Sadly, locals didn't seem very sympathetic to the health concerns of the Commander-In-Chief. In fact, recent "man-on-the-street" interviews expressed a great deal of blame and passive-aggressive talk about a health "lesson" that still seems kind of "judge-y" given that thousands of people who took every precaution possible are still getting infected and dying from the disease.
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Here's the catch . . . Right-wingers can't deny the seriousness of the virus and also bemoan some of the nasty reactions from the left. The pandemic remains a deadly public health risk and the only moral high ground in this aspect of American political discourse is to simply hope & pray for the quick recovery of the President.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The president getting sick shows just how widespread this virus has become and the implications for cities across the nation. Health officials hope people in Kansas City will see high-profile cases like the president's not as a partisan issue, but as a lesson.