As elected officials plead with constituents to wear masks, maintain social distance and avoid indoor gatherings, some have not been following their own coronavirus messaging.A growing list of elected officials have been caught traveling, enjoying dinner parties and going on exotic vacations as America embarks on what could be a dark winter of the pandemic’s deadly surge.California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday outlined sweeping stay-at-home orders that’ll kick into effect when intensive care beds fill up in coming days with those infected from holiday travels.Newsom’s decree came a few weeks after he attended a dinner party with a dozen friends at a luxurious French Laundry restaurant in the wine country north of San Francisco.When asked directly if he’s lost credibility on the issue, Newsom, a Democrat, sidestepped the question on Thursday, saying, “I’m doing my job, I’ll continue to do my job, that’s what I have to do.”Dr. Vin Gupta, from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, said political leaders are losing the struggle to win the trust of Americans.”When you see a Gavin Newsom say ‘Do as I say, but but not as I do,’ and then goes to Napa Valley and has


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