Donald Trump’s comments on spike in coronavirus cases show red internet



Appearing in an interview with Fox News’ Dan Bongino on August 7, the former president was asked about the rise in COVID-19 cases as a result of the Delta variant and other strains. Trump responded (via Media), “Well, first of all, could you imagine if I was president right now and we had this massive coronavirus attack, you know, now they like to call it, they have new names and they have other new names … If it was me they would say ‘what a horrible thing, what a horrible job.’ ”

Twitter exploded with reactions from outraged followers who remembered too well how Trump handled the coronavirus as he has been President. An user tweeted, “Wasn’t that called … 2020? I kind of remember almost half a million people died last year.” Conde Nast’s legal affairs editor Luke Zaleski called Trump’s response “sick layers,” recalling how the former president downplayed and politicized the pandemic, even after becoming critically ill himself ( via Twitter). Yet another user tweeted, “We don’t have to imagine. We’ve been through it. You haven’t handled it very well.” And an Twitter user wrote: “The disjointed and unhindered flow of oral diarrhea… like when he imagined we could inject some sort of disinfectant as a remedy.”



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