Letter from Holocaust Survivors to Pittsburgh Jewish Community
The New York Times reported a number of years ago about and activist being removed from the White House after heckling the President.
President Obama displayed little patience with the heckler, telling her, “You’re in my house” before having her removed.
Trump Bars CNN’s Jim Acosta From the White House
The decision to yank Mr. Acosta’s credentials, effectively denying him access to the White House and the president’s staff, was a nuclear-level response by the president and the administration’s communications staff after more than two years of escalating tensions...
A couple of weeks ago, I took a quiz which was titled, "How well can you tell factual from opinion statements?"
Does the statement above fall into the fact or opinion category?
A comment posted under the NY TImes article included the following words:
It seems to me that a lot of people forget that Mr Trump is a public servant. The people that voted for him did it because he promised that he was going to do things for the country, and the press is the intermediary for us to know what he is doing so that we can judge his performance. The White House is NOT his castle, but a public building,...
Did the person who post the comment make the same assertion when President Obama called the White House, "my house?"