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Aaron Rupar
Trump to Hannity on WHO saying coronavirus death rate is 3.4%: "I think the 3.4% number is really a false number. Now this is just my hunch, but based on a lot of conversations ... personally, I'd say the number is way under 1%." Astoundingly irresponsible.
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Aaron Rupar Mar 4
Replying to @atrupar
In this clip, Trump: 1. Denies WHO's coronavirus death rate based on “hunch" 2. Calls coronavirus "corona flu" 3. Suggests it's fine for people w/ Covid-19 to go to work 4. Compares coronavirus to "the regular flu," indicating he doesn't get the difference
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Aaron Rupar Mar 5
Replying to @atrupar
"We have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better, just by, you know, sitting around and even going to work, some of them go to work, but they get better" -- Trump to Sean Hannity, last night
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Aaron Rupar Mar 5
Replying to @atrupar
"This is just my hunch" -- Trump’s coronavirus rant to Sean Hannity was a blizzard of dangerous misinformation
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Aaron Rupar Mar 5
Replying to @atrupar
Q: Is it helpful to get your message out when you're being countermanded by the president on TV? NIAID DIRECTOR FAUCI: I don't think I'm being countermanded Q: He was on TV last night suggesting people w/ Covid-19 could go to work FAUCI: I haven't heard that AZAR: Me neither
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Aaron Rupar Mar 5
Replying to @atrupar
Here's a CDC official repeatedly dodging straightforward questions about why the US has been so slow to test people for coronavirus. Yikes.
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Aaron Robertson Mar 4
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AMY O’ Mar 4
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david bradbury 😷 Mar 4
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The Wad Squad.
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MisterJay Mar 4
Replying to @atrupar
Not just irresponsible: dangerous. False information at this point could get people to underestimate this virus when they might have been more cautious beforehand.
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