President Donald Trump is defending his actions on the coronavirus afterrevelations surfaced that he had had been determined to play down the dangerdespite describing it in private as “deadly stuff.” Mr Trump is grappling withfallout from a new book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward. In aseries of interviews with Woodward, the president spoke frankly about thedangers posed by the virus - even as he downplayed them publicly - andadmitted he had tried to mislead the public.
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The 39-year-old actress shared the sad news as she responded to President Donald Trump's interview tapes with Bob Woodward, in which he admitted to downplaying the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus has killed more than 190,000 Americans as of today, and the number is growing. Leaders of other countries offered substantial financial assistance to their people. Meanwhile, Americans were offered one stimulus check after many lost their jobs by no fault of their own. Veteran journalist Bob Woodward conducted 18 separate interviews with Trump for his new book, Rage. Each interview was recorded with the president’s permission, reports Gizmodo.
[NFA] Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump on Wednesday of betraying the American people, saying he knowingly lied about the deadliness of the novel coronavirus in what amounted to a "dereliction" of his duty. This report produced by Chris Dignam.
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Associated Press/Charlie Neibergall Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg warned of the stakes of Judge Amy Coney Barrett's potential confirmation to the Supreme Court in an interview on "Fox News Sunday." "My marriage might depend on what is about to happen in the senate with regard to this justice," he said. Buttigieg doubled down on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's criticisms of Barrett's nomination, saying Sunday that the process was "wrong.