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White House Turncoat Email Leaks About Trump

Virologist and Trump Administration advisor Steven Hatfill is the latest in a very tired trend of former White House insiders cashing in on the Trump name to shill a “tell-all” book that is retreading ground that only benefits the Democrats in Congress and unfortunately a whole trove of his emails were just leaked to their latest witch hunt. Virtually nothing new is revealed in the “critical mistakes” that the Monday morning quarterbacks in the House select subcommittee on the pandemic have revealed, but the maneuver is definitely going to boost Hatfill’s week one book sales.

‘Email Leaks’ That Tell Us Nothing New And Only Regurgitate Dems Talking Points

Trump adviser Steven Hatfill told The Washington Post that “he stood by his private predictions about the nation’s lack of pandemic preparedness and claimed that Trump had been misled by bad advice from Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who became a foil for Navarro. Hatfill also said federal officials often played down the risks of public health crises.”

“Historically, the government has been reluctant to fully inform the public in hopes of quelling panic,” Hatfill said in a statement, criticizing the Obama administration’s handling of the 2014 Ebola outbreak.

He is also set to be the latest Trump Administration Official to cash in on his time in the WhiteHouse with another turncoat tell-all. “The former White House official on Tuesday is set to announce a new memoir, “In Trump Time: A Journal of America’s Plague Year,”

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 Hatfill wrote to trade director Peter Navarro:

“In truth we do not have a clue how many are infected in the USA. We are expecting the first wave to spread in the U.S. within the next 7 days. This will be accompanied by a massive loss of credibility and the Democratic accusations are just now beginning. This must be countered with frank honesty about the situation and decisive direct actions that are being taken and can be seen in the broadcast news.”

 Navarro privately warned Trump in a March 1, 2020, memo that the federal response was “NOT fast enough” and that a “very serious public health emergency” was looming.

“We are, really, very highly prepared for anything,” Trump said in a March 6 visit to the CDC, inaccurately claiming that “anybody that wants a test can get a test”

A book regarding the COVID19 crisis should be expected from the author of “Three Seconds Until Midnight” published in 2019 which examined “current preparedness and unpreparedness for a devastating future influenza pandemic.” You really can’t blame the man who avowedly supported President Trump’s efforts to secure our elections in the fallout of the corrupted 2020 vote for wanted to write about the situation he predicted two years before it actually happening… more or less.

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