Donald Trump

Rudy Giuliani and Sean Hannity are two of the Trump loyalists who have thrown their support behind hydroxychloroquine.
"Trump cannot escape the pitiless judgment of history," writes Max Boot.
The president suggested there's nothing to lose by trying an anti-malarial drug for COVID-19. Doctors say you could lose your life.
The host of "Last Week Tonight" is fed up with Jared Kushner, who is both the son-in-law of and adviser to President Trump.
In a statement, Michael Atkinson said he "faithfully discharged my legal obligation as an independent and impartial Inspector General."
“I’m not acting as a doctor,” the president, contradicting doctors, said from the White House on Sunday.
“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases,” he said.
Vice Admiral Jerome Adams called on the nine Republican governors who have not issued statewide stay-at-home orders to "do their part."
An AP report found agencies responding to the coronavirus pandemic waited far too late to bulk order essential medical equipment for health professionals.
What the patron saint of failed presidents can tell us about the current one.
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 Saturday the worst was yet to come, the president 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.