They also mandate seatbelts. That's not political. So why is it with masks?
What could be calmer than dead person? — Baden
But it's OK, it's Trump. He's allowed be a racist, piss on the troops, and kill Americans. — Baden
If you don't have really bad scandals, then make something out of a minor issue. It all goes along with the normal way how campaigns are done in the US. And anyway, with Q-anons and Pizzagates, no reason to stick to reality, there is a crowd for that too.But everyone forgot bEnGaZzi!!! — Baden
"The government" is just a group of people. They don't have the physical ability to force everyone to wear masks even if they wanted to. This is why I believe more emphasis needs to be placed on taking on personal responsibility as opposed to just having faith that those in power will do the right thing.The government has a duty to get involved. — Michael
Woodward book: Trump says he knew coronavirus was ‘deadly’ and worse than the flu while intentionally misleading Americans
At the risk of being accused of TDS... I think that this is a not good thing.
And at the risk of being called a Trumpet, I would like to point out that he added he does not want to create a panic. — Derukugi
The toilet paper runs were bad enough as they were. — Derukugi
If had created a panic, the media would bash hin for that. Orangemanband if you do, orangemanbad if you don´t. — Derukugi
Bahrain has become the latest Arab nation to agree to normalize ties with Israel as part of a broader diplomatic push by President Donald Trump and his administration to fully integrate the Jewish state into the Middle East.
Trump announced the agreement on Friday, following a three-way phone call he had with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa. The three leaders also issued a brief six-paragraph joint statement, attesting to the deal.
Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner noted that the agreement is the second Israel has reached with an Arab country in 30 days after having made peace with only two Arab nations — Egypt and Jordan — in 72 years of its independence.
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