your statement on #38: "That it is is not his fault for handling the situation poorly. He more or less is just trying to shift blame like always." implies that because he is shifting the blame like you say, it is in fact his fault for handling the situation poorly. That is what made me think you are putting blame on one person unjustly.
In the case of China, I never said it was their fault. I personally don't believe it was their fault. No matter where the virus originated, no country could have stopped the spread of coronavirus (especially in the current age where the world is so globalized and the spread likely started well before people even know what coronavirus was).
P.S. I would generally say that yes trump's tweets are not normally factually based, and likely meant to only display data and ideas that fits his agenda. But I do hope you realize that all media does this exact same thing every day when they present their stories. Everything has spin, especially Trump's tweets, but to pretend that this is a localized issue only to Donald Trump is also foolish. As I'm sure you know, when the virus first spread, much of the media spread the idea that this virus was not nearly as contagious as speculated and many local leaders (democrat and republican) encouraged people not to stay home and to go out in the public. Every single person in government has mislead the population to some degree during this pandemic for whatever reason. You just see it the most from Trump because he is the highest office and under the most scrutiny.