Trump Rails Against A Democrat “Hoax” As Americans Brace For Coronavirus Disruptions

Published on March 3, 2020

While state and local governments prepare for disruptions to everyday life due to the Coronavirus outbreak, President Trump spent much of his weekend complaining that Democrats and the media were politicizing the issue. #Colbert #Comedy #Coronavirus

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  • sarcasmo57 11 months ago

    By saying “they politicized the virus” the urine colored man politicized the virus.

  • BS HUNTER 11 months ago

    I have seen Poo with more intrinsic value than the US President. Frantic liar, serial adulterer and obvious criminal and imbecile. What more could you want in a leader? MAGA !!!!!

  • Barry Allen 11 months ago

    How come you were funnier on someone else’s show?

  • harlow jean 1975 deymonaz 11 months ago

    I live in Washington state. We are worried

  • Tom Boughan 11 months ago

    Russia, Russia, Russia! Later, he said that he said it wasn’t a hoax.

  • Civil Villain 11 months ago

    Trump told us this was a hoax. And if there’s a more trustworthy and honest man than Trump, I haven’t met him.

  • dcptiv 11 months ago

    Trumps claims that the virus will go away in summer due to the warm weather… ahh its summer here in Australia & we have it. A elderly guy died a few days ago in Perth. Perth is very hot even by Australian standards so believe me, the warmer weather does not mean anything.

  • Kate RH 11 months ago

    Yep — the Democrats convinced China, Italy, France. Australia etc etc to release the virus to kill thousands just to get at Trump. How self absorbed can one moron be?

  • Dodelijk Koninkrijk 11 months ago

    Presidential Hoax in Chief

  • Maje Brennan 11 months ago

    We can all go back to wearing gloves.

  • Brian Cossey 11 months ago

    I hope trump gets the virus, he should go to China to prove to us its ok

  • Duncan Jay 11 months ago

    Corona virus might introduce delivery cocktails 🥰🤷🏽‍♂️😬🧟‍♀️🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️🧟‍♂️

  • will crow 11 months ago

    Late Night With Letterman, ‘Top Ten Tips For Travelers’ : “Never LEND someone your Chapstick at the bus station.”
    I still remember the segment.

  • the last of the lemmings 11 months ago

    Wow! Can you believe we live in such a crazy time, that a worldwide pandemic with people dying is good comedy?

  • and your little dog too 11 months ago

    Democratic Greece fell to tyrants and oligarchs. We’re just the repeat. Kiss democracy goodbye. Trump will install his own constitution ensuring unlimited presidential if not imperial reigns. And so yes, Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Washington, these dead did die in vain.

  • martin wilk 11 months ago

    The only hoax is that Trump is president

  • Ali Qazilbash 11 months ago

    tingle with her wig,
    while enjoying vodka on a stic,
    don’t know, don’t ask….

  • Jason Blade 11 months ago

    Trump is a despicable buffoon that will use anything to divide the country and reinforce his cult. Disgusting. It’s a life or death situation.

  • jim wedge 11 months ago

    Relax folks. Dr.Pence is on the case. Oh, not a doctor? Uh oh.

  • Trumpty Dumpty your fall is coming! 11 months ago

    *BERNIE would NEVER do this:* In 2018, the Trump administration FIRED the Government’s Entire Pandemic Response Chain of Command, including the White House management infrastructure, because it was set up by Obama. White House efforts included reducing $15 billion in national health spending and cutting the global disease-fighting operational budgets of the CDC, NSC, DHS, and HHS, and the $30 million Complex Crises Fund was eliminated.

    Trump Has Sabotaged America’s Coronavirus Response
    by Laura Garrett
    In 2018, the Trump administration fired the Government’s Entire Pandemic Response Chain of Command, including the White House management infrastructure. In numerous phone calls and emails with key agencies across the U.S. government, the only consistent response I encountered was distressed confusion.

    *White House efforts included reducing $15 billion in national health spending and cutting the global disease-fighting operational budgets of the CDC, NSC, DHS, and HHS. And the government’s $30 million Complex Crises Fund was eliminated.*

    In May 2018, Trump ordered the NSC’s entire global health security unit shut down, calling for reassignment of Rear Adm. Timothy Ziemer and dissolution of his team inside the agency. The month before, then-White House National Security Advisor John Bolton pressured Ziemer’s DHS counterpart, Tom Bossert, to resign along with his team. Neither the NSC nor DHS epidemic teams have been replaced. The global health section of the CDC was so drastically cut in 2018 that much of its staff was laid off and the number of countries it was working in was reduced from 49 to merely 10. Meanwhile, throughout 2018, the U.S. Agency for International Development and its director, Mark Green, came repeatedly under fire from both the White House and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. And though Congress has so far managed to block Trump administration plans to cut the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps by 40 percent, the disease-fighting cadres have steadily eroded as retiring officers go unreplaced.

    *Public health advocates have been ringing alarm bells to no avail.*

    Ronald Klain, who directed U.S. efforts on Ebola, has been warning for two years that the United States was in grave danger should a pandemic emerge. In 2017 and 2018, the philanthropist billionaire Bill Gates met repeatedly with Bolton and his predecessor, H.R. McMaster, warning that ongoing cuts to the global health disease infrastructure would render the United States vulnerable to, as he put it, the “significant probability of a large and lethal modern-day pandemic occurring in our lifetimes.” And an independent, bipartisan panel formed by the Center for Strategic and International Studies concluded that lack of preparedness was so acute in the Trump administration that the “United States must either pay now and gain protection and security or wait for the next epidemic and pay a much greater price in human and economic costs.”


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