DONALD TRUMP claims ‘total authority’ and attacks media in chaotic coronavirus briefing

Francesco Ragazzi

Importantissima ultima notizia dagli USA. TRUMP e il Direttore Medico Generale hanno appena smentito e smantellato il modello di contagio sostenuto da BILL GATES e dalla OMS da lui finanziata.

STA PER FINIRE L’INCUBO !!!

STA PER FINIRE UNO DEI PIU’ GRANDI CRIMINI CONTRO L’UMANITA’ !!!

L’AMMINISTRAZIONE TRUMP, QUALCHE GIORNO FA, DOPO AVER AFFERMATO CHE AVREBBE TOLTO I FONDI E CONGELATO I CONTI BANCARI DELL’ORGANIZZAZIONE MONDIALE DELLA SANITA’ …
https://www.ansa.it/…/coronavirus-trump-sospende-i-finanzia…

ORA HA SMANTELLATO “BANDA” CRIMINALE DI BILL GATES / CDC / WHO!!!
https://www.fort-russ.com/…/major-plans-to-re-open-u-s-su…/…

L’ amministrazione di TRUMP conferma che adesso sono in possesso dei VERI NUMERI e non quelli annunciati dalla campagna di terrore di GATES e soci.

Dal dottor RASHID A BUTTAR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNK9zesHQls&feature=youtu.be

il Direttore Medico Generale JEROM ADAMS..
… WASHINGTON DC –
In un’intervista alla radio XM in diretta, il Direttore Medico Generale
JEROM ADAMS ha spiegato in un’intervista alla radio XM che la Coronavirus TASK FORCE ha effettivamente ABBANDONATO il MODELLO di CONTAGIO predittivo BILL GATES/CDC/WHO(Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità), e sta ORA lavorando con i DATI REALI.

Ha spiegato sul Breitbart News Daily di Sirius XM, il presentatore del Sirius XM, ALEX MARLOW, che, in base ai nuovi dati, le aziende (almeno inizialmente partendo dall’America … poi verrà attuata la stessa procedura nel resto del mondo – ndr) … cominceranno a riaprire i battenti già a maggio, altre a giugno (tempistiche approssimative – ndr).

Questo è ora una realtà, in netta contraddizione con la propaganda della terrore perpetrata del dottor ANTONY FAUCI e di BILL GATES, che hanno fatto un tour mediatico, minacciando il pubblico che le aziende non potranno riaprire per sei mesi o per un anno, o fino a quando, e a meno che, i governi non acquistino la loro VACCINAZIONE, convenientemente brevettata, per grandi quantità di farmaci.

E di conseguenza …” CIAO CIAO “…alle VACCINAZIONI FORZATE, perché di conseguenza DECADONO i PRESUPPOSTI SANITARI a SOSTEGNO di QUALUNQUE NORMATIVA NAZIONALE o INTERNAZIONALE, CHE qualche MENTE CRIMINALE e PERVERSA, VORREBBE ATTUARE CONTRO LA POPOLAZIONE di una NAZIONE … ed anche A LIVELLO MONDIALE!!!
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Trump claims ‘total authority’ and attacks media in chaotic coronavirus briefing

In a bizarre tirade, the president bristled at a suggestion by one of the media that his power was restricted

Trump plays campaign-style video attacking press at White House briefing – video

Donald Trump has declared in a White House briefing that his “authority is total” when it comes to lockdown rules during the coronavirus pandemic, and he denied that he was weighing firing Dr Anthony Fauci, the country’s foremost infectious diseases expert who sits on the coronavirus task force.

After a weekend reprieve from presidential briefings that have been likened to Trump rallies for their uninterrupted flow of Trumpian id, the president returned to the lectern on Monday to deliver one of his most bizarre performances yet.

He played a campaign video produced by White House staff, in a possible violation of elections laws, that he said highlighted the media’s downplaying of the coronavirus crisis in the early stages of the pandemic.

The coronavirus ‘propaganda’ video Trump played to media

He jousted with journalists who questioned a tweet he had sent earlier in the day, in which he claimed to have fiat power to override orders by state governors to close nonessential businesses and public spaces and encourage residents to shelter at home.

And Trump bristled at the suggestion that his power was restricted by the American federalist construct, which grants autonomy to the 50 states, and which he has repeatedly during the coronavirus crisis attempted to disrupt.

“When somebody is the president of the United States, the authority is total,” Trump said, referring to matters of public health and police powers inside the states. The assertion was dogpiled by legal analysts as a gross and wildmisreading of the constitution.

But Trump was not just challenged on the airwaves and on Twitter – he was challenged in the room, including by Paula Reid of CBS News, who asked him what his administration did in the month of February, when the health department declared an emergency, to fight the virus.

In response he attacked the media’s “approval rating”.

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Then Trump was confronted by CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins, who asked him about his “authority is total” line.

“That is not true,” Collins said.

Trump spluttered in reply: “You know what we’re going to do? We’re going to write up papers on this. It’s not going to be necessary. Because the governors need us one way or the other. Because ultimately it comes with the federal government. That being said we’re getting along very well with the governors, and I feel very certain that there won’t be a problem.”

Has any governor agreed that you have the authority? Collins asked.

“I haven’t asked anybody. You know why? Because I don’t have to,” Trump said.

Who told you that the president has a total authority? Collins asked.

“Enough. Please,” said Trump.

Donald Trump: ‘When somebody is president of the United States, the authority is total’ – video

The briefing briefly featured Fauci, who was attacked in a message retweeted by Trump on Sunday, fueling speculation that the president was preparing to push out the preeminent epidemiologist.

“I was immediately called upon that,” Trump said, “and I said, ‘No, I like him. I think he’s terrific.”

Asked whether there had been clashes between the pair, Trump said, “We have been from the beginning. I don’t mind controversy, I think controversy is a good thing, not a bad thing.”

But when he stepped to the lectern, Fauci stopped short of delivering the White House line that the country, and the economy, were on the verge of being reopened at full throttle.

“Some people may think it’s going to be like a light switch,” Fauci said. “It’s just not going to be that way.”

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President Trump today addressed his retweet that triggered a swift backlash.

“I like him. He’s terrific,” he said of Dr. Anthony Fauci. When asked if he noticed the hashtag, Trump said “I notice everything“ and called it “somebody’s opinion“ https://politi.co/2RwZye3 

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