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Who said the following:
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”
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This morning, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that between the stimulus package and the accelerated vaccinations, the U.S. economy is on track for a fast recovery, thereby allowing the central bank to ease up on some of its support. Futures fell after that interview.
Investors this morning are also keeping their eyes on the latest look at initial jobless claims, with analysts anticipating 35,000 fewer claims than the previous week.
And AstraZeneca revised its trial data from 79% to 76% efficacy. This news comes as over 25% of Americans have already received at least one dose of the vaccine.
President Joe Biden will finally hold his first solo press conference tonight, and you’ll likely hear him boast about vaccinations and the economic progress as of late. That said, he’ll also face many questions regarding border security and gun control.
And finally, a House panel will hear testimony from Big Tech leaders today about misinformation on their platforms.
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In the latest episode of “What scandal is Cuomo facing now?” it has been revealed that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo secured preferential treatment for his family during the early days of the pandemic. This happened against the backdrop of a policy that would kill many more nursing home residents than he admitted.
According to The Albany Times Union, Cuomo directed top-ranking health officials to give his family members, and other people his administration deemed worthy first-priority virus tests.
“Members of Cuomo’s family including his brother, his mother and at least one of his sisters were also tested by top health department officials — some several times, the sources added,” according to The Albany Times Union.
Of course, his brother (and CNN host) Chris has remained mum on the subject. And so has CNN.
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