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Yahoo! BooksApr 08, 2020
Trump news - live: Bernie Sanders ends campaign as president slams Democrats and says coronavirus must be 'quickly forgotten'
Donald Trump used an interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News on Tuesday night to whine about the ingratitude of New York governor Andrew Cuomo, again push his preferred but unproven remedy for Covid-19, hydroxychloroquine, and attack the "lame stream media" for its coverage of his administration's response to the crisis.The World Health Organisation (WHO) has hit back at the president after he threatened to stop US funding to the body as he seeks a scapegoat for the disaster wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, saying the WHO had "missed the call" - despite himself ignoring a memo from trade adviser Peter Navarro in February warning of the coming storm.


Yahoo! BooksApr 08, 2020
'This is very real': from their window, NY couple sees refrigerated trucks remove bodies
Throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump's decisions and stances have seemingly been influenced by the unofficial advisers he treasures most: Fox News primetime hosts.After downplaying for weeks the threat of the virus, just as many on Fox News did the same, the president began taking it seriously last month after Tucker Carlson personally confronted him before delivering an on-air monologue calling for action. Elsewhere, Fox stars have been the primary driving force behind Trump's incessant promotion of an unproven anti-malarial drug as the miracle COVID-19 cure.And in recent days, it seems, the president has been receiving his newest coronavirus intel briefing from Fox News. This time, they say, the pandemic is over and it's time to move on.Throughout Tuesday night's primetime stretch, Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham were in lockstep in telegraphing to Trump a message that the pandemic's threat has been overstated, death counts have been inflated, and the U.S. is already on the downside of the curve.Carlson, who received mainstream plaudits for his "admirable" early coronavirus coverage, kicked off his show by declaring that the crisis "may have passed," noting that health-care systems across the country haven't come close to collapsing—"except in a handful of places.""Patients are not dying alone in the hallways of emergency rooms with physicians too overwhelmed to treat them," he asserted. "That was the concern. It happens in other countries, it's not happening here.

Yahoo! BooksApr 08, 2020
Polls: Majority of Americans disapprove of Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak, trust Fauci
Majorities on both sides of the aisle said they were satisfied with the information from Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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