Democrats are battering President Trump over the revelations in Bob Woodward’s new book.
But now the President is fighting back.
And Donald Trump told Sean Hannity one truth that shut down Nancy Pelosi.
Democrats seized on comments Donald Trump made to Bob Woodward about how he didn’t want to panic the public with his words to claim Trump lied to the American people about what he knew about the virus.
But in an interview with Sean Hannity, the President pointed out that his early actions showed he took the virus serious – restricting travel from China in January, forming the coronavirus task force in February and shutting down the economy in mid-March – and it was really the Democrats led by Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi that were late to the party.
“I want to show a calmness. I’m the leader of the country. I can’t be jumping up and down and scaring people. I don’t want to scare people. I want people not to panic, and that’s exactly what I did. And if you look at the representatives of Joe Biden, you see what they were saying. They were saying, no problem, this won’t be a problem. He didn’t think it was going to be a problem until months later. He was way late. Pelosi was way, way late, and I was, at the end of January, far ahead of everybody. Because I did something nobody wanted me to do,” Trump explained.
In late February, Nancy Pelosi was parading around Chinatown and other Democrats were complaining that the real pandemic was fear.
Now they’re blaming Trump. pic.twitter.com/fzve2mb7kU
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 10, 2020
Democrats are always projecting.
They were the ones not taking the coronavirus seriously at the start and are trying to smear Donald Trump with their failures.
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