Trump argued his response to the coronavirus pandemic was great. Experts, and the data, disagree.
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While Trump said publicly it would “just disappear,” he told journalist Bob Woodward that he knew the coronavirus was “deadly stuff.”
Joe Biden said that President Trump failed to do his job and "purposely played down" the coronavirus in response to reports of Bob Woodward's damning boo...
President Trump admitted to journalist Bob Woodward that he wanted to downplay the coronavirus threat.
“It doesn’t bother me,” Sen. Kevin Cramer said of the president's comments to Bob Woodward. “I don’t feel like he was ever lying to anybody."
Journalist and author Bob Woodward released recordings of his interviews with Trump for his upcoming book, where the president admits to downplaying the virus’s severity
In a new book by Bob Woodward, President Trump is heard saying more disparaging comments about the U.S. Military, showing a deep disconnect between the president and the Pentagon.
Both the Democratic and Republican tickets are maintaining a focus on Rust Belt states that Trump narrowly won in 2016.
He played down the coronavirus. But he has hyped up just about everything else.
The president's unfailing optimism, over time.
Bob Woodward's new book "Rage" provides a fascinating window into one of the strangest diplomatic relationships of the 21st century between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Woodward gained access to 25 never-before-seen letters Trump exchanged with Kim, and CNN obtained transcripts of two of the letters.
During a White House press conference, President Donald Trump responded to questions about newly released audio where he is heard saying he downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic in the US to reduce panic.
The news is stunning: President Donald Trump told longtime reporter Bob Woodward that he "wanted to always play [the threat posed by the coronavirus] down" and "still like[d] playing it down, because I don't want to create a panic" even as the virus that has now sickened more than 6.3 million Americans and killed almost 190,000 was beginning to rage across the United States.
A brief opportunity to bring down the caseload before cold weather sets in may be squandered.
Recordings of President Trump privately acknowledging he downplayed the coronavirus’s threat to the nation put the White House on defense Wednesday, reinserting the pandemic as the central issue in the presidential race eight weeks before Election
Carl Bernstein argued President Trump's interviews with former colleague Bob Woodward are "the smoking gun of his negligence," accusing Trump of committing "one of the great presidential felonies of all time" in a CNN interview on Wednesday.
Republicans ducked questions about a new book claiming that President Trump purposely downplayed the coronavirus even when he realized it was deadly.
Former Democratic nominee for vice president Joe Lieberman endorsed Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, who is facing a tough reelection battle.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a new six-person cap on most social gatherings that could remain in place through the Christmas season in an attempt to control the coronavirus transmission without closing schools or enforcing more economic paralysis.
A Northern Illinois University history professor has been studying the similarities between the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden "devoted his career to offshoring" American jobs, President Donald Trump said during a rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
In new book ‘Rage,’ Trump says he deliberately played down threat of pandemic and says he feels no responsibility to better understand the anger and pain of Black Americans.
President Donald Trump admitted he knew weeks before the first confirmed US coronavirus death that the virus was dangerous, airborne, highly contagious and "more deadly than even your strenuous flus," and that he repeatedly played it down publicly, according to legendary journalist Bob Woodward in his new book "Rage."
Two senior Trump administration officials suspect Democrats are the hidden hand behind a Department of Homeland Security official’s claim that agency leaders manipulated internal intelligence reports to match up with false statements President Trump made about antifa and anarchists.
Dr. Anthony Fauci defended Trump after he admitted downplaying the coronavirus: "I don't recall anything that was any gross distortion."
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