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On Wednesday Feb 26, in front of a packed White House briefing room, President Trump told the country there were only 15 cases of coronavirus in the US, and “within a couple days [it is] going to be down to close to zero.”
“he said the country would be doing well if it “can hold” the number of deaths “down to 100,000.” ”It’s a horrible number,” Trump said, but added: “We all together have done a very good job.”



have to find somewhere else to get the grandkids Easter and the little one birthday and I better get it done soon! lol


Sad news from Michigan


State Rep. Isaac Robinson, D-Detroit, died Sunday morning at Detroit Medical Center Hospital of a suspected coronavirus infection.

House Minority Leader Chris Greig, D-Farmington Hills, said she spoke with Robinson on Thursday night and he told her he hadn’t been feeling well.

“But he was pretty stubborn,” she said, and didn’t go to the hospital until Sunday. “I spoke with (his mother) Rose Mary tonight and she’s in shock and she told me she believes it was COVID-19.”

Robinson, 44, was a frequent participant in protests over everything from water shutoffs, air quality and working conditions of everyday Detroiters.

About two weeks before his death, Robinson and state Rep. Brenda Carter, D-Pontiac, accompanied by a laid-off casino worker and a Wayne State University student, called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to institute a statewide ban on all utility shut-offs and evictions amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Anytime Isaac spoke, anytime he was working on something, it was with a huge passion and focus on making lives better for Detroiters,” Greig said. “It’s just heartbreaking for our caucus, the city and the state.”

Whitmer said Robinson had “a huge heart, a quick wit, and a genuine passion for the people.”

“He was a fierce advocate for Detroiters and people across Southeast Michigan,” she said in a statement. “He dedicated his career to ensuring justice and security for those he served, and the impact he had on his community will continue to be felt for years to come.”




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