Leading progressive advocacy group Public Citizen on Friday demanded that President Donald Trump resign immediately, declaring that his “intolerable failures of leadership” in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic have “endangered the lives of all Americans.” In a statement, Public Citizen president Robert Weissman pointed to Trump’s repeated lies about the outbreak and refusal to “make science-based recommendations [
The autocratic political culture that has propped up the Trump administration has left the nation entirely unprepared for an economic and public-health calamity.
Donald Trump and his advisors believe that “his reelection hopes hinge almost entirely on his ability to manage” the coronavirus crisis, according to Politico. “While they acknowledge his initial response was lacking and that the virus poses a mortal threat to his 2020 prospects, they foresee a possible silver lining. If the virus passes and [
"Trump wanted not only to control any new vaccine but also to make sure that it would only be available on a for-profit basis."
One resolute group of Trump fans are forging ahead with their campaign outreach even as public events all over the nation are being canceled due to concern about the coronavirus. That group is the Walkaway Campaign, a high-volume, high-style grassroots organization which encourages disgruntled and disenchanted Democrats to walk away from the Democratic Party and support President Trump.
Donald Trump put his son-in-law Jared Kushner and xenophobic advisor Stephen Miller in charge of his coronavirus response—no wonder things are such a disaster.
Nothing reveals character like a crisis.
“Ultimately, I have to make a decision, but I certainly listen to them.”
President Donald Trump said Monday that he would continue to listen to federal government doctors but would ultimately make his own decisions about the future of the country, as the fight against the coronavirus continues.
The coronavirus crisis has iced any plans that President Trump and his allies had to crush Joe Biden with campaign ads before he's fully locked up the nomination.
Reinforcing the image of Trump as a hounded, wounded victim — and the Washington media as “enemies of the people” — is a tactical campaign ploy.
Trump's campaign texted supporters the chance to win dinner with the president amid confusion over whether his last high-profile guest, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, has coronavirus.