MOTA is a podcast founder, host, starter, grower, marketer, and enthusiast. Since 2014, he has launched and hosted daily, weekly, and monthly podcasts with over 85k monthly downloads. He specializes in daily new podcast programming.
Quick Take Nearly 100,000 children in the United States tested positive for the coronavirus in July. Pfizer has entered into an agreement with Gilead Sciences to manufacture remdesivir. Larry Kudlow struggled to explain Trump’s executive orders during an interview with CNN. Upwards of 20 to 50 percent of people may already have T cells that recognize the new coronavirus. Newsletter: https://inamericapod.substack.com
Quick Take Trump signed four executive actions on coronavirus relief including $400/week jobless payments. America surpassed 5 million coronavirus cases with the death toll hovering around 1,000 deaths a day. Two parents sued a school board in Ohio demanding for in-person class instruction. A CDC report shows that hundreds of children were admitted to the ICU due to an inflammatory syndrome. Newsletter: https://inamericapod.substack.com
Quick Take Republicans rejected a Democratic offer to agree to a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus deal. The Labor Department reported that 1.8 million jobs were added to the economy in July. The State Department lifted its level four travel “do not travel” international advisory. NY Governor Andrew Cuomo announced schools across his state can reopen for in-person instruction. Newsletter: https://inamericapod.substack.com
Quick Take Negotiations continue over a second stimulus package with less than 24 hours to strike a deal. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus. Trump signed an executive order requiring the government to purchase medical supplies from American factories. Experts suggest a new quantity-over-quality antigen testing strategy for faster test results. Newsletter: https://inamericapod.substack.com