Check out Mini-memeorandum for simple mobiles or memeorandum Mobile for modern smartphones.
11:05 AM ET, April 6, 2020

memeorandum

 Top Items: 
Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Scoop: Inside the epic White House fight over hydroxychloroquine  —  The White House coronavirus task force had its biggest fight yet on Saturday, pitting economic adviser Peter Navarro against infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci.  At issue: How enthusiastically should the White House tout …
RELATED:
Chandelis Duster / CNN:
Peter Navarro on his qualifications to disagree with Dr. Anthony Fauci on coronavirus treatments: 'I'm a social scientist'  —  Washington (CNN)White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Monday said he was qualified to engage and disagree with Dr. Anthony Fauci on the use of an anti-malarial drug …
Discussion: Axios, Political Wire and POLITICUSUSA
CNN:
Heated disagreement breaks out in Situation Room over hydroxychloroquine  —  (CNN)There was a heated disagreement in the Situation Room this weekend over the efficacy of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine — but multiple sources say it was mostly one-sided, as President Donald Trump's …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and The Week
Gina Yu / CNN:
Trump suggests hydroxychloroquine may protect against Covid-19.  Researchers say there's no evidence of that
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
Has Anyone Found Trump's Soul?  Anyone?  —  He's not rising to the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic.  He's shriveling into nothingness.  —  Do you remember President George W. Bush's remarks at Ground Zero in Manhattan after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks?
Politico:
Fried v. DeSantis: the coronavirus edition — Florida builds a mystery app — More pressure over unemployment fiasco — Early voting settlement reached  —  Hello and welcome to Monday.  —  The daily rundown — Between Saturday night and Sunday night, the number of Florida …
RELATED:
Mary Ellen Klas / Miami Herald:
DeSantis doing better than Trump in handling coronavirus crisis, Florida poll shows
Discussion: Political Wire
Aleem Maqbool / BBC:
Coronavirus: Pastor who decried ‘hysteria’ dies after attending Mardi Gras  —  Pastor Landon Spradlin wasn't worried about coronavirus when we went to New Orleans to preach during Mardi Gras.  A month later he was dead.  —  “He loved to laugh.  He loved to play guitar.
Discussion: Informed Comment
New York Times:
He Led a Top Navy Ship.  Now He Sits in Quarantine, Fired and Infected.  —  Colleagues say the downfall of Captain Brett E. Crozier was charging headlong into the Trump administration's narrative that it had everything in the coronavirus pandemic under control.
RELATED:
David Ignatius / Washington Post:
Acting Navy chief fired Crozier for ‘panicking’ — and before Trump could intervene
Wall Street Journal:   Aboard the USS Roosevelt, Sailors Braced for the Worst
Charles Sykes / The Bulwark:
Tuesday's Wisconsin Election Is Our Future  —  Chaos.  A public health disaster.  And partisan trench warfare, too.  —  Normally, there are around 180 polling places in the city of Milwaukee, serving roughly 300,000 registered voters.  Unless there is a drastic, last minute change in plans …
RELATED:
NBC News:
Wisconsin's election clash is a warning for November
Discussion: New York Times and Vox
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Trump vs. Biden on coronavirus: The timeline is utterly damning  —  We're now learning that President Trump's efforts to promote an anti-malarial drug for use against the coronavirus is causing internal administration tensions.  Anthony Fauci, the administration's own leading expert …
L. Brent Bozell III / Washington Times:
How the liberal media weaponizes COVID-19 against Trump  —  ‘Coronavirus now, politics later — please’  —  ANALYSIS/OPINION:  —  America faces an existential threat from the COVID-19 virus, but our response is made needlessly more difficult because a partisan media has weaponized the virus as a cudgel against the president.
RELATED:
Sharyl Attkisson / Just The News:   News media, liberals mock conservatives for early pandemic comments they made themselves
New York Times:
As School Moves Online, Many Students Stay Logged Out  —  Teachers at some schools across the country report that less than half of their students are participating in online learning.  —  Chronic absenteeism is a problem in American education during the best of times, but now …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
NBC News:
Government watchdog: Hospitals face severe shortages of medical gear, confusing guidance from government  —  An internal government report found that one hospital was so short of thermometers it could screen staff and patients for coronavirus only at random.  —  Government watchdog: Hospitals face severe shortages of medical gear
Discussion: Raw Story
New York Times:
U.S. Will Give Terrorist Label to White Supremacist Group for First Time  —  The designation of the Russian Imperial Movement reflects growing concerns among U.S. officials about violent white supremacists with transnational links.  —  WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is expected …
Eli Saslow / Washington Post:
'You're basically right next to the nuclear reactor.' … I could be the last person some of these patients ever see, or the last voice they hear.  A lot of people will never come off the ventilator.  That's the reality of this virus.  I force myself to think about that for a few seconds each …
The Daily Beast:
Trump Eyes Accused ‘Quack’ Dr. Oz for Coronavirus Advice  —  The president can't stop talking about an unproven COVID-19 treatment — the same one the oft-critized TV doctor keeps pushing and pushing.  —  As the global pandemic and a staggering economic crisis swells, Dr. Mehmet Oz …
Discussion: The Week, Raw Story and Reuters
Joel Hay / National Review:
Has Sweden Found the Right Solution to the Coronavirus?  —  Unlike other countries, it has so far avoided both isolation and economic ruin.  —  If the COVID-19 pandemic tails off in a few weeks, months before the alarmists claim it will, they will probably pivot immediately and pat themselves …
Associated Press:
Trump sees limits of presidency in avoiding blame for virus  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is confronting the most dangerous crisis a U.S. leader has faced this century as the coronavirus spreads and a once-vibrant economy falters.  As the turmoil deepens …
Fortune:
5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory spurs rash of telecom tower arson fires  —  Telecom masts that enable the next generation of wireless communication were set on fire in the U.K. in recent days, apparently by people motivated by a theory that the tech helps spread the coronavirus.  Investors are taking note.
Jenna Ellis / The Federalist:
Why It's Unconstitutional To Keep Grocery Stores Open While Closing Churches  —  It's a dangerous precedent that government could consider itself the arbiter of private essential services.  —  In response to the Wuhan coronavirus, state governors and local leaders have issued wide-ranging …
Manuel Roig-Franzia / Washington Post:
The young and eventful Senate career of wealthy Georgia businesswoman Kelly Loeffler  —  The young and eventful Senate career of Kelly Loeffler, a wealthy Georgia business executive and political neophyte, was born in a maelstrom and was barely three months old when it entered another.
Discussion: Daily Kos
The Guardian:
Boris Johnson admitted to hospital with coronavirus  —  Move follows rumours that prime minister's condition had been worsening  —  Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital with coronavirus after suffering persistent symptoms for 10 days.  —  Downing Street insisted it was just a precautionary measure …
Jeff Stein / Washington Post:
Americans hit by economic shocks as confusion, stumbles undermine Trump's stimulus effort  —  Small-business program gets off to rocky start and White House makes hard pivot on $1,200 checks as enormity of task swamps administration  —  The Trump administration has stumbled in its initial push …
Ben Smith / New York Times:
Americans Don't Trust the Media Anymore.  So Why Do They Trust the Cuomos?  —  CNN once prevented Chris Cuomo from interviewing his brother on the air.  But that all changed with the arrival of the coronavirus, and now it's changing television, too.  —  At the end of 2013 …
Wall Street Journal:
Coronavirus Cases Rise Sharply, as U.S. Braces for Most Challenging Days Ahead  —  U.S. adds more than 33,000 cases; British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hospitalized after suffering persistent symptoms of Covid-19  —  Health officials warned Americans to brace for a pivotal week …
Aaron E. Carroll / New York Times:
How Will We Know When It's Time to Reopen the Nation?  —  Experts offer four benchmarks that can serve as a guide for cities and states, eliminating some of the guesswork.  —  Everyone wants to know when we are going to be able to leave our homes and reopen the United States.  That's the wrong way to frame it.
Discussion: CNN
Donna Ladd / Jackson Free Press:
SCV: Gov. Tate Reeves Proclaimed ‘Confederate Heritage Month’ on April 3 … As coronavirus spiked across the state, the Mississippi Sons of Confederate Veterans posted a copy of an April 3 state proclamation naming this month as “Confederate Heritage Month.”
Jim Tankersley / New York Times:
U.S. Is Nowhere Close to Reopening the Economy, Experts Say  —  Here's what economists say the United States needs to start returning to normal amid the coronavirus outbreak — and how the economy can survive in the meantime.  —  WASHINGTON — How long can we keep this up?
Discussion: Washington Post
 
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of memeorandum at 11:05 AM ET, April 6, 2020.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 See Also: 
memeorandum: site main
memeorandum River: reverse chronological memeorandum
memeorandum Mobile: for phones
memeorandum Leaderboard: memeorandum's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
memeorandum RSS feed
memeorandum on Twitter
 
 
 More Items: 
Lloyd Green / The Guardian:
‘Trump is killing his own supporters’ - even White House insiders know it
Discussion: Raw Story and The Daily Beast
Jonathan Capehart / Washington Post:
Susan Rice on Trump's coronavirus response: ‘He has cost tens of thousands of American lives’
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA and Raw Story
Adam Goodman / The Daily Caller:
President Trump Is Taking The Lead In The Campaign To Save America
Jennifer Senior / New York Times:
Donald Trump the Narcissist Is Running the Coronavirus Crisis
Greg Jaffe / Washington Post:
A Michigan congresswoman, a guy in line in China and a global scramble to find N95 masks
Josh Kraushaar / National Journal:
Evaluating the Biden veepstakes
Discussion: Instapundit
Politico:
Marco Rubio finds his next act
 Earlier Items: 
Ally Mutnick / Politico:
Pelosi-aligned super PAC books $51M in fall ads
Detroit News:
Whitmer must make Michigan her priority
Discussion: Fox News
Politico:
Dems find a rallying cry: Trump tanked the economy
New York Post:
Trump admin weighs legal action over alleged Chinese hoarding of PPE
David Remnick / New Yorker:
New York City in the Coronavirus Pandemic
Carlos Barria / Reuters:
Louisiana church holds services, defying coronavirus stay-at-home order
Discussion: The Daily Caller, HuffPost and The Hill
Ryan Van Velzer / 89.3 WFPL News Louisville:
Federal Government Outbids Kentucky For Medical Equipment Amid Shortage