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Drudge ReportApr 01, 2020
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Fox PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Biden offers to call Trump at White House to discuss coronavirus response strategy
Former Vice President Joe Biden is offering to call President Trump to discuss a strategy to combat the coronavirus pandemic rocking the nation, Fox News has learned.

The Daily BeastApr 01, 2020
Kellyanne Conway Keeps Attacking Joe Biden for Staying Inside
Jonathan ErnstWhile leaders across the country are urging Americans to stay in their homes to stop the spread of the coronavirus, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is openly mocking former Vice President Joe Biden for setting that example. 

"Why doesn't Vice President Biden call the White House today and offer some support? He's in his bunker in Wilmington," Conway said Wednesday morning on Fox & Friends. In her next breath she added, "I have to tell you, we're not talking about politics here at the White House at all. We're talking about ventilators and vaccines, not Biden and Bernie."

And yet Conway continued to attack Biden for criticizing President Trump's response to the crisis from inside his home later in the day.

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Fox PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Schiff already calling for 9/11-style commission on coronavirus response; Nunes decries 'stunt'
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, who a little over two months ago led Democrats' prosecution in President Trump's impeachment trial following an extensive investigation, is working to launch a new review concerning the administration's actions -- this time calling for a nonpartisan commission on the government's coronavirus response.

Drudge ReportApr 01, 2020
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CNN PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Pelosi: Trump and McConnell 'should not try to hide behind' impeachment excuse over coronavirus response
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "should not try to hide behind an excuse" in response to the suggestion from both the President and the Kentucky Republican that impeachment distracted the US government from the growing coronavirus crisis.

CNN PoliticsApr 01, 2020
Analysis: Trump's alarming message portends tragic days ahead
President Donald Trump finally leveled with America about the desperate reality of the coronavirus pandemic, warning of cruel weeks to come in one of the most chilling White House moments in modern history.

CNN PoliticsMar 31, 2020
Democrats float potential infrastructure package as part of Congress' next response to coronavirus
When President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that he could support a $2 trillion infrastructure package to jumpstart the economy, it was welcome news for House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, a Massachusetts Democrat who has been waiting for months to craft such an effort.

Fox PoliticsMar 31, 2020
Trump salutes staff at Queens, NY, hospital near where he grew up: ‘You people are just incredible'
President Trump took time during Tuesday's coronavirus news briefing at the White House to acknowledge the job being done by the medical staff at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, N.Y.

Democracy NowMar 12, 2020
Lack of Paid Sick Leave Makes It Difficult for Many Workers to Comply with CDC Advice to Stay Home
As the number of coronavirus cases in the United States passes 1,300 cases with 38 deaths, more than 30 million workers lack access to paid sick leave. President Trump addressed the nation Wednesday night, saying he will expand sick leave as part of emergency response to the virus. But the same day, Republican senators blocked an attempt by Senate Democrats to quickly pass legislation requiring employers to grant paid sick leave. Meanwhile, Democrats in the House of Representatives will debate a package of bills Thursday to give workers 14 days of paid sick leave and up to three months of paid family and medical leave. Labor Department data says that one in four workers have no access to paid sick leave, including two-thirds of lowest earners. The U.S. is one of the only wealthy countries that does not require employers to offer its workers paid sick leave. We speak with Elise Gould, senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute; Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union; and economist Robert Pollin, co-director of the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
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