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Watch Trump say he 'takes full responsibility' for COVID-19 by saying 'it's China's fault'

It’s the last time we need to see Donald Trump debate. Win, lose, or fascism, Trump won’t be a part of another presidential debate for some time. The first question brought up was about Trump and his horrific handling of the public health crisis that we are now living under. Biden made it clear that Trump’s continued inability to accept the responsibilities of his office and in particular his responsibility for taking care of the American response to the COVID-19 pandemic are why our country is in this situation. 

It was at this point that Donald Trump gave this heroic statement: “I take full responsibility. It's not my fault that it came here. It's China's fault.”

That’s verbatim.

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