OUTBREAK IN THE WEST WING?: One of Trump’s personal valets has tested positive for coronavirus. The valets are members of an elite military unit dedicated to the White House and often work very close to the President and first family. Trump was upset when he was informed Wednesday that the valet had tested positive, a source told CNN, and the President was subsequently tested again by the White House physician.
DEATH CULT: Trump administration shelves CDC guide to reopening the country. It was supposed to be published last Friday, but agency scientists were told the guidance “would never see the light of day,” according to a CDC official.
DRAINING THE SWAMP: Republican donor and Trump ally named postmaster general
PANDEMIC PRIORITIES: Trump order to paint border wall black could drive up cost $500 million or more
WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: Axl Rose Sparks Twitter Feud With Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
SNAKE OIL: Televangelist Jim Bakker Fights to Keep Selling Sham COVID-19 ‘Cure From God’. The Missouri Attorney General sued the 80-year-old Bakker to stop him and his company from promoting and selling Silver Solution, a product his TV show falsely claimed could cure coronavirus, HIV, SARS, and other illnesses.
CNN CLIP OF THE DAY: Don Lemon slams Trump’s attempt to blame Obama for medical supply shortages
CNN CLIP OF THE DAY II: CNN’s Chris Cuomo Blasts President Trump for Contradicting Nurse Over PPE Availability
HERE YOU COME AGAIN: Dolly Parton Is Helping Fund One of the Most Promising COVID-19 Treatments Out There
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