Trump keeps on holding rallies even as Covid-19 cases surge

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President Donald Trump gestures during a campaign rally on October 17, 2020, in Muskegon, Michigan. | Rey Del Rio/Getty Images

“Pixie dust and pseudoscience” in the Trump White House.

As US coronavirus cases begin to climb again for the third time this year — and after being hospitalized after testing positive for Covid-19 himself — President Donald Trump continues to eschew basic public health facts, instead choosing to push a false narrative that the US is at long last “coming around the corner” when it comes to the coronavirus.

That particular line, that the US is rounding the metaphorical pandemic corner, is one Trump falls back on with some regularity — as of Friday, 28 times in the last 46 days, according to Forbes’s Andrew Solender — but it’s just not true.

In reality, the US reported its third-highest single-day case count ever on Friday — 70,451 new cases, according to the New York Times. And many states, including both Dakotas, Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, and Wisconsin, to name just a few, are reporting all-time high daily case numbers.

Nonetheless, Trump held a pair of crowded campaign rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin on…



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