinery29 - Elly Belle
The world is full of surprises — and amidst President Donald Trump declaring martial law and employing the National Guard against protestors, even James Mattis, who resigned as secretary of defense in
- Salon - Roger Sollenberger
Protesters will meet President Donald Trump on his Friday afternoon visit to Maine, but Senator Susan Collins, caught in the middle of a hotly contested re-election race this fall, will not. Instead, embattled
- Guardian US - Martin Pengelly in New York
The former White House chief of staff John Kelly has said Americans should “look harder at who we elect” and questioned the character and ethics of Donald Trump, the president he served for several years.