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trumps 37 most mind-boggling lines from the Sunday coronavirus briefing  

nosnowforme 64F  
368 posts
3/30/2020 11:41 am
trumps 37 most mind-boggling lines from the Sunday coronavirus briefing


1. "Appreciate everybody being here, beautiful day in the Rose Garden, tremendous distance between chairs -- social distancing."
"Tremendous distance between chairs." And away we go!
2. "And as you know, even before this development, we've been doing more tests -- tests than any other country, anywhere in the world."
"The Lost Month: How a Failure Test Blinded by the U.S. COVID-19" -- The New York Times, March 28
3. "Let's see how it works. It may; it may not. But we may have some incredible results."
Here Trump is referencing experimental drug treatments for coronavirus. But really, this is him talking about his response every issue that arises during his presidency. It might work. It might not. But it could be incredible.
4. "We have some interesting things will be announced, I think over the next few weeks, but we'll see what happens."
Again, classic Trump. He hints at possible medical breakthroughs without offering any evidence. I hope he's not just bluffing but, if past is prologue, he probably is.
5. "Even though this is different, something is going , and you ought look into it as reporters. Where are the masks going? Are they going out the back door? How do you go from 10,000 to 300,000?"
In which the President of the United States suggests, with zero evidence, that hospitals in New York are somehow stealing masks or purposely asking for too many from the federal government. This is a truly outrageous charge. And deeply disrespectful of the medical professionals on the front lines fighting this virus.
6. "So, somebody should probably look into that, because I just don't see, from a practical standpoint, how that's possible to go from that to that."
"Somebody should probably look into that," says the President about an accusation he made without any proof.
7. "I hope I didn't get any of your in trouble, but it could be that they are in trouble. So they have to look at that in New York."
He. Just. Won't. Stop.
8. "Many of the states are stocked . Some of them don't admit it, but they have -- we have sent just so much -- so many things them and -- including ventilators."
No big deal, just the President casually accusing states of lying about their medical needs in the midst of a global pandemic. Very normal stuff!
9. "Today I spoke with Wolfgang Puck."
I did not see that coming! (Trump talked to the chef about how to save restaurants amid the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus.)
10. "Think of it: 1 countries. Somebody said today that wasn't in this particular world -- they didn't know that we had that many countries. A hundred and fifty-one countries. That's something."
[Looks directly at camera, Jim Halpert-style]
11. "Something we did very well is, when we stopped the inflow from China at a very early level, that was a good thing to do, a great thing to do. We would have had thousands and thousands of more deaths."
The US now has more coronavirus cases than any nation in the world.
. "No, I want the people of New York check -- Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio -- that when a hospital that's getting 10,000 masks goes 300,000 masks during the same period -- and that's a rapid period -- I would like them check that. Because I hear stories like that the time."
So, because he "hear[s] stories like that the time," Trump felt comfortable suggesting that New York is lying about their protective medical equipment needs? OK.
. "So I think people should check that because there's something going , whether -- it's not -- I don't think it's hoarding; I think it's maybe worse than hoarding."
Worse than hoarding? Like, what? Selling them on a black market? Who knows -- because Trump never said.
. "Just like -- I'll never forget the day when a general came and said, "Sir" -- my first week in office -- 'we have no ammunition.'"
Nope!
. "It was just an aspiration. We actually will be hitting, potentially -- and this was with our meeting before -- on Easter, we probably -- they -- well, that could be a peak."
Trump is rewriting history here. At the time he said he hoped church pews would be full for Easter Sunday he never suggested that was an aspirational goal. He just said it.
. "So that was an aspirational number. I didn't say "Easter." I said, "It would be a great thing, if we could do it by Easter."
Here's exactly what Trump said on March 24 in a Fox News town hall in the Rose Garden: "I'd love to have it open by Easter, OK? I would love to have it open by Easter. I will tell you that right now. It's such an important day for other reasons, but I'll make it an important day for this, too. I would love to have the country opened and just raring go by Easter."
. "You know, I see things -- I see numbers. They don't matter ."
If you don't think poll numbers matter Trump, may I refer you his Twitter feed for the last five years.
18. "I mean, I know insurance companies better than anybody."
There a lot of things Trump knows "better than anybody."
19. "I didn't do that at . Read the statement. Read the statement. Read what I said. I said we're going look into 'possibly quarantine.' I didn't say we're 'going to quarantine.'"
The question here was whether Trump regretted threatening a quarantine of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Here's exactly what Trump said:
"I am giving consideration to a QUARANTINE of developing 'hot spots', New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. A decision will be made, one way or another, shortly."
20. "So the concept of quarantine was thrown out to . Really, would love do it -- they would love do it. And I thought it was too much to do, because the people are doing a great job with it."
, so the idea of a quarantine was someone else's idea, eh? And the President didn't want do it -- despite tweeting out the possibility his 70+ million followers? Riiiiiiight.
21. "I didn't say that."
This is how Trump responded a question about him telling Sean Hannity that some governors were requesting ventilators they didn't actually need. Here's him saying it: "And you know, they'd say, like Gov. (Andrew) Cuomo and others that say we want, you know, 30,000 of them, 30,000. All right. Think of this. You know, you go to hospitals, they'll have one in a hospital. And now, all of a sudden everybody's asking for these vast numbers." So, yeah.
22. "Why don't you act in a little more positive? It's always trying to 'get you.'"
Two things here. One, it's not the media's job to be "positive." It's our job to cover the story and hold people in power to account. Two, it's not "gotcha" journalism to ask the President why he said what he said last Friday about governors and ventilators.
23. "You didn't hear me. That's why you used to work for the Times and now you work for somebody else. Look, let me tell you something: Be nice. Don't be threatening."
In which the President of the United States tells an African American female reporter (Yamiche Alcindor) that a) she was removed from The New York Times for asking negative questions (she wasn't fired, she left to join PBS' "Newshour") b) she should be nice (again, not the media's job) and c) her question was "threatening" (it was wasn't -- it was about what Trump said two days ago). Unreal.
24. "When journalists get and ask questions that are so threatening -- we're the same team."
I shouldn't really need write this but: Holding people in power account is an act of patriotism.
25. "When I hear facemasks go from 10,000 300,000, and they constantly need more, and the biggest man in the business is, like, shocked."
Just a reminder: The reason mask requests are soaring is because we are dealing with a virus for which humans have no immunity and for which there is no vaccine.
26. "And remember, we started with a system that was broken. For many years, it was broken. And I'm not blaming the last administration."
[narrator voice] He actually is.
27. "We took over a dead, barren system. We took over a system that was obsolete. It was -- it was good for a tiny, little sample of people."
The key takeaway for Trump in all of this: It's not his fault! You can't blame him!
28. "We could have done it on Easter, but there was a good chance that if it's coming down or if it's still going -- maybe it's going be coming down by then."
[Jim Halpert stare]
29. "You know, again, because of what we've done and because of the fact that we've stopped the flow from China so early -- because the question is, from a lot of my friends, 'Why didn't we just wing it? Why didn't we just wing it?'"
Really??? Trump's friends were asking why we didn't just "wing" our response to a global pandemic?
30. "So you're going to have tremendous suicides, but you know what you're going to have more than anything else? drug addiction. You will see drugs being used like nobody has ever used them before."
In which the President tries to justify his now-walked-back claim that extended periods of social distancing would destroy the economy and cause more deaths than the virus if left to its own devices. Insanity.
31. "I spoke to great people today that have done a great job. And one day, at the top of their business, they're celebrity chefs, they've got the most successful restaurants, and in one day they have nothing."
"They're celebrity chefs."
32. "Anxiety causes, you know, disease, they say. A lot of people -- you're going to have tremendous."
So, uh, well, um, OK.
33. "But I didn't say that. I didn't say that."
The question -- from CNN's Jeremy Diamond -- was why Trump had said "if they don't treat you right, I don't call" about the nation's governors last week. Here's video of Trump saying exactly that.
34. "No, I don't call. No, I don't call the governor of Washington now."
So, Trump is saying he didn't say the thing he did but then admitting that he is actually not calling governors who he doesn't believe are appreciative enough of the help the federal government is providing? Truly mind-boggling stuff.
35. "I don't have to call because I'm probably better off not, because we don't get -- he's a failed presidential candidate. He's a nasty person. I don't like the governor of Washington."
"Modern day presidential"
36. "In 100 years, you could bet your life that he would never be here with CNN and all their cameras, if they're bad, because we help their ratings."
Totally false. In the midst of a global pandemic, it's the media's job to cover -- and contextualize -- what the President and his advisers are saying and doing. Ratings have zero to do with it. Zero.
37. "Unfortunately, the enemy is death. It's death. A lot of people are dying, so it's very unpleasant. It's a very unpleasant thing to go through."
This feels like a good place to end.

harold51754 66M  
14 posts
4/7/2020 6:58 am

"The King has no clothes"
Rex Tillerman was correct. "He is a f#$*ing moron."


nosnowforme replies on 4/7/2020 7:33 am:
Tillerson ?

nosnowforme 64F  
345 posts
4/4/2020 8:12 pm

History will show indeed


robb2612 64M  
3 posts
4/4/2020 10:04 am

Best seek professional help for your severe severe TRUMP Derangement Syndrome sad very sad that you are an intelligent individual but you are in my humble opinion severely severely misguided President Donald J Trump will go down in history as being one of the best presidents ever securing proper place on Mt Rushmore


nosnowforme replies on 4/4/2020 8:08 pm:
"will go down in history as being one of the best presidents ever" Cant argue with that! And that's exactly why they teach the disenfranchised to parrot it

thikhead 63M
3154 posts
3/31/2020 7:40 pm

    Quoting Luck44l:
    Do u old stupid idiots understand that it not the federal governments responsibility to take care of the states..the governors are cowards and do nothing politician or they would have had everything they need for this pandemic...trump is doing everything he can for this country..he shouldn't have to answere stupid questions from the communist liberal media about governors who aren't doing there jobs period but he does..only so much crap even the president can take from these nitwits",,,,...."look back on the swine flu epidemic back n 2009 when Obama waited 6 months and over a thousand dead Americans before he did a national state of emergency...15000 deaths ..1800children ...not a word from the liberal media.wake up dumbasses
first you bitch that trump is being expected to do too much,
then you bitch obama didnt do enough. make up your "mind"

and you are DEAD WRONG about obama - this is from NY TIMES:

The Obama administration declared a public health emergency in April, months before swine flu was declared a pandemic. At the time that the Obama administration declared a public health emergency, only 20 confirmed cases of H1N1 existed in the United States.

"well only get through this if we work together. if we dont, none of us will"


Kalbi54 65M
1241 posts
3/31/2020 6:52 am

What is the most heinous part of it, Trump knew back in December when the outbreak hit China. He has a daily Intel briefing and he was informed. He chose not to prepare the U.S. for it. People are dying from this...


Luck44l 33M
58 posts
3/30/2020 4:42 pm

Do u old stupid idiots understand that it not the federal governments responsibility to take care of the states..the governors are cowards and do nothing politician or they would have had everything they need for this pandemic...trump is doing everything he can for this country..he shouldn't have to answere stupid questions from the communist liberal media about governors who aren't doing there jobs period but he does..only so much crap even the president can take from these nitwits",,,,...."look back on the swine flu epidemic back n 2009 when Obama waited 6 months and over a thousand dead Americans before he did a national state of emergency...15000 deaths ..1800children ...not a word from the liberal media.wake up dumbasses


nosnowforme replies on 3/31/2020 6:53 am:
I thought it was olde?

blackheart523 40M
2455 posts
3/30/2020 4:33 pm

So sad


thikhead 63M
3154 posts
3/30/2020 4:14 pm

    Quoting gardenboy321:
    Yeah, he shows his idiocy every time he speaks at one of this briefings.

    His response on #37 is almost comical if not for the seriousness of it.
yes, agreed. so sorry HE has to "go through" this.
crocodile tears.
see below, keep reading.

from the additional list ive quoted (courtesy lindoboy),
the worst is the second march 6th one -

"MAR 6: I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship that wasn't our fault."

it says it all about him.

the "numbers", his "image" and blaming anyone else he can
are more important to him than human suffering and lives. why?
because hes using this and his lies about it as a reelection campaign.

WAKE UP TRUMPERS - even if youre one of his most ardent,
most vocal or most violent supporters,
your lives dont mean as much to him as votes.

yours or someone elses?
doesnt matter, its all the same to him.

and again, responses that are solely insults will just PROVE our point.

"well only get through this if we work together. if we dont, none of us will"


HAMONMAN 60M
10195 posts
3/30/2020 3:50 pm

Only outdone by the President of Brazil:

"As recently as yesterday, Bolsonaro asserted that Brazilians “never catch anything,” even when they dive into “sewage,” and that they may have already developed the “antibodies” to stop the virus’s spread."

source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/03/bolsonaro-coronavirus-denial-brazil-trump/608926/

More Trump stuff in case you're not disgusted enough:

All the President’s Lies About the Coronavirus
An unfinished compendium of Trump’s overwhelming dishonesty during a national emergency


source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/03/trumps-lies-about-coronavirus/608647/


Tmptrzz 57F
84874 posts
3/30/2020 3:38 pm

I don't even think he understands the words that come out of his mouth..what an informative and true post..Happy Monday to you..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


justaguyinalaska 54M  
653 posts
3/30/2020 3:34 pm

Even more terrifying than waking up every morning knowing this guy is in charge is the insidious work his handlers and henchman are doing to both *steal* a second term and undermine the social and environmental fabric of this country. While we are focused on not getting sick (or dying!), not going bankrupt and/or watching our retirement savings reduced to ashes, our civil rights, clean air/water and national security are being shoveled into the same bonfire.


thikhead 63M
3154 posts
3/30/2020 2:35 pm

    Quoting gardenboy321:
    Yeah, he shows his idiocy every time he speaks at one of this briefings.

    His response on #37 is almost comical if not for the seriousness of it.
yes, agreed. so sorry HE has to "go through" this.
crocodile tears.
see below, keep reading.

from the additional list ive quoted (courtesy lindoboy),
the worst is the second march 6th one -

"MAR 6: I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship that wasn't our fault."

it says it all about him.

the "numbers", his "image" and blaming anyone else he can
are more important to him than human suffering and lives. why?
because hes using this and his lies about it as a reelection campaign.

WAKE UP TRUMPERS - even if youre one of his most ardent,
most vocal or most violent supporters,
your lives dont mean as much to him as votes
.

yours or someone elses?
doesnt matter, its all the same to him.

and again, responses that are solely insults will just PROVE our point.

"well only get through this if we work together. if we dont, none of us will"


MMXX2020 49M
174 posts
3/30/2020 1:45 pm

He does not care about America.


thikhead 63M
3154 posts
3/30/2020 1:19 pm

thanx for your informative post.
so sad that this is what its come to, agreed.

"poor trump"? poor US.
and our bleak future when so many trumpers will argue that
everything you quoted is "fake news",
even though having come out of trumps own mouth or tweets,
and will counter with "facts" of their own,
from the only source they trust - trumps tweets.

if it isnt bending over to kiss his ass,
its a democratic/communist/terroristic plot to "get at him".
were his attacks on obama communist/terroristic ?
theyll never admit it, but . . .

the only "leader" ever so power-hungry, paranoid-delusional,
lying, fact-twisting and just plain wrong
that somehow still commanded
such a mindlessly fervent and violent following
was a guy in germany with a funny mustache.

to add to the sadly one-sided discussion ("pearls before swine"),
heres my favorite list of "fake news" quotes
that illustrate the predicament weve been mis-led into,
ALL PUBLIC RECORDS for ANYONE TO SEE -

JAN 22: We have it totally under control. It's one person coming in from China.
FEB 2: We pretty much shut it down coming in from China. We're going to be fine.
FEB24: The coronavirus is very much under control in the USA.....Stock market starting to look very good to me.
FEB 25: CDC and my administration are doing a great job of handling coronavirus
FEB 25: They have studied, they know very much. In fact they are very close to a vaccine.
FEB 28: The Democrats are politicising the coronavirus. This is their new hoax.
MAR 4: If we have thousands of people that get better just by, you know, sitting around and even going to work - some of them go to work, but they get better.
MAR 5: I NEVER said people that are feeling sick should go to work.
MAR 6: Anybody right now and yesterday, anybody that needs a test gets a test. And the tests are beautiful. They are perfect.........
MAR 6: I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship that wasn't our fault.
MAR 8: We have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on coronavirus.
MAR 10: It will go away. Just stay calm, it will go away.
MAR 13: ~ [FINALLY] Declares National Emergency ~


and now, after starting two months late, they still think it was a
"perfect response" because their talking head says so,
while almost 3,000 have died,
he STILL contradicts HIMSELF, AND the medical experts with
every other thing out of his stupid mouth.

how can ANYONE support that? let alone threaten those who dont?!

any insults will only serve to prove our point.

"well only get through this if we work together. if we dont, none of us will"


gardenboy321 57M  
41269 posts
3/30/2020 12:57 pm

Yeah, he shows his idiocy every time he speaks at one of this briefings.

His response on #37 is almost comical if not for the seriousness of it.

Thoughts from the Garden...


waldbaer 67M/56F
1 post
3/30/2020 12:56 pm

From Germany:erfect analysis
Thank You internationally!!!!


nosnowforme 64F  
345 posts
3/30/2020 11:42 am

poor trump


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