Donald Trump doubles down on ‘no panic’ approach to handling pandemic

Denunciations of “Trump lied, people died” rang across the political arena and social media as the US President and his aides and supporters struggled to reconcile his remarks on tape to journalist Bob Woodward confirming the deadly nature of the virus as early as February, while publicly assuring the American people in the weeks following that it was relatively innocuous, posed no great danger to the country, and would simply go away.Denunciations of “Trump lied, people died” rang across the political arena and social media as the US President and his aides and supporters struggled to reconcile his remarks on tape to journalist Bob Woodward confirming the deadly nature of the virus as early as February, while publicly assuring the American people in the weeks following that it was relatively innocuous, posed no great danger to the country, and would simply go away.

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