During a Labor Day press conference at the White House, the President touted his administration’s “Operation Warp Speed” program, a public-private partnership that he announced in May. He stated an injection could be delivered by October, saying it would be “very safe and effective.”
The View co-host Joy Behar on Wednesday reacted to President Trump’s recent claims that a roll-up-your-sleever could be ready soon. Behar stated that President Trump will push anything to get reelected and that she won’t take the injection until Ivanka Trump does.
Trump supporters are waiting with bated breath for U.S. Attorney John Durham to come out with his findings in regards to his investigation into the origins of the Russian collusion probe against President Trump.
A large, Phase 3 study testing a roll-up-your-sleever developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford that is underway at dozens of sites across the U.S. has been put on hold after a trial participant in the United Kingdom experienced a serious adverse reaction.
The outbreak has infected more than 26.35 million people, with just four countries accounting for over 15 million cases. They are the United States, Brazil, India and Russia — the same four that have been at the top for months. The US surprised the world when it rose to the top spot in multiple statistics, both for the total number of confirmed cases and the number of deaths. Since then, no other country has surpassed America.
So there I am in my office, a few moments ago. Minding my own business. It’s 106 degrees in the shade. The AC is full-blast, because the dog demands it.
UPDATE: September 7, 2020: Shortly after this report was posted the WITS changed their entry, from COVID-19 Test-Kits to “Medical Test-Kits”. Here are snap-shots of several WITS’ archived pages, archived.
Former President Bill Clinton mocked President Trump over what he anticipates will be his defeat in November, telling American Urban Radio Washington Bureau Chief, April Ryan, this week, that Trump will be “stacking sandbags” to stay in the White House.