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Opinion Opinion: Political Cartoons of the Week

02:10  27 september  2020
02:10  27 september  2020 Source:   tribunecontentagency.com

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Dennis Quaid is slated to appear in President Trump's new $300million coronavirus awareness ad campaign that is scheduled to air ahead of the presidential election.

The Hollywood actor, who has previously voiced his support for the president, is among several celebrities who will participate in the Health and Human Services Department's 'defeat despair' commercials, addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The project has been described by officials as an 'immediate surge in public advertising and awareness' and is being funded by money previously allocated to the CDC, Politico reported.

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: President Trump © Provided by Daily Mail President Trump Dennis Quaid holding a sign posing for the camera: Dennis Quaid is slated to appear in President Trump's new $300million coronavirus awareness ad campaign © Provided by Daily Mail Dennis Quaid is slated to appear in President Trump's new $300million coronavirus awareness ad campaign

Quaid will be joined by gospel singer CeCe Winans, and the HHSD has also approached Dr Mehmet Oz and country singer Garth Brooks for roles.

The ads will consist of video interviews between the stars and Trump administration as they discuss the government's response to the pandemic.

The campaign aims to 'restore hope' and combat the doom and gloom portrayed in the media, sources told the news outlet.

Paris cleaver attack suspect says wanted to target Charlie Hebdo

  Paris cleaver attack suspect says wanted to target Charlie Hebdo A Pakistan-born teenager has admitted to stabbing two people with a meat cleaver outside the former Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine, investigators said Saturday, with nine people now detained over what the government condemned as "Islamist terror". While the man is believed to have carried out the stabbings alone, eight other people are now also under arrest following two more detentions Saturday. The two new individuals arrested were the suspect's younger brother and another acquaintance, a judicial source said.

Cartoons on President Donald Trump. The political tension is indicative of what’s at stake: a rare chance to put the Supreme Court in a 6-3 conservative-majority control that could last for decades.

Do political cartoons speak louder than words? They draw attention to corruption, hold power to account and poke fun at the dictators and the despots. We owe it to the spirit of free speech, under threat in so much of the world, to allow our best creative artists to satirise the absurdities of life with

The taxpayer-funded effort was spearheaded by HHS spokesperson Michael Caputo, who this week announced he has been diagnosed with cancer.

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In a video shared on Facebook last week, Caputo said the ad campaign was 'demanded of me by the president of the United States. Personally.'

Caputo claimed Democrats and 'leftists scientists' are against the effort, because 'they cannot afford for us to have any good news before November because they're already losing.'

'They're going to come after me because I'm going to be putting $250 million worth of ads on the air,' he said.

The country's governing health body, the CDC, is not involved in the public health campaign, according to Politico.

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