The MSNBC host described the lack of a national policy to tackle the coronavirus pandemic as "fatal."
Pence said he didn't believe Trump “has ever belittled the threat of the coronavirus. This montage shows otherwise.
The "Hannity" host ranted about suing "the media mob" in his latest vitriolic diatribe.
The "Star Wars" actor said he "didn't want it to go to waste" and shared it later in the day.
The president has dismissed "that woman from Michigan" for daring to appeal for federal help in the battle against coronavirus.
"What, are you working for CNN?" the president asked after the mention of the dismantling of the pandemic response team.
The statewide death toll from the coronavirus doubled in 72 hours to more than 1,900.
The president warned that drug cartels were working to "exploit" the country as officials said more than 4,000 people had been killed by COVID-19.
Former national security adviser slams Trump for telling White House reporter Yamiche Alcindor to "be nice" and not "threatening" at a coronavirus briefing.
The vice president told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that Trump never “belittled the threat of the coronavirus” and "knows that we will get through this."
GOP leaders are claiming President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial distracted him from preparing for COVID-19.
A watchdog group says the postcard with coronavirus guidelines seemed designed to boost Trump’s reelection.
President Donald Trump has yet to issue a nationwide stay-at-home order, even though many states have gone ahead and required residents to stay home.
"The Late Show" host turned cabin fever into comedy gold.
The "Late Night" host untangled spoof coronavirus-related sayings with a dig at Donald Trump.
Mike Lindell praised God for Trump's election and told Americans to read the Bible at a coronavirus briefing.
"Why didn't Mitch McConnell and the Republicans use all the time they saved not listening to witnesses to get ready for the coronavirus?" one person fired back.
Kellyanne Conway's husband says impeachment wasn't the distraction from coronavirus, Trump was.
The former president urged voters to "demand better of our government."
The Democratic presidential candidate said the country could still hold an election and fight the virus at the same time.