It's obvious Trump is utterly unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic. People are already dying, and it’s on him.
Donald Trump’s reelection is likely to rise or fall on his handling of the pandemic. And there isn’t much Democrats can do about it.
As he struggles with the biggest crisis of his presidency, President Trump has issued wildly divergent messages about the coronavirus, adding confusion to the stumbling federal response.
President Trump plans to declare a national emergency to combat the coronavirus pandemic at a news conference. NBC's Kristen Welker reports from the White House.
The stark news came in shortly after noon on Wednesday: The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped almost 10%, wiping out all the gains logged since President Donald Trump took office, thanks to investors craving more government spending to offset the impact from the coronavirus.
Google's coronavirus partnership with the US government falls short of Donald Trump's description
Google was caught off guard and issued a clarification after President Trump claimed 1,700 engineers were working on a website to help manage the coronavirus pandemic.
The various policy moves have left many questions unanswered.
President Trump plans to declare a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, according to administration officials who spoke to NBC News. The president has scheduled a 3 p.m. ET press conference.