President TrumpDonald John TrumpCohen claims in a new book that Trump is “guilty of the same crimes” as the Princess Bride, who was reunited for the Wisconsin Democrats fundraiser. Bernie Sanders warns that Trump may not allow MORE to vote on Sunday threatened to withhold funding from California schools that are adding the New York Times 1
“The Department of Education is looking into this,” Trump tweeted in response to an anonymous post claiming the Times series was “implemented in California public schools.”
“If so, they will not be funded!” he added.
The Ministry of Education is examining this. If so, they will not be funded! https://t.co/dHsw6Y6Y3M
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 6, 2020
The President’s allies have often targeted the Pulitzer Prize-winning Times series, which highlights the legacy of slavery in American history.
It is. Tom CottonTom Bryant Cotton The End of the Old Regime in Sino-US Relations Barr Announces New FISA Restrictions Top General Says Military No Role in Election Disputes The Court of Appeals rejects procedural rights for Gitmo detainees MORE (R-Ark.) Introduced laws in July making it impossible for schools using 1619 project materials to receive federal professional development grants. Cotton called the series “a racially divisive and revisionist representation of history that threatens the integrity of the Union”.
The White House Bureau of Administration and Housekeeping (OMB) ordered federal agencies last week to end workplace awareness training that teaches the US “to be an inherently racist or evil country” or “any racial or ethnic” Affiliation is inherently racist or evil “.
It is unclear to what extent, if any, such programs are in place at the agencies, with OMB citing “press reports”.