Also, Larry Ludlow says that the election of Obama proves there is no systemic racism, much like two-handing a glass of water and shuffling down 11o ramps is not a sign of deteriorating abilities.
Executive decision on tonight's #DickAward goes to Larry Kudlow who doesn't give a fuck about people dying, and those who lose their loved ones.— 🐘Jazzie🐘 (@baddogs4343) June 16, 2020
(Can't believe I'm living through this and posting this f*cking tweet – what the hell has happened to us?)https://t.co/igySuoZ2Tp
Number of people dead of coronavirus in South Korea: 278 https://t.co/s24l2SHhoz— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@MollyJongFast) June 16, 2020
A harsh, plain-speaking editorial in Tulsa’s largest newspaper Monday declared that President Donald Trump’s planned rally in the city Saturday will bring no benefit to the city — and will risk Oklahomans’ lives.“This is the wrong time and Tulsa is the wrong place for a Trump rally,” the editorial in the Tulsa World stated.“We don’t know why he chose Tulsa, but we can’t see any way that his visit will be good for the city.” There’s “no reason to think” Trump’s appearance “will have any effect on November’s election outcome” in the city or state — but it could trigger dire health consequences, the paper warned.Tulsa is “still dealing with the challenges created by a pandemic. The city and state have authorized reopening — but that doesn’t make a mass indoor gathering of people pressed closely together and cheering a good idea,” the editorial added. “There is no treatment for COVID-19 and no vaccine. It will be our health care system that will have to deal with whatever effects follow.”
Oklahoma had a record number of new cases on SATURDAY https://t.co/mOs71eSfk3— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) June 15, 2020
Why simply waiting for herd immunity to covid-19 isn’t an option https://t.co/4d2DnQlFoL— MIT Technology Review (@techreview) June 16, 2020
The White House informed Bolton in January that the book had “significant amounts of classification.” White House deputy counsel John Eisenberg cautioned in a letter to Bolton’s attorney Charles Cooper this month that the book’s release could pose a national security threat.
Bolton’s book is expected to detail “Trump misconduct with other countries” beyond Ukraine, Axios first reported last week. The president’s previous interactions with Ukraine led to his impeachment last year.
The first interview with Bolton since he finished his memoir will air Sunday on ABC News.