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‘IT’S NOT EBOLA!’ Trump supporters flip out at Liz Cheney after she pushes back on plans to restart economy

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Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) on Tuesday morning gently pushed back on President Donald Trump’s stated desire to send everyone back to work during a time when coronavirus cases are surging throughout the United States.

After the president said on Monday night that he was considering telling people to go back to their normal routines at the end of next week in the name of restarting the economy, Cheney wrote on Twitter that it is not realistic to expect things to go back to normal during a time when there is a pandemic spreading exponentially throughout the country.

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“There will be no normally functioning economy if our hospitals are overwhelmed and thousands of Americans of all ages, including our doctors and nurses, lay dying because we have failed to do what’s necessary to stop the virus,” she wrote.

While Cheney’s stance earned her some plaudits, it also drew the ire of some Trump supporters who insisted that the president’s plan to send everyone back to work in the middle of a spiraling health crisis was a good idea.

Check out some angry reactions below.

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Peter Navarro warned Trump coronavirus could kill 500,000 Americans — back in January: NYT

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President Donald Trump was warned COVID-19 could be catastrophic, according to a bombshell new report published online by The New York Times on Monday evening.

"A top White House adviser starkly warned Trump administration officials in late January that the coronavirus crisis could cost the United States trillions of dollars and put millions of Americans at risk of illness or death," the newspaper reported.

"The warning, written in a memo by Peter Navarro, President Trump’s trade adviser, is the highest-level alert known to have circulated inside the West Wing as the administration was taking its first substantive steps to confront a crisis that had already consumed China’s leaders and would go on to upend life in Europe and the United States," The Times continued.

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Oil prices jump on hopes for output cut deal

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Oil prices rebounded Tuesday on fresh hopes an OPEC-led meeting this week will reach an agreement to reduce oversupply and shore up the market.

Prices have fallen sharply since expectations for a quick deal to cut output levels were dashed, but the rescheduling to Thursday of a meeting of major crude producers boosted sentiment.

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate was up 3.83 percent to $27.08 a barrel in Asian morning trade.

A barrel of Brent crude, the international benchmark, was trading 2.81 percent higher at $33.98.

Prices fell to 18-year lows last week as the market wallowed in oversupply arising from a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, which have ramped up production.

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Trump and his allies have financial ties to companies that manufacture untested drug he’s touting for COVID-19: report

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President Donald Trump's fixation with hydroxychloroquine, a drug used to treat malaria and lupus, as a potential treatment for the novel coronavirus has left many medical experts, including members of his own administration, frustrated. The drug comes with severe side effects ranging from nausea and hair loss to blindness and cardiac arrest; the hoarding of the drug to test it in COVID-19 patients has resulted in autoimmune patients being denied it, and the evidence that it even helps COVID-19 patients in the first place is anecdotal at best.

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