Melanie Trump’s warning to her husband in a new book about COVID-19 in 2020
The former first lady of the United States, Melanie Trump, was concerned that her husband was not paying enough attention to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed millions of people, but Donald Trump responded by revealing how troubled he was in a new book.
For Melanie Trump, her husband was screwing things up, according to the book The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017–2021 by Peter Baker, the top White House correspondent for the New York Times, and Susan Glasser, a staff writer for the New Yorker and a CNN global affairs expert.
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The book, which will be released on Tuesday, describes how Melanie tried to express her annoyance to her husband’s ally over the phone. She voiced her worries to Chris Christie, a former governor of New Jersey.
Trump was making fun of people who were wearing masks as the US was in the thick of combatting the pandemic coronavirus. Injecting them with disinfectants and exposing them to enough sunlight were his recommendations for treating COVID-19.
In a short while, Melania and Donald Trump became infected. Regarding the President catching the virus, many Americans expressed their opinions and claimed that the President had compromised his health.
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The virus is much more dangerous than the flu, according to Trump, who acknowledged this in a February 2020 interview with author Bob Woodward. After contracting the virus, he made these remarks.