Trump News – Live: Latest updates on the 2020 election as the president prepares for the New Hampshire gathering
The White House has defended President Donald Trump’s false claim that the new Corona virus “does not really affect anyone” of young people, with its press secretary telling reporters that the administration was “expecting two million deaths” in an apparent effort to reduce the country’s death toll of 200,000 Americans. .
Meanwhile, Trump insisted that he would choose to succeed the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Supreme Court on Saturday, ignoring the last wish of the dying woman as Senate Leader Mitch McConnell accused the board of directors of “defiling” the board of directors in the hunt for conservative judges. .
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Alex WoodwardSeptember 23, 2020 01:09
Trump mocks Biden for wearing a mask: “What is the purpose of plastic surgery?”
Donald Trump, a week before his confrontation with Joe Biden during the first presidential debate, mocked him for wearing a mask amid the coronavirus pandemic and claimed that the 77-year-old former vice president had plastic surgery on his face. .
“What the hell did he spend all that money on plastic surgery if he’s going to cover it?” Said 74-year-old Trump during a campaign rally near Pittsburgh on Battlefield in Pennsylvania.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 23, 2020 01:01
‘How do they do it where did you come from?’: Trump echoes the racist attack on Ilan Omar and claims AOC is ‘folly’
As he rallied supporters on the main battlefield in Pennsylvania while interfering with Joe Biden’s leadership there, Donald Trump launched a racist attack on a black Democrat in Congress and said that a late congresswoman was dealing with a “chain of nonsense.”
Alex WoodwardSeptember 23, 2020 00:54
Trump arrived in Pennsylvania
Donald Trump addresses an outdoor crowd in Pennsylvania, his second night in a series of rallies over the course of a week.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 23, 2020 00:38
Fauci says no one has seen the vaccine data, not even Trump
Donald Trump has not seen any coronavirus vaccine data, despite his claims that it could be prepared for millions of Americans “very soon” during his campaign for re-election.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said The Daily Beast Accurate results from blind placebo-controlled vaccine trials are available to “one blind statistician” – and that’s it.
The country’s chief infectious disease expert said that the effectiveness of a potential vaccine will be announced within the coming months, but not manufactured and distributed, despite the president’s insistence.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 23:11
Trump will announce the selection of Scotts on Saturday
Donald Trump announced his selection of Supreme Court justice – what would be his third life appointment to the seat during his first term in office – at 5 p.m. on Saturday, he announced.
The president’s choice will come a week after memorials and other services to Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on September 18.
Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has reportedly proposed to Judge Amy Connie Barrett for the role.
The President met with the judge at the White House this week.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 23:34
It’s not just Roe vs. Wade. Trump’s Supreme Court selection may challenge Brown v. Board of Education
Andrew Feinberg wrote that Washington legal experts and veterans fear that discussions about abortion could mask Trump’s candidates’ hostility to another prominent civil rights issue – Brown v. Board of Education in Topeka, which declared that “in public education, the doctrine is” separate but equal. ” It has no place. “
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 22:03
All you need to know about “stadium mobilization”
Washington Correspondent Griffin Connolly has a detailed history of the formation of the Supreme Court and why it has been a hot topic in this election cycle.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 21:42
Mitch McConnell will make a decision on the schedule for the Scotts vote after the confirmation hearings
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has committed to going ahead with Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee weeks before Election Day, has not said whether he will hold a vote to choose the president by November 3, as the Republican party pushes for a swift confirmation process.
Senator McConnell said he waits for the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings to finish before setting a date for a vote.
“When the nomination comes out of the committee, I will decide when and how to proceed,” he said on Tuesday.
Hearings could begin as early as October 12th with the floor being voted by the end of the month.
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 22:22
‘Astonishing and astonishing’: Dr Fauci warns of soaring COVID cases as the death toll reaches 200,000 and Trump remains silent
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that the United States should significantly reduce the daily rate of new coronavirus cases by following simple public health protocols or risking another increase in infections, as the number of deaths in the country due to Covid-19 exceeded the loss of more than 200,000 people. .
“The idea of 200,000 deaths is really very realistic and startling in some ways,” the country’s prominent infectious disease expert told CNN reporter Sanjay Gupta on Tuesday.
He said: “We have the ability to do things that we have talked about for a long time … that can prevent transmission, and by preventing transmission, and ultimately preventing disease and death that we see.”
He said guidelines that public health officials have been urging for months – wearing face coverings, avoiding groups, and physically distancing themselves from others – “are not universally enforced.”
Alex WoodwardSeptember 22, 2020 21:30
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