The editorial board pulled no punches with its scathing assessment of President and his administration’s haphazard and widely criticized handling of the pandemic.

The Globe, in an editorial published Monday titled “,” declared that Trump had “blood on his hands” because “much of the suffering and death coming was preventable.”

“Catastrophic decisions in the White House have doomed the world’s richest country to a season of untold suffering,” it wrote, suggesting that “as the American public braces itself for the worst of this crisis, it’s worth remembering that the reach of the virus here is not attributable to an act of God or a foreign invasion, but a colossal failure of leadership.”

The editorial fiercely criticized Trump for

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