Once Again, Trump Makes a Fool of Himself at His Daily Press Conference; South Korea's Moon's Top Secret Plot to Get Back at Kim Jongun

Donald Trump is always strutting around from one place to another, so long as a camera is nearby.


On a daily basis, because of Xi Jinping’s gift to the world, Trump assembles former Indiana conservative talk show host Mike Pence, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and others who are part of Trump’s Federal Goverment, for a news conference.


The goal of those news conferences is for Trump to try to impress his base with the illusion that he’s fully in charge of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has now caused 300 deaths in the United States.


But the governors are doing a much better job (https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/21/opinions/trump-governors-leadership-zelizer/index.html), especially the Empire State’s Andrew Cuomo.


As always, associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, who is with Trump 24/7, attends those news conferences, often accompanied by associate solitary reporter Keith Coleman.


Today, in a televised back and forth, Trump’s top infectious disease Doctor, Anthony Fauci, flatly refuted several of Trump’s blatant lies about how quickly a vaccine can be developed (https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020/03/20/trump-anthony-fauci-coronavirus-drugs-gupta-ip-vpx.cnn).


Unknown to anyone else at the press conference, associate solitary reporters Jones and Coleman distinctly told Trump, offstage, that (1) our Liar-in-Chief is grossly overweight (2) that when it comes to COVID-19, he hasn’t the faintest idea what he’s talking about (3) that he should never even think about showing up at Pence’s daily press briefings.


Meawhile, Trump’s close personal friend, Kim Jongun, tossed three of his missiles into the Sea of Japan in a vain attempt to frighten South Korea’s Moon Jae-in (https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/20/asia/north-korea-missiles/index.html), at the same time that Dictator-for-Life Kim announced that Trump had sent him an offer to help Kim with infectious disease issues (https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/21/politics/north-korea-trump/index.html).


South Korea has many COVID-19 cases, but, as of press time, we have yet to hear Kim release any information about COVID-19 in the DPRK.


Which is why our Seoul-based associate solitary reporter, Ko Il-sun, just spoke with President Moon, who told him of his plans, early tomorrow morning, to arrange, in a Top Secret Manner, to smuggle twelve patriotic South Koreans across the DMZ for some face-to-face chats with North Korean prisoners, in retaliation for Kim’s tossing three unfriendly missiles into the Sea of Japan.


All this, after Trump whined about how China should have told him earlier about the obvious threat of COVID-19 — thus showing, once again, Trump’s tendency to blame somebody else for his own manifest shortcomings (https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/21/politics/trump-china-told-us-coronavirus/index.html).