Jimmy asks the President of American Guidelines about what precautions Americans can take to stay safe while protesting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Leonardo: Donald Trump's chief of staff has begun an aggressive campaign to root out leakers from the White House, according to a new report, and yet the president has been reluctant to act when leakers are 'outed' and close to him. Mark Meadows, who in March became Trump's fourth chief of staff in a little over three years, has told staff of his scheme, Axios reported. Meadows has been deliberately feeding false information to key people, to see what appears in the media. 'Meadows told me he was doing that,' said one former White House official. 'I don't know if it ever worked.'The 60-year-old former representative for North Carolina has, according to Axios, caught one 'relatively minor' leaker so far. On June 12 Meadows told Ted Cruz's podcast that an unnamed federal worker who leaked a draft of a White House executive order was fired. The order was designed to limit censorship on social media. 'All the sudden, this proposed EO shows up in the New York Times,' said Meadows, according to The Washington Examiner.