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The U.S. Justice Department said it would investigate a rising wave of hate crimes, as Asian Americans have experienced a growing number of racially motivated attacks since former President Trump began referring to COVID-19 as a ‘China virus’

Opinion | Kevin Carmichael: Why the Covid-19 stimulus vote means President Biden can no longer blame fmr. President Trump for the economy. - @NBCNewsTHINK 

Opinion | Kevin Carmichael: Why the Covid-19 stimulus vote means President Biden can no longer blame fmr. President Trump for the economy. - @NBCNewsTHINK 

COVID-19: UAE hospital introduces new, US-approved antibody treatment RAK Hospital first in UAE with monoclonal antibody, taken by former US president Trump#COVID19Vaccine 

President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked a freeze that former President Donald Trump had put on many types of visas due to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the order did not advance U.S. interests and hurt industries and individuals alike.

A Trump-appointed federal judge indefinitely banned President Biden from enforcing a 100-day pause on deportations. In 2020, the Trump admin deported over 250,000 people — including 13,000 children — using COVID-19 to justify bypassing normal asylum procedures.

President @JoeBiden  will continue the coronavirus national emergency. Last March, Trump declared the national emergency. "The Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause significant risk to the public health and safety of the Nation," the White House says. As a result, it will continue.

Ashley Parker on the difficulties President Biden is facing in his fight against Covid-19: The Biden admin is dealing with the "dangerous misinformation" fmr. President Trump put out about Covid-19.

U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought on Tuesday to turn the page on the Trump era, stressing the countries’ deep ties and pledging to work together on COVID-19 and climate change in their first bilateral meeting.

President Biden and Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau sought to move past the torrid Trump years yesterday by pledging to work together to tackle climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic

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Joe Biden cited a horrific statistic to argue that President Trump has not been good for Black Americans: 1 in 1,000 Black Americans have died in the Covid-19 pandemic. The most remarkable thing about Biden’s statement? It was true. #Debates2020 

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200,000 dead from COVID-19. At least 145,000 of those deaths could have been prevented if President Trump had taken decisive action. He did not, and because he did not, he does not deserve a second term.

"Make no mistake, this was not just reckless behavior, this was a demonstration of a wanton disregard for human life. President Trump, now in quarantine, has become a symbol of his own failures." - @jaketapper  on the President's positive Covid-19 test.

Shocking & shameful. This now deleted tweet was the reaction to President Trump testing positive for Covid-19 from @zara915  - former Obama White House staffer and Hillary Clinton’s former 2016 National Spokeswoman.

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My statement on President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis:

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⇨ When President Trump warned Congress about COVID-19, Democrats were impeaching him. ⇨ When he shut down flights from China, Joe Biden was calling him a racist. ⇨ And now, Democrats are still working against him rather than 𝘸𝘪𝘵𝘩 him as he starts to rebuild the economy.

The Radical Left Lamestream Media, together with their partner, the Do Nothing Democrats, are trying to spread a new narrative that President Trump was slow in reacting to Covid 19. Wrong, I was very fast, even doing the Ban on China long before anybody thought necessary!

BREAKING: President Trump just said "Katie" is VP staffer who tested positive. Katie Miller is VP spox & wife of WH adviser Stephen Miller. Entire West Wing has now been directly or indirectly exposed to COVID-19.

We are living through a tale of two crises—COVID-19 and racial injustice—and President Trump has been a miserable failure at handling both of them.

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