Sharpening the curve.
“The numbers are clearly alarming.”
“They are not receiving postmortem tests.”
“And I’m being nice when I say that.”
“But we’ve never closed down the country for the flu. So you say to yourself, what is this all about?”
“I’ve been in ICU care for 15 years, and this is the worst I have ever seen things.”
“Florida is going to be a tough situation, I would predict.”
CDC director: “The new China is Europe.”
In the wake of the decision by the World Health Organization to label the coronavirus a pandemic, President Trump addressed …
“…this national lock down, is a hail mary.”
What could go wrong?
“The University of Washington said on Friday that it would cancel in-person classes…”
Pandemic? Not quite.
Votes of non-confidence.
It’s all in the translation, you know.
Anything for a bit of publicity.
“…the media profited for years by sensationalizing an already sensational and utterly unjustified story.”
“I was interrogated for 53 hours over five days, without a lawyer…”
A spat with Malta, but hopefully nothing more
It’s Brussels’ problem now
A tough border to harden
Somebody is trying to stay hidden
And possibly her own exit this week
The name probably could have used a second pass
No room at the inn
Meet the new boss, really not the same as the old boss at all
Another swing and a miss from the media
Some interesting figures
The times they are a’ changing
Things are heating up in Italy, even after a snowstorm
Promising to begin kicking them out of the country
Keep tearing them down
And they’re not the only ones
Plus: Trump admin weighing legal action against China for hoarding PPE?
Nothing like the last minute …
“What the f***?!”