Nick Puckett writing for Colorado Community Media
Arellano said she was not concerned at all by the fact no customers wore masks or chose to social distance themselves. Arellano said she did not believe the crowd of people in her business was a public health hazard.
“We in the service industry have been taking precautions for years… We wash and sanitize everything anyway...
"People are piling into (retailers). So right now, I don't really see the difference. And we're human… I know a lot of things are ran by fear. I don't have that fear."
This is nuts!
Aaron Rupar writing for Vox
Later, when Fox News reporter Kristin Fisher attempted to ask Trump specifically about the report's finding that hospitals are working with a "severe shortage" of testing materials, Trump unloaded on her.
"You should say 'congratulations, great job,' instead of being so horrid in the way you ask a question," he said.
I don't understand how Americans put up with him. He talks more like a dictator of a developing country than an elected official in a democracy.