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  • President Trump rips Harvard: “They ought to be ashamed of themselves”
    by The Hill on July 7, 2020 at 9:41 PM

    At the conclusion of today’s National Dialogue on Safely Reopening America’s Schools President Donald Trump took a swipe at Harvard for doing online classes for the year. “They ought to be ashamed of themselves,” Trump said. Harvard will offer all of its classes for the next school year online, even as some students will be allowed back on campus amid the coronavirus pandemic, the school said Monday. Harvard’s faculty of arts and sciences said Monday it is planning to bring up to 40 percent of undergraduate students to campus, including all freshmen for the fall semester. The university said in a statement it is also allowing “those who must be on campus to progress academically” to return in the fall as well. Harvard will, however, offer all course instruction for undergraduate and graduate courses in the next academic year online. “Students will learn remotely, whether or not they live on campus,” the nation’s oldest college said in a statement. Harvard said its priority “at this time” is to bring seniors back to campus.

  • President Trump participates in a National Dialogue on Safely Reopening America’s Schools | FULL
    by The Hill on July 7, 2020 at 8:42 PM

    Today, President Donald . Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence, “will lead a roundtable discussion on the Safe Reopening of America’s Schools. They will be joined by several Administration officials, education professionals, teachers, and students from around the country to discuss best practices to reopen schools safely with respect to the holistic health and continued learning of America’s students,” according to the White House. The following individuals are expected to attend: President Donald J. Trump First Lady Melania Trump Vice President Mike Pence Second Lady Karen Pence Kellyanne Conway, Assistant to the President & Senior Counselor Brooke Rollins, Assistant to the President & Acting Director of the Domestic Policy Council Ambassador Deborah Birx, M.D., White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Kristan Nevins, Assistant to the President & Cabinet Secretary Emma Doyle, Assistant to the President & Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy, Office of the First Lady Doug Hoelscher, Deputy Assistant to the President & Director of Intergovernmental Affairs William Crozer, Special Assistant to the President & Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Nicholas Pottebaum, Special Assistant to the President & Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs James Redstone, Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy Tucker Obenshain, Associate Director of External Affairs, Office of the Vice President Secretary Betsy DeVos, U.S. Department of Education Secretary Alex Azar, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Dr. Robert Redfield, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., Chairman, President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges & Universities Emily Dickens, Chief of Staff, President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges & Universities Frank Brogan, Assistant Secretary for Elementary & Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz, Assistant Secretary for Mental Health & Substance Use, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Governor Mike Parson, Missouri Penny Schwinn, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Education, Tennessee Lisa Piercey, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Health, Tennessee Dr. Sally Goza, President, American Academy of Pediatrics, Washington, D.C. Finis E. St. John IV, Chancellor, University of Alabama System, Alabama Dr. Sidney McPhee, President, Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee Dr. Sue Ellspermann, President, Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana Nicole Washington, Trustee, Florida A&M University, Florida Jeff Bearden, Superintendent, Forsyth County School District, Georgia Susan Albertson, Teacher, Blessed Sacrament School, Washington, D.C. Delanie McDonald, Student, Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee Nancy Aichholz, School Board President, Indian Hill School District, Ohio Patrick Daly, Principal, St. Vincent de Paul High School, California Bradley Weller, Teacher, Shippensburg Area School District, Pennsylvania Cathy Slusher, Parent, Harrisonburg, Virginia Jenny Beth Martin, Parent, Woodstock, Georgia Cameron Vaughn, Student, St. Vincent de Paul High School, California Margie Vandeven, Commissioner, Missouri Department of Education Stephen Smith, Chairman, Middle Tennessee State Board of Trustees, Tennessee Phil Kerpen, President, American Commitment, Washington, D.C. Lisa Bricker, Teacher, Poudre School District, Colorado Adriana Rios, Teacher, St. Vincent de Paul High School, California Rafael Velez, Parent Board Chairman, St. Vincent de Paul High School, California Macie Clements, Student, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Virginia Nicole Martin, Student, Etowah High School, Georgia Nicholas Martin, Student, Etowah High School, Georgia

  • Kellyanne Conway responds to Mary Trump book
    by The Hill on July 7, 2020 at 8:20 PM

    At a press gaggle, Kellyanne Conway responded to Mary Trump’s book, slammed Joe Biden, and fielded questions about the Coronavirus.

  • Poll DISMANTLES belief that Americans view coronavirus pandemic as over
    by The Hill on July 7, 2020 at 7:30 PM

    On today’s What America’s Thinking, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds a vast majority of voters believe either we’re still experiencing the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic or that a second wave is likely to come. Just 5% of voters in the poll say a second wave is unlikely. Mallory Newall, Director of Research at Ipsos, joins Hill TV to explain public opinion on the issue. This survey was conducted online within the United States from July 3-4, 2020 among 933 registered voters by HarrisX. The sampling margin of error of this poll is plus or minus 3.2 percentage points. The results reflect a nationally representative sample of registered voters. Results were weighted for age within gender, region, race/ethnicity, income, political party, and education where necessary to align them with their actual proportions in the population. Links to referenced surveys: Ipsos poll: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us/news-polls/axios-ipsos-coronavirus-index

  • JUST IN: Kayleigh McEnany responds to Mary Trump book
    by The Hill on July 7, 2020 at 7:07 PM

    White House Press Sec. Kayleigh McEnany responds to Mary Trump book.