Business leaders have criticized Trump's new restrictions on labor visas

Business leaders have criticized Trump's new restrictions on labor visas

To this day, it is one of the biggest news of the day in American politics, coronavirus, and protests.

Trump issued a statement stating that many employment-based visas will be terminated by the end of this year. The suspension includes visas for highly skilled workers, seasonal non-farm workers, cultural exchange and multinational corporations, and their dependents. Business and technology leaders justified the move.

Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the south and west, raising concerns from health authorities. The states of Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, and Texas are looking at ascending infection and hospitalization rates.
The number of American casualties from Covid-19 has crossed 120,000.

Two other Tron campaign employees tested positive for coronavirus. Two employees attended the president's Saturday rally in Tulsa, but the campaign said they were wearing masks. The news came just two days after six other members of the campaign's advance team tested positive before the rally.
The White House defends the use of Trump's racist slur to describe coronaviruses. When he called the virus "Kung flu," press secretary Kyle McNee said, "I think the media is trying to play games with the terminology of this virus."

Trump raised the question of whether he was ordered to slow down the coronavirus test, as he noted during his Tulsa rally on Saturday. "If it's slow, obviously, I think we're ahead of us if you want to know the truth. We've done a great job," the president said in an interview today. They were intrigued about slowing the test.

Joe Biden has committed to participate in three of the already planned talks on Trump. The president initially indicated that he would not participate in any debate, but his campaign has recently been attempting a wider debate.

US Army Private is accused of conspiring with a British neo-Nazi group and attacking members of his own unit. Ethan Melzer gave intelligence and members of the White supremacist group the Order of the Nine Angles about the location of his unit in the hopes of contributing to a private, "mass casualty" attack.

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