She reacted to a few rare words of praise from the president on Friday, pointing out several ways he's personally leading "the worst national response of any industrialized nation in the world."
He said President Donald Trump's "two defining flaws" are compromising the federal government's response.
President Donald Trump warned ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl against being a "cutie pie" and a "wise guy" when he asked the president if people suffering from COVID-19 would have the ventilators they could need to stay alive.
"Yet your Governor, Gretchen "Half" Whitmer is way in over her ahead, she doesn't have a clue," Trump tweeted Friday.
"He did promise 'America First,'" Clinton tweeted after the U.S. took the global lead in the number of COVID-19 cases.
"For the most part," Navarro said, "we've had tremendous cooperation from the private sector."
"We did activate [the Defense Production Act] with respect to General Motors and hopefully maybe we won't even need the full activation," Trump said Friday.
"This is yet another attempt to impeach the president," Regan said.
WhyHunger says there has been a sharp spike in people calling its emergency line since the shutdown in the U.S.
Trump, who supports the legislation and which has broad bipartisan support, labeled Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) a "third rate Grandstander" who should be thrown out of the Republican Party by voters.
The new poll also said it is the first time disapproval of President Donald Trump's performance has been lower than approval.
The president told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he wanted to re-open the country in sections, starting with areas where there are fewer COVID-19 cases.
2020 has become the COVID-19 Election. How Trump handles the crisis—and how he is perceived to handle it—will likely determine whether he is re elected.
Trump praised Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday despite having accused China of culpability over the pandemic.
The head of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told CNN that the president wanted to give people hope.
"We are learning that not all coronavirus task force members had seen Mr. Trump's letter to the governors before the letter was released," Acosta said.
President Donald Trump told Fox News' Sean Hannity that his decision to delay a planned phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping in favor of appearing on the cable news opinion show "just shows you the power" of the show.
"You know, at a major hospital sometimes they'll have two ventilators," Trump said. "All of a sudden they're saying, 'Can we order 30,000 ventilators?'"
"We have to go back to work," Trump said Thursday. "Our country has to go back."
"These failures are resulting in a public health catastrophe," Warren tweeted Thursday.
"My Administration is working to publish new guidelines for State and local policymakers to use in making decisions about maintaining, increasing, or relaxing social distancing," Trump's letter read.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin may have made lots of money in Hollywood, but that doesn't mean he wants economic stimulus money going to the arts during the coronavirus crisis.
"President Trump was the first world leader to take definitive action early," Peter Navarro said.
"This is going to take longer than Easter to overcome," Republican Governor Phil Scott said on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump's timeline to restore the United States' regular operations is "aspirational," Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told NPR Thursday.
Deciding to lift the lockdown is difficult because very little is known about the COVID-19 virus and testing is woefully inadequate in the U.S. But the longer the disruption goes on, the more difficult it will be for the economy to recover..
Clinton took to Twitter to thank all the people working to "save lives and keep us all going" during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dick Kovacevich joins a number of executives concerned that at the damage COVID-19 will do to the economy.
"Saving lives and saving the economy are not in conflict right now; we will hasten the return to robust economic activity by taking steps to stem the spread of the virus and save lives," the letter read.
Large industries are being given a $500 billion lifeline, while Americans making under $75,000 per year are likely to receive a payment of $1,200 each as part of the $2 trillion dollar stimulus bill the Senate was expected to vote on Wednesday night.