Peter Navarro abruptly cuts off CNN after a heated debate over Trump removing ‘COVID’


Peter Navarro was suddenly cut off on Sunday Cnn Interview ‘Reducing the risk of coronovirus’ after an incandescent debate over Donald Trump.

The president’s aide told Jake Tapper: ‘You just don’t want to listen, Jake’, saying: ‘That’s not fair, Jake. You are constantly stopping me and you are not letting me talk. ‘He then accused Tapper of’ cherry picking ‘.

State of the Union host Tamper had asked Navarro that Trump ‘admit Bob Woodward behind closed doors that coronovirus was five times fatal to the flu, misleading the American people’. He said: ‘Why wasn’t he honest?’

Navarro told Tupper: ‘I am answering your question. You don’t like the answer ‘

Peter Navarro suddenly cut from his CNN interview Sunday after an incandescent debate by Donold Trump to reduce the risk of coronovirus. The president’s aide told Jake Topher: ‘You just don’t want to listen, Jake’

He said: ‘The answer lies in mid-March to February when the World Health Organization said there was an epidemic and China was hiding information, after all, when we knew there was an epidemic.

‘And you know what that is, Jake, we were at the point that prepared for the worst. In February we were taking mountains on PPE, therapeutics, tests and vaccines so that in those times we would need the things we got from those things. ‘

Trump had spoken privately about the lethal nature of coronovirus in recorded interviews, even before he publicly downplayed the severity of COVID-19 earlier this year. That epidemic would take about 200,000 American lives and counting.

On Sunday, Navarro’s comments were investigated. His interview ended when Topher said: ‘He [Trump] Knew it was also fatal with the flu and he was lying to the American public two weeks later.

‘I’m not picking cherries. He was not honest with the American people. You are not answering the question. ‘

Navarro replied: ‘You are not honest with the American people. CNN is not honest with the American people. ‘

Cutting in the taper said: ‘Okay. You want to go there? I said you are not answering the question. Thank you, Peter Navarro. We just played the tape. You did not answer the question.

‘Okay. Thank you very much, Peter Navarro. I appreciate your time today. ‘

Earlier in the interview, Tupper told Navarro that he was ‘wrong’ after the colleague’s claim: ‘He was called a xenophobe and Joe Biden a racist.’

Navarro said: ‘That’s not fair, Jake. You are constantly stopping me and you are not letting me talk. ‘

Tapper replied: ‘You’re talking something else. This is a very basic question… you want to talk about what you want to talk about, well… he knew that it was even more deadly than the flu and he was lying to the American public two weeks later having had. ‘

‘Jake, you’re cherry picking’, Navarro replied.

Donald Trump spoke privately about the lethal nature of coronovirus in recorded interviews, even before he publicly downplayed the severity of COVID-19 earlier this year. That epidemic would take about 200,000 American lives and count

Donald Trump spoke privately about the lethal nature of coronovirus in recorded interviews, even as he publicly downplayed the severity of COVID-19 earlier this year. Before that pandemic would take nearly 200,000 American lives and counting

In interviews recorded on Wednesday afternoon, Trump - who regularly speaks of his disdain for most of the 'fake news' media - spoke generously with Woodward about his internal views on the picture, the virus, and Kim Jong - Regarding a private conversation with him - despite calling the earlier Woodward book a 'cone on the public'.

In interviews recorded on Wednesday afternoon, Trump – who regularly speaks of his disdain with a lot of ‘fake news’ media – spoke generously with Woodward, portraying, his internal views on the virus and Kim Jong – Regarding a private conversation with him – despite calling the earlier Woodward book a ‘cone on the public’.

The president shared his stark assessment with Bob Woodward of the Washington Post in recorded phone interviews in February, as the virus was spreading from China to other parts of the world.

In interviews recorded on Wednesday afternoon, Trump – who regularly speaks of his disdain for a lot of ‘fake news’ media – spoke to Kim Jong-un about his internal views about the virus and private conversations Spoke liberally with Woodward – an earlier Woodward book ‘cone on the public’, despite being called.

‘This is deadly stuff,’ the president told a Watergate reporter, a Washington fixture and writer, who has interviewed the US president’s return to Nixon.

Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodward's new book 'Rage'.  Woodward compiled a nine-hour recorded conversation with President Trump for the book, which arrives on September 15

Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodward’s new book ‘Rage’. Woodward compiled a nine-hour recorded conversation with President Trump for the book, which arrives on September 15

‘You just breathe in the air and that’s how it passed,’ Trump told him in a call on 7 February. ‘And so it is very difficult. He is very fragile. It is even more deadly than your deadly flu. ‘

Trump was briefed in the Oval Office on January 28 about the virus, according to excerpts from the Washington Post.

National Security Advisor Robert O. Bryan warned him: ‘According to Woodward,’ this will be the biggest national security threat to your presidency. ‘

He told the nation on 2 February: ‘Well, we stop it from coming from China.’

7 February – Woodward call date – the same date when Trump tweeted about the president of China: ‘Nothing is easy, but [Chinese President Xi Jinping] … will succeed, especially when the weather begins to heat up and the virus becomes weaker than expected, and then goes away. ‘

Trump continued: ‘Great discipline is taking place in China, as President Xi strongly states what would be a very successful operation. We are working closely with China! ‘

Trump told Woodward about his comments in an interview on March 19: ‘I always wanted to play it.’

He said, “I still like to play it, because I don’t want to cause panic.”

Navarro was asked by CNN host Topher that Trump 'admitted to Bob Woodward behind closed doors that coronovirus was five times fatal to the flu, misleading the American people'.  He said: 'Why wasn't he honest?'

CNN host Topper had asked Navarro why Trump admitted to Bob Woodward behind closed doors that coronovirus was five times fatal to the flu, “misleading the American people”. He said: ‘Why wasn’t he honest?’

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