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Trump is now defending that he has not minimized the threat posed by the pandemic in the USA, but “intensified” it

September 16, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, defended this Tuesday for not minimizing and instead “amplifying” the threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic in the North American country.

Trump has been criticized for his management of COVID-19 since journalist Bob Woodward revealed a series of footage confirming the president “downplayed” the pandemic in March this year.

In his new book entitled “Rage”, the journalist says that the President knew how dangerous the virus was, that it was highly contagious, that it was “more deadly than even a very strong flu” and that it was anyway He repeatedly downplayed this in public.

Trump is now defending that he has not minimized the threat posed by the pandemic in the USA, but “intensified” itTrump is now defending that he has not minimized the threat posed by the pandemic in the USA, but “intensified” it

According to the president, he always “wanted to” downplay “the pandemic because he believes it is a president’s job to” protect the United States, “and also in March he said he” still “wanted to minimize the threat because it was not intended to “panic”.

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