Fox News’ day host Sandra Smith had a different feeling when speaking with White House press secretary Kayle McNee on Wednesday and repeatedly grilled him over various instances during which Trump was hurt in his own case Was sounding – despite that you may have heard it. Anger Author Bob Woodward- He is indeed “up-playing” the coronovirus epidemic.
Anchor began with Trump’s claim that the “herd mentality” would “disappear” the virus, even without a vaccine. “Is the President going on his own with these forecasts or is the medical expert advising him to agree with those forecasts?” Smith asked.
Cleverly ignoring the president’s apparent mistake, McNee told Smith, “Well, the term immunity is a medical term, meaning that when you have a certain percentage of the population with antibodies, you have the herd. Immunity occurs. And it can be done through a vaccine or through prior disease, that you develop antibodies. “He repeated,” It’s a medical term. ”This was followed by Trump’s dismissal stance on the mask. “Many people don’t want to wear masks,” he said at the town hall. “Many people think masks are not good.” When Stephanopolous asked who those people were, the president said: “The waiter.”
“Doesn’t it just give critics more room to criticize the president for going against science?” Smith told himself to stop becoming one of those critics. “Science, Dr. Fauci and others say that wearing masks to protect against the spread of this virus is a good thing.”
In response, McEnany pointed to the comment that Drs. Anthony Fauci talked all the way about the relative effectiveness of wearing masks in March. But as Smith pointed out, medical consent has evolved since scientists have gained more knowledge about how the virus spreads.
“I think that’s the point, though. Dr. Fausi says wearing a mask is a good thing,” Smith tells him. “And can’t he mistakenly lead someone to think publicly that the president some say it’s not a good thing to wear a mask, especially as the restaurant has a waiter because the restaurants reopen around the country Let’s try? ”
Without recalling a defeat, McEnany said “no,” because Trump has called the wearing of the mask “patriotic” and had “done it himself” several times in public. “He would encourage it, but he would also note unintended consequences,” she said.