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Lynn: Don the Con is unfit for anything He watches up to 7 hours of TV a day, and spreads retoric not based on his advisors, but based on what he see's on TV. More than likely Fox TV. The only thing worse than a pandemic is having Donald Trump as your president during a pandemic. Tens of thousands of Americans have died. Tens of millions have lost their jobs. President Trump, meanwhile, has indulged in self-pity, touted an unproven drug, bragged about the TV ratings of his press briefings, and expressed interest in the idea of people injecting disinfectants into their lungs — or, as we used to call it, committing suicide. After saying he wanted "the governors to be running things," Trump said his authority was "total." "The president of the United States calls the hots," he explained. Three days later, he told governors, "You're going to call your own shots." To the extent that Trump has a plan, it is to take credit for everything the governors do well and to blame them for everything he does poorly. Too late. He failed to prepare for the pandemic even though — and also because — there was a book outlining how to prepare for a pandemic. Trump doesn't read much, know much, or learn much. He feels much and talks much. He is misleading the public about unproven cures, Trump “has a small personal financial interest” in Sanofi, the French drugmaker that makes Plaquenil, the brand-name version of hydroxychloroquine "a very special thing" and to say that "a lot of people are saying" that patients should take the unproven drug "Is irresponsible and it's dangerous".He also said that disinfectants could be explored as a possible treatment for COVID-19 infections — an extremely dangerous proposition that could kill people, medical experts have stressed. “And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute. One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning?" Trump said during his daily press briefing at the White House. "Because you see it gets on the lungs, and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it’d be interesting to check that. So that you’re going to have to use medical doctors, but it sounds — it sounds interesting to me." The CDC said that it was “demoralizing” as a doctor to hear the White House “peddle improper health messaging," and said the president had a pattern of pushing unproven medical treatments. Donald Trump’s political appointees exerted pressure on top U.S. health officials to distribute chloroquine-based medications after the president began touting hydroxychloroquine as a potential miracle cure for the novel coronavirus. Brett Giroir, Trump’s COVID-19 testing czar and the assistant secretary for health who oversees the U.S. Public Health Service, sent an email with the subject line “Hydroxychloroquine” to a group that included FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor, HHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response Robert Kadlec, and Navy Rear Admiral John Polowczyk, who leads a supply-chain task force at FEMA, that read: “WH call. Really want to flood Ny and NJ with treatment courses. Hospitals have it. Sick out patients don’t. And can’t get. So go through distribution channels as we discussed. If we have 29 million perhaps send a few million ASAP? WH wants follow up in AM. On Tuesday, the administration’s top coronavirus vaccine developer, Rick Bright, said he was pushed out of his position for resisting efforts “to fund potentially dangerous drugs promoted by those with political connections.” He told Fox News' Sean Hannity he had a "hunch" about the coronavirus death rate. "Personally, I would say the number is way under 1 percent," he said, adding, "I don't believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators." As Joel Stein said, "Sometimes you just know in your gut how many ventilators each hospital will need in a pandemic." Trump doesn't want to wait. He is more focused on the economy that the pandemic. Just six days after he called himself "a wartime president," he said the war had "been going for a while" and that it should end by Easter (19 days later). Why Easter? Because, he said, "Easter is a very special day ... for me." Trump makes everything about him, even the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The United States will send ventilators to three countries in Latin America - Ecuador, El Salvador and Honduras - as well as to Indonesia, Don the Con said on Friday, as the coronavirus pandemic has devastated countries around the world. Trump Hotels has exciting plans to open the collection’s first resort in Asia as Trump International Hotel & Tower Bali. When completed, the luxurious resort will be the largest and most integrated lifestyle resort destination in Bali. How can the United States send aid of ventilators to foreign countries when the have badly needed here? Anyone but wannabe mob boss Don the Con in 2020!
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