Trump told Woodward he would triumph over the covid-19
President Donald Trump has told American journalist Bob Woodward that he would soon deny the severity of the coronavirus so as not to cause panic.
When reporters in the White House confronted his remarks, the president defended it, saying, “I am doing a shout for this country. I love my country and I don’t want people to panic.”
Saying that he was not going to expose this country or the world, Trump said: “We want to believe; we want to show strength, we want to show strength as a nation.”
‘I still like to play it’
Another interview on 7 February. In 2001, the Washington Post posted an audio clip in which Trump was heard telling reporters that coronovirus was more deadly than the flu and could spread through the air.
“China sent it – it should never happen,” he said, accusing Beijing. It was a terrible, frightening situation that terrifies us. I was very open about whether it was (Bob) Woodward or anyone else. “
According to the book, Trump told Woodward that he would overcome the COVID-19 epidemic and economic crisis.
“Don’t worry about it, Bob. Okay?” Trump told the author in July. “Don’t worry about it. We’ll do another book. You see, I was fine.”
‘I am a cheerleader for this country’
Woodward’s forthcoming book Anger is not only an assessment of Trump’s epidemic management in the United States, but also of his conduct from former Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis. It is based on 18 un-recorded interviews between Trump and Woodward between December and July.
CNN “I have manufactured a nuclear weapon – a weapon system that never existed before in this country,” Trump told Woodward, boasting a new secret weapon system, which he accessed before it was released on September 15 Was. . “
He said that the United States had “things” that Putin and Xi had never heard before. “There is no one there. What we have is incredible, ”Trump told the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.