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  • Despite going to "real school" by getting COVID-19, President Donald Trump has shown that he has learned nothing from his experience with coronavirus so far.
  • Is it considered a bad thing that nobody can get a straight answer on Trump's illness from his doctors?
  • White House staffers were in the dark, with no communication from their bosses, for three days after the president tested positive for coronavirus. “There are reports that COVID is spreading like wildfire through the White House," one official told NY Magazine. "There are hundreds and hundreds of people who work on-complex, some who have families with high-risk family members. Since this whole thing started, not one email has gone out to tell employees what to do or what’s going on.”
  • An email finally went out Sunday night telling them what to do if they have symptoms.
  • The New Yorker profiled the conservative The Lincoln Project and their war against Trump.
  • Trump supporters from Long Island briefly closed down Fifth Avenue on Sunday so they could honk their horns for the very sick president.
  • John Oliver sifted through Republicans' various efforts to destabilize the vote on Last Week Tonight.
  • The Wall Street Journal looks at how the pandemic "broke" Times Square and NYC's economy.
  • Vending machine ownership is hotter than ever.
  • Dalton parents do NOT want to be paying $54,180 for their kids' online classes.
  • Mick Fleetwood started a TikTok account just to recreate the viral "Dreams"/cranberry juice skateboarding TikTok.
  • And finally, a clip from the upcoming Untitled Duck Game: