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CNN PoliticsJul 06, 2020
As Trump gaslights America about coronavirus, Republicans face a critical choice
The gulf between reality and President Donald Trump's delusional vision of a waning coronavirus threat was on full display this weekend, as cases soared in key hotspots while he delivered speeches at Mount Rushmore and at the White House, with little physical distancing and few masks, directly contradicting the advice from his public health experts.

Drudge ReportJul 06, 2020
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Huffington Post PoliticsJul 05, 2020
FDA Head Refuses To Address Trump Claim That 99% Of COVID-19 Cases Are ‘Totally Harmless'
Dr. Stephen Hahn, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, repeatedly refused to comment on Trump's claim.

CNN PoliticsJul 05, 2020
With inflammatory July 4 message, Trump distracts from the real threat to America
As the nation marked a somber Fourth of July with many Americans confined to their homes amid an alarming rise in coronavirus cases, President Donald Trump used his stage on the White House's South Lawn Saturday to put forward a mystifying -- and dangerously misleading claim -- that 99% of coronavirus cases in America are "totally harmless."

Yahoo PoliticsJul 05, 2020
FDA commissioner declines to defend Trump's latest coronavirus boasts
FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, a member of the White House coronavirus task force,said he wouldn't "get into who's right and who's wrong" when asked if he agreed with two widely disputed claims President Trump made a day earlier.

New York Times PoliticsJul 04, 2020
At Mt. Rushmore and the White House, Trump Updates ‘American Carnage' Message for 2020
His ominous remarks were a concession to his political standing: trailing in the polls, lacking a booming economy or a positive message to campaign on, and leaning on culture wars to buoy his loyalists.

CNN PoliticsJul 04, 2020
Many White House attendees are not social distancing or wearing masks ahead of Trump's July 4th remarks
President Donald Trump on Saturday evening is expected to give "patriotic remarks" aimed at celebrating America's founding and the triumphs of American history while saluting the US military, according to an aide who has read the President's prepared remarks.

The Daily BeastJul 04, 2020
Trump Claims Journalists ‘Slander' All Veterans by Calling Out Racism in Independence Day Address
Tasos Katopodis/GettyFresh off an astonishingly incendiary speech at Mount Rushmore on Friday night, President Trump picked up where he left off on Saturday and took aim at the media—bizarrely claiming that journalists who call out racism somehow "slander" the entire country and all U.S. military veterans.

"To those in the media, who falsely and consistently label their opponents as racists, who condemn patriotic citizens...When you level these false charges, you not only slander me, you not only slander the American people, but you slander generations of heroes who gave their lives for America," he told the crowd gathered for the White House's Salute to America celebration.

Trump used most of his speech to dismiss the widespread anti-racism protests across the country as a leftist plot aimed at destroying the country, echoing his comments from a night earlier, when he rallied supporters against those taking part in the protests, who he described as "evil." Protesters have torn down statues of Confederate leaders, Christopher Columbus, and other figures known for stoking racial oppression, acts Trump vehemently opposes.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Democracy NowJun 11, 2020
"He Didn't Deserve to Die Over $20": George Floyd's Brother Urges Congress to Stop Police Killings
A day after George Floyd's family laid him to rest in his hometown of Houston, his brother Philonise Floyd addressed lawmakers on Capitol Hill to demand an end to police violence. "I'm tired. I'm tired of pain," he told the House Judiciary Committee. "People of all backgrounds, genders and races have come together to demand change. Honor them. Honor George."
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