‘I didn’t lie’ to Americans about coronavirus risks

President Donald Trump on Thursday insisted “I didn’t lie” to the American public about the severity of coronavirus, despite having told journalist Bob Woodward in March that he’d been intentionally downplaying the virus’s potential impact.

Immediately after telling reporters he hadn’t lied, the president seemed to acknowledge painting a rosier picture than the reality. “What I said is we have to be calm. We can’t be panicked,” Trump said.

He then sidestepped a question about…

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