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Donald Trump stormed out of his latest coronavirus press conference in the White House Rose Garden on Monday evening after again taking exception to questions from two female reporters, his latest meltdown over the crisis.
Before his spat with CBS reporter Weijia Jiang and Kaitlin Collins of CNN, the president had spent the session overstating his administrations testing capabilities for the virus and claiming the US had prevailed over it, despite recording over 1.3m cases of infection and more than 81,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
Trump said 300,000 tests are now being performed each day in the US, claiming it will go up substantially from that number but, as usual, did not provide supporting data.
He also claimed that illegal immigration at the US southern border with Mexico is down (well) and dimissed the significance of two West Wing staff testing positive for the disease: Things happen.
As another correspondent noted, Covid-19 is not the only plague to have struck the White House, it seems:
John T Bennett was watching on.