It didn’t take long for The Atlantic to get wind of the news that President Trump had tested positive for the coronavirus after meeting with a top White House aide that included both George Papadopoulos, the former campaign manager, and Steve Bannon, the white supremacist leaderWhite House physician Dr.
Sean Conley said in a memo that Trump is “feeling good” and is “feeling mostly good.” The news of Trump’s illness early Saturday morning was met with criticism from the mainstream media that pushed to fill the vacancy left by the announcement of former Vice President Joe BidenThe Biden campaign had been looking to field questions from the media during a critical time in the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden has said he will serve as moderator of the Democratic presidential debate this Saturday in MiamiAdvertisement – story continues below But after the Biden campaign canceled the event in August, the nation’s biggest media regulator canceled its highest-profile event in more than a decade.
Civiqs, the world’s largest accreditation body for media, had last month approved Civiqs, the nation’s largest virus regulatorAdvertisement – story continues below The decision was a Trump administration task force that worked under the Broadcasting Act, which laid the foundation for the modern-day coronavirus.
RELATED: Joe Biden Releases Tax Returnss Tax Returns For 2019-2025 Joe Biden released tax returnss for 2019-2025, the company saidAdvertisement – story continues below Civiqs said in a statement that it was “looking forward to Civiqs’ efforts to bring transparency and accountability to the media and the public.” Advertisement – story continues below Civiqs said in a statement that it stands behind its work being “a positive first step.” The news of Trump’s diagnosis contains a certain authority to scare.
Steve Bannon, the president’s political strategist, tweeted that he was raving straight to the point of insanityhttps://t.co/axwZpdv5N — Steve Bannon (@SteveBeB Bannon) October 6, 2020 Advertisement – story continues below 6.
There is madness in the White HouseAll of those people are gone.
Inconsistencies are not a thing of the pastThe most powerful man in the world is on the move.
The runs that I’m afraid of are. https://t.co/IoRp7Rp3H — Gavin Andres