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Disinfecting Guidelines Released By White House In The Wake Of Controversy Over Trump Comments

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The media seems hellbent on taking anything and everything President Trump says and twisting it around so that it becomes some sort of controversy they can use to point out how incompetent our commander-in-chief is in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, hoping beyond hope that this particular crisis will help them push Biden — who is facing serious sexual assault allegations right now — to victory in the 2020 election.

One of the biggest and most ridiculous instances of this behavior is the whole “disinfect the body” nonsense that the media turned into a big deal. In light of President Trump’s comments and the hoopla surrounding them, the White House has dropped some guidelines for disinfecting so that people apparently know not to consume disinfectant or something of that nature.

Here’s more on this from The Washington Examiner:

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The new guidance, released Wednesday by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, calls on people to clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, countertops, phones, toilets, and sinks at least daily.

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Other areas, though, don’t need to be disinfected before they reopen. For example, businesses, schools, and other public spaces that haven’t been occupied for more than seven days only need to undergo routine cleaning, because the coronavirus hasn’t been found to survive on surfaces longer than a week, according to the guidance shared with the Washington Examiner.

The EPA and the CDC also say outdoor spaces generally only need to be cleaned. Using disinfectant on sidewalks and in parks isn’t an “efficient use” of supplies and hasn’t been proven to reduce the risk of the virus spreading, the agencies say.

Andrew Wheeler, an administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, recently spoke of the guidelines saying, “These guidelines will provide all Americans with information they need to help the country reopen as safely as possible.”

The EPA is the agency that is in charge of giving approval to various products that are being used as disinfectants against the COVID-19 virus. As soon as this crisis kicked off, the EPA has worked to speed up the approval process in order to get products out to folks at a faster rate. The approval process was whittled down to a two-week period according to the agency. There are now 350 products on the approved list.

For those who might not be able to gain access to these disinfectant products, the EPA recommends using one-third cup of bleach added into a gallon of water. When dealing with these powerful disinfectants, the EPA says to use gloves and other assorted protective equipment.

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Donald Trump Is Already ‘Planning for the Next Administration’ — VIDEO

2024 will be here before you know it…

John Salvatore

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If Donald Trump again runs for president in 2024 AND if he becomes the Republican Party nominee, you’d have to imagine there’s little chance he would “lose” an election twice in a row. If Trump becomes president on January 20, 2025, who comes with him as a member of his cabinet? Pompeo, most likely. Carson would be probable. But you’d have to think Haley, Pence, and a few other big names from the first term wouldn’t even get a phone call. Appearing on Hannity on Friday night, Mark Meadows, former Congressman and chief of staff, dropped a bomb. Meadows said, “What we will see on Sunday is we will see the start of planning for the next administration. And I can tell you, the people that are at the top of that list, all of them have Trump as their last name.” WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaSCFIcgR7M&feature=emb_title And here’s your daily dose of random noise from Twitter… https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1365477701767823361 https://twitter.com/trscoop/status/1365479675506659332 https://twitter.com/realDailyWire/status/1365486571978301442 https://twitter.com/TMZ/status/1365496943225556994

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Trump to Start New Political Action Committee — Corey Lewandowski to Head It Up

He’s still top dog!

John Salvatore

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The world has long been waiting to see what’s next for Donald Trump. The former President has been largely laying low down at Mar-a-Lago these past few weeks, with only a few quick statements having been disseminated by those around him. His Twitter account remains suspended, which could be one reason for the lack of controversy he’s spawned these days. Now, with a major CPAC speech leering imminently over the horizon, The Don is making some moves. From Fox News: Former President Trump is starting up a new political action committee and is eyeing longtime top political adviser and aide Corey Lewandowski to head up the new super PAC, multiple people with knowledge of the conversations confirmed to Fox News. The move was decided during a meeting late last week at Trump’s south Florida residence at Mar-a-Lago when the former president gathered with his political team. The group included 2020 campaign managers Bill Stepien and Brad Parscale, senior adviser Jason Miller, former White House social media director Dan Scavino, and Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. CONTINUED: Sources familiar with the meeting shared that a number of Trump’s post-presidency political activities were discussed and added that plans to start up the PAC were not finalized. “MAGA supporters and candidates supporting President Trump’s America First agenda are going to be impressed with the political operation being built out here,” Miller said. “We expect formal announcements of the full team in the coming weeks, which will include some very talented operatives not yet named.” The move will likely solidify Trump’s influence over the Republican Party – something that moderates and Democrats alike still fear.

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