NPR Questions Trump’s Virus Recovery, Mental Stability: 'Not in the Right Sound Mind'

NPR Questions Trump’s Virus Recovery, Mental Stability: 'Not in the Right Sound Mind'


National Public Radio’s (NPR) weekend news programs questioned whether Trump has recovered from the coronavirus and whether his mental state might cause him to act recklessly.

On Weekend Edition Saturday, host Scott Simon spoke with left-wing Ron Elving, senior editor and correspondent at NPR who provided glowing reports on Barack Obama for eight years.

“Ron, there is a growing list of people concerned about the president’s health right now in all ways, isn’t there?” Simon said.

“Concerned – yes,” Elving said. “And it should be a concern for all of us.”

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“But among those expressing worry this week was Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” Elving said. “She’s proposing a commission of health professionals and others to assess future presidents’ fitness.” Elving replied”

Also, Rick Bright, the former director of government work on a coronavirus vaccine, he told CNN this week that someone who’s undergone these therapies – the steroid, the cocktail of experimental

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