Health experts are praising the Trump administration for their swift and effective coronavirus vaccine efforts.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted Democrats over their nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. On Monday, the lead Republican blasted the contents of the bill, noting it’s “stuffed with non-COVID related liberal goals and more band-aid policies.”
Republican lawmakers are speaking out against Democrat efforts to save blue states from debt with billion of dollars from the COVID-19 relief bill.
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise has accused Joe Biden of cowering to the teachers union and preventing children from returning to school. In an interview Sunday, the Republican lawmaker said the White House tried to pressure the CDC into reversing its guidelines after the agency confirmed students could return to in-person classes.
The Biden administration hopes to open a majority of schools by April. On Sunday, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said they can only meet their goal if Democrats’ $2 trillion stimulus passes through Congress to provide more funding to schools.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) pivoted from spinning the news about his nursing home cover-up to using the families of victims as a political shield.
A White House senior advisor for coronavirus response recently dodged questions about ongoing lockdowns.
he governor of Florida is pushing back against critics who have asserted his vaccine roll-out plan is politically biased. On Wednesday, Ron DeSantis refuted claims he prioritized vaccine distribution to areas with wealthy GOP donors.
The CDC and the Biden White House appeared to announce conflicting messages regarding school reopenings as many speculated whether or not the two are on the same page.