The latest jobs figures showed that employment in the U.S. surged 2.9% in May – the biggest one-month gain ever recorded going back to 1948. Little wonder that Trump would break out the 'We’re Number [One]' tweet.
The U.S. reopening during the pandemic not only gambles with the lives of its citizens, but also forces the rest of the world to face the risk together.
[The US] isn’t a functioning currency union; it’s more like a modern day Hunger Games for the pandemic generation.
The president’s advisers ... are analyzing all possible scenarios. The virus doesn’t worry them; losing does.
Against a background of great uncertainty, the crisis is putting Trump’s leadership to the test.
If America’s employment crisis drags on, it will deal a severe blow to the world economy.
The concurrence of Trump, the virus, the election and economic depression promises an upheaval of historic proportions for America and the rest of the world.
Donald Trump, the gambler who once bankrupted casinos in Atlantic City, has gone all in. His stakes: the lives of thousands of Americans.
The irresponsibility of some continental neighbors may push the region into an abyss.