Doctors and scientists are just beginning to understand a few things about this complex COVID-19 virus. Take this, for example. It has a mysterious blood-clotting complication that kills coronavirus victims, but that is not its only complication. It also damages heart tissue, results in kidney failure, and is responsible for liver injury. Unlike the virus and try as he might, Donald Trump cannot inflict damage on a well-respected reporter.
CNN’s top White House reporter Jim Acosta has proven to be a stronger adversary than Trump is used to seeing. The chief White House correspondent tweeted about the president’s coronavirus task force reigning him in, keeping him in agreement with them, and being willing for Trump to throw Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp under the bus.
Acosta tweeted about the governor opening up his state for business:
‘News: Members of the coronavirus task force had to convince Trump to change his view on Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s decision to reopen businesses in his state later this week, a source close to the task force tells CNN.’
‘At a meeting just prior to Wednesday’s briefing, task force members were discussing likelihood that some doctors on the panel would be asked by reporters about Kemp’s controversial move to open up many businesses in Georgia, like nail salons and bowling alleys, source added.’
‘During the meeting, Doctor Anthony Fauci and others on the task force noted there would be a glaring inconsistency if the scientists were not in agreement with Trump on the Georgia issue during the press’
Twitter world went crazy as one doctor said that it is hard not to take each death personally, blaming himself for it. Acosta works with the facts, and this is how Americans responded to him below:
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