Donald Trump wanted Covid-19 to “knock out” his former National Security Advisor, John Bolton, as a new book will reveal as a hot summer of more colorful revelations about the controversial former president runs out of competing tomes.
The impending nightmare scenario is claiming in addition to it tell how Trump spoke out in favor of shipping Americans who were infected with the coronavirus abroad to Guantánamo Bay prison.
Other keynote speakers on various aspects of the chaotic Trump administration will compete for the next best-seller on the controversial former White House resident.
Nightmare Scenario by Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta of the Washington Post gives a report on Trump’s mismanagement of the pandemic and how members of his administration tried to prevent health officials and doctors from giving the public proper information about the virus that has arrived look and until now has killed more than 600,000 Americans.
Annoyed by Bolton who just got one explosive book about his time in the White House that Trump tried and failed to block last year, Trump wished his former aide disease, according to the Axios website on Wednesday.
At a meeting in 2020, the book said, National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow suppressed a cough as people froze in the room around him.
“Trump waved his hands in front of his face as if he was jokingly fending off flying virus particles, and then he smiled. “I was just kidding,” he had said. “Larry will never get Covid. He will beat it with his optimism, “the authors wrote, adding, Trump then said,” ‘John Bolton … Hopefully Covid will get John out.
The conversation is just one of several recounted in the book, which tells new details about how Trump claimed the virus would “just go away” while ridiculing public health experts.
Then, just a month before the November 2020 election, Trump announced that he and First Lady Melania Trump had contracted the virus.
When asked about the quote by Axios, Bolton said, “Deceived me – I thought he was relying on his lawyers.”
Out next Tuesday, Nightmare Scenario is part of a deluge of books set to reveal the former president’s final year.
Bolton published The Room Where It Happened last year about his time as National Security Advisor in 2018 and 2019. The growing dissatisfaction among men peaked in September 2019 when Bolton lobbied to prevent Trump from reaching a peace deal with to sign the Taliban at Camp David, a successful endeavor Bolton wrote about at the time.
Meanwhile, the Washington Post’s Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker hit I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year on July 20 just before Michael Wolffs landslide on July 27th.
I Alone Can Fix It, takes on the biggest challenges of Trump last year – the pandemic, the protests after the assassination of George Floyd, the presidential elections and the uprising in the Capitol by the then president’s own supporters and sets out to reveal who has encouraged and dissuaded Trump from his decisions.
The title of the book by Leonnig and Rucker goes back to 2016 Republican National Convention Speech in which Trump referred to himself as America’s Savior by saying, “I have entered the political arena so that those in power can no longer beat up people who cannot defend themselves. Nobody knows the system better than I do, so I can fix it on my own. “
The duo documented the first three years of the Trump presidency in bestseller No. 1 “A Very Stable Genius”.