They may be from the same family but, just like siblings, there are a few distinctions.
P V: What the media doesn’t want you to know: January 31: President Trump declares a national health emergency and imposes a ban on travel to and from China. Former Vice President Joe Biden calls Trump’s decision “hysterical xenophobia … and fear-mongering.” January 11: Chinese state media report the first known death from an illness originating in the Wuhan market. January 15: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds a vote to send articles of impeachment to the Senate. Pelosi and House Democrats celebrate the “solemn” occasion with a signing ceremony, using commemorative pens. That same day, the first person with coronavirus in the United States arrives from China, where he had been in Wuhan. January 21: The first American case of coronavirus is confirmed at a clinic in Snohomish County, Washington. January 23: The House impeachment managers make their opening arguments for removing President Trump. January 23: China closes off the city of Wuhan completely to slow the spread of coronavirus to the rest of China. January 27: The White House convenes a special task force to deal with the emerging threat of coronavirus. January 29: The president chairs a meeting of the White House coronavirus task force for the first time. January 30: Senators begin asking two days of questions of both sides in the president’s impeachment trial. January 30: The World Health Organization declares a global health emergency as coronavirus continues to spread. January 31: The Senate holds a vote on whether to allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial. January 31: President Trump declares a national health emergency and imposes a ban on travel to and from China. Former Vice President Joe Biden calls Trump’s decision “hysterical xenophobia … and fear-mongering.” February 2: The first death from coronavirus outside China is reported in the Philippines. February 3: House impeachment managers begin closing arguments, calling Trump a threat to national security. February 4: President Trump talks about coronavirus in his State of the Union address; Pelosi rips up every page. February 5: The Senate votes to acquit President Trump on both articles of impeachment, 52-48 and 53-47. February 5: House Democrats finally take up coronavirus in the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia.