At least eight people who gathered at the White House on September 26 have tested positive after hugging, shaking hands and foregoing masks.
The announcement of Trump’s positive diagnosis has led to arguably the most extensive case of collective schadenfreude in human history.
The president’s illness brought sympathy, but boosted the prognosis that the U.S. is a mess.
“We have someone who is really not functioning cognitively who has the capacity to launch the nuclear codes,” psychologist John Gartner warned.
The line is half a century old.
There is still not enough evidence chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine will be useful against COVID-19.