This Sunday: Covid fallout. Vaccination frustration.
NEW YORK RESIDENT:
Refresh, refresh, refresh, and then you have to go back to through the form again and again.
Those new variants.
DR. ROCHELLE WALENSKY:
The continued spread of variants that are more transmissible could jeopardize the progress we have made.
And getting kids back to school.
DR. ANTHONY FAUCI:
I think to say that you’re not going to open up schools until every single one of the teachers get vaccinated — I don’t think that we can go there.
My guests this morning: Dr. Anthony Fauci and teachers union president Randi Weingarten. Also, the trouble in Texas.
We need our power out here.
Our heat went out. We also have pipes that busted.
It’s freezing. It’s a blackout. No electricity.
Blackouts, water shortages, freezing temperature and the hot debate over how everything went so wrong.
The state didn’t didn’t prepare for the worst-case scenario and now we’re paying the price.
Plus: the Republican civil war. Days after Mitch McConnell’s broadside against Donald Trump —
SEN. MITCH MCCONNELL:
President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the event of the day.
— the former president strikes back, with a little help from his friends.
SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM:
President Trump is the most consequential Republican in the party. If Mitch McConnell doesn’t understand that, he’s…