Fact Check: Trump’s coronavirus response is plagued with misstatements https://t.co/QQPeEtnR8t— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) March 16, 2020
Fact check: President Trump made yet another false claim to minimize the severity of the coronavirus crisis, claiming Sunday that the virus is under "control."— CNN (@CNN) March 16, 2020
Experts say the US does not have the virus even close to contained. https://t.co/sDQnFcCOGZ
"We have it very well under control."— David Leonhardt (@DLeonhardt) March 15, 2020
"We pretty much shut it down."
"The numbers are going to get progressively better."
"We’re going very substantially down, not up."
"One day — it’s like a miracle — it will disappear."
None of it was true. https://t.co/E7ZDLvqMmv
We're starting a list –> Tracking Trump’s false or misleading coronavirus claims https://t.co/RP3QvHWpa3— Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) March 14, 2020
“President Trump continues to lie to the American people and say that testing is going smoothly… that’s not the case.” @JakeTapper reports on coronavirus testing troubles. https://t.co/8dUuBm3yRP pic.twitter.com/P9uwDuz6p7— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) March 12, 2020
The CDC identified the 1st case of the virus on 4/14/09. The Obama admin declared swine flu a public health emergency on 4/26/26. The FDA approved a rapid test for the virus 2 days later. At the time, the CDC had reported 64 cases & zero deaths. https://t.co/qgnzskwVEI— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) March 14, 2020
We've deleted an earlier tweet to this story to reflect that President Trump's statement was a false claim. The headline of the article has also been updated to note the claim was false. https://t.co/5AOpXO87gw— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 13, 2020
Majority of Americans don't trust Donald Trump to tell truth about coronavirus threat: Poll https://t.co/kNRizmMGrI— Kim (Our strength is our shared commitment. 2020) (@kimc473) March 13, 2020