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Trump Latest News today : Coronavirus Is Just Another Battle Ground Between Trump, Media And Democrats


Trump attacks media, Democrats over coronavirus for they are inflaming the situation far beyond the facts.


Trump Latest News today : Coronavirus Is Just Another Battle Ground Between Trump, Media And Democrats
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Trump Latest News today : coronavirus is just another battle ground between Trump, media and Democrats. Donald Trump has attacked the fake media and Democrats for using their power to inflame the coronavirus situation.

Trump is on the attack over coronavirus again, tweeting that “The Fake News Media and their partner, the Democrat Party, is doing everything within its semi-considerable power to inflame the coronavirus situation.”

"The Fake News Media and their partner, the Democrat Party, is doing everything within its semi-considerable power (it used to be greater!) to inflame the CoronaVirus situation, far beyond what the facts would warrant. Surgeon General, “The risk is low to the average American.”  @realDonaldTrump

There are a couple of interesting pieces around this morning looking at Trump’s relationship with the coronavirus and the White House team trying to communicate to the US public about it.

White House officials are growing increasingly frustrated at what they see as President Donald Trump's consistent bids to downplay the severity of the coronavirus outbreak, a tendency that has led to a clash in messaging with public health officials. According to NBC news

Those mixed signals were on display Sunday as the top infectious disease doctor at the National Institutes of Health, Anthony Fauci, warned the elderly and medically vulnerable to avoid large crowds and long trips or cruises and Surgeon General Jerome Adams told the public to be prepared for more cases and deaths.


According to NYT Peter Baker, A president who is at his strongest politically when he has a human target to attack has found it harder to confront a growing outbreak that has rattled the country. 

Defending against criticism of his handling of the coronavirus, President Trump suggested the other day that he could hardly have been expected to be ready for such an unexpected crisis.

“Who would have thought?” he asked during a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the nerve center for the government’s response to the outbreak. “Who would have thought we would even be having the subject?” says Peter Baker.

Actually, quite a few people would have thought, and did — including the officials in his own White House who were in charge of preparing for just such a pandemic only to have their office shut down in a reorganization in 2018. “The threat of pandemic flu is the No. 1 health security concern,” one of the officials said the day before that happened two years ago. “Are we ready to respond? I fear the answer is no.”

For a president who lives in the moment, rarely planning too far ahead, the coronavirus has proved to be a leadership challenge he was not prepared for either. The outbreak that has rattled the nation does not respond to Mr. Trump’s favorite instruments of power: It cannot be cowed by Twitter posts, it cannot be shot down by drones, it cannot be overcome by party solidarity, it cannot be overpowered by campaign rally chants.




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