His negligence will kill people and damage the economy.
This isn't only about propaganda. Trump's own advisers told him not to trust that Xi Jingping was giving him an honest picture of the virus in China, at a critical moment when the U.S. could have been mobilizing defenses more quickly. https://t.co/13LKga2yhe pic.twitter.com/bHhRiHCTvC— Shane Harris (@shaneharris) March 30, 2020
“But Trump’s aides were told to expect a potential pandemic…” https://t.co/ULAxrEd5c9— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) March 26, 2020
Uh…were the sources of these "classified warnings" about coronavirus the multitude of videos showing mass devastation in China and beyond?! Or the many warnings from medics?! There was tons of reporting. We all knew. On @gaslitnation we did our first corona special in January! https://t.co/H3VViC7TZW— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) March 21, 2020
From February, Democrats tried to get republicans to care https://t.co/Auyp1X8nE6— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@MollyJongFast) March 21, 2020
President Donald Trump ignored reports from US intelligence agencies starting in January that warned of the scale and intensity of the coronavirus outbreak in China, The Washington Post reported Friday. https://t.co/ue7QJOvPrV— CNN (@CNN) March 21, 2020
As the outbreak spread, Trump ignored warnings from:— Robert Reich (@RBReich) March 21, 2020
It took an intervention from Tucker Carlson for him to take the crisis seriously.
“Ford’s timeline suggested that if the administration had reacted to the acute shortage of ventilators in February, the joint effort between Ford and General Electric might have produced lifesaving equipment sometime in mid- to late April” https://t.co/mnuTJbvPEQ— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) March 25, 2020