The three worst moments from Trump's newest Axios interview - 2020-08-04

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F1.png The three worst moments from Trump's newest Axios interview August 4, 2020, Inae Oh, Mother Jones

For the second time in less than a month, President Donald Trump sat down for a mildly tough interview, which aired Monday on HBO, during which he was confronted with facts and some of his most glaring falsehoods were appropriately challenged. It was a sweeping conversation with Axios' Jonathan Swan that produced a string of jaw-dropping and maddening moments. But even in the long list of appalling remarks from the president, the worst exchanges are likely to be remembered as these.

"You can't do that."

In a heated back and forth, Trump and Swan sparred over the best statistics to assess the United States' response to the coronavirus pandemic. Trump falsely asserted that US deaths from the virus are "lower" than anywhere in the world, rifling through a disorganized stack of printed charts to somehow back the absurd claim. "Lower than the world? In what?" Swan asked.

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