On August 14, the coronavirus pandemic was on fire in the United States. More than 168,000 Americans were killed and more than 1,300 were killed that day. But when President Donald Trump called the legendary journalist Bob Woodward, there was one thing to know: he recently learned that Woodward’s new book “Rage” had been made and would be released in September, and Trump wanted to know how it would be portrayed. It was their 19th interview, after 18 interviews that formed a key component of Woodward’s book. Trump privately told Woodward in February that he had critical details on how deadly the virus was, and admitted in March that he was acting. On August 14, Trump won the Pulitzer Prize for a book that peppered a veteran journalist from two magazines and exactly what was in it. CNN got parts of the 10-minute interview that show Trump was more focused on the economy than the public health crisis. When they both discussed Trump’s response to the pandemic, Trump finally asked, “So you think the virus completely represents the economy?” “Oh, sure. But they’re connected, as you know,” Woodward replied. “A little bit, yes,” Trump replied. “Oh, a little?” Woodward asked. “I mean a little bit more. But the economy is moving forward. Look, we’re close to a brand new stock market,” Trump said. #Woodward #Trump #CNN.
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