The new Department of Health and Human Services spokesman deleted most of his tweets earlier this month.
The White House was informed in a number of briefings last fall about the disease’s early impact in China.
So many people have died that Madrid’s municipal funeral home has stopped collecting bodies.
To distract from his own administration’s failures, Trump has turned to some of the U.S.’s oldest nativist tropes.
“Foreign virus” is a nonsensical term for something that affects us all, says infectious disease expert Derek Cummings.
Days before an export ban took effect, 32 wild-caught elephants were flown out of Zimbabwe to China.
A report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office projected lower economic growth and higher consumer prices.
“Trump doesn’t care about human rights,” says author and director of “Foreign Policy in Focus” John Feffer.
Trump’s trade deal with China is good for people like Bill Gates and companies like Boeing, but not for the rest of us.
The programs work in tandem with indoctrination camps where an estimated 1 million Uyghurs are being imprisoned.