The most bizarre things he’s said.

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On April 14 AEST, United States President Donald Trump held a press conference totalling two hours and 23 minutes

On April 21 AEST, he finished the day’s briefing with an eight and a half minute uninterrupted monologue covering Nancy Pelosi, the media and for five full minutes, he repeated how millions would have died from COVID-19 without his leadership.

Plus, sandwiched in between those conferences, held a week apart, Trump said a lot more.

Some of it isn’t true. Some of it doesn’t make sense. Some more is just downright dangerous.

Let’s keep it simple, with a list of the most ridiculous things to come out of the mouth of Donald Trump in just the past seven days:

  • “So we have the biggest economy, the greatest economy we have ever had, the highest employment numbers, the best employment numbers, best unemployment numbers, also, the best of everything.”

On April 14, Trump…

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