Liveblog - In case you missed it: Headlines 12/02/20

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With so many crazy things happening, sometimes things fall through the cracks.  Here are some headlines that may be worth discussing.

So Trump took his clown show to Facebook:

The full video is available on Facebook.
Politifact:
  • Romney blasts Trump’s (lack of) leadership

    Republican Sen. Mitt Romney on Thursday blasted President Donald Trump’s leadership — or lack thereof — during the deadly coronavirus pandemic as “a great human tragedy.”

    “Well, this hasn’t been the focus of his rhetoric, apparently, and I think it’s a great human tragedy, without question,” Romney told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on “The Situation Room” when asked where Trump’s leadership is as the President focuses on other issues amid the worsening pandemic.
    “The extraordinary loss of life is heartbreaking — and in some respects unnecessary. Not all respects, but we’ve relaxed our standards as individuals,” added Romney, who represents Utah. “Some states haven’t had mask mandates, and from Washington we have not had a constant, consistent plan and plea for people to wear masks, to social-distance, to take all the measures that would reduce the spread of this disease.”
  • Fox News Juan Williams tests positive for COVID-19

    Juan Williams, co-host of the Fox News afternoon talk show “The Five,” has tested positive for COVID-19, the television personality confirmed with The Hill. 

  • Sure, Rudy

  • Another one bites the dust

    Alyssa Farah has resigned from her role as the White House communications director.

    In a statement, Farah said she will be “leaving the White House to pursue new opportunities.”
    “It’s been the honor of a lifetime to serve in the Trump administration over the last three and a half years,” the statement said.

    CNN:

  • Congress is actually working on a COVID-19 relief package

    Lawmakers are growing optimistic about a coronavirus relief deal, as party leaders converged Thursday on a price tag after months of stalemate gave way to meaningful negotiations.

    NBC:

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