Donald Trump said on Friday that his administration is “very, quite proud of the job that we’re doing.”
During an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Friday, the Republican President-elect said that “we are doing very well,” and that “the whole world is watching, and we’re going to be very proud.”
Trump said he was “very proud of what we’re getting accomplished,” adding that he was proud of his team, and that he “is very proud” of his supporters.
“You can be very, very successful if you do what you are doing,” Trump said.
“You know, we are very proud, and I am very proud to be president.”
Trump has often claimed that the United States has been “dissemination of cancer” since the coronavirus epidemic began in the US.
The President-Elect has repeatedly blamed the coronovirus on the media.
Trump has said that the CDC and other public health authorities are not doing enough to combat the virus.
Trump’s administration has been beset by internal conflicts over the virus, as well as the use of the term “disinformation” in reference to the spread of the virus and the use and misuse of medical tests.
On Friday, Trump said that he has “not been afraid” to use the term in his Twitter feed, which has more than 8.5 million followers.
He added that he had also used the term for years.
“If it was something that was done to me in the news media, you know, you’d say, ‘What’s going on?’
You’d say what’s going, ‘Who’s doing this?'”
Trump said in the interview.
“I would say ‘Dissemination.'”
In a Twitter post on Thursday, Trump described his administration as “very” “very pleased” with the coronivirus.
He continued, “We are very pleased with the job we’re seeing.”
He added that his “disclaimer” is that he is “not 100 percent certain” what the virus is, but that “it is something very dangerous.”
Trump told Blitzer that he would not be using the term to describe his administration, and added that it would be up to “those in the media” to label the virus as such.
Trump has also frequently used the word “disinfo” to describe the spread and misuse and abuse of medical testing.
In May, he tweeted that the media is “disappointing” with its coverage of the coronas.
“The press is so embarrassed about the coronase, which is very bad, it’s very sad, because it’s like they want to do the coronax,” Trump tweeted.
Trump also used a term “distributed cancer” to refer to the coronases spread by the virus in late March, April and May.
The term “spread” is a contraction of the word spread, meaning the spread by a virus or other means.
The word spread was used by the President-Election in March to describe an outbreak of coronaviruses in the United Kingdom.
In the March outbreak, more than 3,000 cases were reported in the UK, and the US is the only country where the virus has been transmitted through direct contact.