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Opinion | A president who promised to put ‘America First’ instead turned us into this

Opinion | A president who promised to put ‘America First’ instead turned us into this

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareHow nice it would be to be in Tokyo today.The Tokyo Metropolitan Government to its last stage of reopening on Thursday, allowing bars, amusement parks and karaoke joints to operate. The city of , in a metropolitan area of 38 million, has averaged just of covid-19 per day, most of which the government efficiently traces to known cases.How nice it would be to be in Auckland today.New Zealand has suspended social distancing and has limits on public gatherings, after it declared the virus eradicated for now; is close...

June 15, 2020
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Opinion | America’s seniors, sacrificed on the altar of reopening

Opinion | America’s seniors, sacrificed on the altar of reopening

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift Share“As we take steps to safely reopen our country, we must remain especially vigilant in sheltering the most vulnerable older Americans,” President Trump last month, duly reading words that had been written for him.If only he had meant them.Of all his unkept promises, this one is particularly personal for me.For the past couple of months, I’ve been juggling my day job with helping my wife, sister-in-law and brother-in-law to provide care in our homes for two elderly relatives with serious health conditions, cancer and...

May 22, 2020
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Opinion | So this is why Bill Barr is such a bully

Opinion | So this is why Bill Barr is such a bully

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift SharePolice in Buffalo a 75-year-old man to the ground and blood pours from his ear. Police in Brooklyn a young woman and call her a “bitch” because she asked why she had to leave the street. Federal authorities in Washington fire at peaceful demonstrators, then lie about it.Get the feeling law enforcement in this country is being run by a middle-school bully?If so, you are not wrong.Childhood bullies have a predisposition to become adult bullies, , and, sure enough, it seems Attorney General William Barr was a teenage bully...

June 9, 2020
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Opinion | Trump tells a damnable and murderous lie

Opinion | Trump tells a damnable and murderous lie

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift Share“It would have been so easy to be truthful.”Thus President Trump this week on the very day he surpassed the milestone of uttering during his presidency, as tallied by the Post’s Fact Checker.But on this day, Trump was not admitting to losing his own struggle with the truth. He was the World Health Organization of “covering up the spread of the coronavirus” and to “ in a timely and transparent fashion.” He declared he was cutting off funding for the world’s public health body in the middle of a pandemic.The next day he the...

April 17, 2020
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Opinion | Trump tests his most promising coronavirus antidote: Lies

Opinion | Trump tests his most promising coronavirus antidote: Lies

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareIn his “whole of America” approach to fighting the pandemic, President Trump has begun clinical trials testing his most promising antidote: Can the novel coronavirus be killed with a lie?Trump has at times speculated that the virus could be killed by an and an , or by or other household disinfectants. But he has never abandoned the regular application of disinformation as his primary defense against the coronavirus.“Some health experts say the U.S. needs 5 million tests per day by June in order to safely reopen,” NBC’s...

April 29, 2020
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Opinion | The one constant in Trump’s presidency: Tomorrow will be worse

Opinion | The one constant in Trump’s presidency: Tomorrow will be worse

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareWhenever you are asked to name the lowest moment of the Trump presidency, one answer is almost always correct: Tomorrow.As the nation ricochets between chaos and calamity, the one reliable constant is the near certainty that things will get worse.On Friday night, President Trump of longtime adviser Roger Stone, convicted by a jury of multiple felonies for lying to federal investigators to protect Trump in the Russia probe. Trump’s clemency came the same day Stone made the corrupt bargain explicit by saying he resisted “”...

July 13, 2020
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Opinion | President Trump is not playing enough golf

Opinion | President Trump is not playing enough golf

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareFive months after the pandemic took over our lives, after nearly 150,000 died in the United States, and after the economy went into intensive care, President Trump last week that he was “in the process of developing a strategy” to fight the coronavirus.Why the rush?Now, the strategy the president has been so hurriedly developing has come into sharp focus. He plans to defeat the virus in a round of golf — no matter how high the membership fees, how great the hazards, or how long the hours on the practice green.As the daily...

July 28, 2020
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Opinion | This may sound like Trump’s wackiest conspiracy theory. But it’s actually true.

Opinion | This may sound like Trump’s wackiest conspiracy theory. But it’s actually true.

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareIt is a case of being hoisted by his own .President Trump has convinced his own supporters of the false conspiracy theory that mail-in ballots are — so much so that Republicans are, evidently, refusing to vote by mail.The Post’s Amy Gardner and Josh Dawsey that Democratic voters have embraced mail ballots in far greater numbers than Republicans in primaries this year — alarming Republican strategists who say it could undercut their candidates, including Trump, particularly in states such as Florida and Arizona. In...

July 10, 2020
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Opinion | The problem isn’t a lack of information. It’s Trump.

Opinion | The problem isn’t a lack of information. It’s Trump.

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareAs President Trump, his advisers and his allies in Congress continue to the World Health Organization for Trump’s failure to prepare for the pandemic, new evidence shows that U.S. and WHO officials in China were in with each other in the crucial days of January, as the virus spread.U.S. personnel working in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing met extensively with WHO officials there in the month of January, the time when Trump accuses the WHO of conspiring with China to hide the true danger of the novel coronavirus. According to...

April 20, 2020
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Opinion | Trump’s Republican Party displays its systemic racism

Opinion | Trump’s Republican Party displays its systemic racism

This article was published more than 2 years agoCommentGift ShareAs Democrats legislation on Monday, a reporter asked about Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), a Trump ally who there is no “structural racism” in law enforcement and who called for an “” by the U.S. military to quash racial unrest.House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.), an African American and a product of the segregated South, by paraphrasing a quote from : “The greatness of America lies not in being more enlightened than any other nation, but rather in her ability to repair her faults.”Waving an index finger, Clyburn then...

June 8, 2020
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