David Jackson, Enquirer

David Jackson

Enquirer

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Enquirer
  • USA TODAY
  • The Des Moines Register
  • The Tennessean
Past:
  • Daily Record
  • North Jersey News
  • The News Leader
  • The Courier-Journal
  • The Greenville News
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • The Clarion-Ledger
  • Detroit Free Press
  • delawareonline
  • Indianapolis Star
  • and more…

Recent articles by David:

'It's time to do it': Trump vows to put 'a lot of pressure' on governors to reopen schools this fall

Donald Trump's push to reopen schools comes amid a nationwide debate over whether it's safe for children to return to the classroom amid coronavirus. → Read More

'Far beyond garden-variety narcissism.' Book by Trump's niece paints him habitual liar and inept

"This is far beyond garden-variety narcissism," Mary Trump writes, describing President Trump has having a fragile ego "that must be bolstered every moment." → Read More

Trump will host a scaled-back July 4th party at White House as coronavirus cases spike

Trump's guests will include members of the military and law enforcement, as well as doctors and nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle. → Read More

What to know about how Trump gets, or doesn't get, intelligence briefings

It’s a classified dossier outlining the most urgent, credible national security threats. And now that top-secret document is in the spotlight. → Read More

Donald Trump to issue executive order limiting temporary work visas

Trump's executive order comes days after the Supreme Court ruled the administration erred in its effort to halt the DACA program created by Obama. → Read More

Trump slammed for using offensive, 'racist' remarks at Tulsa rally

Trump's remarks at a rally in Tulsa came days after the death of George Floyd has reopened wounds around issues of race and police conduct in America. → Read More

Trump’s Tulsa rally: He says he wanted to 'slow the testing down' on COVID-19 and other takeaways

The president used the rally to brag about his coronavirus response, slam the media, and defend confederate statues amidst a high race tensions. → Read More

'Turning point' or massive risk? Trump gambles with a rally in Tulsa that could shape his campaign

Trump's rally in Tulsa, his first since March, could kickstart his struggling reelection effort or set it back, political observers say. → Read More

6 Trump campaign staff working on pivotal Tulsa rally test positive for coronavirus

Trump's rally in Tulsa is his first campaign event since before the coronavirus shut down the country. Here's the latest updates from the event. → Read More

Judge clears way for John Bolton to publish his book, rejecting Trump administration effort to block it

A federal judge cleared the way for publication of a book critical of Trump book written by former White House national security adviser John Bolton. → Read More

Donald Trump says he will try again to deport young migrants, despite Supreme Court ruling

With immigration a political and legal issue, Trump would not be able to deport young migrants anytime soon – and there's an election on Nov. 3. → Read More

'It’s going to be safe.' Oklahoma Gov. Stitt says state is ready for pivotal Tulsa campaign rally

Some Oklahoma officials, including Republicans, have warned against bringing thousands of people into an indoor venue for the Trump campaign rally. → Read More

Trump Justice Department sues to block John Bolton from publishing book

The lawsuit comes a day Trump asserted former national security advisor John Bolton would have a 'criminal problem' by publishing the book. → Read More

Tickets for Trump campaign rally include liability disclaimer about possible exposure to coronavirus

Tickets for Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa include a liability waiver to prevent lawsuits if attendees contract coronavirus. → Read More

Donald Trump to sign order to encourage police to limit deadly force

The order comes down as Trump, down in pre-election polls to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, faces criticism over his strong support for police. → Read More

Trump pushes unsubstantiated conspiracy theory about Buffalo protester shoved to the ground by police

Trump put forth an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory about the 75-year-old Buffalo protester who bled from his head after a confrontation with police. → Read More

'I feel the gravity of this moment': Thousands gather on nation's capital on ninth day of protests over George Floyd's death

Thousands gathered peacefully at iconic city sites – the Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial and near the White House – for marches and mass demonstrations. → Read More

Trump won't accept Republican nomination in Charlotte, RNC announces

North Carolina could not guarantee the Republicans full use of convention facilities in Charlotte because of the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

'I can't breathe': Protesters lie down on DC street, repeat Floyd's words

Wednesday got started with law enforcement officers cutting off the main protest area, near Lafayette Park and the White House. → Read More

White House mood darkens as Trump battles with James Mattis, criticism over Bible photo op

Even for a president who courts chaos, it's been a tumultuous week for Trump. The constant string of bad news is taking its toll on the White House. → Read More