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Anónimo preguntado en Education & ReferencePreschool · hace 4 meses

Again? Is Donald using another childish blame game to imply that WHO, and not his great leadership, is responsible for his great blunders?

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  • hace 4 meses
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    Yep. In sociology they call it transference. In this case, he takes the blame that should be his and transfers it to WHO.

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  • L
    Lv 4
    hace 2 meses

    Really?  You are obviously a Democrat.  President Trump has made NO blunders.  He is extremely smart, makes great decisions and follows the U.S. Constitution.

    As for the W.H.O. - they continue to tell us certain COVID-19 vaccines will never work when they have been PROVEN to work...........therefore, President Trump wants NOTHING to do with them.  

    When you talk about 'great blunders'.............Obama had a list, of these, a mile long.

    If you prefer Socialism/Communism..........continue to bash him............you will get NOWHERE fast.

  • Kate
    Lv 7
    hace 4 meses

    Trump childeshly blames everyone but himslf for everything. This is what Narcisists do, they shift or transfer the blame to everyone but themselves. He has an inflated image of his own importance and pity help anyone who opposes him or disagrees with him. I would hardly call him a Leader. This is not how Leaders behave.

  • hace 4 meses

    So, you think the WHO is just doing a great job?

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  • hace 4 meses

    All I can tell you is if you're pumping the liberal agenda, look at the cities with the worst #'s and you'll see this isn't your strongest argument. Yes, there are a few good ones, but NewYork, Chicago, New Orleans [my home] Detroit, and so on are the negative sides.

  • So now you’re telling us the president shouldn’t have relied on so called health experts to make policy decisions?

  • hace 4 meses

    You might recall that the WHO Director General went to China in January where he was assured that the virus could not be transmitted between humans.

  • Anónimo
    hace 4 meses

    He is too old to change, he is upset.  According to Forbes, he lost a billion during this crisis and is now worth "only" 2.1 billion.

  • Anónimo
    hace 4 meses

    Yes. The WHO should have ordered him to order shelter in place and social distancing. Since they did not do that The WHO is responsible for him doing nothing.

  • a2yar
    Lv 7
    hace 4 meses

    Yes. Vote the idiot out

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