For a number of years, Donald Trump has been taking shots at former Republican Senator John McCain. From saying he “likes people who weren’t captured” to claiming that he deserves a thank you for McCain’s funeral, the president has always been happy to take a shot at the GOP legend.
This has been a wild couple of weeks when it comes to the Coronavirus. While his advisors wanted to change the subject to anything but COVID-19, Donald Trump put it front and center by contracting the virus.
The Surgeon General has warned that Coronavirus doesn’t discriminate based on a person’s political beliefs as Donald Trump continues to downplay the disease at his rallies.
Jerome Adams mentioned the President’s rallies during an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America on Wednesday but declined to criticize them. Instead, he explained that politics didn’t change how the virus behaves toward people.
Trump is hiding in the White House, rejecting ideas from his advisers, and refusing to do more than one or two events per week.
Donald Trump will not follow new rules in New Jersey designed to fight the Coronavirus. The White House has confirmed the President will travel to the state as planned this weekend.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy introduced new measures that require visitors to self-quarantine if they’ve recently been in states with major Coronavirus outbreaks.
Donald Trump has lashed out at the media amid concerns that his political rallies could contribute to the spread of Covid-19. The President took to Twitter to defend his campaign events.
“The Far Left Fake News Media, which had no Covid problem with the Rioters & Looters destroying Democrat run cities, is trying to Covid Shame us on our big Rallies,” Trump wrote.
Trump said that he plans to resume holding political rallies soon, and he will not be enforcing social distancing rules for his events.
The 2018 midterm elections have turned into a referendum on President Donald Trump. He has made sure of that by holding dozens of campaign rallies all over the country.
But the elections will also be a referendum on his brazen campaign strategy, where he has taken lying to an entirely new level.
The statistical website FiveThirtyEight gives the Democratic Party an 86 percent chance of winning the House next Tuesday which is not a sure thing.
But recent travels by President Donald Trump prove that the Republican Party has given up all hope of retaining control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
President Donald Trump said on Friday said he would refuse to “tone down” his rhetoric despite the arrest earlier in the day of one of his supporters who was charged with mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of the president.
The press has had enough and they are saying no more to the coverage of Donald Trump's rallies, as a consensus is growing that the President's ramblings in front of his followers aren't newsworthy.
The comment came hours after Trump promised a "new deal for black America.'