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Written by Washington Post correspondents Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta and based on interviews with 180 people in the Donald Trump administration, the book “Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration’s Struggle with the Epidemic That Changed History” shed light on the first days of the epidemic.
There were some interesting details in parts of the book, which is due for release on June 29, leaked to the press.
In the book in question, Trump said at a meeting held in February 2020 where it was discussed to bring home the Americans who caught Kovid-19 abroad: “Isn’t there an island to put these people? What about Guantanamo? We only care about commercial goods, not the virus. ”Reportedly said.
It was noted that Trump’s aides vehemently opposed the idea when Trump voiced it for the second time, so the idea was never voiced again.
In addition, Trump was greatly disturbed by the testing crisis in the early days of the epidemic and shouted to those around him during a meeting on March 18, 2020, “I am going to lose the election because of these tests. What idiot put the responsibility for the testing on the federal government? ”Said Said.
GUANTANAMO IS CALLED FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
Former US President Barack Obama pledged to close the Guantanamo prison, where the United States assembles terrorist suspects captured and arrested abroad after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Obama last transferred detainees from Guantanamo in early January 2017, just before handing over to Donald Trump, leaving 40 people in jail.
During the election campaign, Trump announced that he would not close the controversial detention center, where human rights violations were also involved.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told her daily press conference on February 12 that President Joe Biden’s administration plans to shut down Guantanamo Bay by the end of their 4-year term.
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