Coronavirus: Trump 'has done more than any other U.S. president'

That's compared to 13 cases over the same time period a year ago.

Continuing his attacks on media, US President Donald Trump on Sunday said that people call him the "hardest working president", claiming that he has possibly done more work in his first tenure than any other president in the country's history. "The Fake News hates it!" he wrote in one.

Those statements could hurt Trump for the November election.

White House advisers hope to come up with several options to present to President Donald Trump for "big thoughtful policies" to help rebuild confidence in an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic, a Trump economic adviser said today.

"I see the disinfectant, where it removes it in a minute".

CNN fact checker Daniel Dale noted Trump held a campaign rally in North Carolina on March 2 and spent a weekend in early March at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

However, the decision to curb the briefings was reportedly already in the works.

Yael Halon is a reporter for Fox News.

The White House plans to shift its coronavirus messaging toward boosting the economy and highlighting "success stories" of businesses, reducing its public emphasis on health statistics, according to two officials familiar with the planning. Trump also said something false or misleading in almost a quarter of his prepared comments or answers to questions, the analysis shows. He recently signed an executive order limiting immigration, which he says is created to protect American workers.

He continued, "Be the president of the United States".

Senior GOP officials described the president's public pondering of whether disinfectant and sunlight can somehow treat the virus as a "breaking point", The Times reported. All this has been interspersed with relentless self-praise and self-aggrandizement, including playing propaganda videos and boasting about the ratings of the press briefings, often comparing them to that of reality shows.

"What is the objective of having White House News Conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions, and then refuses to report the truth and facts accurately".

The Twitter post came at 6 p.m. on Saturday, or around the time he usually holds his briefings.

He seemed to confirm media reports that he was considering ending the briefings, which sometimes dominate cable television news for more than two hours in the early evening, out of frustration with questions about his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Days after he publicly mused that scientists should explore the injection of toxic disinfectants as a potential virus cure, Trump has now rejected the utility of his daily task force briefings, where he has time and again clashed with scientific experts.



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