Those politicians should have examined their own doings in the control of the epidemic to make up for mistakes.
What right does Washington have to prevent other sovereign countries from making their own independent choices?
So here we are. The world's two leading economic powers are competing via tweet in the middle of a global pandemic.
Either [candidate], if successful, is guaranteed to be a marked departure from the failed and catastrophic domestic and global leadership of Trump and his cohorts.
The abject failure of the administration has magnified this crisis. The president is already trying to pass the buck.
Handling 1 million refugees in the light of the coronavirus crisis is a nightmare no party wants to undertake.
The US has resources, research capacity, infrastructure, talent and health care systems — yet Covid-19 has crippled the country, just as it shook the foundations of China, and has now destabilized Europe.
Now that the death toll in the U.S. due to the coronavirus has risen to almost 1,000, even President Donald Trump must face facts: The epidemic will hit the country hard.
The only thing Donald Trump fears is the economy. ... If voting takes place with a recession and unemployment lines, he will easily be defeated.