Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow talks about the coronavirus pandemic as though it's over during a pre-recorded speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria lays out the differences between Biden and Trump's economic plans and why he believes Biden's approach is better.
Many Trump supporters are clearly worried that he can't turn this election around. They're offering advice on how he can do it -- advice that's all over the map, and not particularly credible.
Trump, while bragging about their cooked unemployment numbers: “Hopefully, George is looking down right now and saying, 'This is a great thing happening for our country.' A great day for him, a great day for everybody. This is a great day for everybody.”
If you've been thinking, Gosh darn it, why doesn't anyone ever ask obscenely rich, privileged people what they'd like us to be doing in response to the coronavirus crisis?, you just got your wish.
Stuart Varney told his fellow Fox host Steve Doocy that we need to "open up businesses as fast as possible to avoid economic catastrophe," the lessons from history be damned.
Fox's Stuart Varney tells Steve Doocy the United States needs to open things up right away in order to "avoid economic catastrophe" with no discussion of whether it's being done safely, or the economic damage from opening up too quickly if the virus isn't under control.
Trump "economic task force" member Stephen Moore pushes for what he surely knows will mean more illness and death – while claiming to care about safety with Fox's Neil Cavuto.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam shot down the happy talk from Trump that the U.S. had adequate testing capacity for the states to begin opening things back up.
“Pro-life” Sen. John Kennedy joined the Fox News culture of death when he told a sympathetic Tucker Carlson, “We’ve gotta re-open and when we do, the coronavirus is going to spread faster.”
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