It’s Monday aka A Day Ending in Y.
For A Day Ending in Y, President Baby has tweeted 16 times and retweeted 8 times.
His first tweet was sent at 8:22 a.m. D.C. time.
This picture seems like just yesterday when Ronald recieved the Congressional Medal of Honor. What a man! https://t.co/77AzHrrOZC— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
CBS News reported Friday that Medal of Honor recipient, former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer II, passed away at Sibley Memorial Hospital in D.C.. His wife, Miranda, said he had been diagnosed with cancer three years ago. Shurer was 41 years old.
The encouraging hate tweet…
This love of Country went all over. They hate Fake News, and so do I! https://t.co/b4HM0C298h— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
Kevin Vesey is a reporter for Channel News 12 Long Island, New York. On May 14th, 2020, Vesey was sent to cover a reopening Long Island Rally. His original tweet has now be tweeted or retweeted by President Hater 4 times starting on May 15th.
I’ll probably never forget what happened today.— Kevin Vesey (@KevinVesey) May 14, 2020
I was insulted. I was berated. I was practically chased by people who refused to wear masks in the middle of a pandemic.
All the while, I was there to tell THEIR story. Here’s the finished product. pic.twitter.com/HV2Hrcs7gi
On Sunday Veser spoke with the organizers of the event, who say their message was obscured by “a few loud voices.”
The organizers of Thursday’s protest say their message was obscured by a few loud voices. So we gave them another chance to have their views heard. Here’s the story. pic.twitter.com/JRfhGk606N— Kevin Vesey (@KevinVesey) May 17, 2020
The encouraging large gatherings during a pandemic tweet.
MAGA crowds are bigger than ever! https://t.co/zKxoTBw02v— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
Continuing the theme of encouraging large gatherings while self-promoting tweet.
This is unbelievable! https://t.co/R1FCUnnzXz— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
The promotes super fans and cult cabinet member HHS Secretary tweets.
True, except to the Fake News Media and a former president who didn’t have a clue! https://t.co/srDQVIKZlB— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
Asked on Sunday during an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union hosted by Jake Tapper if as Health and Human Service’s Secretary he was concerned about states not adhering to the social distancing guidelines or wearing masks as the country reopens amid the coronvirus pandemic, Alex Azar in part says, “Well Jake thanks to the President’s historic response here…” he adds later that being irresponsible is part of the freedom we have in America.
The ALL CAPS TWEETS!
REOPEN OUR COUNTRY!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
TRANSITION TO GREATNESS— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
The promotes a Washington Post Headline, while he brags about himself tweet.
Wow! The Front Page @washingtonpost Headline reads, “A BOOST IN TESTS, BUT LACK OF TAKERS.” We have done a great job on Ventilators, Testing, and everything else. Were left little by Obama. Over 11 million tests, and going up fast. More than all countries in the world, combined.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
On Sunday the Washington Post reported that, “tests for the virus finally are becoming widely available, a crucial step toward lifting stay-at-home orders and safely returning to normal life. But while many states no longer report crippling supply shortages, a new problem has emerged: too few people lining up to get tested.”
According to a Washington Post survey, “of governors’ offices and state health departments found at least a dozen states where testing capacity outstrips the supply of patients. Many have scrambled to make testing more convenient, especially for vulnerable communities, by setting up pop-up sites and developing apps that help assess symptoms, find free test sites and deliver quick results.”
The headline of the article reads: As coronavirus testing expands, a new problem arises: Not enough people to test. It’s possible that the headline in the real newspaper was different than the online headline. The New York Times, usually notes such an event, however, I cannot find a notation similar on the Washington Post article, but it’s still a possibility or he simply misquoted the headline.
The comments on a Wall Street Journal Opinion Piece tweets.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial states that it doesn’t want me to act in an “impulsive” manner in Afghanistan. Could somebody please explain to them that we have been there for 19 years, and while soldier counts are way down now, hardly impulsive. Besides, the Taliban is…..— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
…..mixed about even wanting us to get out. They make a fortune $$$ by having us stay, and except at the beginning, we never really fought to win. We are more of a police force than the mighty military that we are, especially now as rebuilt. No, I am not acting impulsively!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
On Sunday The Wall Street Journal published an Editorial Board Opinion Piece that explained after last week’s terror attack in Afghanistan on a Kabul maternity ward that killed 26, women, children and babies, weekend news may have brought some hope as “the country’s main non-Taliban political rivals agreed to a power-sharing deal.”
This section of the piece is President Moron’s big takeaway from the rays of hope seen with a merging of power between Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah.
The U.S. is hoping the deal will bring the Taliban back to the negotiating table, though the insurgents continue to attack Afghan police, army units and civilians. The Taliban know that President Trump is eager to withdraw all U.S. troops from the country, preferably before Election Day in November, so he can claim a diplomatic victory. But that gives the Taliban an incentive to bide their time in the hope of goading Mr. Trump to do something impulsive.Wall Street Journal Opinion Piece. 05/17/2020.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial states that it doesn’t want me to act in an “impulsive” manner in Afghanistan. What they actual said, “But that gives the Taliban an incentive to bide their time in the hope of goading Mr. Trump to do something impulsive.”
The Trying to President Tweet.
We are with them! https://t.co/H7DRHXPJYb— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
SBS News, who’s Twitter bio explains that they are “bringing you the national and global news that matters,” reported that more than 110 countries “have backed Australia’s push for an independent coronavirus inquiry which has caused a damaging rift with China.”
Calls Dr. Rick Bright a “Never Trumper,” while promoting Bright’s 60 minute interview tweet.
So the so-called HHS Whistleblower was against HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE. Then why did he make, and sign, an emergency use authorization? @NorahODonnell said, “He shared his concerns with a reporter.” In other words, he LEAKED. A dumb @60Minutes hit job on a grandstanding Never Trumper!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
Highlights from the interview.
“I knew that all of the signs for a pandemic were present,” says government scientist Rick Bright. “It was just a matter of time before that virus then jumped and left China and appeared in other countries.” https://t.co/vEgWhfcD6r pic.twitter.com/oepCICNRO0— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
“We had practiced… We knew exactly what to do,” says former BARDA scientists Rick Bright about the “Crimson Contagion” pandemic exercise that government agencies had run months before the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/Lt9yKsDqmF pic.twitter.com/UhGmuM7Q7v— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
Former BARDA scientist says one lesson government agencies learned during a 2019 exercise about responding to a fast-spreading virus from China was that the U.S. medical supply chain would be under stocked and under stress during a pandemic. https://t.co/9lRKJzzrK6 pic.twitter.com/Jqlo0mZasm— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
Whistleblower Rick Bright says that in January 2020, he repeatedly tried to alert his superiors at HHS about warnings he was receiving regarding depleted PPE supply chains. https://t.co/JrCE7ibj7B pic.twitter.com/LdTPZMXvQp— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
“I believe my last-ditch effort to protect Americans from that drug was the final straw that they used.” Government scientist Rick Bright says he believes he was retaliated against for raising concerns about hydroxychloroquine. https://t.co/pbZFkHyNN8 pic.twitter.com/KnHoFZgwvU— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
“We don't yet have a national strategy to respond fully to this pandemic,” says government scientist Rick Bright, who filed a whistleblower complaint charging the government’s response to coronavirus has been slow and chaotic. https://t.co/U1L3I1AiXS pic.twitter.com/AdEI5ZUQwp— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 17, 2020
The campaigning tweet.
Sleepy Joe is wrong again! https://t.co/BffAhzSDdi— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
On April 8th, 2020, CNN President Liar’s Fact-Checker Daniel Dale explained that former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign did issue a statement that said Biden did support President Liar’s travel restrictions on China.
However, Biden had never said President Liar’s travel restrictions on China were wrong.
Biden’s campaign did say last week that Biden supports Trump’s travel restrictions on China. But Biden has not said that he was wrong about anything related to the travel restrictions; Biden’s campaign has maintained that his accusations of xenophobia were not specifically about those restrictions, and Biden did not take a firm position on the restrictions until his expression of support last week. “Never happened,” campaign spokesperson Andrew Bates said Tuesday of Trump’s claim that Biden has made an admission of error.
[For What It’s Worth]
Given the timing of Biden’s remarks, it’s not unreasonable for Trump to have inferred that Biden was claiming that the travel restrictions were an example of xenophobia. But Biden never specifically said that — and Biden’s campaign says the former vice president had been making a general statement about Trump’s record and Biden’s hopes for the response, not an accusation about the restrictions in particular.CNN, Daniel Dale. 04/08/2020.
Despite the campaign’s explanation, we can’t say that Trump’s claim that Biden called the restrictions xenophobic was inaccurate; Biden left his words open to interpretation. But Trump was incorrect when he said Biden has acknowledged having been wrong.
Attacking Senator Mitt Romney, again, tweet.
LOSER! pic.twitter.com/p5imhMJqS1— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
At 8:50 CA time, this is now his pinned tweet.
The back to ALL CAPS tweet.
OIL (ENERGY) IS BACK!!!!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2020
Here’s Trump’s public schedule for tomorrow. (Public schedules don’t include all of a president’s activities.) pic.twitter.com/DfGBANcQwq— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) May 17, 2020
This post might be updated.