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Donald Trump Jr. deprived of a Twitter account and censored, like his father!
Like father, like son! As AFP reported on July 28, 2020, Donald Trump Junior is temporarily deprived of his Twitter account. The social network withdrew on Monday evening a video posted by US President Donald Trump , which disseminated false information about the new coronavirus. By rebroadcasting this video on his own account the next day, his 42-year-old son was also censored by the platform. "This account has not been permanently suspended, the Twitter spokesperson said.
Donald Trump said Thursday that the United States could have a vaccine against the coronavirus before the presidential election on November 3 ... A forecast much more optimistic than those mentioned so far by its own health advisers.
Asked by a radio host about the timing of a vaccine development, Donald Trump replied: "Before the end of the year, maybe sooner." “Before November 3?” Asked host Geraldo Rivera. "I believe that in certain cases, yes, it is possible before, but well around this date", answered the president.
150 vaccine candidates tested
More than 150 vaccine candidates are being developed and tested around the world in an attempt to stop the pandemic. Twenty-three of them are in clinical trials in humans, including those of Moderna and AstraZeneca, with sometimes very promising results. But patience is needed and a busy schedule: Experts have warned that it will take 12 months to 18 months to develop a safe and effective vaccine.
Donald Trump, chairman of the mess
Editorial. With the withdrawal of federal troops, the US president's show of force in an attempt to contain the protests in Portland came to an end. And akin to an admission of weakness in a situation he is struggling to control. Editorial of the "World". The campaign season is ripe for chin-ups. On the eve of the US mid-term elections in November 2018, Donald Trump had already deemed it imperative to deploy more than 5,000 troops on the border with Mexico.
In the United States, the Trump administration has helped fund the development of four potential COVID-19 vaccines so far as part of the "Operation Warp Speed" program, which aims to produce 300 million doses of a vaccine by the end of 2021. The federal government has awarded grants of at least several hundred million dollars to pharmaceutical groups Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Novavax.
A popularity rating at half mast
The management of the health crisis linked to the coronavirus by Washington weighs heavily on the popularity of Trump, candidate for his own succession for the presidential election in November ... To such an extent that he is ahead in some opinion polls by the likely future Democratic candidate, Joe Biden.
Melania Trump: his son Barron mired in spite of himself in a controversy
© Best Image Melania Trump: his son Barron mired in spite of himself in a controversy Donald Trump has once again campaigned on Twitter for the reopening of schools, including that of his son, in the United States despite the health crisis. A publication that caused an uproar. Donald Trump is not the type to give up.
Refractory at first to wearing a mask (before back-pedaling), the current tenant of the White House has also been noticed by fanciful statements about possible treatments against the virus - thanks to injections of bleach in the lungs in particular. His opponents also criticize him for his contradictory positions on screening tests, and his comments in favor of rapid deconfinement, which would have ultimately led to a surge in cases.
Epidemic under control?
Donald Trump, said earlier this week that the coronavirus epidemic was "under control" in the United States, in an interview with the Axios website. “People are dying, it's true,” he said. "It's like that. But that doesn't mean that we aren't doing everything we can. It's under control as much as possible. It's a terrible plague."
According to Johns Hopkins University, which is a benchmark in the field, the number of confirmed cases worldwide since the emergence of the virus now stands at 18.81 million, including 4.82 million in the United States
Trump questions Kamala Harris's American nationality ... as he did with Obama .
© Copyright 2020, The Obs Donald Trump gave credit on Thursday August 13 to disputed comments circulating on social networks on the ineligibility of the running mate of his Democratic rival Joe Biden for the presidential election in November. Yet Kamala Harris was born in Oakland, California in 1964, to a Jamaican father and an Indian mother.