With the wide field of Republican candidates still at large and vying for the nomination, we’ve seen more serious Sunday morning show interviews and group debates than we care to recollect.
Much preferable, we find, is a serious conversation between a diapered baby named Trent and his bleep-blooping R2D2 robot toy, which is roughly the same size as the infant in question.
Watch the video below, embedded via YouTube by user norsmom.
Trump supporter shut down on Fox News: ‘Turns out Stephen Moore is not a very good epidemiologist’
University of Michigan economics professor Justin Wolfers mocked Trump 2016 economics advisor Stephen Moore on Fox News over the administrations bungled response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Let's not have economists play epidemiologists here, mate," Wolfers said in his Australian accent.
"We actually tried Steve's prescription, which was not shutting down, that's what the sunbelt states did," he explained.
"What have you got? You've got spreading disease everywhere and you've got the economies there forced to shut down," he explained.
"We tried what Stephen Moore wanted -- it turns out Stephen Moore is not a very good epidemiologist," Wolfers concluded.
Trump defends praise for QAnon congressional candidate: ‘She had a tremendous victory’
President Donald Trump refused to disavow the QAnon conspiracy theory during his daily coronavirus briefing.
The president congratulated Marjorie Taylor Greene, who believes in that right-wing conspiracy theory and others, and he defended his tweeted praise after she won her Georgia Republican congressional primary.
"She did very well in the election, she won by a lot," Trump told reporters. "She was very popular. She comes from a great state, and she had a tremendous victory, so absolutely I did congratulate her."
Trump’s testing czar is running a ‘cover-up’ for president’s ‘abysmal failure’: CNN’s Sanjay Gupta
During an interview Friday, Gupta reacted to defensive statements made by Brett Giroir, the federal official tapped by Trump to oversee efforts to increase COVID-19 testing capacity, who has been insisting that there is nothing wrong with the United States' ability to quickly test for the disease.