From pool report: Was asked about his tweet this morning inviting a MAGA protest tonight. Trump said these are people who love their country and he has no idea if they’re going to be here, he was just asking. “By the way, they love African American people, they love Black people"
I have zero interest in moving the Republican National Convention to Doral in Miami, as falsely reported by the Fake News @nytimes in order to stir up trouble. Ballroom is not nearly big enough & would like to stay in N.C., whose gov. doesn’t even know if he can let people in? https://t.co/nqBBPv4VXS
What's incredible about this is none of these people were telling Trump to handle the virus better in January and February, when he could have, you know, saved tens of thousands of lives. But they are panicked by the political doom they face now. Truly pathetic. https://t.co/t4AISHpYpd
Here again is our in-depth examination of the warnings given to @realDonaldTrump and the White House about the virus, and the failure to heed them as weeks passed. @maggieNYT @SangerNYT @MarkMazzettiNYT @julianbarnes Please read it. You are living it. https://t.co/Wul1et0hlL
“For his part, Mr. Trump has continually made false statements and misinformed the public about the severity of a virus that has left at least 37 people dead. Instead, his focus has been on repeating how well he thinks the response has gone...” https://t.co/OgqlF66qIq
Among the Republicans who warned the White House was Senator Susan Collins of Maine, who after voting to acquit Mr. Trump said she thought he had learned a lesson. Others included Senators Thom Tillis of NC, Martha McSally of Arizona and Ron Johnson of Wis https://t.co/5ai0vFTXIx