“I just wish her well, frankly, Person Woman Man Camera TV wall flag Trump said Tuesday when asked about the case at a press conference. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday that Trump’s well wishes were intended to convey that he wants to see justice play out in the case. President Trump is the narrator of the Lincoln Project’s latest ad against him.
Titled “Failure,” it presents a brutal timeline of his response to the coronavirus crisis, beginning with Trump stating on Jan. 22, “We have it totally under control. One person coming in from China. It’s going to be just fine.” From there, the messages are similarly nonchalant, with Trump saying on Feb. 25 the country is “very close to a vaccine” and declaring on Feb. 27, “One day, it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.”
As the ad continues, and Trump calls the coronavirus a “new hoax” (Feb. 28) and asks if injecting disinfectant could get rid of it (April 23), a tally appears, showing the U.S. death toll from the virus. It goes up steadily, and reaches 113,000 around June 20, when Trump is shown telling supporters in Tulsa that he has done “a phenomenal job” leading the country through the pandemic.
Nothing is more vital to America & the world than dispatching @realDonaldTrump & his low travelers from the WH. While I fear the dangers of nuclear proliferation & know a stable uranium market is important to the USA’s national & economic security — & experts urged this
The ad ends on July 21, with a clip of Trump standing in front of reporters during his first coronavirus briefing in months. The pandemic, he says, will “probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better. That’s the way it is.” In a comment under the video on YouTube, the Lincoln Project refers to the coronavirus as #TrumpVirus, and says, “We could have won, Person Woman Man Camera TV but our ‘wartime’ president surrendered.” Watch the ad below