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    Former campaign manager Brad Parscale said President Trump needed to show empathy during the coronavirus crisis and fears his failure to do so may have cost him a second term. “When you're president, you tell a story. Americans want storytelling," Parscale said in an interview with the Washington Examiner. "Tell the story of what they are. Tell them that you’ll be there for them in the bad times." Trump, with an eye toward November, continued to tout his administration’s historic successes on employment and the economy even as efforts to slow the spread of the virus closed down businesses, cost jobs, and sparked a recession. Had the president shown greater empathy, “he would have been the hero," said Parscale, who said he doesn't mean this to be a knock against Trump. “I actually really like him as a person. Really like him," Parscale emphasized, "but the problem is the...
    LOS ANGELES -- Amanda Kloots, widow of the late Broadway star Nick Cordero who died from COVID-19, posted a passionate message on her Instagram about comments President Donald Trump made about COVID-19."Not everyone's lucky enough to walk out of the hospital after two days," Kloots said. "We saw what this disease can do, so guess what? We are afraid. We are. I still am."Trump was hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center over the weekend after being diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday. On Monday when he was released from the hospital, he tweeted, "Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!"Cordero -- a physically fit 41-year-old -- contracted the disease, ended up on a ventilator, lost a leg and eventually died. He spent 95...
    MINSK, Belarus (AP) — Behind each protester in Belarus is a surprising story of awakening. A police officer who quit his job, ashamed of violence by his colleagues. A paramedic who treated victims of that brutality, wielding white roses in response. An actor using his theater as backdrop for revolt, ready to sabotage his career to seek a freer nation. Holding signs or personal tokens of resistance, they described their fears and hopes to The Associated Press, after nearly two weeks of protests against President Alexander Lukashenko’s 26-year rule. Tatyana, a 29-year-old paramedic, joined the protests after treating those wounded when police tried to stifle demonstrations on the night of presidential elections Aug. 9. “Despite what they were subjected to, (protesters) didn’t respond with violence,” she said, holding her roses and pointing to children mixed in among the protesting crowds as a sign of hope that they will remain peaceful....
    MINSK, Belarus (AP) — Behind each protester in Belarus is a surprising story of awakening. A police officer who quit his job, ashamed of violence by his colleagues. A paramedic who treated victims of that brutality, wielding white roses in response. An actor using his theater as backdrop for revolt, ready to sabotage his career to seek a freer nation. Holding signs or personal tokens of resistance, they described their fears and hopes to The Associated Press, after nearly two weeks of protests against President Alexander Lukashenko’s 26-year rule. Tatyana, a 29-year-old paramedic, joined the protests after treating those wounded when police tried to stifle demonstrations on the night of presidential elections Aug. 9. “Despite what they were subjected to, (protesters) didn’t respond with violence,” she said, holding her roses and pointing to children mixed in among the protesting crowds as a sign of hope that they will remain peaceful....
    The Democratic National Convention is targeting blue-collar and rural workers in the Midwest after alienating them in 2016, Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt argued Wednesday. "You know, the question that matters most in every election, when you get down to it ... is [whether] this person cares about people like me," Stirewalt told "Bill Hemmer Reports." SANDERS WARNS BIDEN MUST DO MORE TO WOO WORKING CLASS "Hillary Clinton lost on that question to Donald Trump," he explained. Now, Stirewalt added, Democrats are determined "not to lose on that question again by [claiming] empathy, empathy, empathy, empathy, empathy." Empathy was a theme during the first night of the four-day convention, during which former first lady Michelle Obama accused the Trump White House of operating in "chaos" and without "empathy" as she urged voters to cast their ballots for Joe Biden. VideoDemocrats, hoping to resonate with the blue-collar base, argue that "Joe Biden is a blue-collar guy from a Rust Belt state and that he cares about working...
    NEW YORK – Kim Kardashian West is asking the public to show compassion and empathy to husband Kanye West, who caused a stir this week after fulminating in a series of social media posts. She says he is bipolar. The reality TV star and beauty mogul posted a lengthy message Wednesday on her Instagram Live feed, explaining that life has been complicated for her family and West, who ranted against historical figure Harriet Tubman and discussed abortion on Sunday while he declared himself a presidential candidate. His comments earned him backlash. “As many of you know, Kanye has bi-polar disorder. Anyone who has this or has a loved one in their life who does, knows how incredibly complicated and painful it is to understand. I’ve never spoken publicly about how this has affected us at home because I am very protective of our children and Kanye’s right to privacy when...
    Senate Finance Committee chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Wednesday said that despite polling, he thinks President Donald Trump was in a good position to get reelected in 2020. Grassley during Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto” urged Trump to focus on the American people rather than himself if he wants to defeat presumptive 2020 Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden. He also called on the president to show more “empathy” if he wants to improve in the polls. “I think that he’s in about the same position he was four years ago from the standpoint of what the polls show, and then you know the polls were wrong,” Grassley advised. “But let me give you an example: 124 days until the election. This election’s about the future. It’s about 329 million Americans. It’s not about one American, just Trump, and as long as Trump keeps it on what he wants...
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