Trump's newly-installed Health and Human Services spokesman, Michael Caputo, tried to get rid of his racist, conspiracy-theorizing tweets about the COVID-19 pandemic but they live on thanks to the Internet Archive’s Way Back Machine and CNN’s KFile.
Flashback: Trump Campaign’s McEnany Told Fox, ‘We Will Not See Diseases Like The Coronavirus Come Here’
File these comments made by Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany on Fox Business, praising Donald Trump for keeping the coronavirus out of the U.S., under “This Did Not Age Well.”
Fox News’ misinformation about the coronavirus has come back to haunt it via a lawsuit that specifically cites Sean Hannity and Trish Regan’s attempts to downplay the pandemic.
“We will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here..and isn't it refreshing when contrasting it with the awful presidency of President Obama." - Feb. 25, 2020, Trump campaign spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany with Trish Regan on Fox Business News h/t Andew Kacynzski
The Fox Business Host found herself sidelined after pushing the same nonsense as others about the coronavirus pandemic, including Trump himself.
Joy Reid and Eric Boehlert dissect Fox News' pivot from COVID-19-as-hoax to COVID-19-as-serious concern, while still blaming China.
As Fox moves to an acceptance of the coronavirus as a real threat to all of us, they decide to bench some of Trump's cheerleaders.
The Fox Business News host called it the "coronavirus impeachment scam."
The Fox Business host/adoring sycophant called her monologue the "coronavirus impeachment scam."
Donald Trump upped his attacks on Fox News and Fox Business host Neil Cavuto yesterday by suggesting he should be pushed out like Shepard Smith was.
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