Trump news – President calls Obama ‘grossly incompetent’ as advisers defend administration’s coronavirus response

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters on the South Lawn as he departs the White House on Marine One: AP

Barack Obama‘s criticism of his response to the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump said he hadn’t seen Mr Obama’s comments, but called his predecessor "grossly incompetent".” data-reactid=”17″>On his return from Camp David, President Donald Trump was asked by reporters if he had a response to former president Barack Obama‘s criticism of his response to the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump said he hadn’t seen Mr Obama’s comments, but called his predecessor “grossly incompetent”.

Mr Obama warned the pandemic has shown that many high levels officials “aren’t even pretending to be in charge” as the US nears 90,000 virus deaths.

Obamagate" scandal, and talked about possible repercussions for Chinese companies in retaliation for Beijing’s handling of the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. He also claimed in a tweet that the country is "doing REALLY well, medically".” data-reactid=”19″>Today in an interview with Fox News, the president doubled down on his accusations regarding the alleged “Obamagate” scandal, and talked about possible repercussions for Chinese companies in retaliation for Beijing’s handling of the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. He also claimed in a tweet that the country is “doing REALLY well, medically”.

Eric Trump, claimed that the Democrats were taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic response to handicap the Trump campaign and that it would "magically go away" after November’s election.” data-reactid=”20″>Meanwhile, his son, Eric Trump, claimed that the Democrats were taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic response to handicap the Trump campaign and that it would “magically go away” after November’s election.

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