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Democrats have been delaying Americans getting the help they need by attempting to jam their agenda into every attempt Republicans have made to help the American people and the lifeblood of the nation: small businesses. Now, President Trump had told Democrats that there will be no more games with the COVID-19 stimulus. President Trump has asked Mitch McConnell to stop negotiating with them altogether, and he has said that he will only sign a single bill: one that provides the American people with a $1,200 stimulus payment. Nothing else. No games, no special interests, just pure aid.

On Tuesday, President Trump killed discussions of a stimulus aid package, and with it Democrats’ hope of randoming the good of the American people against their desires to pack the bill with their wildest, craziest desires. The President says that he still plans a major aid package, but that will come after he wins the election. “I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill that focuses on hardworking Americans and Small Business,” the President says.

President Trump later added that he will only sign a “Stand Alone Bill for Stimulus Checks ($1,200).” He issued a challenge to Democrats, specifically Nancy Pelosi: “I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening Nancy?”

Liberals recently celebrated as the leader of the free world was diagnosed with COVID-19. In spite of their disgusting displays of hatred and intolerance, President Trump did what he always does — he won. Not only did he beat the virus, but he recovered remarkably quickly. As of Wednesday, he was reporting no symptoms and an almost complete recovery.

Twitter has taken a hard stance against liberals who are publicly saying Donald Trump should die of COVID-19. Ever since the President was rushed to Walter Reed hospital after contracting the virus, the Left has done what it does best: spew hatred aimed at someone they hate. But Twitter has said “enough!” Now, liberals who publicly say Trump should die of COVID-19 (or for any reason) will find themselves with a suspension from the platform.

Though Twitter is typically lenient when enforcing this little-known rule, the social media platform does specifically outlaw language that wishes serious harm on anyone — whether it’s an individual like President Trump or a group of people like his supporters.

Wishing or hoping serious harm on a person or group of people

We do not tolerate content that wishes, hopes or expresses a desire for death, serious bodily harm or fatal disease against an individual or group of people. This includes, but is not limited to:

Hoping that someone dies as a result of a serious disease e.g., “I hope you get cancer and die.”

Wishing for someone to fall victim to a serious accident e.g., “I wish that you would get run over by a car next time you run your mouth.”

Saying that a group of individuals deserves serious physical injury e.g., “If this group of protesters don’t shut up, they deserve to be shot.”

Twitter clarified that any comments that meet that criteria — most comments liberals direct toward the President and his supporters — will “need to be removed” and could lead to suspension if the remark is serious enough.

Similarly, Facebook will be handling hateful remarks directed at the President. The company’s comms director, Liz Bourgeois, says that Facebook will remove death threats or comments wishing death on the President

Chinese-owned Tik Tok also made a surprising move in announcing that hateful remarks toward the President will not be tolerated. A spokesperson for Tik Tok told CBS that  “content that wishes the death of any person, including the president, violates our community guidelines, and we remove such content as we become aware of it.”

President Trump’s health has been steadily improving since his diagnosis. While he was on supplemental oxygen for a brief time, his fever disappeared by Saturday. He no longer has shortness of breath and is able to walk without issues following two doses of Remdisivir. It’s unclear when he will be released from the hospital, but unlike the Left we will keep him in our thoughts and prayers.

On Friday, America received some terrible news: President Donald Trump and his wife Melania tested positive for COVID-19. With less than 32 days until the election, the President and Melania learned of their condition following advisor Hope Hicks’ Coronavirus diagnosis. Now many are asking that we please pray for Donald and Melania Trump.

The President made the announcement on Twitter, where he received a flood of wellwishing and prayers.

The president remains mostly asymptomatic with some very mild symptoms, but the diagnosis is disrupting his campaign at a crucial time. The President canceled plans to fly to Florida for a rally as well as the rest of his schedule. He has also canceled campaign rallies in Wisconsin and Arizona. It’s unclear if the next debate, scheduled for October 15, will happen.

“The president and first lady are both well at this time, and they plan to remain at home within the White House during their convalescence,”  White House physician, Dr. Sean P. Conley, says of the diagnosis, assuring the American people that President Trump will “continue carrying out his duties without disruption while recovering.” Chief of staff Mark Meadows says that the President is “not only on the job” but “will remain on the job.” It’s unclear if any other White House staffers have tested positive.

People 65-74 are five times more likely than younger adults to be hospitalized and 90 times more likely to die from the illness. Right now, Joe Biden is surely privately celebrating the President’s diagnosis. But with the stock market falling in the wake of this terrible news and the country needing a true leader, most Americans are praying that President Trump and his First Lady come out of this OK. Fortunately, the President and the First Lady will receive the best medical care available.

Please join America in praying for President Trump and Melania. Watch a report on the President and First Lady’s illnesses below: