ORLANDO, Fla. — Temperatures have fluctuated between hot and cold recently in Florida, just about as frequently as the idea that warmth might bring an end to the coronavirus disease, COVID-19.This week temperatures are expected to be between 75 and 82 degrees while balancing between mostly sunny and partly cloudy, according to the National Weather Service.But will that help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Florida?The Sunshine State already has had two fatalities, more than a dozen confirmed cases, and many more cases awaiting test results, according to the Florida Department of Health.On the…
Trump is ‘capable of reading’ a unifying message — but it’s doubtful he’ll mean it: Atlanta mayor
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Monday expressed little confidence that President Donald Trump could unify the nation at a time when the United States faces a triple threat of a recession, a pandemic, and civil unrest.
During an interview on CNN, host Alisyn Camerota asked Bottoms about actions Trump could possibly take to calm nerves and bring the country together.
"What about the debate that we are told is going on in the White House, as to whether or not the president should at this moment make some sort of national statement and call for unity?" she asked. "Would you like to see that?"
Protests around the world: This time it’s different
A profound, historical difference separates the protests across America the past six days from past eruptions of anger over police violence against black men and women. It’s a difference that isn’t showing up news reports, televised or print even though it’s quite apparent.
The differences are where these demonstrations are taking place and who is protesting,
In Los Angeles, the demonstrators were not in the poor and historically black neighborhood known as Watts, but in Beverly Hills and the city’s prosperous West Side. Many of those demonstrating were white. In some places a majority were white.
Kayleigh McEnany blames Antifa for Trump’s refusal to give Oval Office address on George Floyd
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Monday blamed Antifa for President Donald Trump's refusal to give an Oval Office address to the nation in the wake of George Floyd's apparent killing by Minneapolis police.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends, McEnany was asked if the president would try to heal the nation with a primetime address from the White House.
"This is the time that we look to our leader," Fox News host Steve Doocy explained. "We want this to stop. How does the president fix this?"
McEnany fixated on the rioting and looting that has taken place as a result of Floyd's death.