Sport Coronavirus: "There was no management of the crisis by Trump", tackle Marc Levy

05:55  29 may  2020
05:55  29 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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President Donald Trump set out to steady a rattled nation and a diving economy in a solemn Oval Office address, but instead sowed more confusion and doubts that he is up to handling the fast-worsening coronavirus crisis .

Marc Levy a dressé un portrait au vitriol de Donald Trump, qu'il accuse de mal gérer la crise du coronavirus aux États-Unis. Invité du © Supplied by Europe 1 Marc Levy drew a vitriolic portrait of Donald Trump, whom he accuses of mismanaging the crisis coronavirus in the United States. Guest of the "Big Evening News" on Tuesday, the author, who has lived in New York since 2008, also explained why he did not publish books like the other behemoths in the sector.

He does not carry Donald Trump in his heart. Guest of the "Grand journal du soir" this Tuesday to explain why he did not choose, like other behemoths of the French book, to release a new work after confinement, Marc Levy who lives in New York since 2008 was asked about the coronavirus crisis management by the President. And the least we can say is that he totally disagrees with the way of the White House tenant.

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Donald Trump "only manages his ego"

"There was no management of the crisis by Donald Trump", states immediately author of Ghost in love. "He manages only his ego and there is no humanity, no empathy in this man. Yesterday [Monday, note] was a public holiday in the United States, Memorial Day, during which the fallen are celebrated , but it was also the 100,000 reported coronavirus deaths in the country. And Donald Trump spent his day playing golf while insulting a veteran for being a Democrat. So the last thing we can attribute to him is to manage anything, except what can bring him money, power or ego. "

Marc Levy: "Donald Trump only manages his ego and his personality. There is no humanity in this man." pic.twitter.com/FcTkVKuBxt

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- Europe 1 (@ Europe1) May 26, 2020 "This year, I am preparing something more important"

This political parenthesis completed, Marc Levy returned to literary news in explaining therefore why his name will not appear on the cover of a book for some time. "This year, I'm preparing something more important, it's a surprise that requires a lot of work, so I had planned to take the time to complete it. Perhaps this is the advantage of having written 20 pounds, there is no obligation or constraint. "

Besides, the best-selling author specifies that "he would not have wanted to release a novel anyway now", since "a great part of the joy of [his] work is to share it with [ his] readers ". This is naturally impossible, when barrier gestures and physical distance are still required in France, two weeks after the start of deconfinement.

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