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The body language of the COVID-19 team members sitting behind him was that of profound disbelief at what they had just heard.
And yet we have Republican senators in the U.S., members of congress and aides defending him, saying that his words were taken out of context.
But we can see the news clip for ourselves and hear his words. Exactly what did we take of context?
So back to the original question, why is his approval rating remaining so high?
This incident on it’s own should be enough to make his most ardent supporters nervous.
But then when you add it to all the outrageous statements and lies he has been spouting publicly over the past three and a half years, why isn’t his approval rating where it belongs — in single digits?
Ken Brown, Windsor
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