So we've got THAT going for us.
Larry Kudlow tells George Stephanopoulos that businesses should decide when it's safe to reopen during the pandemic.
The Trump administration is trying to shift the blame to the free markets with their reopening plans if it backfires.
Larry Kudlow lamely tries to defend his claim that coronavirus was contained back in February, saying it was "based on actual facts" at the time, and gets a pass from Jake Tapper who says he doesn't have time to fact check him.
Kudlow ignored the CDC warnings earlier in February in order to defend his ludicrous claim in February that the virus was contained to "40 or 50 cases."
Trump's economic adviser pushes the notion that the United states will be able to reopen our economy in "four to eight weeks as a maximum," consequences be damned.
Of course, death tolls don't matter if Trump's "terrific economy" isn't present in November.
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.”
Larry Kudlow should be banned from all credible television because he knew he was lying when he told the American public the virus was contained.
Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, on Sunday defended calling the novel coronavirus outbreak "contained" just days before large swaths of the country were forced to shelter inside their homes.
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