Colorado’s leaders weigh in as Trump checks constructive for COVID

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Coloradans weighed in with a mixture of prayers and hopes that People would take the lethal coronavirus extra critically after President Donald Trump introduced that he and First Woman Melania Trump had examined constructive.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet tweeted Friday morning that he wished the Trumps and adviser Hope Hicks, who additionally examined constructive, a speedy restoration.
He added: “Because the coronavirus continues to unfold, I urge everybody to social distance and put on a masks to maintain themselves and others secure.”
Republican U.S. Rep. Ken Buck shared his needs and prayers for a speedy restoration in a short tweet.

I’m wishing @POTUS and @FLOTUS a speedy restoration. My prayers are with you each.
— Congressman Ken Buck (@RepKenBuck) October 2, 2020

Third District Congressional District Republican candidate Lauren Boebert tweeted: “I imagine within the energy of prayer. Let’s maintain the First Woman, President Trump and their household in prayer by means of this time. We have now a rustic to avoid wasting & we want you full power, @realDonaldTrump. Relaxation up & let’s get this performed!”
State Rep. Leslie Herod, a Denver Democrat, retweeted with out remark a photograph of Trump’s friends at Tuesday’s presidential debate, plenty of whom refused to put on masks.
Nevertheless, different elected Democrats — together with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse and Jason Crow, Gov. Jared Polis and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock — wished the Trumps effectively.
“COVID-19 is a critical illness and we should keep vigilant in opposition to its unfold,” Crow added.
David Sirota, a Coloradan and former prime aide with Bernie Sanders’ presidential marketing campaign, took a really totally different tack, tweeting a photograph of the president standing close to Supreme Courtroom nominee Amy Coney Barrett: “I’m doing a little bit of contact tracing right here, and clearly the Senate must shut down and quarantine for at the very least 14 days to forestall an excellent spreader occasion.”

I'm doing a little bit of contact tracing right here, and clearly the Senate must shut down and quarantine for at the very least 14 days to forestall an excellent spreader occasion pic.twitter.com/IljHKdDhQT
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) October 2, 2020

 
 

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