Maxine Waters Says Trump Is A ‘Liar’ Who ‘Needs To Shut His Mouth’ About Coronavirus

Congresswoman Maxine Waters told CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Manu Raju on Wednesday that President Donald Trump is a “liar,” who should “shut his mouth” when it comes to the subject of the coronavirus outbreak.

Waters said, “It’s been said over and over again that you cannot trust this president. Not only is he a liar, he does not believe in anything scientific.”

‘He needs to shut his mouth’

“So the President of the United States cannot be relied upon,” she added. “Someone said he needs to be quiet.”

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“He needs to shut his mouth,” Waters said. “And he should do that and allow CDC and NIH and others to deal with this issue and to help us through it.”

Waters wants the THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNTED STATES to not say anything about a declared global pandemic? Seriously?

Waters is a long time Trump critic so this mindless blather was nothing new from her.

But if President Trumps is as bad as Waters constantly says he is, he should be pretty easy to beat in November, right?

Mrs. Waters isn’t sure about that.

Waters Isn’t Sure Biden Can Beat Bernie

On Tuesday, Waters couldn’t say she definitely believed Joe Biden could beat Trump in the general election.

“It’s not about who you like. It’s about now watching and understanding who can beat Trump,” Waters told Just the News reporter Nicholas Ballasy.

When asked directly if she thought Biden could beat Trump, the congresswoman responded, “I don’t know, but we’ll see.”


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Waters also compared Biden’s many gaffes to Trump’s mental state.

“Nobody has made more gaffes and told more lies than the president of the United States of America.”
“How dare he talk about somebody’s gaffes?” Waters said.

How dare Maxine Waters talk about anyone else’s gaffes?!?

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