The contrast between the 2 Presidential candidates could not have been more stark in a set of back to back press statements Friday afternoon.
Donald Trump gave an 8-minute ranty statement in which he did not mention Minneapolis, George Floyd, or the hurt Americans are feeling. He did, however, say he's cutting off the WHO in the midst of a pandemic.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) on Sunday knocked down the idea that President Donald Trump's so-called travel ban from China had been effective at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is livid that China has censored homosexuality from American movies.
Yes, the orange doofus is looking for a way to shift the blame away from his lame and ineffective response to a mystery lab in China.
There is no conspiracy theory too outlandish for Trump if he thinks it will take his rank incompetence off the hook.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Sunday argued that the United States should ban Chinese students from learning about science while they are in the United States.
Trump's newly-installed Health and Human Services spokesman, Michael Caputo, tried to get rid of his racist, conspiracy-theorizing tweets about the COVID-19 pandemic but they live on thanks to the Internet Archive’s Way Back Machine and CNN’s KFile.
The ad, which Trump also attacked in a tweet, accuses Trump of trusting China even though, the narrator says, “everyone knew they lied about the virus.”
While the three governments have pushed out the same messages in the past, the global pandemic has seen the convergence of their messaging accelerate.