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US Corona Deaths Becomes Worse as Trump Down Played the Virus; Huge Criticism as a New Tape Released

Nearly 200000 people have died from coronavirus infection in America according to the new data. Even the surge in scene no measures are taking to cut this hiking graph. Instead, President neglecting the virus as a silly flu in front of media and Americans and make the scene funny, the reason is to not make people panic.

That's why America is in frontline in the covid spread since the pandemic outbreak. 6 million people afflicted by COVID and 193,000 died of coronavirus. While all other countries taking hard steps to tie up the virus, in US Trump Government tried to remove the restrictions of coronavirus and misunderstood people the virus is silly and it comes as flu and will be recover soon.

Mr Trump told him the virus was "deadly stuff" before the first US death was confirmed, later adding he wanted to "play it down" to avoid causing panic.

President Donald Trump down playing the crisis of coronavirus, even he knew the virus is deadlier than flu virus in its earlier stages, according to a new Book.

Huge criticism and opposition came towards President Trump as  tape of interview is revealed the utter facts lying in the coronacase surge and the President Trump's approachaes towards the virus. 

On Wednesday, some US media released parts of the interviews between the president and the journalist Bob Woodward,, revealing his reported remarks on the pandemic as well as race and other issues.

Here are some of the key quotes so far from Rage, which will be released on 15 September.

In interviews with Woodward, Mr Trump indicated that he knew more about the severity of the illness than he had said publicly.

According to a tape of the call, Mr Trump told Woodward in February that the coronavirus was deadlier than the flu.

"This is five percent versus one percent and less than one percent. You know? So, this is deadly stuff."

Later that month, Mr Trump promised the virus was "very much under control", and that the case count would soon be close to zero. He also implied the flu was more dangerous than Covid-19.

Speaking on Capitol Hill on 10 March, Mr Trump said: "Just stay calm. It will go away."

Nine days later, days after the White House declared the pandemic a national emergency, the president told Woodward: "I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down, because I don't want to create a panic."

Responding to reporters' questions on the book on Wednesday, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the president had always been "clear-eyed" about the crisis.

"The president never downplayed the virus, once again," she said. "The president expressed calm. The president was serious about this...and he was taking early action."

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