“By the time that The Times story came out, did you know what they had?” Maddow asked. “Did you know that — sort of the explosiveness of the alleged misdeeds that they were going to uncover thanks to what you gave them?”
Mary Trump’s tell-all book had sold a staggering 950,000 copies by the end of its first day on sale, publisher Simon & Schuster said Thursday.
Kayleigh McEnany lashes out at the press for accurately quoting her saying ‘science should not stand in the way’ of school openings
The more substantive problem with McEnany’s remarks, however, is that while the coronavirus may indeed pose a relatively low risk to children, one of the big worries about the disease is that schools could become a major vector for the pandemic to spread. And while it’s true, as McEnany noted, that peer nations are returning to school, the United States has a much more severe and enduring outbreak of COVID-19 than almost anywhere else in the world.
As the United States approaches 140,000 deaths (3X any other developed country) and over 3.4 million infections (10X any other developed country), the depths of human misery unleashed by Trump’s mishandling of the pandemic become clearer by the day.