CNN Supercut Shows How Trump Has Been ‘Wrong About Every Aspect’ Of Pandemic

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The clip comes in response to White House attempts to smear Dr. Anthony Fauci's track record during the pandemic.

In response to President Trump’s allies circulating opposition research on Dr. Anthony Fauci , head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, for getting some things wrong as the coronavirus pandemic unfolded, CNN released a supercut showing that the president himself has been far more wrong far more often when it comes to COVID-19.

  • According to RawStory, “CNN’s Alisyn Camerota showed viewers a supercut video of Trump’s statements about the disease that she said show he’s been ‘wrong about every aspect of the pandemic.’”
  • From Trump’s prediction that springtime weather would kill the virus and make it “miraculously” go away by April to his early insistence that cases would soon “be down to close to zero,” the clip recalls many of the times Trump got it wrong.
  • The president’s claim that his administration had the virus “pretty well under control” also makes an appearance in the video.
  • Camerota also noted that at one point, Trump suggested that bleach could possibly be used to treat the disease.

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Mike1776
Mike1776

138,000 Americans dead from the COVID-19 Trump Plague, to date. THINK ABOUT THAT: ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT THOUSAND HUMAN BEINGS, DEAD. Via a very nasty way to go. While Trump did not create the virus, his lying, corruption, laziness and erratic, reckless and bizarre behavior has caused extreme delay and chaos in the response to the epidemic in the U.S. Thus, it's obvious Trump is directly responsible for tens of thousands of these deaths.

Mike1776
Mike1776

Betsy DeVos just said that, according to her, “only” 0.02% of American children are likely to die as result of forcing them back into unsafe schools during the pandemic. That’s over 13,000 thousand dead children. That's before we get to the teachers and other school employees; and the children's families.


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