South Korea and the United States recorded their first cases of COVID-19 on the same day. Yesterday, South Korea recorded 63 new cases. The USA recorded more than 52,000!
If I was advising our President I would tell him that, unless he wants the history books to name the pandemic after him, he should immediately begin wearing a mask to set a good example for the American people. Sadly, I do not think he is capable of doing so.
Remember when you filed a lawsuit against Hillary, over 4 American deaths in Benghazi?
You were outraged.
130,000 Americans have died from COVID.
How would you rate Trump's response?
— Chip Franklin (@chipfranklin) July 5, 2020
This is what Trump said in March. Now there's over 2.8 million cases & over 132,500 deaths. That's in just 5 months. He didn't take it seriously & now millions have paid for it. #TrumpVirus #TrumpHasNoCredibility #TrumpDeathToll132K pic.twitter.com/QtNKURQ4jV
— Mark Faerber (@faerber_mark) July 6, 2020
On a brighter note, today will be hot and humid with a chance of a thunderstorm. Last night’s rainfall total was .93 of an inch. It has been quite awhile since we were treated to thunder and lightning for most of the night. A few storms are lingering on southern Delmarva this morning.
Invest #98L over Macon, GA will schlep its way to the southeast coast then northward as it will garner our attention for the rest of the week. Don't "expect" anything substantial here, but certainly can't rule out some soaking rain for the Cape's of Hatteras and Cod. pic.twitter.com/NdUd2gFYqb
— Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) July 7, 2020