“He is jealous of the media coverage of Covid”: Obama ridicules Trump during rally in Florida | American News

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Barack Obama ridiculed Donald Trump at a rally in Florida on Tuesday over the president’s complaints about the media closely covering the national coronavirus crisis.The 44th president recently abandoned the traditional decorum where a former president refrains from publicly criticizing his successor, lambasting the 45th president in his recent speeches for his response to the coronavirus pandemic, in particular.

During a drive-through rally in Orlando to build support for his former vice president and now Democratic White House candidate Joe Biden, Obama took on a tone that combined Trump’s mockery with outrage.

He spoke of a record number of coronavirus deaths in the United States and rhetorically asked the president, “What’s his closing argument?” with the election in a week.

“That people are too focused on Covid. He said this at one of his “Covid, Covid, Covid” gatherings, he complains. He’s jealous of the media coverage of Covid, ”Obama said with mock disbelief as the crowd laughed.

At a rally in North Carolina on Saturday, Trump said the words and complained that the media was paying too much attention to the coronavirus, even as he claimed the record number of cases was being exaggerated and downplaying the rates. mortality.

Obama said: “If he had focused on Covid from the start, cases wouldn’t reach record levels across the country this week, the White House wouldn’t have its second outbreak in a month.

Staff working for Mike Pence, the vice president, descended with Covid, it was revealed over the weekend, just weeks after Trump, his wife and youngest son all had coronavirus and several Personalities have tested positive after the event at The White House appoints Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

Obama also toasted the White House for Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ remark on television over the weekend that the administration was not going to control the pandemic.

Obama said, “Winter is coming. They wave the white flag of surrender. Florida, we can’t afford four more years, which is why we have to send Joe Biden to the White House.

Asset tweeted that it was a “no crowd, false speech” and criticized the conservative Fox News for broadcasting it.

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