Donald Trump AGAIN claims that Coronavirus will ‘disappear’
Donald Trump AGAINS that coronavirus will ‘disappear’ – prompting Nancy Pelosi to snap back ‘drinking bleach and injecting Lysol won’t make it go away’
- President Trump claimed the coronavirus would “disappear” during a Wednesday interview with Fox Business Network
- “I think we’ll tackle the coronavirus well,” said Trump. “I think it will disappear at some point. I hope, ”he added
- House speaker Nancy Pelosi clapped back and said, “Mr. President, drink bleach and inject Lysol will not make it go away ”
- She pointed to comments Trump made in April suggesting that coronavirus could be killed by injecting a disinfectant that breaks it down on surfaces
- White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tried to suggest that the coronavirus would disappear through a vaccine
- But in Trump’s original formulation, he said the coronavirus would disappear “and I think we’ll get a vaccine soon,” said the President
President Trump again claimed that the corona virus would “disappear” on Wednesday during an interview with Fox Business Network.
“I think we’ll tackle the coronavirus well,” he told Fox’s Blake Burman. “I think it will disappear at some point. I hope.’
House speaker Nancy Pelosi popped back on Wednesday afternoon and tweeted: “Mr. President, drinking bleach and injecting Lysol will not make it go away, ”she said, sharing the clip.
President Trump said on Wednesday that he thought the coronavirus would ‘disappear’ as he turned his attention to campaigns 2020 battles he wants to face instead
Home speaker Nancy Pelosi snapped back in a tweet, citing Trump’s comments in April, suggesting Americans could inject disinfectant
Pelosi tweeted that ‘drinking bleach and injecting Lysol’ will not clear the coronavirus
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tried to suggest that the coronavirus would disappear through a vaccine, despite Trump saying it would disappear and a vaccine would be found
Pelosi referred to comments made by Trump in late April, when he held daily coronavirus-themed briefings almost every day.
“I see the disinfectant turning it off in a minute, a minute. And is there a way to do something like this by injecting inside or by almost cleaning? Trump pondered after hearing research about how coronavirus is killed on surfaces.
At Wednesday’s press conference, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked if “hoping it will disappear is the president’s strategy at the moment.”
The president has attempted to put the coronavirus crisis behind him, despite cases increasing in the United States, and dedicated tweets to election food for 2020 on Wednesday morning.
He accused Joe Biden of reading a teleprompter when answering questions from journalists in Delaware on Tuesday, which was patently untrue.
He then followed New York’s plan to paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ on Fifth Avenue outside Trump Tower by calling it a ‘symbol of hatred’.
The night before, he threatened to refuse a massive bill over an amendment that would name military bases still named after Southern hunters.
McEnany responded to the reporter’s question by saying, “The President is confident that it will disappear.”
“He is confident that he has put together a revolutionary, top-notch team that will cut through the bureaucracy and deliver us a vaccine,” she said. “He is confident that it will lead us to a place where we don’t have COVID.”
Trump had told Fox Business Network that he thought the coronavirus would disappear “and I think we’ll get a vaccine soon, too.”
McEnany’s suggestion was that the vaccine make the coronavirus disappear.
She also tried to downplay the growing number of cases.
“We are aware that there are embers in the country, we are aware that there are places with rising cases,” she said, explaining that Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the best coronavirus task force doctors, looked at the situation on the ground.
She also continued to claim that more tests were part of the reason the numbers were increasing.
“I think the increase in testing is part of the contribution to what we see,” she told reporters.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has expressed concern that the positive number of cases has also grown, which he, as he called it, “community dissemination.”
Since February, the President has insisted that the coronavirus should disappear, first suggesting it die in hot weather, but then told reporters again and again that it would “disappear.”