Tag: Donald Trump
The question for the next six months: Will the damage from Trump’s past, present and future crimes against humanity make him less electable?
"The Treasury has the ability to move this money extremely quickly; there's nobody that Secretary Mnuchin has to ask."
"At the very least these workers need immediate paid sick leave, but for them to be able to pay their bills and support their families, they need economic relief more than any other group of Americans."
The Trump administration’s response has been to deny, blame, obfuscate, and generally cover up.
We spend the hour looking at how the Trump administration has failed to account for what may be thousands of infections because of ongoing problems with access to testing, and how other countries have responded.
After all—god save us—he might even find himself in the White House for a second term (if the coronavirus or Bernie Sanders doesn’t take him down first).
Trump's frequent interactions with people and groups who have a vested interest in influencing U.S. policy amount to an "astonishing rate of corruption."
The word “outrageous” comes to mind.
With defense spending largely untouchable, health programs and other social support systems will likely bear the brunt.