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Trump rips CBS reporter over question on Kushner stockpile remarks: ‘You ought to be ashamed of yourself’

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President Trump had a tense exchange with CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang during Friday’s White House coronavirus task force briefing over a question regarding remarks made Thursday by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner.

Kushner, the president’s son-in-law, had commented on the nation’s stockpile of medical supplies.

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“The notion of the federal stockpile was it’s supposed to be our stockpile. It’s not supposed to be states’ stockpiles that they then use,” Kushner told reporters. “So we’re encouraging the states to make sure that they’re assessing the needs, they’re getting the data from their local situations, and then trying to fill it with the supplies that we’ve given them.”

“Yesterday, Jared Kushner said the notion of the federal stockpile was ‘it’s supposed to be our stockpile, it’s not supposed to be states stockpiles that they then use.’ What did he mean by ‘our?'” Jiang asked Trump Friday.”Why are you asking,” Trump dismissed the question. “What’s that, a gotcha? ‘I gotcha. He used the word our.’ You know what ‘our’ means? The United States of America, that’s what it means.”

“So that means the states,” Jiang followed.

“Our, our! It means the United States of America and then we take that ‘our’ and then we distribute it to the states,” Trump responded.

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Jiang then pressed Trump was to why Kushner, the president’s son-in-law, said “‘it’s not supposed to be state stockpiles that they then use.'”

“To keep for our country,” Trump told Jiang. “The federal government needs it too, not just the states. But out of that, we oftentimes choose. As an example, we have almost 10,000 ventilators and we are ready to rock with those ventilators. We’re going to bring them to various areas of the country that need them.

“But when he says ‘our,’ he’s talking about our country,” Trump want on. ” … He’s talking about the federal government. I mean it’s such a basic simple question and you try to make it sound so bad. You ought to be ashamed of yourself. You know- you ought to be ashamed. It’s just a simple question.”

Jiang insisted she wasn’t trying to make the question sound “bad,” but Trump doubled down, “He said ‘our’ and ‘our’ means for the country. And our means for the states because the states are part of the country. Don’t make it sound bad, don’t make it sound bad.”

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As the president was moving on to another reporter, Jiang pointed to language on the Department of Health and Human Services website that she said aligned with Kushner’s rhetoric and told Trump the president that he hadn’t answered her question.

“You just asked your question, you just asked your question in a very nasty tone,” Trump scolded Jiang. “I gave you a perfect answer.”

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CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin reveals positive test for coronavirus

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CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin told her social media followers on Friday that she had tested positive for the coronavirus but expected to be back on television “real soon.”

“I’ve tested positive for coronavirus. I am OKAY. It came on suddenly yesterday afternoon,” the “CNN Newsroom” anchor said in an Instagram post.

“Chills, aches, fever. I’ve been social distancing. Doing ALL the things we’re being told to do. Still — it got me. I’m healthy … no underlying conditions … Honestly, I feel like one of the lucky ones. I look forward to being back on [television] and seeing you real soon,” she added, using a television emoji.

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“And shout out to the doctors and nurses who are doing the real work right now,” Baldwin said.

Baldwin’s CNN colleague, Chris Cuomo, tested positive for the virus earlier this week and experienced symptoms like fever and chills.

“In these difficult times that seem to get more difficult and complicated by the day, I just found out that I am positive for coronavirus,” Cuomo tweeted Monday.

“I have been exposed to people in recent days who have subsequently tested positive and I had fever, chills and shortness of breath. I just hope I didn’t give it to the kids and [wife] Cristina,” he added. “That would make me feel worse than the illness!”

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The coronavirus pandemic has rocked almost every industry, including the media, with staffers at multiple news organizations testing positive. Most cable news hosts and anchors have been broadcasting from home, while networks are sometimes operating with reduced staff.

NBC News and CBS News have had staffers die from the virus.

Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.

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‘Contagion’ writer tells CNN that US is the ‘sickest country in the world’ despite questions on China’s data

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“Contagion” screenwriter Scott Z. Burns offered his assessment of the ongoing pandemic that has hit the U.S. and criticized President Trump over his handling of the coronavirus.

Burns’ 2011 thriller “Contagion” has had a resurgence in viewership in recent months, as the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide. The film’s plot is about a fictional pandemic and the health officials who struggle to contain the outbreak.

Appearing on CNN on Friday, Burns was asked if he was “surprised” by the Trump administration’s response to the virus in comparison to the fictitious administration in “Contagion,” which anchor Anderson Cooper referred to as “responsible.”

“When we did the research for the movie, I went to the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] as their guest and it seemed to me at the time there that people were very aware of this and that, you know, there was solid preparation going on,” Burns said.

“When I was contemplating the movie and speaking to experts, the notion that, you know, the richest country in the world where we live would have a three-month head start and now finds itself as the sickest country in the world is something I would have never thought to put in a screenplay nor would I have contemplated the kind of response we’ve seen from the federal government in terms of testing or, you know, blaming other people.”

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He continued: “And I certainly would have never thought that the president of this country would call a pandemic like this a hoax. So no, I would never have anticipated that.”

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While the U.S. tops the list of the most reported cases of coronavirus in the world, there has been growing suspicion from U.S. intelligence, as well as from numerous reports, that China has been underreporting its own cases of infections and deaths due to the virus.

Critics have accused President Trump of calling the growing outbreak a “hoax” during a campaign rally earlier this year when he was actually comparing the outrage fueled by his political opponents over the Russia investigation and the Ukraine scandal, which he referred to as “hoaxes.”

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Cardinal Dolan on coronavirus’ impact on Holy Week: ‘Remember the essence of Easter’

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Timothy Cardinal Dolan, the archbishop of New York City, joined “Bill Hemmer Reports” to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the churches.

“The ordinary things we relish in human contact and embrace. A handshake, a kiss on the cheek. We can’t do any more,” Dolan said Friday. “For us as Catholics, it’s tough because we’re very tactile religion.”

“We’re into signs of peace. We’re in the holy water. We’re into bread and wine,” Dolan added. “We’re … into being together next to each other in worship. So it is a very difficult time.”

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The Catholic leader, who had been streaming services from inside an empty St. Patrick’s Cathedral, said the idea of an empty church during Easter Sunday is “tough” but that he reflects on the holiday’s message.

“Remember the essence of Passover? Remember the essence of Easter is that transition from darkness to light. You’ve got the people of Israel who were in oppression, darkness, slavery down in Egypt, pass, passing over to new life and hope. You got Jesus in the midst of darkness and Good Friday, raw evil that seems to have conquered passing over to new life, resurrection on Easter, which he shares with us,” Dolan said. “So in some ways, the climate that we’re in … with this dreadful virus is in a way providing us a bit of an ambience to express our faith in the message the Passover and Easter is all about.”

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Dolan said like other’s he’s “bristling” and “chafing” to get back to work.

“I’m just bristling to get out there. I’m bristling to visit the sick. I’m chafing to be with my people. I’m eager to see them all in front of me and with me at Mass on Sunday. So there is that frustration,” Dolan said. “And most of all, there’s that deep abiding concern for those who are suffering. Those who are attending to them so generously and those who are worried about it.”

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Labor secretary says ‘discipline now’ in following coronavirus guidelines will end economic slump ‘quickly’

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Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia reacted Friday to the March jobs report, which showed the U.S. unemployment rate jumped to 4.4 percent as restrictions implemented to combat the coronavirus began to bite the economy.

“I think there’s no getting away from the fact that this is a hard period for most Americans, but let me emphasize … [that] what was so jarring about these employment numbers that we saw today and yesterday is how strong the economy was just a month ago,” Scalia told “The Daily Briefing”. “We were reporting record highs a month ago.”

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Scalia, son of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, added that because the “fundamentals” of the economy were very strong before the coronavirus-imposed downturn, there is a good possibility that the economy could get back to where it left off if the public helps dispatch the contagion quickly.

“Discipline now — and following the public health measures that are being urged — will help keep this short,” he said.

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“Just as this came on quickly, we have a real chance of ending it quickly because the economy has been so good and because we have in place the policies of President Trump that made the economy strong.”

Scalia added that key parts of the $2.3 trillion coronavirus aid package enacted by Trump last week should help American workers in the interim, including lax provisions governing small business loans as well as cash payments to many U.S. citizens, which are expected to start going out later this month.

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Victor Davis Hanson: Dems have ‘weaponized’ coronavirus crisis to push radical agenda

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Fox News contributor Victor Davis Hanson ripped Democrats for trying to manipulate the coronavirus crisis in order to institute their own agenda as America continues to deal with the pandemic.

“We’re right in the middle of people dying. And so people are advocating to manipulate the crisis and more importantly, to enact an agenda that didn’t have 50 percent support or we saw that in Democratic primaries,” Hanson said on “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday.

“Nobody wanted the Green New Deal or Medicare-for-all or open borders.”

“And then [they] also presume that things were bad before,” he continued, “but the reason that we’re weathering this disaster, the way we are is that we have the world’s best economy.”

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Hanson was reacting to Democratic politicians pushing a progressive agenda in coronavirus economic stimulus legislation.

“We need it big, we need it bold and we need it futuristic, which means green,” Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said about infrastructure in “phase four” package.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., rejected criticism that she tried to squeeze the Democrats’ wish lists into the recently passed stimulus bills, saying “that isn’t so.” She said proposals to help states implement “vote by mail” and boosting Postal Service funding are needed to safely conduct elections amid the pandemic.

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“This crisis has been weaponized,” Hanson told Ingraham on Thursday. “And it’s a tragedy because we’re going to come out of it pretty well.”

“But there are people who feel that they have to emphasize the downside to enact an agenda that otherwise would not be enacted without this popular depression and anger,” he added.

“And yet political correctness says that we can’t really identify it and condemn it, because to do so, ironically, would be to be partisan in our reaction to what is clearly a partisan manipulation of the disaster,” he noted.

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Dr. Joshua Gordon shares tips on looking after your mental health under coronavirus quarantine

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Dr. Joshua Gordon, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health, joined the “Fox News Rundown” podcast Friday to discuss how people should look after their mental health while under quarantine.

“First and foremost, you need to do things that are aimed at taking care of yourself,” Gordon told host Lisa Brady. “So for many of us, we’re staying on top of the news, we’re trying to understand what’s going on, and that’s great.

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“But you also need to take breaks from the news,” Gordon added. “Set aside periods of time each day when you turn off your social media feed, [and] you turn to a program on the television or on Netflix. That’s all about something fun, something to enjoy.”

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Gordon’s second key to taking care of your mental health is looking after your physical health.

“Take care of your body. Make sure that you eat regular, well-balanced meals, get some physical activity,” Gordon advised. “Try to avoid using alcohol or drugs, especially if you’re using to escape. That’s not as helpful as one might think. And importantly, give yourself a full night’s sleep.”

The doctor also advised people to “connect” even if they are in isolation.

“Take some time to connect with others. Talk with people that you trust about your concerns about how you’re feeling, but also just about the everyday,” Gordon said. “And it’s fortunate that in this day and age we have lots of digital tools that we can use to help.”

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Gordon also related some optimisim to people about the current state of the country.

“I would say two things. Number one, this will not last forever. We don’t know how long it will last, but we will get through it to the other side,” he said. “The second thing I would say is that it is working. There is enough evidence out there that the social distancing that we are all engaging in is starting to have an effect in terms of reducing the impact of the pandemic.”

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Tucker Carlson: 4 ways to understand the establishment media’s screwed up coronavirus coverage

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The New York Times, in case you don’t read it, is still being published, and it is still out in New York. It ran a piece the other day with this headline, “Alarm, Denial, Blame: The Pro-Trump Media’s Coronavirus Distortion.”

They had the same themes.

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In the tally of The New York Times’ coronavirus coverage of this show and elsewhere followed a certain pattern. The pattern, they told us, went this way.

Step one: Blame China. According to The New York Times, “When the virus ravaged China, some pundits on the right warned the country couldn’t be trusted to contain the outbreak or share accurate information about where it originated.”

Can you believe they thought that? Where did they get that idea?

Because it’s true. But The New York Times doesn’t admit that.

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Then, step two: Playing down the risks; followed by step three: Share survivor stories to show the virus wasn’t so bad. And finally, step four: Blame the left.

Now, as you’re aware from watching this program and from living in this country, whatever these people accuse you of doing is 100 percent of the time exactly what they’re doing themselves. And that, of course, was the case here.

As you know, the establishment press has been screwing up coronavirus stories from day one. So there are four steps to understanding their coverage, and here’s what they are.

A pandemic that emerged from the atheist country is really the fault of Christians, says The New York Times. That tells you a lot about where they are.

The first step, as usual: Blame racism. Here are two New York Times headlines from the early days of the outbreak: “An outbreak of racist sentiment as coronavirus reaches Australia.” In other words, people’s bad opinions are worse than a pandemic.

Here’s another. “In Europe, fear spreads faster than the coronavirus itself.” Okay.

So, then, as the virus kept spreading, there was step two: Play down the risks, which The New York Times assiduously did. On January 29th, the paper warns you to, “Beware the pandemic panic.” Calm down, ladies and gentlemen.

A week later, they asked, “Who says it’s not safe to travel to China?” Book a ticket to Wuhan, racist.

Somehow telling the public that coronavirus was no big deal didn’t, in the end, contain the virus. So The Times went to step three: Politicize the crisis.

Calling the coronavirus the “Chinese virus” or the “Wuhan virus” is bigotry, the paper will tell you. But they had no problem on February 26th publishing an op-ed saying, “Let’s call it Trump virus.”

And then last week, in a shameful moment that will live forever in infamy, the paper declared — and I’m quoting, “The road to coronavirus hell was paved by evangelicals.”

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Yes, that’s right. A pandemic that emerged from the atheist country is really the fault of Christians, says The New York Times. That tells you a lot about where they are.

And now this week, the paper has settled on its favorite step — step four: Blame Fox News, of course — because there’s a political strategy here.

Last week, they warned about “Fox’s fake news contagion.” Then there was Wednesday’s article. Talk about a lie. This show is telling you about the dangers of this disease way back in January, when “The Times” was still wondering if it was racist to even know it existed and encouraging you to travel to Wuhan on vacation.

Now, we’re highlighting the continued dishonesty and malevolence of China. Meanwhile, The New York Times and their star reporter, Donald McNeil, is going over to MSNBC to deliver unpaid infomercials for the Chinese Communist Party.

Donald McNeil, The New York Times: In China, there are 40,000 doctors, nurses and respiratory technicians, who went from all over China to Wuhan and helped the Wuhan doctors fight the virus.

There’s no more virus in Wuhan. Those doctors have all but gone home. There have been victory parades for them, gratitude, flowers and everything. They’re heroes.

They not only have the skills, [but] a lot of them caught the virus and are now immune. So they can do a lot of things that would be dangerous for somebody who hasn’t got the virus to do it.

I don’t see why we couldn’t hire for our pandemic a lot of those doctors, nurses, and respiratory technicians.

So, if you’re Donald McNeil’s editor and you’re watching this, aren’t you calling, you know, his supervisor, saying, “Bring McNeil in. He is giving away the truth.”

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What a shill. Bring in Chinese doctors to run our hospital. That’s his take.

It’s not surprising though. Apparently, Chinese doctors already run The New York Times.

Adapted from Tucker Carlson’s monologue from “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on April 2, 2020.

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Today on Fox News: April 3, 2020

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Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci; White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham; House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy; Country music stars Big Kenny and John Rich preview Friday’s Fox Nation concert.

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The Fox News Rundown podcast: Coronavirus: A War on Two Fronts for the U.S. Military – Our military has a role to play during the widespread of COVID-19. The Army Corps of Engineers is putting up makeshift hospitals and the National Guard is deployed in all 50 states helping with things like drive-through testing. With all this attention on fighting the virus, it begs the question – is our military and intelligence community ready to defend us against a national security threat? Daniel Hoffman, Fox News contributor and former CIA station chief, joins the Rundown to discuss how our military is responding to the coronavirus and if the crisis has made us more vulnerable to bad actors around the world.

Also on the Rundown: While the coronavirus has shown to be a threat to Americans’ physical safety, it also proves to be a strain on people’s mental health. Whether you have pre-existing mental health conditions or are just coping with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19 and self-isolation, this is a trying time. Dr. Joshua Gordon, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, shares some tips on what people can do to stay positive, remain connected with society and to adjust to life during this unprecedented time.

Don’t miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America.”

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CNN’s Chris Cuomo says he’s lost 13 pounds in 3 days while battling coronavirus

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Chris Cuomo said Thursday night that he lost 13 pounds in three days as the CNN anchor continues to share his battle with the coronavirus.

Cuomo, who tested positive for the illness on Tuesday, gave an update on his condition during a CNN “Global Town Hall” — which aired during his show’s normal 9 p.m. time slot.

Cuomo used the interview to argue that just because most coronavirus patients suffer mild symptoms that don’t require hospitalization, does not mean the illness is a walk in the park.

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“You suffer when you have this at home,” Cuomo told fellow CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and network chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

“Look, it’s not about life or death. I don’t mean it that way, otherwise, I wouldn’t be doing the show,” said Cuomo. “I’m not looking to scare people, I’m trying to do the opposite.”

But since his Tuesday diagnosis, Cuomo, 49, said he shed 13 pounds, despite eating as good as he did before he married his wife.

“My wife is feeding me like, you know, we were still in the dating phase. So it’s not like I’m hurting for nutrition,” he said.

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“I’m eating and drinking constantly. I’m just sweating it out, and it’s the sickness.”

Cuomo, who is considering his case to be among the 80 percent — commonly cited by health officials — of coronavirus cases that up end being mild, said, “We’re going to make it through.”

“But the idea is that it’s easy, so you can be nonchalant — that is so misleading fellas,” he said.

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“That I now know for fact.”

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