David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Interior

No one will be removing or renaming landmark monuments in Washington, D.C, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt proclaimed.

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Dr. Scott Atlas, White House COVID-19 Health Adviser

Although infections in schools should be expected, to shut them down to avoid the coronavirus would be a “very misguided panic” and “not the appropriate response,” Dr. Scott Atlas said in urging the reopening of America’s schools.

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Louis DeJoy, Postmaster General

The Postmaster General told lawmakers that he planned to resume some cost-cutting measures after the election.

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Avi Berkowitz, Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations

President Trump’s senior advisor, Jared Kushner, and Middle East envoy, Avi Berkowitz, have been in touch with “numerous” countries in the Middle East to see if more agreements might materialize after the signing of the agreement between Israel and the UAE.

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Christopher Krebs, DHS Director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security

Foreign interference in the 2020 election is real and the Department of Homeland Security will soon be releasing details to the public as part of a public communications policy.

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Melania Trump, First Lady of the United States

As part of the First Lady’s Be Best Campaign, she has made foster care a top priority as part of a team effort to help America’s children, she wrote in an op-ed last week.

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John Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security Division

New indictments are being handed down by the Justice Department over the concerted effort by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army to take advantage of the United States and the American people.

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Ja’Ron Smith, Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy

As violence continues in Chicago, the president’s assistant on domestic policy Ja’Ron Smith has invited the city’s mayor to work with the White House.

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Stephen Biegun, Deputy Secretary of State

If North Korea is willing to make a deal, a top State Department official said the United States is ready to resume talks about nuclear weapons with Pyongyang.

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Brian Hook, U.S. Special Representative for Iran

“The question we ask on behalf of the American people is, what is the best means to prevent Iran from ever getting a nuclear weapon, and the answer is not the JCOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action],” America’s Special Representative to Iran said.

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