"There are more than 150,000 Americans and their loved ones who’d beg to differ," one person fired back at Donald Trump's son on Twitter.
The government awarded rescue funds from the Paycheck Protection Program to tenants at a Trump office building.
A question asked by Donald Trump's son got a huge response -- most of it mocking.
There was no social distancing -- and few masks -- in the Mount Rushmore crowd as the president ignored the public health crisis consuming the country.
Trump's "birds of feather" tweet backfired badly.
The president's all-caps declaration on Twitter brought out his critics.
The presidential son's post about the presumptive Democratic nominee backfired.
The president's son was called out for posting such a celebratory message on a somber day.
His theory runs counter to experts' predictions that a second wave next winter might be even worse.
“Eric speaks near fluent Donald,” one person pointed out.