President Donald Trump was lying about COVID-19 all the way back in the spring, claiming it was a flu and it would go away in April when it got warm. It got worse. But Trump repeated the claim again, this time blaming it on Democrats. He along with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) alleged that after the election was over governors and mayors wouldn’t talk about COVID-19 ever again.
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