Twitter warns the president for giving “misleading information” by saying he is “immune” to covid | The White House doctor confirms that the president is no longer contagious
The Senate Judiciary Committee inaugurated the confirmation hearings of conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s candidate for the Supreme Court. The Senate, with a Republican majority, is expected to confirm Coney Barrett after four days of interrogations of the president’s nominee after the death of the liberal judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month. The process has been strongly criticized by the Democrats who consider that it would be necessary to wait until elections are held to carry out this process that could change the ideological sign of the highest US court.
Over the weekend, the president said in a tweet that he is “immune” to the coronavirus. In response to his message, the social network again issued a warning to the president for giving “misleading information,” the second in just a week after that he made the same observation for a tweet in which he compared the coronavirus to a flu. Trump, who will travel to Sandford (Florida) on Monday for his first event outside of Washington after catching Covid-19, held an event this Saturday in the White House before his latest medical report claimed that he was no longer contagious, Biden has also used the social network to describe Trump’s management of the pandemic as “shameful”.
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