Fox News Host Juan Williams Destroys Donald Trump In Op-Ed

Written by on March 15, 2021

Fox Information’ Juan Williams veered from the community’s ordinary pro-Donald Trump stance to ship a punishing blow to the previous president’s wobbly legacy.

Williams, a political analyst and co-host of “The 5,” asserted in an opinion piece Monday that Trump will likely be remembered for his suits of envy and catastrophic missteps within the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The underside line is that he produced the best failure of presidential management in historical past,” Williams wrote in The Hill.

The Fox Information persona laid out his case for Trump’s mishandling of the pandemic and wrote that whereas the previous president deserved some credit score for beginning vaccine manufacturing, he merited it for nothing else. He highlighted President Joe Biden’s more practical administration of the vaccine distribution, citing statistics and approval scores to sentence the twice-impeached Trump and construct a optimistic case for the brand new administration’s preliminary weeks in workplace.

Juan Williams blasted Donald Trump's mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Juan Williams blasted Donald Trump’s mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.

He targeted on one of the damning numbers: the demise toll.

“In January, Trump’s final month within the White Home, the nation had the very best variety of COVID-19 deaths for the reason that pandemic started. Shortly after he left workplace, the virus demise toll topped 500,000,” Williams wrote. “With Biden within the White Home, the nation has turned that round in 50 days.”

Williams pointed to falling an infection charges and ramped-up vaccination beneath Biden, and he admonished Trump for his “whiny” response to Biden’s prime-time handle on the pandemic final week. “If I wasn’t President, you’ll be getting that lovely ‘shot’ for five years, at greatest, and doubtless wouldn’t be getting it in any respect. I hope everybody remembers!” Trump wrote.

“Trump will get his want to be remembered,” Williams wrote. “He will likely be remembered for his jealous rage.”

Williams, a frequent critic of Trump, beforehand accused colleagues on “The 5” of ignoring damning proof from the Capitol riot throughout Trump’s second impeachment trial. “I assume you’re afraid of it as a result of it’s a reminder,” he snapped.

In December, Williams introduced he had contracted COVID-19.

Learn Williams’ full opinion piece in The Hill.


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