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The orange one was orange red, a two-tone President calling for unity as he balls out a reporter for asking a softball question he didn't like. He was asked to address the American People. You know, "The only thing we have to fear is, fear itself!" Outraged that anyone dare disrupt his corona virus infomercial.

All is well, everything is okay. There are plenty of supplies, no matter what healthcare professionals or state Governors are telling you. The gaslight is lit, smokem if you got em. Secretary Azar said, they bought 200,000 swabs on the open market. Right there on the open market 200,000 swabs divided by fifty states, means Secretary Azar will ship 4,000 swabs to each and every state in the union.

The orange, red President was combative, we inherited a broken outdated system that wasn't designed for this and we called it a hoax and a Democratic ploy. It's not our fault, it's not our fault, It's not our fault! We can't all be South Korea, now can we? We deserve more credit! We inherited an old broken system where reporters could ask any questions they like and expect us to answer! We've have created a new system where we avoid answering any question we don't like. This is the official state truth. Accept it or go away!

Trump falls back on his reality show skills, "You're fired!" You're a terrible reporter! We're not shipping clerks and yes, we bid against the states for medical supplies. But when we find we're bidding against states we always drop out and let the state pay the higher costs.

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