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‘Walls don’t stop viruses’: Donald Trump Jr torched for exploiting coronavirus to bash immigration

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President Donald Trump’s eldest son tried to exploit concerns over the coronavirus to promote his father’s restrictive immigration policies — and things didn’t go well.

Public officials have been expressing increasing alarm over the possibility of a pandemic, and Donald Trump Jr. took a moment to stoke fears over border security and promote his father’s trade policies.

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“The coronavirus outbreak shows how important it is for us to keep our borders secure,” Trump Jr. tweeted. “It’s also why @realDonaldTrump is right to want a trade policy focused on increasing American manufacturing. He understands that it’s dangerous for our economy to be beholden to China!”

He was swiftly met with anger and ridicule.

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Trump scrambles to explain why he’s still winning — despite new Fox News polls

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President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday to explain away recent Fox News polls that showed him losing, along with other polls that show people are turning to former Vice President Joe Biden amid the coronavirus crisis.

"@FoxNews gladly puts up the phony suppression polls as soon as they come out," Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon. "We are leading in the REAL polls because people are sick & tired of watching the Democrat run cities, in all cases, falling apart. Also, now 96% Approval Rating in the Republican Party. Another 2016!"

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1279879585627279365

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‘We’re in trouble’: Trump’s former Homeland Security Secretary ask what Americans could possibly be thinking

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Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Bossert wrote an extended thread on Twitter explaining that things are not going well in the United States, and noted: "we're in trouble."

President Donald Trump's own previous counterintelligence adviser cited recent COVID-19 statistics to reveal that things are getting so bad that it may threaten national security.

Bossert, who now serves as a commentator on ABC, cited some COVID-19 statistics during "This Week" on Sunday. But in his extended post, he revealed facts about some of the top states he didn't mention.

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Arizona woman claiming she’s Trump’s spokesperson goes nuts at local Target and attacks face mask rack

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The long holiday weekend has led to several strange incidents by anti-mask-wearing conservatives throwing fits all over the country.

Such was the case in Scottsdale, Arizona, where an irate supporter of President Donald Trump, assaulted a wall of masks at a Target store. She was allegedly so furious that she began pulling all of the masks off the display and throwing them around the store area.

"This sh*t is all f*ckin' over!" she shouted before saying it again, punctuating each word with additional fury. "This. Sh*t. Is. F*ckin'. Over! This sh*t's over. This sh*t's over. This sh*t's over. This sh*t's over. This sh*t's over. This sh*t's over. F*ck this sh*t! Not doin' it. I'm not doin' it. No, I'm not doin' it. We don't want this anymore."

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