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Journalist Bob Woodward Says Trump Is 'The Wrong Man For The Job'

Journalist Bob Woodward Says Trump Is 'The Wrong Man For The Job'

Update: 2020-09-145
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If President Trump knew how contagious and potentially deadly the coronavirus was back in February, why didn't he express that to the American public?

That's the question Trump has been facing since last week, when a recording of him expressing a desire to "play down" the virus went public. The audio came from interviews with Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward that he conducted for his latest book, Rage.

In an interview with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly, Woodward comes to the conclusion that the president failed to protect the country from the virus and is "the wrong man for the job."

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Comments (2)

alli lent

guess he never considered that maybe panic can actually be a good thing when there's SOMETHING TO PANIC ABOUT!

Sep 16th
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Journalist Bob Woodward Says Trump Is 'The Wrong Man For The Job'

Journalist Bob Woodward Says Trump Is 'The Wrong Man For The Job'

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