Trump reelection rallies and car convoys spring up nationwide, even without President Trump.
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Postmaster General Louis Dejoy, derided by Democrats as a mere Trump crony, cancels long-planned USPS cost-cutting reforms to please Democrats who claim President Trump plans to delay mail-in ballots to rescue his doomed reelection campaign. Meanwhile, John Ratzenberger, who played Cliff Clavin on ‘Cheers’, offers his own Postal Service rescue plan.
Nearly a week after Israeli and the United Arab Emirates announce full diplomatic relations in a document dubbed The Abraham Accords, a Trump-brokered deal that even Joe Biden hailed as historic, gets greeted by the major American news media with…crickets.
A California judge denies a petition to extend a stay for Uber and Lyft to fight implementation of AB5 — the union-penned law pushed by Rep. Lorena Gonzalez that essentially bans freelancers, contract workers, and therefore, ride-sharing services.