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Christi Grimm, the agency's acting inspector general, led a report detailing hospitals' difficulty fighting the coronavirus. Trump called it "Another Fake Dossier!"
The secretary of health and human services wouldn’t say if he’s concerned by people gathering in large crowds without masks.
After the first COVID-19 case was detected in January, a company offered to make millions of N95 masks. A federal agency said no.
Last month, the president suggested a report on hospital supply shortages released by the department's watchdog was "her opinion."
Dr. Rick Bright said he was removed as head of BARDA because he challenged the use of drugs promoted by the administration that lacked scientific backing.
Had Trump not downplayed the crisis for two months, critics say, hospitals might have been prepared for the pandemic.
A watchdog group says the postcard with coronavirus guidelines seemed designed to boost Trump’s reelection.
It was just a "clerical error."
Seema Verma filed a claim for jewelry worth $43,000 that was apparently stolen from her rented SUV during a work trip to San Francisco.
A new report shows the Trump administration was prepared to separate 26,000 children from their parents, despite knowing it couldn't keep track of them.