Trump Spent the Weekend Tweeting Wild Conspiracy Theories While Nearly 5,000 Americans Died of Coronavirus - 2020-05-04

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F0.png Trump Spent the Weekend Tweeting Wild Conspiracy Theories While Nearly 5,000 Americans Died of Coronavirus May 4, 2020, Paul Blest, Vice News

On Monday morning, Trump fired off a shot at MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and co-host/wife Mika Brzezinski, saying Florida should "open up a long overdue Florida Cold Case" against Scarborough over the 2001 death of one of the employees in then-Congressman Scarborough's district office.

The death of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis was ruled an accident; the coroner said she had an undiagnosed heart condition that caused her to pass out, and she hit her head when she fell, causing a fatal blood clot to the brain. But this isn't the first time Trump has implied his former friend had something to do with Klausutis' death.

Aside from casually implying that Scarborough killed someone, over the weekend Trump gorged on positive news about himself, wrote highly questionable retweets, and attacked opponents in politics and the media. After tweeting that he had 96% support from Republicans in the latest Gallup poll (it was 93%, but who's counting), he retweeted an account called SexCounseling that asked: Why not 100%?

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{{cite news | first = Paul | last = Blest | title = Trump Spent the Weekend Tweeting Wild Conspiracy Theories While Nearly 5,000 Americans Died of Coronavirus | url = https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/jgeyy3/trump-spent-this-weekend-tweeting-wild-conspiracy-theories-while-nearly-5000-americans-died-of-coronavirus | work = Vice News | date = May 4, 2020 | accessdate = May 6, 2020 }}