Trump claimed on Tuesday that he did a good job on the coronavirus with nearly 100,000 dead, almost 2 million sick, and the economy in tatters. Trump is comparing doing absolutely nothing, with doing what he did which was virtually nothing. read more
President Donald Trump on Tuesday contemplated during a White House press event whether he should randomly be injecting himself with insulin, a hormone that is typically prescribed to diabetics. "I don't use insulin. Should I be? Huh?" Trump ad-libbed while delivering his prepared remarks to announce a cap on out-of-pocket insulin costs. "I never thought about it. But I know a lot of people are very badly affected. Right? Unbelievable." read more
Jeff Sessions didn't cause Trump's problems, and Joe Scarborough didn't kill his former staffer. But what a window into a diseased mind," reads the column's subhead. "Unfortunately, we can't escape him. Even over what should have been a holiday weekend, we cannot get a break from this man or his madness. The whining. The grievance. The victimhood. The lashing out. It is eternal. It. Never. Stops.,"
After revealing that Sunday's New York Times would not feature an image on the front page, but would instead list the names of COVID-19 fatalities, the newspaper was praised online. "U.S. deaths near 100,000, an incalculable loss," the headline read above six columns of names. "They were not simply names on a list. They were us," reads the subhead. read more
President Trump on Thursday complained that Fox News was not doing anything to help him and other Republicans get reelected in November. read more