Posted June 07, 2019 07:50:14It was just before dawn on Wednesday morning when I awoke to the news that Donald Trump had tweeted: “It’s not a hoax, and it’s not fake news.
The @POTUS is right.
There is no COVID-19.”
This was a bizarre statement from a man who had already claimed that the president was “totally mentally ill” and that he was “not mentally stable.”
In fact, the president had only tweeted on Friday, May 25, that “The death toll from the coronavirus continues to rise.
The last case reported in the United States is in New York City.
But we are also working to keep Americans safe. “
We are working tirelessly to make America great again.
But we are also working to keep Americans safe.
That’s why the President’s Emergency Plan for Disaster Relief and the National Guard are on standby.
The President’s emergency plan includes funding for the construction of a $10 billion infrastructure fund.
The funds are essential for infrastructure projects that will ensure that our nation is ready to lead the world in prosperity and security.
In addition, the President has asked Congress to provide $20 billion for a nationwide disaster relief fund, including $5 billion for the rebuilding of the National Park System.
We are grateful for the help of our friends in Congress and the White House.
President Donald J. Trump, Jr. (R), accompanied by Chief of Staff Reince Priebus (L), Vice President Mike Pence, Chief Strategist Kellyanne Conway and senior adviser Jared Kushner (2nd L), speaks at a news conference following a meeting with members of the media at the WhiteHouse, June 9, 2019 in Washington, DC.
More than a year later, the Whitehouse and Trump’s personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, still have not resolved whether the president can release his tax returns, and his lawyer, Ty Cobb, said Thursday he expects the president to do so by the end of June.
The president, who has been in a hospital for more than a week due to the virus, has also yet to release his birth certificate.
I have to tell you, he’s not doing well.
He’s not going to get better.
The health is bad.
He is not doing very well.
But the president did reveal a few tidbits Thursday that were more telling than the tweets. “
The president has not been in this condition for more years than anybody has been alive.”
But the president did reveal a few tidbits Thursday that were more telling than the tweets.
His son Eric, the senior adviser, said he thinks the president is suffering from a condition that is being treated.
He said: “I have no reason to believe that this is the case.
But I know that he has a condition.
He has been feeling well, and he has taken a lot of medications.
But there’s no reason for me to believe otherwise.”
When asked about Trump’s claim that he could win the 2020 election, Kasperowitz said: The president’s goal is to win the election and to win it badly.
But he can’t win by running the campaign in the most negative and most negative way possible.
Trump is not the first president to post false information about the coronovirus outbreak, nor is he the first to tweet something that was false or false but was not false enough to get Trump to admit that he had done so.
Earlier in May, Trump tweeted that he would not release the birth certificate of the president, despite a request from the White house.
That tweet was followed by the president’s initial claims that he did not know about the virus until Thursday, the day he tweeted his first tweet about it.
Trump’s tweets that day were followed by his repeated assertion that he wasn’t aware of the coronacovirus until he saw a CNN report on Wednesday night.
But when he was asked about that tweet, Trump responded with the same statement he had made Thursday.
It’s been three days since I was briefed on the coronave virus outbreak, and I still don’t know if I have the full facts.
It’s not clear to me that I am.
We will have to wait and see.
The President of the United State of America is required to report to Congress every 90 days on the progress of his coronaviruses progress.
We need to keep track of progress.
So far, President Trump has not done so, and that’s why it’s important to have accurate information to be able to hold him to account.
And Trump’s initial false claims about the number of Americans infected in the crisis have not gone away.
A new report from the CDC this week found that a small number of people infected in California have been identified as returning to the United Kingdom after contracting the virus in