• iaindryden1

Trumped?

On Trump and coronavirus.


(Hello Y) My first thought is that it’s a campaign move.... second thought had to be deleted because only Tony Blair received that, briefly...

Xxx

Iain

-O-

Funny! No it’s real. Not often reality allowed to penetrate the walls of Trumpworld but there you are. I tried not to smile, we both did, but we completely failed! We wish him a speedy recovery of course. YXX

-O-

Hmm, you’ve made me into a Cheshire Cat

xx I

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Seems like you are not the only one with a few doubts!

Y XX

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/02/us/politics/trump-virus-trust.html

-O-

I feel you can’t trust the man and after his debate debacle it felt this was a ‘smart’ move ... let’s see. The opposition has to play it carefully to avoid anger from the warped American public view of a 'President' though.

Iain Xxx

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To put this into context, Y and her partner are highly respected, effective, powerful individuals who have had a potent influence on the world as we know it. They are compassionate, renowned ecologists. A few months ago, before David Attenborough’s widely seen documentary suggesting the same, we discussed the Coronavirus being in a sense a reaction of nature’s processes coagulating, without intent, to the destructive forces humanity unleashes continually in every ecosystem on Earth.


If the man at the head of the anti-Climate Change debate was hospitalised just before an election, you’d be suspicious, but have sympathy in case he was truly ill…. But when it’s the great liar Trump…?

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