Jason Miller, the senior adviser to President Trump’s campaign, said Sunday that Trump is “not at…
Jason Miller, the senior adviser to President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump slams Nevada governor at rally, takes aim at mail-in voting Former NFL coach Mike Holmgren slams Trump pandemic response, throws support to Biden Watch Live: Trump rallies supporters in Nevada MORE’s campaign, said Sunday that Trump is “not at all” currently downplaying the severity of the coronavirus pandemic after the president told journalist Bob Woodward he was in February.
“I think the president is accurately saying that Americans are starting to safely and responsibly reopen all around the country,” Miller told ABC’s “This Week,” adding that Americans “want life to return to normal.”
The senior adviser’s comments come after interviews between Trump and Woodward were released last week in which the president said he downplayed the threat of the coronavirus pandemic in public to avoid a panic, despite being aware the novel coronavirus was “more deadly” than the flu. Woodward conducted the interviews for his new book “Rage” set to be released this week.
Miller emphasized on “This Week” that the “key differential” between Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Joe BidenTrump slams Nevada governor at rally, takes aim at mail-in voting Former NFL coach Mike Holmgren slams Trump pandemic response, throws support to Biden Trump leans into foreign policy amid domestic disapproval MORE is that Biden “wants everyone to stay locked in their basement forever” during the pandemic.
“President Trump wants to be safe, responsible, get us back open,” Miller added.
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