Appearing on “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos. Rahm Emanuel argued the coronavirus could be “devastating” for President Trump’s reelection bid.
This administration right now looks like they couldn’t organize a one-car parade and I think here’s what’s devastating for Donald Trump — beyond the fact that this requires science, management, data and being transparent, which are all his weaknesses — you’re going to have a point that within about two months where you can’t have big events together.
He is not going to be able to have his rallies, and it is going to psychologically — the office is isolating enough, and his inability to get the admiration, the adulation from that crowds is going to psychologically torment him.
And his isolation is going to get more intense, and his tweets are going to get more vicious.
.@RahmEmanuel on potential impact of COVID-19 on Pres. Trump: "He is not going to be able to have his rallies…the office is isolating enough, and his inability to get the admiration, the adulation from that crowds is going to psychologically torment him" https://t.co/1EdPxMtmrx pic.twitter.com/Hg4dXJaylS
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) March 8, 2020
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