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Trump further denied that he said President Xi Jinping was doing a good job with the coronavirus. I didn’t say one way or the other, Trump said.

In fact, he said from China, in public I think they do a very good job. He also praised Xi as being extremely capable, strong, lively and powerfully focused on the virus and said he had handled it very well.

At the rally, hosted by ABC News, the president also denied calling American troops, especially the late John McCain, losers. Trump said I never made those statements.

Trump had said, word for word and in public, that he didn’t like McCain, a former prisoner of war, very much because I don’t like losers.

He denied that his administrations are asking the Supreme Court to strike down Obamacare to remove protections for pre-existing conditions, although his request would do just that if the High Court accepts it. He further denied that former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who resigned in protest, had in fact resigned.

The day before he refuse the very existence of climate change, saying it will start to cool down. . . . You just watch.

And last week he announced he was going to have a vaccine very soon, maybe even before a special date on election day.

When reporter asked about claim vaccine would come out before election, Trump responded that I didn’t say what you said. What I said was at the end of the year.

To assert the obvious, he systematically denies the obvious. Woodward, during an interview for his new book Tuesday, Told CNNs Anderson Cooper: I don’t know, to be honest, if he figured out what’s real and what’s unreal.

It has always been so. A few months before the 2016 election, I speculated that Trump might not be able to distinguish fact from fiction. The very first act of his presidency was to give an inaugural address in the rain and then he said it was really sunny. We often assume he is lying, but he may not be able to tell the truth from the lie, the reality from the fantasy.

When Trump in early April acknowledged the severity of the pandemic, a reporter observed that a few weeks ago you said it was like the flu.

He denied that he said he was going to suspend funding for the World Health Organization, that the virus would go away in April, that if the governors don’t treat you well, i don’t call, that there would be 5 million covid-19 tests per day, that rented China transparency. Video, audio and transcripts say otherwise.

he refuse that the Secret Service moved him to a White House bunker because of protests (it was an inspection). He denied that tear gas had been used on protesters (it was pepper spray).

Lately the trend has become so common that it seems to have settled into a state of denial. During this campaign, his responses are reflexive: deny virtually everything that has been said about him and then accuse Joe Biden of something worse.

he deny try to slow down mail delivery after admitting he wanted to freeze funds at the post office to limit his ability to deliver the ballots. He denies helping get Kanye West on the ballot in key states. he deny that the late Herman Cain contracted covid-19 at the Trumps Tulsa rally. He denies having asked the US Ambassador to Britain to secure the British Open for his golf course in Scotland. He denies the tensions with Anthony Fauci. He denies having been informed of Russian bounties to kill American troops. He denies the official tally of deaths from the pandemic. He denies wanting his name on the stimulus checks.

Over time, he denied the big (no quid pro quo!) And the small (no bedbugs at Trump National Doral!), Both high crimes (what Russian election aid?) And low (what payments Stormy Daniels?). And on, and on.

After four years of a president denying the obvious, after 20,000 lies, many of Trump’s remaining supporters have also lost the ability to distinguish between fact and fiction. After four more years, would we all lose him? The possibility cannot be denied.



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