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11:10 AM ET, April 7, 2020

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Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
Trump Adviser Peter Navarro Warned of Coronavirus Pandemic in January  —  A memo from Peter Navarro is the most direct warning known to have circulated at a key moment among top administration officials.  —  A top White House adviser starkly warned Trump administration officials in late January …
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New York Times:
Trump's Aggressive Advocacy of Malaria Drug for Treating Coronavirus Divides Medical Community  —  While Dr. Anthony Fauci has urged caution in using hydroxychloroquine, some doctors are prescribing it to patients who have the virus despite the fact it has never been tested for it.
Axios:
Navarro memos warning of mass coronavirus death circulated in January  —  In late January, President Trump's economic adviser Peter Navarro warned his White House colleagues the novel coronavirus could take more than half a million American lives and cost close to $6 trillion, according to memos obtained by Axios.
Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: Scoop: Trump's ‘shadow coronavirus czar’ will now advise Larry Hogan  —  DRIVING THE DAY  —  TWO OF THE MOST LAUDED PUBLIC OFFICIALS during the coronavirus crisis are SCOTT GOTTLIEB and Maryland Gov. LARRY HOGAN.  —  GOTTLIEB — a former FDA commissioner under …
Discussion: The Hill
Dominique Mosbergen / HuffPost:
Trump Says ‘Nobody’ Knew Pandemic Was Coming. His Adviser Warned Of It In January.
Discussion: Raw Story
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Rebecca Shabad / NBC News:
Stephanie Grisham is out as White House press secretary, will rejoin first lady's team
Discussion: Fox News
Ian Millhiser / Vox:
The Supreme Court's disturbing order to effectively disenfranchise thousands of Wisconsin voters  —  President Donald Trump greets Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Justice Brett Kavanaugh looks on ahead of the State of the Union address on February 4.  Mario Tama/Getty Images
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
The Next Coronavirus Bill Is Democrats' Last Chance to Ensure a Fair Election
Discussion: Slate and Talking Points Memo
Andrew Langer / Townhall:
Time for the Supreme Court to ‘Reopen’
Discussion: CBS News and SCOTUSblog
Tucker Higgins / CNBC:
Supreme Court votes 5-4 to halt order extending absentee ballot deadline in Wisconsin
Discussion: Politico, Outside the Beltway and Vox
Peter Nicholas / The Atlantic:
The Real Point of Trump's Coronavirus Press Conferences  —  When she finishes her 12-hour shift in the intensive-care unit at Riverside Community Hospital, Katherine Montanino stuffs her clothes into a dirty-linen bag and swaps out her soiled shoes for a fresh pair.  Arriving home, she takes a shower before she hugs her family.
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Bill Barrow / Associated Press:
John Lewis, once Trump target, backs Joe Biden for president
Discussion: The Hill, Axios and POLITICUSUSA
Matt Viser / Washington Post:
Rep. John Lewis endorses Joe Biden's presidential bid
Discussion: IJR
Emilio Casalicchio / Politico:
Who's running Britain?  —  LONDON — With Boris Johnson in intensive care with coronavirus, someone needs to look after Britain.  —  Famed for its unwritten and bendable constitution, the U.K. does not have in its chain of command any clear instructions or precedent for what happens if the prime minister becomes incapacitated.
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BBC:
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson moved to intensive care as symptoms worsen
David Frum / The Atlantic:
This Is Trump's Fault  —  “I don't take responsibility at all,” said President Donald Trump in the Rose Garden on March 13.  Those words will probably end up as the epitaph of his presidency, the single sentence that sums it all up.  —  Trump now fancies himself a “wartime president.”
Discussion: Wired, Vox and The Gateway Pundit
Jeff Passan / ESPN:
Sources: MLB, union focused on plan that could allow season to start as early as May in Arizona  —  Major League Baseball and its players are increasingly focused on a plan that could allow them to start the season as early as May and has the support of high-ranking federal public health officials …
Public Policy Polling:
JBE Outpaces Trump by 43 Points on Virus Handling  —  PPP's newest survey in Louisiana finds John Bel Edwards running 43 points ahead of Donald Trump on his handling of the coronavirus in the state.  —  68% approve of the job Edwards is doing handling the virus to 16% who disapprove for a net rating of +52.
Caleb Ecarma / Vanity Fair:
Fox News Is Preparing to Be Sued Over Coronavirus Misinformation  —  Polls show that Trish Regan, Sean Hannity, and others successfully bamboozled viewers about coronavirus.  Now, Fox is reportedly lawyering up for a potential legal backlash.  —  Just over a week ago …
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Graham Gremore / Queerty:   Fox News is officially being sued for peddling coronavirus misinformation
New York Times:
Black Americans Face Alarming Rates of Coronavirus Infection in Some States  —  Data on race and the disease Covid-19 is too limited to draw sweeping conclusions, experts say, but disparate rates of sickness — and death — have emerged in some places.  —  In Louisiana, one of the states …
Discussion: Washington Post
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Tia Mitchell / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
David Perdue's stock trading saw an uptick as coronavirus took hold  —  U.S. Sen. David Perdue's financial portfolio saw heavy trading during the month of March, a period during which Congress passed three different spending bills to address the spread of COVID-19 and the markets took a turn for the worse.
Discussion: The Hill, VICE, Raw Story and Daily Kos
Richard Haass / Foreign Affairs:
The Pandemic Will Accelerate History Rather Than Reshape It  —  Not Every Crisis Is a Turning Point  —  We are going through what by every measure is a great crisis, so it is natural to assume that it will prove to be a turning point in modern history.  In the months since the appearance of COVID-19 …
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Trump blew it — not the WHO, Fauci or the Jews  —  One of my few pleasures during the current misery is the Zoom religious service, a weekly chance in my home to greet the Sabbath and to pray for healing.  —  But some are so sick as to be beyond the reach of prayer — and it has nothing to do with a virus.
Discussion: The Times of Israel
Matthew Herper / STAT:
The U.S. gets a D- in the coronavirus fight.  That stands for ‘disorganization,’ and it's fixable  —  NEW YORK — Leora Horwitz has seen other disasters.  Now the director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Delivery Science at New York University Langone Medical Center …
Discussion: Raw Story
Anna Fifield / Washington Post:
New Zealand isn't just flattening the curve.  It's squashing it.  —  HAVELOCK NORTH, New Zealand — It's been less than two weeks since New Zealand imposed a coronavirus lockdown so strict that swimming at the beach and hunting in bushland were banned.  They're not essential activities …
Discussion: Fox News
Associated Press:
Modeling coronavirus: ‘Uncertainty is the only certainty’  —  SEATTLE (AP) — A statistical model cited by the White House generated a slightly less grim figure Monday for a first wave of deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. — a projection designed to help officials plan for the worst …
New York Times:
How a Ship's Coronavirus Outbreak Became a Moral Crisis for the Military  —  In a profanity-laced reprimand, the acting Navy secretary criticized sailors aboard the Theodore Roosevelt for cheering their fired captain, who had requested more assistance to fight the infection.
Gabriel Schoenfeld / The Bulwark:
The Coronavirus Truther Elite  —  New York intellectuals provided an elevated rationale for disregarding measures like social distancing that could have saved lives.  —  As the Coronavirus spreads, the ranks of the dead in New York City continue to grow.  As of this writing, thousands have already perished.
Allan Sloan / Stamford Advocate:
U.S. airlines want a $50 billion bailout.  They spent $45 billion buying back their stock.  —  We don't know yet which companies are going to get how much in federal bailout money and what the bailout terms will be.  —  But it's a sure bet that a ton of money will be earmarked …
Paul Egan / Detroit Free Press:
Detroit rep says hydroxychloroquine, Trump helped save her life amid COVID-19 fight  —  LANSING - A Democratic state representative from Detroit is crediting hydroxychloroquine — and Republican President Donald Trump who touted the drug — for saving her in her battle with the coronavirus.
Liam Stack / New York Times:
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Including Crypt, Will Become a Hospital  —  The Manhattan church, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, will be able to care for at least 200 patients during the coronavirus outbreak.  —  The vast interior of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine …
Discussion: The Hill
James Hamblin / The Atlantic:
Why Does the President Keep Pushing a Malaria Drug?  —  Editor's Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers.  Find the collection here.  —  Two weeks ago, French doctors published a provocative observation in a microbiology journal.
Lisa Friedman / New York Times:
New Research Links Air Pollution to Higher Coronavirus Death Rates  —  WASHINGTON — Coronavirus patients in areas that had high levels of air pollution before the pandemic are far more likely to die from the infection than patients in cleaner parts of the country, according to a new nationwide study …
Discussion: Gothamist
 
 
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