First, Trump claimed the coronavirus was a “hoax.” Then he said it could be “handled.” Then the U.S., he claimed, was “leading the way” in fighting the pandemic. Then he would have businesses up and running by Easter. Then he ran out of lies and had to accept the reality and horror. Or has he?
The video shows Trump clearly saying the coronavirus is “a new hoax” from his enemies. This is the man who often uses doctored videos and photographs in his tweats.
As president, Trump believes he is still a self-proclaimed “super-salesman” and reality TV host. He makes big boasts and big promises but when the facts fall short, as they often do in his claims on the coronavirus pandemic, he lies a lot more.
He takes credit for things he didn’t do, manufactures “facts” that don’t exist and lies about his critics and opponents.
Trump’s so-called “budget” is a myriad collection of lies, twisted “facts” and outright falsifications that doesn’t stand a chance in Congress.
The sad truth comes from his twisting of facts and incredible claims trying to make sure he, and only he, gets credit for things he never did. It’s a twisted con.