Vice President Biden today said President Trump’s “uncoordinated” response to the coronavirus is responsible for last week’s record unemployment claims. “The harsh reality is that at least 3 million people now don’t have jobs because our president didn’t do his job when it mattered,” Biden wrote. He said that while Trump is not responsible for the virus itself, “he bears full responsibility for the slow
President Trump sent a letter to the nation’s governors detailing how he intends to begin getting the country back to work. From the letter: This is what we envision: Our expanded testing capabilities will quickly enable us to publish criteria, developed in close coordination with the Nation’s public health officials and scientists, to help classify counties with respect to continued risks posed by the virus,” Trump said.
Let me think. It’s a few years ago. Wait, no, he became vice president when he left the Senate. From the Washington Examiner: Former Vice President Joe Biden raised confusion Wednesday during a virtual round table after claiming he became a “professor” when he left the U.S. Senate. “When I left the United States Senate, I became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania,” Biden