President Trump holds daily press briefings to update the American people in the status of the administration’s response to the Chinese coronavirus.
Reporters use these sessions to fire gotcha questions at the President in an attempt to embarrass him as opposed eliciting information that the American people can use.
And in his latest press conference Donald Trump made a shocking coronavirus confession that no one ever expected.
During Sunday’s press briefing the President was asked about reports that four Senators sold stocks after receiving briefings from officials on the potential dangers of the Chinese coronavirus.
The fake news reporter that asked the question wanted to know if the President had any stock and if he sold it.
Trump answered by revealing that running for President actually cost him billions of dollars.
“It cost me billions of dollars to be president, and I am so happy I did it, because who cares? I am really happy with the job that we’re doing, and I’m really glad that this team and me are here,” the President responded.
But President Trump did not engage in a pity party.
When Trump ran for President in 2016 the fake news immediately assumed it was some kind of publicity stunt that was designed to increase his net worth.
Like everything else the fake news predicted about 2016 that turned out to be wrong.
However, the President noted that he was in this out of a sense of patriotism.
“With all of that being said, I’m so glad I did it,” Trump told the press.
The President added that he viewed the attempt to stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus as a wartime situation.
“I’m a wartime president,” Trump added. “This is a war, it’s a different kind of war that we’ve ever had.”
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.