Bernie Sanders formally suspended his presidential campaign on Wednesday, acknowledging that he had no realistic path to winning the Democratic nomination.
又係 Trump Trump，呢次有可能會攞到 popular vote. 天啟四騎士及冚家鏟同好會唔投票或射落海，又有四年可以搵嘢屌，年年明年見。
成個抗疫工作佢唯一做啱嘅就係停航：一月底對中國停航，反應迅速；三月初對伊朗停航，中規中矩；三月中對歐洲停航，後知後覺，不過better late than never
唔講其他，就憑佢二月一直講very well under control，三月初重將武肺比作流感，話病毒會自然消失，就呢幾樣都會畀China Joe摁住來打
Feb. 10: 12 confirmed cases in U.S.
Xi "feels...the heat, generally speaking, kills this kind of virus"
"I had a long talk with President Xi — for the people in this room — two nights ago, and he feels very confident. He feels very confident. And he feels that, again, as I mentioned, by April or during the month of April, the heat, generally speaking, kills this kind of virus," the president said during a White House meeting with governors.
Feb. 23: 51 confirmed cases in U.S.
Situation is "very much under control"
"We're very much involved. We're very — very cognizant of everything going on. We have it very much under control in this country," the president told reporters, in response to a question about whether he had been updated on the coronavirus.
Feb. 24: 51 confirmed cases in U.S.
"The Coronavirus is very much under control in the USA"
"The Coronavirus is very much under control in the USA. We are in contact with everyone and all relevant countries. CDC & World Health have been working hard and very smart. Stock Market starting to look very good to me!" the president tweeted.
Feb. 25: 57 confirmed cases in U.S.
Coronavirus is "very well under control in our country"
"You may ask about the coronavirus, which is very well under control in our country. We have very few people with it, and the people that have it are - in all cases, I have not heard anything other," the president said during a press conference on his trip to India.
Feb. 27: 60 confirmed cases in U.S.
Virus will "disappear" one day "like a miracle"
"It's going to disappear. One day it's like a miracle, it will disappear," the president said during a White House meeting with African-American leaders.
Feb. 29: 74 confirmed cases in U.S.
"Everything is really under control"
"And we've done a great job. And I've gotten to know these professionals. They're incredible. And everything is under control. I mean, they're very, very cool. They've done it, and they've done it well. Everything is really under control." — Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. One attendee from that event later tested positive, and lawmakers who attended went under self-quarantine.
March 9: 959 confirmed cases in U.S.
Compares number of deaths caused by coronavirus and flu
"So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year. Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!" the president tweeted.
The memos, dated Jan. 29 and Feb. 23, estimated the possible economic toll and the number of lives the virus could take.
The first memo said the virus could cost nearly $6 trillion and could kill over 500,000 called for “an immediate travel ban on China,” which Trump did two days after receiving the memo.
His February predictions worsened, and Navarro warned that up to two million Americans could die from the virus and emphasized the increasing demand for medical supplies.
“There is an increasing probability of a full-blown COVID-19 pandemic that could infect as many as 100 million Americans, with a loss of life of as many as 1-2 million souls,” the memo reads.
Navarro also recommended an “immediate supplemental appropriation of at least $3 billion” to support efforts related medical efforts. He added that demand for protective gear for healthcare workers would jump writing, “We can expect to need at least a billion face masks, 200,000 Tyvek suits, and 11,000 ventilator circuits, and 25,000 PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators).”
The group — including Dr. Anthony S. Fauci of the National Institutes of Health; Dr. Robert R. Redfield of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Mr. Azar, who at that stage was leading the White House Task Force — concluded they would soon need to move toward aggressive social distancing, even at the risk of severe disruption to the nation’s economy and the daily lives of millions of Americans.
The following day, Dr. Kadlec and the others decided to present Mr. Trump with a plan titled “Four Steps to Mitigation,” telling the president that they needed to begin preparing Americans for a step rarely taken in United States history.
Dr. Kadlec’s group wanted to meet with the president right away, but Mr. Trump was on a trip to India, so they agreed to make the case to him in person as soon as he returned two days later.
On the 18-hour plane ride home, Mr. Trump fumed as he watched the stock market crash after Dr. Messonnier’s comments. Furious, he called Mr. Azar when he landed at around 6 a.m. on Feb. 26, raging that Dr. Messonnier had scared people unnecessarily. Already on thin ice with the president over a variety of issues and having overseen the failure to quickly produce an effective and widely available test, Mr. Azar would soon find his authority reduced.
The meeting that evening with Mr. Trump to advocate social distancing was canceled, replaced by a news conference in which the president announced that the White House response would be put under the command of Vice President Mike Pence.
The push to convince Mr. Trump of the need for more assertive action stalled. With Mr. Pence and his staff in charge, the focus was clear: no more alarmist messages. Statements and media appearances by health officials like Dr. Fauci and Dr. Redfield would be coordinated through Mr. Pence’s office. It would be more than three weeks before Mr. Trump would announce serious social distancing efforts, a lost period during which the spread of the virus accelerated rapidly.
Over nearly three weeks from Feb. 26 to March 16, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States grew from 15 to 4,226
US election 2020: Bernie Sanders endorses ex-rival Joe Biden for president
sleepy joe會搵邊個做running mate呢？Kamala Harris 女+少數族裔？
Biden campaign denies ex-aide's sexual assault allegation
Former Vice-President Joe Biden has denied an allegation that he sexually assaulted a former aide nearly 30 years ago as a US senator.
Tara Reade, who worked briefly as a staff assistant in Mr Biden's office, has said that her former boss forced her against a wall, putting his hands under her shirt and skirt.
@姬嘉鐸我老婆 在 2020美國大選討論區 裡說：
an allegation that he sexually assaulted a former aide nearly 30 years ago as a US senator
Coronavirus: Could Donald Trump delay the presidential election?
As the coronavirus pandemic grinds much of the US economy to a halt, it is also playing havoc with the American democratic process during a national election year.
Primary contests have been delayed or disrupted, with in-person polling places closed and absentee balloting processes thrown into doubt. Politicians have engaged in contentious fights over the electoral process in legislatures and the courts.
In November voters are scheduled to head to the polls to select the next president, much of Congress and thousands of state-government candidates. But what could Election Day look like - or if it will even be held on schedule - is very much the subject of debate.