The former real estate developer threw half-formed ideas at health experts they didn't have time to deal with, The Washington Post reports.
Despite saying that the worst was yet to come, President Trump talked of opening things back up: "We don’t want to be doing this for months and months.”
“This isn’t a class on literature. This is a captain of a massive ship that’s nuclear-powered. He shouldn’t be talking that way in a letter," Trump said of Brett Crozier.
They're bidding against each other and the federal government for supplies Americans desperately need. Then sometimes the orders just don't show up.
President Donald Trump has insisted that the stockpile is only a short-term backup for states.
Former White House ethics chief Walter Shaub called it the "absolute nightmare" he has warned against.
The first lady urged people to get serious about wearing masks amid the coronavirus outbreak. But Donald Trump says he likely won't.
”I don’t believe he know what the hell he’s talking about,” retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré said of Donald Trump's son-in-law.
Donald Trump takes center stage in "The Daily Show" montage of conservatives who for weeks dismissed the threat of the coronavirus.
The tabloid slapped a mask on Trump for saying he likely won’t follow CDC guidelines about wearing them in public amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rep. Adam Schiff slams the "dead of night" decision to gut the intelligence community's independence by firing Michael Atkinson.
President Donald Trump has fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the intelligence community.
Lots of people will get help, though lots more will need it.
He told CBS News' Weijia Jiang she should be "ashamed" for asking about medical supplies and said states should "fend for themselves."
The president held a big party, keeps touching people, and now is all set to return to the golf course despite social distancing guidelines.
“This is voluntary. I don’t think I am going to be doing it,” the president told reporters at Friday's coronavirus task force meeting.
President Donald Trump’s campaign fired off at the former attorney general for tying himself to the president in an effort to win back his old Senate seat in Alabama.
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The Senate majority leader said the Trump administration was too distracted by impeachment to properly respond to the coronavirus threat. Really?
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