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[1]  Your administration’s callous , unplanned and ignorant attitude toward the Corona Virus has put  the health and wealth of our people and of our nation at risk . Now, even your president is in Hospital, you cant  wash it away, like u have been doing it fr much of the year. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS HAVE DIED AND MILLIONS ARE UN EMPLOYED. Not everyone has access to Helicopter and walter reed.

[2] This is really shameful This is unprecedented, the president of the united states, refused to condemn white supremacists . I dont believe in debating such issues. – This is not a debatable point. topic or issue

[3] Mike u can say all u want, u can twist, it spin it your wy BUT U SAID – THE WORD AIRTIGHT – in reference to Corona VIRUS RESPONSE.

DID U ALSO SAY THIS MIKE ?

I GUESS IN THIS BUSINESS AS U SAID, U – NOT WE – BUT U SHAKE HANDS AND PUT YUR PRESIDNET IN THE HOSPITAL, LIKE WEVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE

 

OF COURSE THERE ARE OTHER ISSUES, LIKE GUN CONTROL, SUPREME COURT, SCIAL SECURITY  MEDICARE, MEDICAID AND MANY OTHERS, WHERE WE HAVE DIFEERENCES, AND WE CND EBATE, BUT THE FACTTHAT YUR ADMINISTRATON HAS FAIELD T PRETCT – UR HEALTH AND OUR WEALTH – IS ON U – AND ISNT A DEBATABLE POINT MIKE. AND I UNDERSTAND YOU  AND YUR ADMINUSTARTION – HAVE TRIED VERY HARD TO CHNAGE THE SUCJECT, R DWN PLAY IT – OR EVEN CALL  IT A HOAX

THAT IS ALL.. RST IS –  STANDARD, GOP VERSUS DNC –  ITEMS –

Trump doing ‘very well’ say doctors, but insiders offer deeply worrying pictureThe Times of Israelhome page ‘NEXT 48 HOURS CRITICAL,’ UNNAMED OFFICIAL TELLS PRESS Trump doing ‘very well’ say doctors, but insiders offer deeply worrying picture Sources tell media Trump’s ‘vitals over last 24 hours were very concerning’; his physicians say he is ‘in exceptionally good spirits,’ isn’t on oxygen or having breathing issues By TOI STAFF and AGENCIES Today, 7:28 pm 2 1,333 shares White House physician Sean Conley, with medical staff, gives an update on the condition of US President Donald Trump, on October 3, 2020, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland (Brendan Smialowski / AFP) White House physician Sean Conley, with medical staff, gives an update on the condition of US President Donald Trump, on October 3, 2020, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland (Brendan Smialowski / AFP) US President Donald Trump has been breathing well on his own and is not receiving supplementary oxygen in his hospital treatment for COVID-19, his medical team at Walter Reed Medical Center outside Washington said on Saturday. By contrast, however, reporters were given an off-record briefing soon after in which a person familiar with Trump’s health said: “The president’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care… We’re still not on a clear path to a full recovery.” The New York Times also quoted two people close to the White House saying the president had trouble breathing on Friday and that doctors had to give him supplemental oxygen before it was decided to transfer him to Walter Reed. Get The Times of Israel’s Daily Edition by email and never miss our top storiesFREE SIGN UP Trump’s physician, Navy Commander Dr. Sean Conley, said during a press conference Saturday: “We have monitored his cardiac function, his kidney function, liver function. All of those are normal.” “And the president this morning is not on oxygen, not having difficulty breathing or walking around the White House medical unit upstairs.” Conley said Trump was doing “very well,” was up and about. He said the president had not had a fever in the past 24 hours. “He’s in exceptionally good spirits,” said another doctor, Sean Dooley. US President Donald Trump walks from Marine One after arriving on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, October 1, 2020, following campaign events in New Jersey (SAUL LOEB / AFP) While Conley said the president is not currently on oxygen, he refused to say whether the president had ever been on oxygen, despite repeated questioning. 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With Trump, who is trailing in the polls, knocked off the campaign trail for treatment — possibly for many days — his campaign plans were in disarray ahead of a potentially messy election on November 3. US President Donald Trump boards Marine One as he leaves the White House to go to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Among the unknowns were the prospects for two remaining presidential debates and whether the president will have to yield power temporarily to Vice President Mike Pence if his condition worsens. “Going well, I think! Thank you to all. Love!!!” Trump said in his first tweet from the hospital late Friday. He had walked out of the White House under his own power — and wearing a mask, which is rare for the world’s most prominent pandemic skeptic — to be taken to the hospital. 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At least seven people who attended have now tested positive, including Trump, US First Lady Melania Trump, Conway, Tillis, Lee and University of Notre Dame President John Jenkins. Attorney General William Barr speaks with Kellyanne Conway after US President Donald Trump announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee to the Supreme Court, in the Rose Garden at the White House, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) These are uncharted waters for the US election with Trump — who is well behind his Democratic opponent Joe Biden in the polls — having to freeze much of his campaign. Biden now finds himself alone on the campaign trail — and able to argue that his more cautious approach to COVID-19 has been vindicated. Biden has made Trump’s frequent downplaying of the pandemic and mixed messaging on mask-wearing a central campaign theme, while Trump has tried to shift the narrative to areas where he feels stronger, like the economy. 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Trump met with dozens of people through the week and reportedly went to a fundraiser in New Jersey after it was known that Hicks had contracted the virus. Vice President Mike Pence and other senior figures tested negative. The White House said Coney Barrett was negative too. Is our work important to you? Does The Times of Israel give you valuable insight into Israel and the Jewish world? If so, please join The Times of Israel Community. For as little as $6/month, you will: Support our independent journalism; Enjoy an ad-free experience on the ToI site, apps and emails; and Unlock exclusive content shared only with the ToI Community, like our new Behind the Headlines interview series with thought leaders, and weekly letters from founding editor David Horovitz. JOIN THE TIMES OF ISRAEL COMMUNITY Already a member? 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How rabbi’s social distancing edict saved his community from pandemic… in 1831 Nearly 200 years before the COVID-19 crisis, Rabbi Akiva Eger worked with medical experts and government authorities to help thwart a cholera outbreak, ultimately saving thousands Rabbi Akiva Eger (Wikipedia) PITTSBURGH JEWISH CHRONICLE — In the midst of a 19th-century global pandemic, one rabbi advocated for a High Holiday season of social distancing, abbreviated services, reduced singing, and absolute transparency regarding one’s health prior to entering a synagogue. Rabbi Akiva Eger, before disseminating the communal edicts, worked in concert with medical experts and local governmental authorities. Ultimately, having successfully spared the lives of thousands, the rabbi was heralded. When a representative of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, knocked on his door on September 5, 1831, it was the Sabbath. The representative opened an officially sealed document and read aloud the royally signed letter. For his efforts in combating the rages of cholera, Eger, a master Talmudist and community titan who represented more than 60,000 Jews in the city of Poznań, had been venerated. The cholera pandemic would last another six years and kill approximately 250,000 people across Asia, Europe, and the Americas, but Eger’s work likely prevented thousands of deaths, embodying the biblical principle of “v’chai bahem,” that Jewish law demands vitality. Get The Times of Israel’s Daily Edition by email and never miss our top storiesFREE SIGN UP Nearly 200 years after those efforts, as more than 1,000,000 people have died worldwide due to COVID-19, Eger’s great-great-great-great-grandson, Rabbi Shimon Silver of Young Israel of Pittsburgh, translated into English his ancestor’s written regulations, warnings, and general rules of conduct, and submitted the work for inclusion in a High Holidays pamphlet published by the Kollel Jewish Learning Center. Originally written in German, then translated into Hebrew almost 50 years ago by Rabbi Nosson Gestetner, the material is notable for several reasons, explained Silver. Despite writing in German, Eger engaged in code-switching: Whenever referencing a synagogue, Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur, he printed those words in Hebrew for emphasis. Eger also urged people to be honest as to whether they were experiencing symptoms of cholera. Rabbi Akiva Eger Square, in front of the New Synagogue in Poznan. (Wikimedia commons/ CC-SA-4.0/ MOs810) “I think there’s a certain commonality between what happened then and what’s happening now,” Silver said. “It’s an old thing. People don’t want to stay home. They don’t want to tell anybody about their condition. They don’t want the restrictions. That’s part of what he was dealing with, and what he was commended for.” Eger also was dealing with a densely populated city where Jews, who were working largely as peddlers, shoemakers and in metal trades, were living in close quarters, explained Yoni Zisook, a doctoral candidate at City University of New York and a visiting researcher at Hebrew University’s Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry. Even before the cholera outbreak, it was recognized that Poznań was overpopulated, and there were various efforts to encourage people to move to nearby cities and towns. So, when Eger responded to the reality that disease can rapidly spread in a tightly packed area, the residents accepted the directives, said Zisook, who conducted research in Poznań in 2018 as a fellow at the European University Viadrina. Jennifer Rudin, a Pittsburgh-based infectious disease doctor, spent Rosh Hashanah reading Silver’s translation of Eger’s guidelines. “There was a sensitivity to the community, to the community’s needs, and to doing whatever was needed to preserve life,” said Rudin. “As I read it, it was so overwhelming to me that the rabbi, under the needs of the people and the devastation that this cholera epidemic was causing, was so capable of giving direction and informing others what was proper to do to save their lives.”

Rabbi Akiva Eger (Wikipedia)

Rabbi Akiva Eger (Wikipedia)

PITTSBURGH JEWISH CHRONICLE — In the midst of a 19th-century global pandemic, one rabbi advocated for a High Holiday season of social distancing, abbreviated services, reduced singing, and absolute transparency regarding one’s health prior to entering a synagogue. Rabbi Akiva Eger, before disseminating the communal edicts, worked in concert with medical experts and local governmental authorities.

Ultimately, having successfully spared the lives of thousands, the rabbi was heralded. When a representative of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, knocked on his door on September 5, 1831, it was the Sabbath. The representative opened an officially sealed document and read aloud the royally signed letter. For his efforts in combating the rages of cholera, Eger, a master Talmudist and community titan who represented more than 60,000 Jews in the city of Poznań, had been venerated.

The cholera pandemic would last another six years and kill approximately 250,000 people across Asia, Europe, and the Americas, but Eger’s work likely prevented thousands of deaths, embodying the biblical principle of “v’chai bahem,” that Jewish law demands vitality.

Nearly 200 years after those efforts, as more than 1,000,000 people have died worldwide due to COVID-19, Eger’s great-great-great-great-grandson, Rabbi Shimon Silver of Young Israel of Pittsburgh, translated into English his ancestor’s written regulations, warnings, and general rules of conduct, and submitted the work for inclusion in a High Holidays pamphlet published by the Kollel Jewish Learning Center.

Originally written in German, then translated into Hebrew almost 50 years ago by Rabbi Nosson Gestetner, the material is notable for several reasons, explained Silver. Despite writing in German, Eger engaged in code-switching: Whenever referencing a synagogue, Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur, he printed those words in Hebrew for emphasis. Eger also urged people to be honest as to whether they were experiencing symptoms of cholera.

Rabbi Akiva Eger Square, in front of the New Synagogue in Poznan. (Wikimedia commons/ CC-SA-4.0/ MOs810)

“I think there’s a certain commonality between what happened then and what’s happening now,” Silver said. “It’s an old thing. People don’t want to stay home. They don’t want to tell anybody about their condition. They don’t want the restrictions. That’s part of what he was dealing with, and what he was commended for.”

Eger also was dealing with a densely populated city where Jews, who were working largely as peddlers, shoemakers and in metal trades, were living in close quarters, explained Yoni Zisook, a doctoral candidate at City University of New York and a visiting researcher at Hebrew University’s Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry.

Even before the cholera outbreak, it was recognized that Poznań was overpopulated, and there were various efforts to encourage people to move to nearby cities and towns. So, when Eger responded to the reality that disease can rapidly spread in a tightly packed area, the residents accepted the directives, said Zisook, who conducted research in Poznań in 2018 as a fellow at the European University Viadrina.

Jennifer Rudin, a Pittsburgh-based infectious disease doctor, spent Rosh Hashanah reading Silver’s translation of Eger’s guidelines.

“There was a sensitivity to the community, to the community’s needs, and to doing whatever was needed to preserve life,” said Rudin. “As I read it, it was so overwhelming to me that the rabbi, under the needs of the people and the devastation that this cholera epidemic was causing, was so capable of giving direction and informing others what was proper to do to save their lives.”

 

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