Stimulus negotiations remain at a standstill as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle push back on the most recent proposal from the White House.
Twitter attempted to censor the President, yet again, on Sunday by flagging a tweet in which President Trump claimed he was immune to the coronavirus. In a disclaimer, Twitter alleged the post violated its rules about misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and his family are self-quarantining after their possible exposure to COVID-19. On Sunday, the governor stated his family is committed to setting an example and will follow state quarantine guidelines.
aThe leaders of Spain and Portugal gathered this weekend to discuss a recent rise in coronavirus cases within the Iberian Peninsula. On Saturday, Prime Ministers Antonio Costa and Pedro Sanchez discussed the health and safety measures in both countries, which are suffering economically due to the pandemic.
Portions of California are preparing to reopen places of worship as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly being lifted. Ventura County announced the reopening of churches this week.
President Trump has attributed his quick recovery from COVID-19 to an experimental antibody drug by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has introduced new legislation to officially evaluate the President’s fitness for office. On Friday, she announced a bill that would introduce the Commission on Presidential Capacity to Discharge the Powers and Duties of Office to determine if the President is “physically and mentally” fit to continue serving in office.
New research has shown school-age children are less likely to become super spreaders of the coronavirus. According to data from Qualtrics, 0.1% of students from elementary to high school ages have tested positive for the virus so far, falling well below the 2% estimate that was projected over summer.
According to White House Deputy Press Secretary Brian Morgenstern, the President is very interested in getting back out on the campaign trail. On Friday, he discussed President Trump’s health and his desire to get back to work.