Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign this week; rambling on a series of recommendations during the Coronavirus crisis to help slow the spread of the deadly disease.
“In order to avoid those very high numbers we have to do several things. One: We have to depend on what the President is going to do right now. First of all, he has to, tell, wait for all the cases before anything happens. Look, the whole idea is he has to get in place things we’re shortages of,” said Biden.
Sure, that makes sense… 🤦 pic.twitter.com/2AhKT4mAAk
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) March 31, 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo weighed-in on the ongoing Coronavirus crisis Tuesday; saying “disinformation is dangerous” during a global pandemic as the Trump administration works to slow the spread of the disease.
“Every morning I wake up and I read the data set from across the world… We’ve had one of our team members pass away from this, we’ve had 3,000 Americans die. This data set matters. The ability to trust the data is everything,” said Secretary Pompeo.
“This is the reason disinformation is dangerous… I would urge every nation: Do your best to collect the data, do your best to share that information,” he added. “We’re doing that. We’re collecting and sharing.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "Disinformation is dangerous." pic.twitter.com/SEO4qeD47J
— The Hill (@thehill) March 31, 2020
Watch Secretary Pompeo’s comments above.
BERNIE: ‘I Am Prepared to Put a Hold On This Bill Until Stronger Conditions Are Imposed’
Senator Bernie Sanders raised new objections over the bipartisan Coronavirus relief package this week; saying he was prepared to “put a hold” on any legislation that does not include new protection for American workers.
“Unless Republican Senators drop their objections to the coronavirus legislation, I am prepared to put a hold on this bill until stronger conditions are imposed on the $500 billion corporate welfare fund,” posted Sanders on social media.
Unless Republican Senators drop their objections to the coronavirus legislation, I am prepared to put a hold on this bill until stronger conditions are imposed on the $500 billion corporate welfare fund. pic.twitter.com/7X0o9C4BoO
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) March 25, 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden received the backing of a major American union this week; further advancing his march towards the Democratic nomination as Bernie Sanders refuses to concede the race.
“AFSCME, a union of 1.4 million public service workers nationwide, has endorsed former Vice President @JoeBiden for President. The endorsement was made by a unanimous vote of the union’s 35-member International Executive Board,” posted the union on social media.
AFSCME, a union of 1.4 million public service workers nationwide, has endorsed former Vice President @JoeBiden for President. The endorsement was made by a unanimous vote of the union’s 35-member International Executive Board. https://t.co/0jcLJYW39P
— AFSCME ✊🏽 (@AFSCME) March 23, 2020
“It’s not for me to tell him to drop out,” said Biden earlier this week. “It’s up to Bernie to do what he wants to do.”
“If there is a debate in April, he plans to be there,” the Sanders campaign confirmed to Fox News.
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Source: Fox News
BIDEN VS BERNIE: Watch the Democrat Debate LOWLIGHTS Now
Former Vice President Joe Biden squared-off against Senator Bernie Sanders in the first one-on-one Democrat debate of the 2020 election; arguing over a range of issues including Fidel Castro, the War in Iraq, Coronavirus, and more.
“Fortunately, I don’t have any of the underlying conditions,” said Biden on the Coronavirus just seconds before touching his face.
“China is undoubtedly an authoritarian society, but would anybody deny that extreme poverty in China today is much less than what it was 40 or 50 years ago? That’s a fact!” added Sanders.
Watch the Democrat debate LOWLIGHTS above.