It's part of a bigger effort to undo the ex-president's transphobic and regressive policies.
A report in the Atlantic has said multiple sources have verified claims that Donald Trump has made several disparaging comments about America’s war veterans who died or were captured, including late senator John McCain. The president has strenuously denied the claims.
The president allegedly made the comments in France in 2018 while speaking to his staff about US service members who'd died in World War I.
"The last thing I was going to do is 'fall' for the Fake News to have fun with," Trump tweeted.
Iran is vowing retaliation, but it's unclear what form that might take and what its consequences might be.
The US military has dug up a farmer’s field in Essex. They’re searching for the remains of a Second World War airman, who has been unaccounted for since his aircraft crash-landed on June 4, 1944. His mission was to bomb a bridge in Nazi-occupied France.
270,000 users downloaded compromised app, according to Facebook.
The sci-fi proposal is being treated like a comedy.
Just like Emmanuel Macron's – only bigger.
And it looks like he’s going to get it.