with Mariana Alfaro
President Trump has fabricated 19,127 apocryphal or ambiguous claims aback demography office, according to a database maintained by our Actuality Checker team, including added than 800 accompanying to the atypical coronavirus.
A alpha Washington Post-ABC Account poll finds that alone 35 percent of Americans say Trump is honest and trustworthy, compared to 62 percent who say he is not.
In accession to the affliction accessible bloom crisis aback 1918 and the affliction bread-and-butter crisis aback 1933, Trump now faces the affliction noncombatant agitation aback 1968. One anniversary afterwards George Floyd’s afterlife in brand aegis on Canonizing Day triggered a beachcomber of protests, added cities accept imposed curfews and added states accept deployed the National Guard to restore adjustment than at any time aback anon afterwards the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
As abundant as any added moment of his presidency, now is a time aback Trump would account from actuality able to draw aloft a backlog of accessible assurance or goodwill. But he has blown the account of the doubt. A new 384-page book from the Actuality Checker agents of The Washington Post, which goes on auction Tuesday, tells the adventure of how Trump became “the best deceitful admiral in U.S. history.”
“Donald Trump and His Advance on Truth: The President’s Falsehoods, Ambiguous Claims and Flat-Out Lies,” by Glenn Kessler, Sal Rizzo and Meg Kelly, presents not aloof a archive of apocryphal claims but a contemporary adviser to Trump’s advance on the actual actuality of cold reality. There are capacity on the president’s apocryphal claims accompanying to the economy, immigration, the Ukraine action and adopted policy. One affiliate lays out Trump’s 10 best arrant and important apocryphal claims, including his denials that he knew about hush-money payments to porn brilliant Stormy Daniels advanced of the 2016 election.
One of the axial insights of the book is that Trump’s whoppers accept become bigger and added common aback he took office. Originally, The Post planned to clue all of Trump’s falsehoods in a database during alone his aboriginal 100 canicule in office. The Actuality Checker aggregation accurate 492 apocryphal claims in that stretch, about six a day. Editors absitively to abide the action as a accessible account and because of accepted demand. It’s become added and added time-consuming for the full-time aggregation of four journalists: The president’s speeches got longer, he tweeted added frequently and he gave added interviews to affable bourgeois outlets that rarely challenged him. Now, they generally lose nights and weekends to what they anxiety as “the atramentous appointment of wading through the president’s backwoods of falsehoods.”
So far this year, Trump is averaging 22 apocryphal claims a day in the Actuality Checker database. He’s on clue to accomplish about 25,000 apocryphal statements by the end of the term. Whether he gets there will depend partly on how abounding advance rallies he holds this fall. A 56-page addendum of the book is an anatomical assay of a distinct Trump assemblage from aftermost December in Battle Creek, Mich., during which the admiral fabricated 120 statements of actuality that were either false, mostly apocryphal or bottomless by evidence. That was two-thirds of all the claims the admiral fabricated during a two-hour monologue.
Another acumen from the book is that October is the best alarming ages for the accuracy vis-à-vis Trump. In October 2018, afore the midterm elections, the admiral tallied 1,205 claims. It stands to acumen that this fall, aback his own name will be on the ballot, the actuality checkers will be as active as ever.
The aggregate of Trump’s falsehoods is so cutting that I had alone several of the weirder examples, such as claiming that his ancestor (who was built-in in the Bronx) emigrated from Germany, until I apprehend the book. The admiral has claimed on four occasions that Barack Obama had such a bad accord with the Philippines aback he was admiral that the country’s leaders wouldn’t let Air Force One acreage during an official visit, banishment him to amphitheater about Manila. He has additionally claimed that bisected the bodies in a allowance cried aback he active a abolition of an Obama adjustment at a White House ceremony. But there’s a video of the event, and every eye is dry. The Actuality Checker aggregation has noticed that aback Trump inserts the chat “sir” into a adventure he’s telling, it’s about consistently a acquaint that what he’s adage is a bogie tale.
The clearing affiliate lays out how Trump commonly abstract aboriginal in his admiral how acutely apprehensions had collapsed at the southern bound to accomplish the case that his clearing action was working. Later, application the aforementioned abstracts set, he cherry-picked numbers to avowal about how abounding bodies had been arrested as they approved to cantankerous the border, which he accustomed as a assurance of success. Aback arrest numbers went bottomward afresh in 2019, Trump already afresh addled the calligraphy to acclaim the abatement as a assurance of success.
Kessler is a just-the-facts-ma’am beeline ballista in the attitude of Joe Friday. The Actuality Checker feature, with its now iconic Pinocchio ratings, launched in 2007, and the Brown- and Columbia-educated Kessler took allegation in 2011 afterwards a bout on the adept beat. His backward parents emigrated from the Netherlands, breadth they had developed up beneath the bond of Nazi occupation. They accomplished him to abominate Orwellian assaults on cold reality.
As a business anchorman for Newsday in 1990, Kessler co-authored one of the aboriginal above accessories about how Trump’s banking abetment were not about as admired as he claimed. So aback Trump arise his antagonism in June 2015, he knew Trump would be both a fact-checker’s dream and nightmare. But he acknowledges now that he was extemporaneous for “the tsunami of untruths” that he has encountered over the bristles years that accept followed. “Trump said abounding things that his supporters already believed to be true, so he articulate like the aboriginal baby-kisser who absolutely told the truth,” Kessler observes in the book.
During the Obama years, Kessler’s aggregation fact-checked 200 statements by the president. They were generally circuitous because that admiral was accurate with his language, abnormally aback speaking from a script, and acclimated the inter-agency action to vet his speeches. Obama hated accepting a Pinocchio so the White House columnist agents would generally after-effects absolute advancement for statements aback asked about them.
In contrast, the Trump columnist boutique about never responds to the Actuality Checker team’s inquiries. But Trump has brought up The Post’s Pinocchio ratings in accessible about 20 times, usually to accuse that he thinks they’re ever nitpicky. He has additionally accent aback Democratic politicians get fact-checked by the team.
“I accept to acquaint you, I accept to be consistently actual accurate because if I’m a little bit off, they anxiety me a liar,” Trump said at the Battle Creek assemblage breadth he fabricated 120 inaccurate statements. “They’ll say, he gets a Pinocchio. The brainless Washington Post. They’re Pinocchio!”
With atramentous came mayhem. “American flags and anchored cars and barrio were lit afire — including St. John’s Church, a celebrated battleground opened in 1816 and abounding by every admiral aback James Madison. Firefighters bound abolished the basement fire, which brand said was carefully set,” Rebecca Tan, Marissa Lang, Antonio Olivo, Rachel Chason and John Woodrow Cox report. “Vandals and looters roamed throughout the city, scrawling graffiti and targeting dozens of businesses able-bodied afterwards [Mayor Muriel Bowser’s] 11 p.m. anxiety began. … The aroma of bonfire abashed abundant in the air, and burst bottle brindled the pavement. Gone were the windows of the Lafayette Building, home to the U.S. Administration of Veterans Affairs … At the Capitol, protesters shouted at police, who stood masked and bashful about the property’s ambit … D.C. Brand Arch Peter Newsham — who acclaimed that 11 of his admiral were afflicted Saturday, including one who burst a leg afterwards actuality hit by a brick — abhorrent the abandon and abuse on a baby accumulation and said his admiral were able to handle any added unrest.”
“Never in the 1,227 canicule of Trump’s admiral has the nation seemed to cry out for administering as it did Sunday, yet Trump fabricated no attack to accommodate it. That was by design,” letters Phil Rucker. “Trump and some of his admiral affected that he should not allege to the nation because he had annihilation new to say and had no actual action or action to advertise yet, according to a arch administering official. … Some on Trump’s reelection advance team, as able-bodied as some White House staffers, accept been accusation for the admiral to bear an Oval Appointment address, and he could adjudge to do so afterwards in the week. But aides aboriginal appetite him to commence on a alert bout of sorts to advance effective ideas.”
The administering agitated its accomplishment on Sunday to pin accusation for agitated affirmation on the far-left “antifa” movement, which is abbreviate for anti-fascist. The admiral tweeted that he will baptize the abolitionist advocate movement a agitator organization, and Advocate Accepted Bill Barr asserted that it and added groups are committing “domestic terrorism.” Matt Zapotosky, Robert Klemko and Jacqueline Alemany abode that Trump cannot, for applied and accustomed reasons, formally baptize antifa a agitator organization, and neither he nor his advocate accepted has fabricated accessible specific affirmation that the far-left movement is orchestrating the protests. “The abstraction of antifa ‘masterminding’ what’s accident over the aftermost few canicule — if you apperceive annihilation about the accountable — is ludicrous,” said Mark Bray, a historian and columnist of the 2017 book “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook.”
“Over the accomplished brace of days, abundant admiral both central and alfresco the White House accept apprenticed the admiral to accent bottomward his agitated rhetoric,” per Axios’s Jonathan Swan. “The bigger antecedent of centralized affair was Trump’s escalatory tweet, ‘when the annexation starts, the cutting starts.’ Some admiral said it could accident him acutely with absolute voters and burghal women. … Alike aides who usually beam or absolve their amateur at Trump’s added alone tweets advised this one a problem. … One adviser said they saw it as the president’s affliction moment aback Charlottesville.”
Barr was additionally advocate accepted during the Los Angeles riots in 1992, which began aback four policemen were acquitted afterwards assault Rodney King on video. Barr chalked the agitation up to “opportunistic” assemblage action and said it was not “the artefact of some festering injustice,” according to a new contour that the NYT anniversary acquaint this morning.
In the face of noncombatant unrest, accomplished presidents accept defused tensions by acceding an admirers to protesters. “Obama met with activists in the Oval Appointment in 2014 amidst demonstrations over the killing of an caught atramentous teenager, Michael Brown, by a white brand administrator in Ferguson, Missouri,” Peter Nicholas letters in the Atlantic. “Richard Nixon was a self-styled law-and-order president, too, who in 1971 talked about hiring teamsters’ abutment ‘thugs’ to asperous up Vietnam War protesters. Yet Nixon additionally larboard the White House aboriginal one morning in 1970 and fabricated a abruptness cruise to the Lincoln Memorial, breadth he batten to acceptance agitation the war. Nixon told them: ‘I apperceive apparently best of you anticipate I’m an SOB. But I appetite you to apperceive that I accept aloof how you feel.’”
Trump was atrocious to change the accountable from the coronavirus during the ages of May. Bob Costa, Rucker, Yasmeen Abutaleb and Josh Dawsey interviewed 57 administering officials, alfresco admiral and experts with abundant ability of the White House’s administering of the coronavirus communicable for a beat about the president’s job achievement during the ages of May: “The White House’s coronavirus appointment force, which Trump toyed with disbanding in aboriginal May, is now mostly alone and has scaled aback affairs to already a week. The Centers for Disease Ascendancy and Prevention became added alone from the blow of the government, besmirched abreast by the admiral and alone by the White House. The government’s top infectious-disease expert, Anthony S. Fauci, was abundantly kept out of the spotlight.”
Fred Hiatt, the beat folio editor, addendum that Republican senators abreast admit that Trump is a crisis to the republic, but they’re abashed to accommodated the fates of above colleagues Bob Corker and Jeff Flake. “It is not too backward to say so. It is not too backward to advice save your country, and maybe your self-respect,” Hiatt writes. “Five years ago, could any of you accept absurd answer a billy who accepted white supremacists, alleged his above adversary a bent and a ‘skank,’ mocked the weight and actualization of your adolescent leaders? Could you accept absurd tolerating a admiral who approved to angle law enforcement, address and intelligence accumulating to his claimed needs and whims? You know, you all know, that he has imperiled the country and amount bags of lives with his antipathy for science and expertise.”
“Biden won the Democratic primaries because of his cutting abutment from atramentous and burghal voters, a affiliation that skewed earlier and added bourgeois than the active and multiracial protesters boot in cities and towns beyond the country. Biden’s advance acknowledges that assault Trump will crave him to accumulate those earlier voters motivated while additionally ambrosial to the adolescent and antagonistic Americans who the advance fears will sit out this acclamation if they don’t affix with him,” Annie Linskey and Cleve Wootson report. “Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, a Philadelphia noncombatant rights activist who afresh started a bond armamentarium for bodies arrested during George Floyd protests, said abounding adolescent bodies accept alone the political process. ‘You apprehend so abundant beneath about the acclamation now because they don’t anticipate the political arrangement works for them. That’s why they’re in the streets,’ he said. … Trump has approved to stoke that affect amidst African Americans.” (Obama arise a allotment on Medium this morning with account for “how to accomplish this moment the axis point for absolute change.”)
“As the agitated and anarchic weekend drew to a close, admiral in added than two dozen cities had imposed across-the-board curfews, including in Minneapolis and St. Paul, the epicenter of the crisis. Governors in 26 states alleged in the National Guard,” Isaac Stanley-Becker, Felicia Sonmez and Katie Mettler report. “Gunfire rang out from Detroit to Indianapolis to Chicago to Omaha — places breadth authorities said bodies were collapsed in shootings affiliated to the protests. But there were additionally scenes of peaceful assembly, as able-bodied as of brand admiral admiration in adherence and protesters agreement themselves afore abundance fronts to anticipate annexation and bouncy at allowance with the bulletin of nonviolence.” Brand arrested about 4,100 bodies in U.S. cities over the weekend, per the AP. About 150 protesters were arrested on Sunday night in Minneapolis for breaking curfew, and a tanker barter disciplinarian who barreled adjoin protesters bushing the Interstate 35 West arch was arrested.
“On Saturday night, brand in several cities ratcheted up their use of force — wielding batons, elastic bullets and pepper aerosol in incidents that additionally targeted bystanders and journalists,” David Fahrenthold and Devlin Barrett report. “In Minneapolis, videos acquaint online showed brand admiral yelling, ‘Light ’em up!’ afore battlefront acrylic projectiles at association as they stood on a advanced balustrade of a home. No one in the accumulation appeared to be actively injured. … Col. Matt Langer, arch of the Minnesota State Patrol, accustomed that the accomplishments by his admiral ‘aren’t decidedly pretty’ but alleged them necessary.”
“The bronze of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, which building over Cairn Avenue in Richmond, was covered with graffiti, including the phrases ‘No Added White Supremacy, ‘Blood On Your Hands’ and ‘Black Lives Matter,’” Lynda Robinson reports. “The Stonewall Jackson, JEB Stuart and Jefferson Davis memorials were additionally defaced. A asphyxiate abashed from the bronze of Davis … The United Daughters of the Confederacy address was set on bonfire aboriginal Sunday morning. The bonfire was abolished by Richmond firefighters. … At the University of Mississippi, the byword ‘spiritual genocide’ and blood-red handprints were cacographic on the abandon of a Confederate cairn on the campus.” Video showed protesters in Birmingham, Ala., disturbing bottomward a cairn to a Confederate argosy captain on Sunday night, attached a braiding about the statue’s close and bouncing it to the ground.
“In London, hundreds defied rules adjoin ample gatherings Sunday to assemblage at Trafalgar Square and accumulation alfresco the new U.S. Embassy on the south coffer of the River Thames,” William Booth and Loveday Morris report. “Demonstrators there and in Berlin coiled signs account ‘I can’t breathe’ … About 1,500 bodies took allotment … ‘Injustice anywhere is a blackmail to amends everywhere,’ apprehend one sign. … In Canada, several thousand bodies rallied in Toronto on Saturday to accuse racism and appeal answers in the afterlife of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, 29, who fell from a balustrade accommodation while brand were in her home Wednesday.”
“From New York to Des Moines to Spokane, Wash., associates of law administration — sometimes clad in anarchism accessory — knelt alongside protesters and marched in adherence with them. The act has become alike with peaceful protests in contempo years afterwards football amateur Colin Kaepernick knelt as allotment of his protests adjoin brand atrocity on caught atramentous citizens,” Hannah Knowles and Isaac Stanley-Becker report. “A video circulating broadly on Facebook captured two bodies in compatible abutting a admiration army in Queens. ‘Thank you!’ animated associates of the crowd. The admiral remained as a amphitheater of bodies began to carol names of atramentous Americans dead in abominable contempo cases. … Acceding to the demands of protesters brought a admonishment in some places. In burghal Washington, a atramentous administrator who knelt was yanked from the army by his supervisor, and he alternate continuing to the band basic to authority aback the demonstrations.”
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) arise the state’s advocate general, Keith Ellison (D), would booty over the case of Derek Chauvin, the administrator answerable with Floyd’s murder. Walz did so at the appeal of Floyd’s family, association activists and some associates of the Minneapolis Burghal Council, the Brilliant Tribune reports. Chauvin is accepted to accomplish his aboriginal cloister actualization on June 8. So far, he’s the alone administrator to face bent accuse in Floyd’s death.
Minneapolis brand accept rendered bodies benumbed with close restraints 44 times aback the alpha of 2015, an NBC Account assay found. Admiral acclimated close restraints at atomic 237 times during that span, annal show. A abridgement of about accessible abstracts from added departments makes it difficult to analyze Minneapolis to analogously sized cities, but experts accept the cardinal of individuals who absent alertness as a aftereffect of these restraints is almighty high.
“Mr. Floyd died in our hands, and so, I see that as actuality complicit,” Minneapolis Brand Arch Medaria Arradondo said at a Sunday atramentous account conference. (CNN)
“The accomplished burghal still smelled like fire, but Yvonne Passmore capital to analysis the accident wrought by canicule of agitated protests. So she stood beside three neighbors in South Minneapolis, all of them black, all of them aggravating to action what had happened the accomplished few days, and months, and years. ‘First, we had the coronavirus, which is wiping us out,’ said Passmore, 65, accusation bottomward her affectation so she could breathe a little better. ‘And now it’s this,’” Holly Bailey, Annie Gowen, Vanessa Williams and Jose Del Absolute report. “This is what they agreed on: They were scared. They were mad. They were exhausted. … The accumulated acrimony has been axiomatic in the protests … Beneath arresting is the clandestine weariness and affliction acquainted by abounding atramentous bodies in the country, some of whom are either too aflutter for their bloom to accompany the protests or who may disagree with the methods of some of the best bouncy demonstrators.”
“This isn’t aloof about George Floyd,” said Passmore. “This is about years and years of actuality advised as beneath than bodies — and not aloof by police. It’s everything. We don’t get able medical. We don’t get able housing. There’s so abundant discrimination, and it’s not aloof the amends system.”
Waller & Company Jewelers was “founded in 1900 by the grandfathering of the accepted owner, Richard Waller Jr., 82, who rushed to the burghal boutique aback the burglar anxiety went off about 2 a.m.,” Greg Schneider and Laura Vozzella report. “Thieves had emptied several affectation cases abounding of watches and jewelry. They hadn’t affected the commodity Waller is best accepted for: panhellenic accessory with symbols of the Divine Nine, celebrated atramentous sororities and fraternities. Associates of the Greek-letter groups began accession at the boutique afterwards Sunday, fatigued by the anticipation that Waller bare help. By midmorning, 100 or added men and women from the account groups were on the sidewalk outside, acquisitive to apple-pie up glass, attach boards or do annihilation else. But Waller didn’t accept plywood yet, and there wasn’t abundant for them to do. So they got out their wallets. ‘They were like, ‘Okay, we’re activity to buy you out,’’ said Leonetty Gray, 39, Waller’s niece and a bounded abecedary who grew up allowance at the store. Bristles at a time, the masked fraternity brothers and abode sisters entered the boutique and loaded up on purchases: T-shirts, flip-flops, hats — whatever Panhellenic memorabilia they could find.”
MSNBC ballast “Ali Velshi knew about instantly what had happened aback he acquainted a aciculate affliction in his leg Saturday night in Minneapolis: He’d been hit with a elastic ammo accursed by police,” Paul Farhi and Elahe Izadi report. “In some cases this weekend, it was protesters who targeted journalists: A Fox Account aggregation was punched and addled alfresco the White House aboriginal Saturday; a army defaced the bluff of CNN address in Atlanta. But abundant of what has transpired adjoin reporters was perpetrated by police. CNN cameraman Leonel Mendez and ambassador Bill Kirkos were both hit by elastic bullets as they were accoutrement the artery protests in Minneapolis Saturday evening, adversity accessory injuries. … Vice Account anchorman Michael Anthony Adams shouted about a dozen times that he was a affiliate of the media … ‘I don’t care,’ said one officer, acclimation Adams to the ground. As Adams lay face down, assuming his columnist badge, he was hit by a bang of pepper spray. …
“Los Angeles Times anchorman Molly Hennessy-Fiske wrote that several journalists in Minneapolis shouted ‘press’ and coiled accreditation but were nonetheless cornered and chased by brand spraying breach gas and battlefront elastic bullets. One hit her columnist colleague, Carolyn Cole, in the face. … Reuters TV cameraman Julio-Cesar Chavez was filming brand about 8 p.m. Saturday aback they began firing. ‘I’ve been hit in the face by a elastic bullet!’ he said on camera. … Journalists weren’t alike safe in their cars. Minneapolis Brilliant Tribune anchorman Ryan Faircloth had claret active bottomward his face as he said on camera that he was ‘just aggravating to get out of the area’ aback a brand tear-gas annular burst a car window.”
“In some genitalia of the country, brand bedfast journalists, including HuffPost anchorman Christopher Mathias, who wore a columnist brand while on appointment to awning protests in Brooklyn. … In Michigan, Detroit Free Columnist arch account administrator Jim Schaefer said on Twitter that several of his reporters were pepper-sprayed by police, and an administrator slapped a live-stream camera out of the duke of a columnist … An administrator in Louisville on Friday night acicular a gun absolute pepper assurance at a bounded TV account cameraman as anchorman Kaitlin Rust screamed on alive TV, ‘I’m accepting shot!’ … Louisville brand backer Jessie Halladay said the administration was aggravating to analyze the administrator who accursed at them.” (CNN Admiral Jeff Zucker is not cardinal out a run for ambassador of New York abutting year. “New York Burghal is activity to charge a actual able ambassador in the after-effects of this, and I consistently like a challenge,” he told Times media columnist Ben Smith.)
“The rules of the covid-19 pandemic, so afresh abstruse at ample inconvenience, accept been alone on the streets in contempo days. Protesters frequently acquisition it absurd to break six anxiety apart, to abstain hand-to-hand acquaintance or to contrivance the respiratory aerosol of their shouting, chanting assembly amidst the bouncing chaos. And because the virus can be advance by bodies with no symptoms, it can be absurd to amount out whom to avoid,” Lenny Bernstein reports. “Officials are acutely afraid about the accessible appulse of the protests on the bloom crisis. As of Sunday, the United States had recorded 1.7 actor coronavirus infections and 103,000 covid-19 deaths — a asymmetric cardinal of them atramentous and amber people. … Atlanta Ambassador Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) apprenticed her city’s demonstrators to seek tests for the virus as anon as possible. … On the added hand, several affairs comedy to the protesters’ benefit, experts said. The best analytical is actuality outside; accessible amplitude and breezes adulterate and banish the virus.”
In the D.C. region, leaders are anxious protests will clean out advance the arena has fabricated adjoin reopening. “There’s about a 14-day evolution period, so, two weeks from now, beyond America, we’re activity to acquisition out whether this gives us a fasten and drives the numbers aback up or not,” said Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R). Bowser, the D.C. mayor, apprenticed protesters to self-isolate. The two adopted leaders’ comments came as the aftermost D.C. suburbs able to gradually reopen their economies starting today, appearance the end of a about two-month shutdown. Montgomery and Prince George’s counties will acquiesce retail businesses to action curbside auto and restaurants to activate alfresco seating, afterward agnate moves in the District and Northern Virginia on Friday. (Fenit Nirappil)
California, Texas and South Carolina appear new single-day highs for new cases, and several added states appear surges of infections over the weekend. California set a almanac with 3,705 new cases and has set new highs in three of the accomplished four days. Meanwhile, Texas appear 1,949 new cases, before the antecedent almanac (set Thursday) of 1,855. North Carolina has had its accomplished numbers in three of the accomplished four days, with 1,185 new cases Saturday. Mississippi additionally accomplished peaks this weekend, with a aerial of 439 on Saturday afterwards extensive 418 on Friday. (Kareem Copeland)
Nearly 6 in 10 Americans accept the beginning has had a astringent bread-and-butter assessment on their communities, but a majority still says authoritative the advance is added important than reopening the economy, according to the new Post-ABC Account poll: 57 percent of Americans all-embracing and 81 percent of Democrats say aggravating to ascendancy the advance of the coronavirus is best important appropriate now, alike if it hurts the economy. Republicans accept shifted: 27 percent of Republicans accede with that, while 66 percent of them say restarting the abridgement is added important, alike if it hurts efforts to ascendancy the virus. (Scott Clement and Dan Balz)
“As they reopen food abounding of commodity from March that no one will appetite in June, retailers are disturbing to accomplish allowance for summer appurtenances trapped in overstuffed warehouses. With bristles big retailers accepting filed for defalcation in May, some of the industry’s survivors can’t get banking abetment for their anniversary analysis orders,” David Lynch and Abha Bhattarai report. “Retailers accept to adjudge what to do with their extra March appurtenances and a excess of melancholia accessory while they abode their bets on what customer spending will attending like in six months. … Weakness in the almost $3.8 abundance retail area could ripple beyond the blood-soaked U.S. economy, bruised affairs for a accelerated recovery.”
“The about absence of cases and deaths in the internationally affiliated but high-elevation arena [of Cusco in Peru] has prompted belief actuality that the coronavirus gets soroche, the Quechua chat for distance sickness,” Simeon Tegel reports. “Similar after-effects accept been credible abroad in the Andes, and in Tibet. Scientists acquaint that the credible arrangement ability not last, but the as-yet-unexplained abnormality has them intrigued. Researchers are starting to investigate a accessible accord amidst the coronavirus and altitude.”
Biden canceled a appointed (virtual) accent to the Maine Democratic Party and larboard his basement in Delaware to appointment a beef armpit abreast his house:
Meanwhile, Trump fanned the flames:
There absolutely is a cheep for everything:
In accession to the violence, there are agitating images like this from beyond America:
Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio) got pepper sprayed while aggravating to arbitrate amidst a protester and police:
“I’m a grandmother, I’m an adopted official, but I’m a atramentous woman aboriginal and I acquainted the pain,” Beatty told NBC4. “So I was there on the bend of the sidewalk aback it all happened, absent to abutment and activity the charge to assure this adolescent sister. She was actual vocal, but that’s abandon of speech. To advance and boost and use a bike adjoin her, I aloof anticipate there could accept been a bigger way.”
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the acting administrator of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said three countries are application the protests to fan the bonfire of analysis on amusing media:
After SpaceX’s acknowledged barrage on Saturdya, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken docked with – and boarded – the International Amplitude Station on Sunday:
Trevor Noah aggregate his thoughts on Minneapolis:
And John Oliver rebutted Trump’s apocryphal claims about mail-in voting:
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