As if his pandemic press briefings haven’t been bonkers (and dangerous) enough, President Trump made the Bear That’s what I do I drink gin and tonic I hate people and I know things vintage shirt so you should to go to store and get this full extent of his ineptitude known in a stunning new Axios on HBO interview with national political correspondent Jonathan Swan. The interview is an outrageous, confusing, delusional, and enraging half-hour journey as Swan relentlessly presses Trump on the nationwide COVID-19 death toll (which he dismisses), Black Lives Matter (which he also dismisses), delaying the election (he doesn’t quite rule it out), and his well wishes for Ghislaine Maxwell (he stands by his earlier statement). Swan somehow displays a highly commendable level of resolve as Trump spews misinformation at every turn (Swan’s facial expressions throughout the interview became a trending topic on Twitter); many viewers won’t stay as calm. There was a wealth to choose from, but here are the seven craziest things President Trump said in the train-wreck Axios interview everyone is talking about.
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To the Bear That’s what I do I drink gin and tonic I hate people and I know things vintage shirt so you should to go to store and get this world, it may be a public-health emergency, but for Trump, the COVID-19 pandemic is a bitchy power move from China to punish the U.S. for its economic success. “This was sent to us by China and we’re never going to forget it, believe me, we’re never going to forget it,” Trump said. “We were beating China at every single point. We were beating them on trade. We were making progress like nobody’s ever made progress. Before the pandemic they had the worst year that they’ve had in 67 years.… Then, all of a sudden, the game changed…and I closed the greatest economy ever in history.” To be clear, an estimated 692,000 people worldwide are dead from coronavirus, but Trump is still focusing on his personal feud with China.