In spite of deeply held concerns from medical professionals and the business world alike, President Donald Trump appeared to mock the worries posed by the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, around the globe and within the United States.
President Donald Trump must have gotten a good night’s sleep because he hit the ground running this morning, going on Twitter and posting a barrage of off-the-wall tweets.
His last tweet was outlandish in that he is encouraging employees of the Washington Post newspaper to go on strike. He also asked if the Post is registered as a lobbyist.
Trump seized on a corrected error by NBC News to an attack on the network that was full of false statements and more presidential fake news.
Trump was called out by a reporter for spreading the false story and encouraging war time atrocities during the White House briefing.
The White House is in full scramble mode, as they have released a statement from an unnamed White House official claiming that Trump's statement included white supremacists and racists.
Donald Trump is proclaiming all stories about the Russia scandal fake after one CNN story about a person who was joining his administration's ties to a Russian investment fund was found to be false, and three journalists resigned.
The $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia that Trump touted on his first overseas trip was fake news. The deal doesn't exist according to experts.
Republicans threw a fit after CNN refused to run a new Trump campaign ad because it contained false information that called the mainstream media, "fake news."
Trump tweeted "Some very positive info...almost all stand by their vote on me & 53% said strong leader" but he loses to President Obama
"Such amazing reporting on unmasking and the crooked scheme against us by @foxandfriends. 'Spied on before nomination.' The real story."
Investigators are paying attention to Trump's Twitter account, and they are finding behavior that is leading them to the heart of the Russia scandal.
President Trump continues to show signs of not handling the presidency mentally well. During his campaign rally in Florida, Trump compared himself to Abe Lincoln and quoted Thomas Jefferson to suggest that all newspapers are fake news.
Deputy Assistant to President Trump, Sebastian Gorka, said that the White House is going to continue calling the media fake news until the press stops being critical of Trump.