Trump says coronavirus is missing, Dr. Sanjay Gupta says that the virus is not dying

Trump says coronavirus is missing, Dr. Sanjay Gupta says that the virus is not dying
President Trump made a true interview visit Wednesday (Sinclair, Gray TV, WSJ, Fox News) and completely rejected the threat of coronovirus in at least two interviews.

Gray TV's DC office chief, Jacqueline Policastro, told Trump, "Coronavirus cases are on the rise in 22 states, including Oklahoma, where she plans to hold a big rally this week. Aren't you worried that people. Got sick? "

No, "Trump said," because if you look at it, the number is much lower than that. It is dying By the way, we are doing very well in vaccines and therapy. "And he continued from there.

Later in the day, according to CNN's data checker Daniel Dale, in a call with Sean Hannity, Trump expressed "his general exaggeration about his travel restrictions," not saying that the United States should not close again Will have to. Then he left.

Trump's citations confirmed what the CNN WH team wrote earlier in the day: "Trump has largely overcome the persistent spread of coronovirus, causing spikes in new cases in 21 states and the daily toll of death Are reaching. Hundreds of people revive both the economy and their own political outlook. "

The story quoted an administrative officer from the Coronavirus workforce as saying, "They just don't want to deal with reality. They are in denial."

This is the truth

Dr. Sanjay Gupta's viral storm informed millions of people on Wednesday. So he had several live shots on CNN.

Gupta, in an interview with Don Lemon, refuted Trump's claim of "he's dying": "It won't go away, it just went across the country, which was expected. It's not dying." "

Bolton book bomb

The NYT, WaPo, WSJ and CNN released details of John Bolton's book on Wednesday. There are many, many conclusions ... clearly, they can fill the entire issue of this newspaper ... so I suggest you read the entire CNN team summary here. But News No. 1 is that Bolton claims that Trump "personally asked his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, to help him win the 2020 presidential election in the United States."

Trump's aides claim that Bolton disclosed classified information; Those arguments will be dealt with in court. The DOJ requested a temporary ban order on Wednesday, so a hearing is likely to be held by the end of the week. But Wednesday's leak showed that the book was already visible. ABC's "World News Tonight" aired an excerpt of Martha Reddge's interview with Bolton, and "GMA" will air another clip Thursday morning, I was told ...

"It should be executed"

According to a summary of the highlights / highlights of the book by Weapo reporter Josh Dawsey, Bolton described "the 2019 summer meeting in New Jersey where Trump says journalists should go to jail, so they have to split their sources:" These people should be killed. Trump said, "according to Bolton."

Trump calls Bolton a "wash man"

Oliver Darcy writes: After discussing some other issues first, Hannity finally asks Trump about Bolton's book. Trump has previously responded to Bolton's allegations, saying he is strict on countries such as China and Russia. Prez then (tentatively) flashed at his former National Security Advisor, saying he "broke the law" by publishing his report. Marking Bolton as a "laughing man", Trump said he effectively did Bolton a favor by giving him "status not confirmed by the Senate". Soon after, Hannity changed the subject ...

>> As Yashar Ali said: "What does he say about the president who continues to hire all these people who (according to him) are disproportionate losers, liars and thugs ..."

What's the best way to tell it all?

Oliver Darcy writes: Bolton's book has a multitude of explosive allegations. And because the revelation came as a flood on Wednesday, versus a continued drip by drip, it is difficult for news organizations to adequately explain each story to its audience. Some media outlets frame their stories at specific angles, such as Bolton's claim that Trump sought help in re-election from China, while other media published more general headlines while trying to keep everything under one umbrella Why?

Personally, I felt that Drug Report did an excellent job, stacking several headlines on top of each other with many of the biggest revelations coming out of the book. Readers browsing the site walked away with a fair amount of information in a few seconds. Compare this to other headlines that require readers to click on the story first and then take several minutes to read it from top to bottom. It is important to remember that most people are not on Twitter all day, and the bullet point arrangement, which allows news to be digested more easily, is useful for those trying to control this wild cycle of news.


Brian Lowery writes: I have long thought that the "Don't Buy John Bolton Book" campaign would be seriously tested if the revelations in it were juicy enough. Reading the first accounts and watching their media tour stops, I'm going to go ahead and give myself a point on my expert scorecard. While this is hardly a Bolton defense, it is worth noting a point made by Tom Nicholls: If what he testified could have changed the minds of enough Republican senators to change the mathematics of impeachment.

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