‘You’re failing’: How Melania slammed Donald Trump over COVID-19

Concerns about the behavior of former US President Donald Trump began shortly after he became part of the world political scene.

His travels, his speeches, intentional or unintentional insults to representatives of countries other than the U.S. have raised questions about whether what he says is true or whether Trump is simply a brilliant showman.

According to the new book, “The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021,” however, some of Trump’s wildest claims came pretty close to becoming reality.

In it, authors Peter Baker, White House correspondent for The New York Times, and Susan Glasser, a New Yorker writer and CNN global affairs analyst, conclude that Donald Trump’s four-year presidency has moved in a direction that could have done serious damage to the US and the world.

The authors based their book on conversations with some of Trump’s senior advisers and on two interviews with Trump himself, conducted at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, and the stories are dizzying.

From a top general who feared Trump would authorize a strike on Iran, to a billionaire friend who persuaded him to buy Greenland, and a dozen senior officials who considered mass resignations amid the chaos.

Even his wife, former first lady Melania Trump, has not spared her criticism of the president’s policy on the coronavirus.

In front of the two journalists, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie claimed that he had a conversation with Melania Trump in which she sought his assistance in persuading the US president to take the COVID-19 pandemic more seriously.

“You’re failing. This is serious. It’s going to get really bad if you don’t do something,” the first lady told the president, according to Christie, to which Trump replied, “You’re worrying too much.”

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In addition to the differing views among the US first family, the book examines in detail the concerns of the national security team.

According to an administration official, Chief of Staff Mark Milley had reason to worry that Trump could spark a conflict with Iran in his final days in the White House. Or “accidentally” lead to a nuclear war with North Korea.

Tensions with Iran were also felt within the walls of his Mar-a-Lago mansion. At one cocktail party around the 2020 holidays, Trump told his guests he had to leave early for Washington because he feared Iran was planning an assassination attempt on him in retaliation for the assassination of their top general earlier in the year.

At the same time, a senior White House official told the journalists who wrote the book that Trump had planned to withdraw the US from NATO, and if that had happened, the current war in Ukraine would have looked different.

Another source from the president’s entourage suggests that the Russian head of state, Vladimir Putin, had classified documents against Trump. The source says this because he himself cannot explain why, at the meeting in Helsinki between the two leaders, the American president defended Putin, rejecting the data of American intelligence agencies about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

It is also clear from the book “The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021” that Donald Trump’s attempts to buy Greenland were at a much more advanced stage than previously thought.

“I looked at the map and said, ‘Why shouldn’t I own this?’ .

The idea for the deal came from his close friend and heir to a cosmetics empire, Ron Lauder. He suggested that then-National Security Adviser John Bolton seek side routes to the Danish government to seal the deal.


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This led to senior national security advisers secretly negotiating with the Danish ambassador to the US for months on the sale of Greenland.

But in the end, public revelations about Trump’s plans thwarted his intentions and caused a wave of outrage, both in Greenland and Denmark, that prevented the US from increasing its role in this strategic area.

In response, Donald Trump called the Danish leader a “scumbag” for rejecting his idea and canceled his trip to Copenhagen.

In the conclusion of their book “The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021,” authors Peter Baker and Susan Glasser also write that the testimony they describe can be seen as a prediction, because Trump aides told CNN, that he intends to return to the White House in 2025, continuing to impose his own brand of politics.

The reason is secret documents that the former president illegally took with him when leaving the White House

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