White House News (白宮消息) | Sep. 11, 2020

September 10, 2020
President Trump Remarks in Freeland, Michigan
During a campaign appearance in Freeland, Michigan, President Trump touts his domestic and foreign policy accomplishments, goes after Joe Biden’s record, and criticizes Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward, calling him a “whackjob.”

President Donald Trump says he’s running for reelection to ‘keep jobs in Michigan’

Sep. 10 - FREELAND, MI -- President Donald Trump railed against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s record on the economy and promised a quick recovery while campaigning in Michigan on Thursday.
Trump claimed he “saved the U.S. auto industry,” and touted his rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement, claiming Biden allowed jobs to leave the country. Biden just one day prior visited Michigan himself to unveil his plan to boost job growth. Both candidates visited counties Trump flipped in 2016, playing a key role in helping him become the first Republican to win Michigan in nearly three decades.

“From Grand Rapids to Saginaw, from Kalamazoo to Mackinac and from Flint to right here in Freeland ... This is the state where tough, strong, determined workers made America into the greatest and most powerful nation in the history of the world.” Trump said toward the end of his 1-hour-and-20 minute speech.
Biden and his supporters have highlighted his work to support Michigan during the 2009 bailout of General Motors and Chrysler, and to support Detroit during its bankruptcy. Michigan Democrats have often said Biden “saved” the auto industry...     more
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Sep 11, 2020
If Woodward is right, Trump let Americans die for political gains

Sep. 11 - U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has been uniquely fraught with scandal. As expected, there's been dozens of books published about his presidency. Through them, we've learned (allegedly) that Trump didn't want nor expect his presidential campaign to win, that he went to the movies while his brother died alone in a hospital and that the White House has "no coherent basis, no strategy, no philosophy." The president also concealed the danger of the coronavirus from the public, according to journalist Bob Woodward's upcoming book, "Rage."

Woodward pieces together a very disturbing timeline of events in regards to Trump's private attitude toward the spread of the coronavirus. They detail exactly how much the presidency was aware of the dangers while publicly downplaying it.
"I wanted to always play it down," Trump allegedly told Woodward on March 19, adding "I still like playing it down, because I don't want to create a panic." As the president began urging states to reopen in April, he had allegedly told Woodward "it's so easily transmissible, you wouldn't even believe it."

And most disturbingly, while the president repeatedly said that children are "almost immune" when discussing his desire for schools to reopen, he privately told Woodward on one occasion that "just today and yesterday, some startling facts came out. It's not just old, older. Young people too – plenty of young people."...     more