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Associated Press 22 May 2020

At soggy WH, Trump urges bikers to remember Nov. 3

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Election day 2020 was clearly on Donald Trump's mind as he welcomed motorcyclists to the White House Friday. After the bikers rode around the South Lawn, the president implored them to "get all those cycles going," to support him on November 3rd. (May 22)


USPS continues to struggle financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic and could be declaring bankruptcy. One America's Stephanie Myers spoke with Ross Marchand, the director of policy at Taxpayers Protection Alliance, who discussed potential changes to one of America's oldest government agencies.
The White House is calling on Americans to adhere to social distancing guidelines as the number of coronavirus cases in the country continues to rise. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN to talk about the latest.
An official portrait unveiling for former President Barack Obama at the White House isn't expected to occur anytime soon as his successor, President Donald Trump, accuses him of unsubstantiated and unspecified crimes.
NBC News first reported on the apparent end of a long tradition of first-term presidents hosting their immediate predecessor at the White House to unveil an official portrait. People familiar with the matter said such an event wasn't currently on the calendar -- and may not occur at all while Trump remains in office.
An administration official said there have been some discussions between the White House and Obama's team to hang the portrait but no date was ever officially scheduled.

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President Trump has repeatedly claimed powers he doesn't have and has threatened actions without following through on them.

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