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Sat Sep 26, 2020, 11:28 PM

Vanity Fair, Feb 11, Trump said .."In April ..It Will Miraculously Go Away"

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https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/02/donald-trump-ccorona virus-warm-weather

(The number in the first sentence is, World Wide...not the U.S.A.) Please read paragraph 2 to see what
Trump said on February 11.....Please look at the last 2 sentences in the 2nd paragraph below: Trump said, "We are in great shape"....Please refer to this article from Feb 11, Vanity Fair, if you want to convince that Trump is a liar and a killer.

Copy this to convince undecided voters that Donald Trump is a ..."liar and a killer"

On Monday, the death toll from the coronavirus topped 1,018, with World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warning that recent cases of infected patients who had never visited China could likely be the “tip of the iceberg.” (An estimated 60 cases have been confirmed on a cruise ship docked in Japan, with at least 13 confirmed cases in Arizona, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Washington, and Wisconsin.) At times like these, one looks for a calm, steady leader who understands the gravity of the situation while taking care not to be an alarmist and who, above all, values scientific data and gives the experts the resources they need to tackle the issue. At a minimum, it would be great if said leader had two brain cells to rub together. In the U.S., at present, this is obviously too much to ask for.

After remaining relatively mum on the coronavirus thus far, Donald Trump told supporters at a rally in New Hampshire Monday night that the virus will be gone by April, claiming that when temperatures rise, “the virus” will “miraculously” go away. Unsurprisingly, he offered no scientific or medical explanation to support his theory. Nor was that the first time he’d floated the theory; earlier in the day, during a meeting with the nation’s governors, the president, a noted germaphobe, predicted that the whole thing will be wrapped up around Easter through divine intervention via the weather. “The virus that we’re talking about having to do, a lot of people think that goes away in April, with the heat, as the heat comes in, typically that will go away in April,” he said. Referring to the United States, he added: “We’re in great shape, though. We have 12 cases, 11 cases, and many of them are in good shape now.”

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