Do Republicans actually believe that Donald Trump is doing a good job managing the coronavirus pandemic?
- marsel_duchampLv 72 weeks ago
They are the only ones. And not even all of them.
- MattLv 43 weeks ago
Consider that Trump was putting travel bans from China while democrats were calling him a racist for doing it, and Nancy Pelosi was having a party in Chinatown!
He decided to put the travel ban in place even while the so-called "experts" were advising him not to do it!
- acid victim 25Lv 73 weeks ago
An effective vaccine will be available within 3 months
America builds and exports ventilators to the rest of the world
He built a 2,800-bed temporary hospital in NYC in less than 2 weeks
He signed a $2.4 Trillion Covid Relief bill in March
- u_bin_calledLv 73 weeks ago
all I know is that California has been running 100% under the policies of our democratic governor.....who praised Trump for his support and responsiveness...
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- RichardLv 73 weeks ago
The success of the Trump movement is comparable to how a cult works. He is seen by gullible people as some type of messiah or infallible leader who will deliver them into a better future, free from foreigners, pesky minorities, science, and the need to think critically.
Professional GOP members of Congress don't want to lose their jobs, so they pander to this group and they pretend that Trump is a wise and perfect leader. Most (not all) GOP leaders are actually intelligent enough to realize that he is a huckster and incompetent - but they don't seem to have any ethical compass. So, they play to the white working class and bumpkins because they are now the key components of the Republican Party.
Democrats would do the same thing if they had a goof like Trump in the White House.
- 3 weeks ago
Recently, some Republicans have broken off from the herd. There are some (like Romney) who are conservative, but also can't blindly follow Trump into the abyss. Not every Republican is on the far right. Many are closer to the middle as are some Democrats. And would rather reach across the aisle and work together for the betterment of the country.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
President Trump is the best President ever
- out2lunch4now2Lv 73 weeks ago
I don't believe it's President Trump's job to "manage the coronavirus pandemic". He may, within his Constitutionally LIMITED authorities, assist state and local authorities in their work.
- StarryskyLv 73 weeks ago
Party faithful believe almost anything their king tRump tells them. Perhaps even the Cluck Woolery tweet that was retweeted by the orange clown.
However, even the staunchest supporters like Senators Collins, Grassley, and Grahame are starting to waver from the exposure of crap being thrown at them every day.
Latest is cutting the CDC out of the chain of information about the virus--all reports from hospitals and testing are supposed to go directly to Wasteland, DC.
And after more than 200 colleges and universities have joined in a lawsuit to stop tRump administration from booting out foreign students, there is a backing off from that.
Just another fascinating day in the death spiral of our nation being flushed down the sewer of politics.
- thomas fLv 73 weeks ago
Only time will tell.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the median age for a USA COVID-19 death is 75 years of age, with 42% being nursing home residents.
The median age for a USA death from any cause is 79 years. I don't see a huge difference.
What is your proposal for managing the COVID-19 pandemic?