“You’ll develop turd mentality,” Donald Trump said in his first town hall with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. The news host asked him about “herd immunity,” but the president managed to mangle even a simple term. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McAnany had to go on Fox News Wednesday morning to clean up POTUS’ mess. She looked as if she had just realized that the president was going under on the ship Trump Pandemic, and he had gripped her in a vice-like desperate arm.
During the town hall this president tried to defend his gaffe about the coronavirus pandemic just going away without a vaccine. That was the approach Sweden used, and it had one of the highest death rates per capita on the east side of the Atlantic. The Forbes magazine wrote:
‘Democratic politicians, along with doctors and analysts, to agonize over the U.S. response to the pandemic, while conservatives criticized the event as a partisan ambush.’
Stanford-educated physician Dr. Eugene Gu tweeted the terrible cost of “herd immunity of 60%” was 200,000,000 infected and 3,000,000 dead Americans:
‘To achieve a herd immunity of 60%, around 200 million Americans need to catch the coronavirus and 3 million Americans need to die.’
Former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub tweeted:
‘I can’t bear knowing that his supporters don’t care that he is the stupidest public figure in the entire world.’
Representative Ted Lieu (D-CA) tweeted it was a “bigly disaster:”
‘Everyone is saying the #TrumpTownHall was a bigly disaster for @realDonaldTrump.’
Watch McAnany try to get out of this one below on Fox News:
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