Trump's doctor said that Trump who potentially been exposed to coronavirus multiple times has tested negative for the virus.
Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams told reporters that they needed to stop reporting the facts about the Trump administration's coronavirus mistakes.
If you want to know what Donald Trump is truly concerned about in the midst of this global health emergency, all you have to do is listen to him.
Donald Trump's incompetent response to the coronavirus pandemic has put the United States on the same dangerous path as Italy.
Trump is bragging about the jump in the markets even though it came on the same day that U.S. coronavirus cases saw the largest single-day increase.
Trump's private club Mar-a-Lago that he has spent his presidency promoting has become a sort of ground zero for political figures being exposed to coronavirus.
At his coronavirus national emergency press conference, Trump cut off reporters' microphones so that they couldn't ask follow up questions.
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump proposed a payroll tax cut that his Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, said would serve as a stop-gap measure for those whose income has taken a hit, particularly as the coronavirus pandemic wields financial blows, shuttering businesses and upending income for millions of workers nationwide.
During his Rose Garden address earlier today, President Donald Trump announced that Google is working to build a website to help screen Americans who may have coronavirus.
“Google is going to develop a website — it’s going to be very quickly done, unlike websites of the past — to determine if a test is warranted and to facilitate testing at a nearby convenient location,” Trump said. “We have many, many locations behind us, by the way. We cover this country and large parts of the world, by the way. We’re not gonna be talking about the world right now, but we cover very, very strongly our country. Stores in virtually every location. Google has 1,700 engineers working on this right now. They have made tremendous progress.”
Yamiche Alcindor from PBS Newshour asked Trump about disbanding the White House Pandemic Office and the president melted down.
While he was declaring a national emergency, Donald Trump ad-libbed in the Rose Garden and told people not to get tested for the coronavirus.
Americans are sick and dying, but Trump backed out of a coronavirus aid agreement and gave Pelosi a new wave of demands.
The Trump administration’s response to the spread of coronavirus within the United States has been criticized for being unable to effectively test people who present symptoms of the disease, as well as the fact that the president himself seems to have an optimistic viewpoint over what many medical professionals fear could happen.
As the spread of coronavirus takes hold across the United States, many are wondering what actions state governments may be able to take in order to ensure the poor are receiving adequate health coverage during this time.
How has President Donald Trump done so far when it comes to responding to the coronavirus pandemic and its spread across America? How concerned are Americans overall when it comes to catching the disease personally?
It is being reported that Trump may have been exposed to coronavirus again at Mar-a-Lago last weekend.
The Dow dropped another 2000+ points on Thursday and had it's biggest one day plunge since the 1987 stock market crash.
Donald Trump continues to tell the country that the coronavirus will go away, but privately he is afraid of catching the virus.
Former Vice President Biden was everything that Trump hasn't been during the coronavirus crisis. Biden reassured while offering a real plan.
During a hearing, Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) cited a federal law that allowed the CDC to make coronavirus testing free and got the CDC Director to agree to it.