Trump’s self-destruction runs rampant in a White House stymied by chaos and infighting over a pandemic that now controls the presidential race.
It’s getting late early. President Donald Trump is privately reassuring Republicans anxious about his deficits to Democrat Joe Biden, noting there are three months until
“While I cannot blame anyone directly for this, this week has shown that there are some members of Congress who fail to take this crisis seriously. Numerous Republican members routinely strut around the Capitol without a mask to selfishly make a political statement at the expense of their colleagues, staff, and their families.”
As his re-election campaign continues to wither and die, Trump turns to his usual lies, distortions, and claims to power he does not have.
Both sides blaming the other as agreement appears elusive.
Trump keeps calling anyone who disagrees with him a “traitor” or “treasonous.” That’s his way of deflecting those who feel the same way about him.
Normally, the compliant GOP goes along with just about everything Trump proposes, even the most outlandish ones. Not this time.
The nation’s leading infectious disease expert is expected to tell Congress that the Coronavirus pandemic will remain with this nation and no end appears to be in sight unless drastic changes are made.
While Trump fiddles, ignores and looks away, the House Speaker takes action after a longtime member of the legislative body comes down with the Coronavirus.