On Wednesday, during a meeting with governors at the White House, President Donald Trump urged states to reopen schools — and justified it by arguing coronavirus has “very little impact on young people.” Trump keeps justifying his push to reopen schools by insisting the coronavirus has “very little impact on young people,” but that’s a [
A medical journal on Tuesday contradicted President Donald Trump’s claim that it had published a report stating that the World Health Organization (WHO) ignored the coronavirus epidemic in China. The Lancet issued the statement a day after Trump wrote a letter to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom to complain about its response to COVID-19. According to [
The mainstream media are obsessed with "fact-checking" President Donald J. Trump. But they aren't quite as interested in holding the president's Democratic opponents accountable. Allies of former vice president Joe Biden have in recent days been particularly combative toward the truth and the hardworking professional journalists who are constantly seeking it out. The Biden campaign's
President Donald Trump on Thursday took an apparent victory lap because the COVID-19 pandemic supposedly showed that he has been right all along about trade with China. In an interview on Fox Business, Trump boasted that the pandemic, as horrible as it has been, has had the upside of proving him right about the need [
People who came to Frankline Ndifor's church in hopes that he would make them immune to Covid-19 by the touch of his hands should be worried. The popular pastor died this week of the disease and likely spread the virus to those who sought his miracle blessing. Instead of taking action to prevent the spread of the disease, however, hundreds of his followers gathered around the house containing his corpse, awaiting his resurrection. Police used tear gas to encourage them to leave.
President Donald Trump has a favorite way to illustrate what he says is the strength of his relationship with the critical swing state he is visiting on Thursday.
On Monday, President Donald Trump complained on Twitter that he wasn’t getting enough credit for his COVID-19 response, but that he was still getting “great reviews” on it all the same. Commenters on social media were not pleased with the president’s remarks. Great reviews? Like on Rotten Tomatoes? — Lira (@LoudmouthLira) May 25, 2020 He [
The Trump campaign wants to get the president back in front of adoring crowds at the rallies he loves, where he can try and change the subject from the coronavirus crisis. The pandemic has killed more than 92,000 people in the U.S. since the last time President Donald Trump stood before a rally audience — [
As the country continues to reopen, divisions appear to be developing within the Trump administration specifically on the performance of the CDC at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. White House adviser Peter Navarro said “Early on in this crisis
One person joked that The New York Times gave the president's coronavirus response four stars, but "Pandemic Weekly panned it."
In a tweet fired off this Monday afternoon, President Trump painted a rosy picture of the response to his administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, saying he’s received “great reviews” for his performance. “Great reviews on our handling of Covid 19, sometimes referred to as the China Virus,” Trump wrote. ‘Ventilators, Testing, Medical Supply Distribution, [
President says he’s been taking drug for ‘a couple of weeks’ but FDA has issued repeated warning about the dangers of the drug