President Trump on Thursday called it "ridiculous" of Twitter to add fact check labels to his tweets claiming that mail-in ballots would lead to voter fraud - and specifically singled out one of the members of the social media giant's policing team who once called the president a "racist tangerine".
Two-thirds of the 750 billion euros would be in grants financed by joint borrowing and one-third in loans. Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said on Wednesday that European Commission's proposal for a 750-billion-euro (823 billion US dollars) recovery fund is "ambitious" and "up to the challenge".
She said that it was "a bit peculiar" that Mr Biden did not wear a mask in his basement, when he was next to his wife, but that "he's wearing one outdoors when he's socially distanced". This comes after the president for months downplayed the coronavirus , comparing it to the flu, and suggested throughout the month of April that the country wouldn't reach 100,000 deaths.
After being offended by Twitter's fact-checking of a tweet he disseminated about mail-in ballots, President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to regulate social media by issuing an executive order . We saw what they attempted to do, and failed, in 2016. "We've been working to expand existing product features and policies so we can more effectively address things like this going forward, and we hope to have those changes in place shortly".
Trump also attended a sombre Monday ceremony honouring America's fallen, in Baltimore. More than 14 hours after 100,000 Americans were reported to have died from the novel coronavirus, President Donald Trump on Thursday acknowledged the death toll, calling it a "very sad milestone".
About 66% of the state's deaths involved residents of nursing and personal care homes. This comes on the heels of 17 new cases reported May 20 and and 36 new cases reported the week before that. The Michigan Department of Corrections reports 15 more new cases of the virus in prisoners serving sentences in Jackson County's various prisons.