Seeing the onset of the coronovirus epidemic, the host reminded the audience that President Trump was confidently claiming that COVID-19 was “not a big deal” and “basically like the flu.” Since then, “we’ve all learned that that was nonsense.” And now we know that Trump knew it was “nonsense” too.
He was certainly talking about the revelations of the explosion from journalist Bob Woodward’s new book Anger, Which includes a recording of the chairman, describing how deadly the virus was in February and confirms that he was actively reducing its severity in March, believed to be “not causing panic.” wanted to do.”
“You didn’t want to create a panic?” Noah asked. “You didn’t want to create a panic? So what did you want, for people dying on the streets very peacefully?”
“Since when has Donald J. Trump worried about causing a panic?” He continued. “It’s really his favorite thing. ‘Cities are burning! Suburbs are collapsing! Caravan Muslim voters of Antifa Mexico are cheating! The slogan of his campaign is basically, ‘Look after you!’
Noah said that “as a leader, you don’t want to panic people,” but he said, “You also want to inform people so that they can be safe.” He compared this to a pilot asking the aircraft full of passengers to “remain calm”, but at the same time sharpen their seatbelt and brace for impact. “If Trump were a pilot, he would like, ‘Attention all passengers, everything is fine. Seatbelt are for snowflakes and if you want to stretch your legs, now is the time. Goodbye!'”
But most of the hosts were confused. “Because at first, I felt it was too stupid to understand what was going on with the Trump virus,” he said. “But it turns out that he was actually clever about it in private. But he is stupid enough to tell Bob Woodward on tape.”
And before moving on, Noa took a shot at Woodward and other authors such as John Bolton and Mary Trump, until he had a book to sell to share such damaging information about the president. “Imagine if Paul Revere had this attitude,” he joked. “Are the British coming?” Find out by pre-ordering my book on Amazon. ”
Finally, Noa said that while some may think that it is “good news” that Trump is “not as dumb as we thought,” the revelations in Woodward’s book are indeed “terrible news”, as it proves. Does that Trump will “mislead the public”. ”
“So once again, we are reminded today that Donald Trump does not care about America,” he concludes. “He cares about himself.”
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