That’s the states’ problem.A White House official said the administration plans to provide enough tests to all 50 states to screen at least 2% of their residents. https://t.co/g58NfQ7axF via @bpolitics— Kevin Whitelaw (@KevinWhitelaw1) April 27, 2020
Trump in my TV now claiming 5 million people tested is twice as many as any other country. There are more people than that in Harris County. It’s a joke number.
All of the credit, none of the responsibility. Local news cut away again. Nothing newsworthy there.White House has an 11-page testing plan that is expected to be announced this afternoon. Promises to do more research on testing, more collaboration on contact tracing & help secure some more tests but admin remains "last resort" and much of the onus is on states, per draft copy.— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) April 27, 2020
What? As newsworthy as anything Trump will say (and he brought guests. He must be over that “bleach” thing, huh?)So when the country is destroyed, the White House burnt to the ground, nothing left in America but a vast wasteland, Trump will say “I was sarcastically presiding as the Ruler of the Free World..” https://t.co/c9xa2cRvno— Kratos Commander (@CommanderKeif) April 27, 2020
And if you’re still unsure about Trump’s competence, or lack thereof:
It is his responsibility, which just makes it worse.“U.S. intelligence agencies issued warnings about the novel coronavirus in more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for President Trump in January and February... “ https://t.co/S3YL3twVPK— Robert Costa (@costareports) April 27, 2020