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Trump thinks he can game allied and broken institutions to present his coronavirus failures as successes, rather than evidence that our worst fears about his presidency have come to pass.
House Democrats should use the fourth coronavirus rescue bill to implement the measures that will allow the country to recover as quickly as possible—and even come out the better for it.
Democrats had to help get money to people as quickly as possible; now they have to do the hard political work of making Republicans own the corporate bailouts they demanded.
We will not allow this coronavirus pandemic to rob our young people of the futures and the economic opportunities they have been working to build.
Trump must be judged not just by how badly he failed to prepare the country for what’s already happened, but by whether he fails to do what must be done to pull the country out of it.
Here we are: Isolated in our homes, working from our couches, bringing our bottles of red wine into our showers, and asking our plants if they’re mad at us, all without skipping a beat.
The president is attempting to use the global coronavirus pandemic—a virus that has already spread within the borders of the United States—as a pretext to fulfill his most anti-immigrant promises.
With the public behind the idea, and a free-and-fair election at stake, Congress should include a nationwide vote-by-mail requirement in legislation to help the country weather coronavirus.
The Democratic Party should end its practice of shielding incumbent House members in safe districts from real accountability, even when they sell out progressive goals.
Democrats have often shied away from confronting Republican presidents in the midst of national crises. We cannot make the same mistakes again.