While Vice President Mike Pence held his first coronavirus taskforce meeting and the stock market made the biggest dip in American history, President Trump was busy with other things on Thursday.
The Daily Beast reported that Trump met the playwright and two stars of ‘FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers’, a piece entirely written from the lyrics of FBI enthusiasts Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Those roles are played by Hollywood conservatives Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson.
Later Thursday, Trump organized a number of his prominent black supporters in the Cabinet Room, including Diamond and Silk, Candace Owens, Turning Point USA, and former actor Isaiah Washington, former “Grey’s Anatomy.”
“I think it is an incredible achievement that our province has done,” he said in that meeting of his coronavirus reaction.
President Trump (right) complimented himself for the coronavirus reaction on Thursday during a meeting with black supporters including Diamond and Silk (left)
President Trump met black supporters in the late afternoon of Thursday including (from left) Candace Owens, Diamond and Silk
Actors Dean Cain (left) and Kristy Swanson (right), who play the lead in the play “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,” visited President Trump in the White House on Thursday, according to the Daily Beast.
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence held his first coronavirus task force meeting in Washington at the headquarters of the Department of Health and Human Services
President Trump told the playwright that he loved the play “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,” which was entirely written using the text messages from Peter Strzok (left) and Lisa Page (right). The actors who portray Strzok and Page – Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson – met Trump in the White House on Thursday
He and first lady Melania Trump are organizing ‘hundreds of African-American leaders’ for a reception of the African-American history month on Thursday evening at the White House.
Earlier in the day, Trump sat in the Oval Office with Phelim McAleer, the playwright of “FBI Lovers,” a play about the so-called “deep state.”
Playwright Phelim McAleer, who wrote “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,” told the Daily Beast that he and his stars would meet President Trump for 15 minutes, but it took 45 minutes
McAleer told The Beast that the meeting would last 15 minutes – instead it was 45.
“We were in the Oval Office for 45 minutes and he loves it, he loves the game,” McAleer told the website, adding that Trump had not really seen the piece.
McAleer had brought his stars – Cain, the protagonist in the television series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” and Swanson, who played “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in the film that preceded the successful TV program with helmets by Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Cain and Swanson are both openly conservative in Hollywood. Cain often appears on Fox News Channel.
McAleer also told The Beast that he did not remember whether the corona virus came out.
Reporters were admitted to Trump’s meeting with black leaders held later in the day.
There he let those present wander around the room and introduce himself.
Many of them had nice things to say about Trump.
Trump had not-so-nice things to say about “fake news,” and even went so far as to call NBC News “racist,” according to the White House polar report.
He said the press was out of line to ask for the Dow drop of 1200 points.
He also talked about how many larger h rallies were than Elizabeth Warren’s, and called her “Pocahontas” to the crowd.
He grasped that Joe Biden can blister all the time and he cannot.
“I never get credit,” the president said.
He brought up the corona virus during that meeting.
Trump complained that he was called “racist” for closing Asian countries during the initial spread of the virus, but praised his response – including his appearance on Wednesday in the White House briefing room, to which Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer knocked.
Trump pushed Schumer’s criticism back into his meeting with black leaders.
“This is really beyond politics,” Trump said.