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CNN's "New Day" aired a montage of the US president's demeaning remarks.
The radio host also names the most "patriotic" thing the president could do.
The Senate majority leader wants the former US president to keep quiet.
“It is dishonest and destructive and it is done by design."
“There will be some” deaths due to states reopening, he told ABC News, but added, “We can’t sit in the house for the next three years.”
A day after confirming that he was winding down the task force, the US president said he'd changed his mind.
Doris Kearns Goodwin added some perspective to the US president's complaint.
The US president admitted that medical experts would discourage him from making such remarks.
"It’s still going to be, no matter how you look at it, at the very lower end of the plane," the US president said Sunday during a town hall event.
The woman asked the US president to stop his combative language and evasive behaviour towards the press.