CNN’s Dana Bash said Thursday that President Trump refusal to say if he was tested on the day for the first presidential debate is “not something you forget.”
“If the President took a test the night of the debate, he would have said ‘I took a test the night of the debate,'” Bash said. “His non-answer was an answer.”
At Trump’s town hall with NBC, he said he did not recall taking a coronavirus test before the first presidential debate with former Vice President Joe Biden.
“I don’t know, I don’t even remember. I test all the time. I can tell you this. After the debate, like, I guess, a day or so, I think it was Thursday evening, maybe even late Thursday evening, uh, I tested positive. That’s when I first found out,” the President said.
Bash cited former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s statement about the severity of his coronavirus diagnosis and hospitalization and his call for Americans to take the pandemic seriously.
“The leaders of this country, meaning the President, even though he didn’t say it, have to stop being so cavalier about this,” Bash said. “And not getting a test and putting in danger the people who are in that room, including his opponent for the presidency is as cavalier and careless as it can be.”
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