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Every President receives criticism from the party out of power claiming they are using too many executive orders and overstretching their authority. In reality, is that the case? Dr. Laura Belmonte, dean at Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, shares her thoughts on the matter in relation to the current administration. Also, in March 2020, Dr. Belmonte testified before Congress on the separation between the executive and legislative branches.

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America's allies are disappointed with the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. In the U.K., members of Parliament did not hold back in their criticism of President Joe Biden's actions and rhetoric relating to Afghanistan. Veterans of the Afghan war serving in Parliament give their input on the withdrawal. What does this mean for President Joe Biden's reputation at home and abroad? 

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Reports suggest that President Donald Trump’s campaign has put a nine-figure ad buy against Joe Biden on hold, as they believe it will create bad optics during the coronavirus crisis. Matt Klink, GOP Strategist, explains how campaigns should be managing their criticism of each other during this time.

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Democratic candidates for president have been sharp in their criticism of President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic but at the same time, Trump has garnered praise from unlikely sources such as Gov. Gavin Newsom of California. Will it be enough to secure his reelection in November?

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