Not worth my ‘time and effort’

Not worth my ‘time and effort’

Not worth my ‘time and effort’

President Donald Trump is threatening to stop daily briefings on the White House coronavirus, not because of public protests over his comments about disinfectant injection, or because his statements are being used against him in attack ads. from Joe Biden, but because journalists ask too many "hostile questions.".

As the world runs out of words to account for or describe the unhinged rantings of President Donald Trump when it comes to his daily briefings on the coronavirus pandemic that has rocked the United States and other nations, a new analysis published Sunday details a shocking lack of sympathy expressed by the nation's highest ranking elected official.

"What is the objective of having White House news conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions" and "refuses to report the truth or facts?" he asked. Instead, he's moving to Twitter to get the recognition he deserves and continue his war with fake news. "Not worth the time & effort!", Trump wrote on Twitter.

The President ire was evidently sparked by the debacle following Thursday's briefing in which he wondered if disinfectants and ultraviolet rays could be injected or introduced inside the human body to kill the coronavirus.

"And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute, one minute, and is there a way we can do something like that?"

"What is the goal of having White House News Conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions, & then refuses to report the truth or facts accurately", he tweeted. "You're going to see numbers as bad as anything we've ever seen before", Hassett said, referring to USA economic data. So it would be interesting to check that.

Trump's advisers want to hone a list of five or six ideas to present to Congress to help clear the economic carnage, Hassett said.

"It is very frustrating to feel like you're constantly the object of unfair critique, but it has been that way for four years and I don't think he needs to punch down the individual reporters during these White House briefings", Gowdy said, urging the president to "let the doctors handle those questions".

"Americans want to see their president out front, leading the country through hard periods, and that's exactly what President Trump is doing", Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh told NBC News last month. That's compared to 13 cases over the same time period previous year.

On Thursday that the USA leader stunned audiences by stating physicians might treat individuals infected with the coronavirus by shining ultraviolet light within their bodies, or with shots of family disinfectant.

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