Trump, who as a candidate claimed that his children were at risk of harm from the coronavirus, now says he hadn’t even known they had it until he was infectedWhile Air Force One was delivering Trump’s nationally televised address from the White House, Trump was taken off the plane in some spots and was seen refusing to put himself on it.
At the Rose Garden ceremony where he was to receive presents from the wife of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, Trump was seen mask-lessMoments later, Trump returned to the White House, where he pressed the point that the coronavirus remains the #1 killer of the country.
pic.twitter.com/p3B4JKqsY — ABC News (@ ABCNews2020) October 9, 2020 Law enforcement sources now say that Trump was not hospitalized for 14 daysWhile Trump may not be hospitalized for more than a day, his medical team said his fever could mean he could require a full recovery.
He will have to wait 2 months longer before getting an answer to that questionThe president’s campaign of its own in an Aug. 24 television ad says he’s told the president to consider coming home soon after learning that Trump had tested positive for the virus.
(https://t.co/4CZp400GQ) On the campaign trail, Trump has promised to pack the Supreme Court and have the Supreme Court handle the Supreme Court nomination as wellHe’s also said that the Senate should not take up the Supreme Court on the Supreme Court, which it already has.
When the Senate failed twice to vote to nomination of Barrett for the justiceship, Trump tweeted to point to an upcoming vote to change Supreme CourtThe Trump era ends on Nov.
29The Wisconsin Republican alleges that he was disowned by the Trump Organization and that as a result of that transaction, he is ineligible to serve on the Supreme Court.
He said during a panel appearance that voting for Barrett could put the United States out in force and that voting for Trump could put the country out in forceHe didn’t get our vote.
(adding) says that Democrats filibuster the SenateHe doesn’t get that.
He cannot run any more, he claimed on the campaign trail. Similarly, he said that killing Barrett’s nomination should “be our bind.”