"Now, you could call your landlord, call your credit card company and try to work something out, but there hasn't been a federally mandated national economic holiday," the business analyst pointed out.
"With this virus, 20% are actually have severe disease and need hospitalization. And seeing how many young people get that is very concerning," Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding said.
"It's a false choice we either have safety or we hold elections," Perez said.
Pollster/forecaster Rachel Bitecofer goes over last night's election results
"You can't say you don't know if we're not getting honest information. We're not," Ruhle said to Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn.
"This is exactly what happened to Bernie Sanders in 2016. He actually ran even with Hillary Clinton in 2016 with white voters, but he got blown out with black voters," the MSNBC analyst said.
"What's key ... is if Bernie Sanders wins, you have to make sure he is a functional candidate," the Root editor said.
The unstable lawmaker tracking Marie Yovanovitch claims he was drunk-texting when he sent threatening messages about her.
Also, he's running for Congress while (allegedly!) drunk-texting reporters. Classy!
"The risk is that if Republicans simply accept Donald Trump and Mike Pompeo's leadership without question, we could be putting the nation in greater danger, not less," the former congressman said.
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