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U.S. Shipped Tons Of COVID-19 Supplies To China As Trump Dismissed Threat Here

The U.S. State Department shipped 17.8 tons of donated coronavirus medical supplies to China seven weeks ago, when health experts and some American lawmakers were already seeking federal action to prepare the country for the disease. The massive shipment to China included medical masks, gowns and respirators, now in desperately short supply across America. The supplies

Why That ‘Woman In Michigan’ Keeps Drawing Donald Trump’s Wrath

ANN ARBOR, Michigan ― Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Mich.) is following the advice of public health experts. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) isn’t. Yet somehow it’s Whitmer that President Donald Trump has attacked as the one who is “in over her head” and “doesn’t have a clue.” The difference in how Trump has treated the two says

Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Jr. Gets Holy Hell As Students Fall Sick

Jerry Falwell Jr. last week partially reopened his Liberty University ― an evangelical Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia ― despite the spread of the coronavirus.  Now, The New York Times reports that nearly a dozen students have symptoms that could suggest infection ― and Falwell is facing the wrath of both parents and critics. One

Americans Are Worried About The Coronavirus. They’re Even More Worried About The Economy.

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Poll(s) of the Week Earlier this week, President Trump said he is considering taking steps to roll back restrictions that businesses and state governments have put in place to contain the coronavirus. Citing the economic impact of measures like social distancing, Trump floated Easter Sunday as the date

Could Joe Biden Be In Trouble In South Carolina?

For months, it had seemed as if former Vice President Joe Biden was likely to receive the lion’s share of African American support in South Carolina, but that is no longer the case. In fact, it’s unclear whether black voters across the country will line up behind one particular candidate. If they don’t, it could

Trump Ripped For Putting ‘Science Denier’ Mike Pence In Charge Of Coronavirus

Given that Pence famously, massively fucked up the response to an HIV outbreak, he shouldn’t be the guy to handle the Coronavirus. Like, what if we stopped picking the LEAST qualified people to handle things? What would that even be like? https://t.co/0T7qHSdA30 — Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) February 27, 2020Source: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump-pence-coronavirus_n_5e574261c5b66622ed768d31

California Patient Contracted Coronavirus From No Known Origin, CDC Says

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first case of coronavirus in a person with no international travel history or known contact with an infected person in what officials have warned could be a significant sign that the virus may soon spread more broadly in America. The agency said Wednesday that a

Trump Reinvents Pandemic Response Wheel After Scrapping Team Obama Left Him

WASHINGTON — Six years after ridiculing predecessor Barack Obama’s handling of a major health crisis and two years after dismantling the pandemic response team Obama left behind, President Donald Trump is now reinventing the infectious disease wheel. “Because of all I’ve done, the risk to the American people remains very low,” he said in a

Why So Many Black Voters Are Democrats, Even When They Aren’t Liberal

At first blush, black voters appear to be an almost monolithically Democratic bloc. In 2016, black Americans cast 24 percent of Democratic primary votes — the largest share ever. And in the general election, 89 percent of black voters supported Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. That’s one of the reasons why South Carolina’s primary on Feb.

Election Update: What Our Forecast Says About Every Super Tuesday State

South Carolina has yet to vote, but there’s an even bigger prize lurking right around the corner. On March 3 — Super Tuesday — roughly one-third of Democrats nationwide will weigh in on the 2020 presidential race as 15 states and territories1 cast their ballots. We last checked in on who led polls of Super