Research has, however, linked his rallies to hundreds of COVID-19 deaths.
President Donald Trump’s largely maskless campaign rallies may have boosted the spread of COVID-19, but they didn’t serve Trump well at the polls, according to a ballot analysis by NBC News.
In an overwhelming number of cases, Trump came up short of his 2016 victory margins in the counties where he held rallies... Read more
Democratic president-elect Joe Biden has declined calls from within his party to push the Department of Justice to investigate President Donald Trump, saying he won't use the DOJ like his Republican opponent has done in the past.
President-elect Joe Biden speaks with the media as he departs the Queen Theater after introducing key foreign policy and national security nominees and appointments on November 24... Read more
Donald Trump attended the summit’s opening session but headed for the links rather than listen to world leaders discuss COVID-19.
President Donald Trump participated in the opening session of this year’s virtual Group of 20 summit on Saturday but did not attend a side event dedicated to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trump instead left for the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, while that session was underway, CNN, The New... Read more
Without political leadership, it’s up to everyday Americans to do what it takes to get the pandemic under control
The most hopeful pandemic news in a long time came last week when Pfizer announced that its experimental COVID-19 vaccine appeared to be 90% effective at preventing infection.
The vaccine still needs further testing and outside review, in part to be more certain about safety. Still, the... Read more
12 November 2020
If a Trump donor gives $500, $300 will go to Trump’s Save America PAC, $200 would to the RNC - and nothing would go to his election defense fund.
Nov 11 (Reuters) - As President Donald Trump seeks to discredit last week’s election with baseless claims of voter fraud, his team has bombarded his supporters with requests for money to help... Read more