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Woodward claims he sat on Trump coronavirus remarks for 6 months in order to do more fact checking

Business Insider Wednesday, 9 September 2020
Bob Woodward, who interviewed Trump in February, is defending his decision not to reveal the president's private concerns about COVID-19.
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According to a new book, the president's decision to publicly downplay the severity of the coronavirus was intentional. That book written by journalist Bob Woodward who interviewed the president several times.

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