Some in our media can’t contain their glee & delight in reporting that the U.S. has more #CoronaVirus cases than #China
Beyond being grotesque,its bad journalism
We have NO IDEA how many cases China really has but without any doubt its significantly more than why they admit to
Replying to @Grace_Segers: CBS News employees literally just found out today that one of our colleagues had died from the virus. Journalists are amo…
President Trump is now lashing out at @JDiamond1 who literally read his comments back to him about wanting to be appreciated by governors amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Note: Jeremy is asking a very relevant and important question as Trump calls CNN fake news.
This campaign is about to pull off the impossible. We are beating Lindsey Graham in a new poll just released this week! We couldn't have gotten this far without all of you, and we can't get over the finish line without you either.
Yes!! Let's go SC! Vote for Jaime!!
Thanks to @JDiamond1 for passing me the microphone & letting me ask my second question.
I asked: Which health professionals are telling you that more people will die from the economic impact than coronavirus?
Trump didn’t answer directly and instead just repeated his claims.
Trump, reframing the crisis, says he's now seen a study that shows 2.2 million people could've died if they did nothing, so "if we can hold that down to 100,000...maybe even less," it'd show they did a "good job."
One month ago, Trump said there were only 15 coronavirus cases in the United States and in a few days it would be zero and that proves he is doing a good job
Today, Trump said that if 100,000 people die of coronavirus in the United States that proves he is doing a good job
Here are some victims of COVID-19 in a refrigerated truck in NYC, because the morgues are overflowing. It's not likely their viewing habits were captured in the latest Nielsen numbers, either.
We need to show inside the hospitals, however horrific. There can be no censoring the deadly cost of Trump's lies.
HUGE @washingtonpost story:
On Feb 5, HHS Secretary Azar requested $2 billion to buy respirator masks & other supplies for the national stockpile
Trump cut that request by 75%
Now a mask shortage is forcing healthcare workers to use bandanas & scarves
WATCH: @Yamiche presses President Trump on the decision to downsize the White House national security staff, eliminating jobs addressing global pandemics.
The president calls it "a nasty question" and asserts that "I didn't do it."
Smart thread by @MSNBC on what happened to the disbanded White House pandemic office in 2018.