There Is No COVID Plan

People line up in their vehicles to undergo coronavirus tests distributed by the Wisconsin National Guard in Milwaukee, Wis., October 2, 2020. (Alex Wroblewski/Reuters)
‘We need a national mask mandate’ versus ‘We’re turning the corner.’

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he 2020 campaign for president has been surprisingly empty of substance since Joe Biden became the nominee. The Republicans notably didn’t even bother updating their party platform. Donald Trump’s team has spent many of the last days of the campaign making personal attacks, focused on the alleged financial corruption of the Biden family. Joe Biden has a simulation of Elizabeth Warren’s endless “plans.” But he doesn’t talk about them in any detail. At the last debate, we got a glimpse of why. Joe Biden couldn’t describe what a “public option” health-care plan was, the very thing he wants to add

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