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NBC News 8 Apr 2020

Trump Responds To Sanders Dropping Out, Shades Obama For Not Supporting Biden


President Trump responded to Sen. Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential election, adding commentary to his strategy to stay on the ballot to collect delegates. The president also made allusions to why former President Obama has not publicly endorsed former Vice President Biden.

During a roundtable with restaurant and industry leaders, President Trump responded to news that Attorney General Bill Barr said that former President Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden would probably not be subject to criminal investigations.
President Trump responded to a question about Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's potential misuse of government resources.
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President Donald Trump said Monday he preferred for government employees to wash Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's dishes if his wife or child weren't present, to allow him to do his work.

The president was responding to a question about Pompeo recommending that Trump fire a State Department inspector general who was investigating Pompeo's potential misuse of government resources.
President Trump responded to people criticizing him over golfing in a tweet. #FoxNews
In remarks to the Senate floor, Sen. Chuck Schumer blasted Vice President Mike Pence for not leading by example in the face of the Coronavirus, as well as calling for racial justice.

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