US News Back at the White House, Donald Trump is wrathful of doctors
Donald Trump hates again and again: “he is so racist”
© Zuma Press / Bestimage Donald Trump hates again and again: “he is so racist” Siri Hustvedt, at the initiative of the Writers against Trump organization , gave an interview to Liberation on newsstands this Saturday, October 17. The writer explains how the racism of Donald Trump pushed her to create this movement against the candidate for the US presidential election.
After spending three days in hospital due to a coronavirus infection, the US president voluntarily took off his mask on his return at the White House this Monday. An attitude strongly criticized by scientists, while the cases around Donald Trump are multiplying.
Twenty-nine days before the presidential election,did not skimp on the staging for his return Monday evening to his official residence. In a video broadcast live on American television stations, the billionaire is seen disembarking from the Marine One helicopter. He greets the crowd of photographers and journalists and goes up to the balcony of the White House, where he reappears with his face uncovered. An image that made many people react, starting with the doctors.
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One of the most influential advisers in President Trump's entourage on coronavirus issues has taken a series of controversial positions. © Alex Brandon / AP / SIPA Donald Trump is a fan of Doctor Scott Atlas. Last week during an television show, the billionaire paid tribute to this adviser who had become very influential, certainly by peeling his name: "Scott Atkins ... Look at Scott!" Doctor Scott! He's from ...
Donald Trump was hospitalized last Friday at Walter Reed Military Hospital in suburban Washington after testing positive for Covid-19. For three days, the septuagenarian, who presented worrying symptoms, had access to shock treatment. Despite its release, it is still considered contagious.A campaign argument in the run-up to the presidential election
If the medical team affirmed that Donald Trump's state of health allowed him to return to the White House, the president's doctor, Dr. Sean Conley, has clarified during a press conference that the president was "perhaps not yet completely out of the woods". It is for this reason that the presidential residence hosts a medical unit comprising about twenty practitioners available twenty-four hours a day.
United States: Donald Trump has a bank account in China
The American president, who poses as an opponent of Beijing, would have kept a bank account in China, hitherto unknown and controlled by one of his companies. © afp.com/Nicolas ASFOURI Presidents of the United States Donald Trump (l) and of China Xi Jinping, on November 9, 2017 in Beijing. The US President has a bank account in China where he tried for years to do business, while posing as a real opponent of Beijing, unlike, he says, his Democratic rival Joe Biden, claims the New York Times .
A reality that tries to make forget the Republican candidate who will play on November 3, his re-election. On social media, he tried to chase away any signs of weakness by saying “he feels better than 20 years ago”. As Joe Biden widens the gap in the polls, the Republican candidate's campaign team is keen to make the news about Donald Trump a political argument. "He has the experience of the commander-in-chief, he has the experience of the businessman, he now has the individual experience of his fight against the coronavirus: these first-hand experiences, Joe Biden does not have them , he does not know what it is, ”said Erin Perrine, one of Trump's campaign spokespersons, according to comments reported by“ Liberation ”.
Criticized for havingthe pandemic and mocked people wearing masks, Donald Trump called on Americans to “go out” with caution, before declaring “Don't be afraid of the Covid. Don't let him rule your life. We have developed very good medicine and knowledge under the Trump administration. "
Donald Trump versus Joe Biden: You can do it differently
In their last TV duel, Donald Trump and Joe Biden are surprisingly tame. The deep mutual aversion can still be clearly felt. © POOL / REUTERS Again chaos, again confusion and brutal screaming? What was not all feared in the run-up to this second TV duel between Donald Trump and Joe Biden , the last one before the election on November 3rd. But then that: The opponents acted on the stage in Nashville, Tennessee , surprisingly civil, almost tame.
An" irresponsible "attitude
On the professional side, this staging is exasperating. Many of them reacted to the president's remarks. "Epidemiologists all want to throw up," said Eric Feigl-Ding, a Democratic epidemic specialist.
Others recalled how lucky a billionaire was to have access to exceptional care. Dr Krutika Kuppalli lamented that a man "who has received treatment that no one else on the planet will be entitled to comes out and says that Covid-19 is nothing." Words that support the thinking of actor Chris Evans. In a tweet, he lambasted Donald Trump: “Don't be afraid of covid? You have been under the watch of doctors for days and you have had access to the best treatments. Do not be afraid ? Do you think everyone has access to this? I'm sure you are aware of this disparity but you don't care. It is irresponsible, so shocking.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden, meanwhile, rebelled against the stance adopted by his rival. He recommended Americans to wear the mask and urged them to listen to the recommendations of scientists.
Lately, a large number of Donald Trump's relatives have been infected. Besides his wife, Melania Trump, several collaborators and campaign leaders have tested positive. In the United States, more than 200,000 Americans have already diedof Covid-19.
Trump and Biden launch final sprint in key states .
USA-ELECTION: Trump and Biden launch final sprint in key states © Reuters / KEVIN LAMARQUE TRUMP AND BIDEN LAUNCH FINAL SPRINT IN KEY STATES by Steve Holland and Trevor Hunnicutt OPA-LOCKA, Fla. / WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Monday kicked off the final sprint of a heated presidential campaign in the United States, marked by a record number of votes by anticipation, as businesses began to barricade for fear of unrest.