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Donald Trump claims AGAIN that coronavirus 'will disappear' - prompting Nancy Pelosi to clap back 'drinking bleach and injecting Lysol won't make it disappear'

President Trump again claimed that the coronavirus would 'disappear' during an interview Wednesday with Fox Business Network. 
'I think we're gonna be very good with the coronavirus,' he told Fox's Blake Burman. 'I think that at some point that's going to sort of just disappear. I hope.' 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi clapped back Wednesday afternoon tweeting, 'Mr. President, drinking bleach and injecting Lysol won't make it disappear,' she said, sharing the clip. 
President Trump said Wednesday that he thought the coronavirus would 'disappear,' as he has turned his attention to campaign 2020 fights he wants to get into instead
President Trump said Wednesday that he thought the coronavirus would 'disappear,' as he has turned his attention to campaign 2020 fights he wants to get into instead 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi clapped back in a tweet referencing comments Trump made in April where he suggested Americans could inject disinfectant
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi clapped back in a tweet referencing comments Trump made in April where he suggested Americans could inject disinfectant 
Pelosi tweeted that 'drinking bleach and injecting Lysol' won't make the coronavirus diseappear
Pelosi tweeted that 'drinking bleach and injecting Lysol' won't make the coronavirus diseappear 
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tried to suggest that the coronavirus would disappear via vaccine, despite Trump saying it would disappear and a vaccine would be found
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tried to suggest that the coronavirus would disappear via vaccine, despite Trump saying it would disappear and a vaccine would be found
Pelosi was referring to comments Trump made in late April when he was still holding coronavirus-themed daily briefings almost every day.  
'I see the disinfectant that knocks it out in a minute, one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost a cleaning?' Trump mused after hearing research on how coronavirus is killed on surfaces.  
At Wednesday's press briefing White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked if 'hoping that it will disappear is the president's strategy at this point.'  
The president has tried to move on from the coronavirus crisis, despite cases rising in the United States, devoting tweets Wednesday morning to 2020 election fodder. 
He accused Joe Biden of reading from a teleprompter when answering questions from reporters in Delaware Tuesday, which was patently untrue. 
He then went after New York's plan to paint 'Black Lives Matter' on Fifth Avenue outside Trump Tower by calling it a 'symbol of hate.' 
The night before he threatened to veto a massive defense bill over an amendment that would rename military bases still named for Confederate fighters.  
McEnany responded to the reporter's question by saying, 'the president is confident that it will disappear.' 
'He's confident that he's put together a revolutionary, first-class team that is going to break through bureaucracy and get us a vaccine,' she said. 'He's confident that that will lead us to a place where we won't have COVID on our hands.' 
Trump had told Fox Business Network that he thought the coronavirus would disappear 'and I think we'll have a vaccine very soon too.'  
McEnany's suggestion was that the vaccine would make the coronavirus disappear. 
She also tried to downplay the growing number of cases.  
'We're aware that there are embers in the country, we're aware that there are places with rising cases,' she said, explaining that's why Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the top coronavirus taskforce doctors, was looking at the situation on the ground. 
She also continued to claim that more testing was part of why the numbers were rising. 
'I think the increase of testing is part of the contribution to what we're seeing,' she told reporters. 
Dr. Anthony Fauci has voiced concern because the positive rate of cases has also grown, showing, as he called it 'community spread.' 
Since February the president has insisted that the coronavirus would go away, first suggesting it would die with warm weather, but then telling reporters again and again through the spring that it would 'go away.' 

1 comment:

  1. Why is this bat talking? Everything she says is a lie. Who listens to this witch? She is pure evil.

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