Is Donald Trump a false Christian

Trump: "Jesus Christ more famous than me"

US President Donald Trump does not consider himself, but Jesus Christ, to be the most famous person in the world. Trump said at a campaign rally in Greenville, South Carolina, yesterday: “The other day someone said to me that you are by far the most famous person in the world. I said no, I'm not. "

The person in question then asked him who was more famous than him. “I said: Jesus Christ.” The US president added with a laugh: “I am not taking any chances.” With a look up at the sky, he said to the laughter of his followers: “And let me look up and say it is not even close."

Wrong statement about masks

Even after his Covid-19 illness, which has now been overcome, Trump doubts the sense of masks in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus. "85 percent of people who wear a mask catch it," he said at the campaign appearance. He incorrectly referred to data from the CDC health authority.

In fact, according to a CDC investigation, 85 percent of a group of coronavirus infected people stated in July that they had often or always wore a mask in the 14 days before. According to experts, cloth masks protect other people from infected wearers of mouth and nose protection - not the wearer himself. Trump and the vast majority of his supporters did not wear mouth and nose protection when campaigning. "Masks, not masks, you can do anything you want, but you still need the boss's help," said the president, pointing towards heaven and obviously referring to God.

Trump referred to statements by leading US health expert Anthony Fauci, who had advised against wearing masks at the beginning of the pandemic. When Trump mentioned Fauci's name, there were occasional boos. "But he's a nice guy, so I'll keep him around," Trump said. The Republican insinuated Fauci: “He's a Democrat, everyone knows that.” Fauci recently protested against being quoted in a Trump election video without his consent. The renowned immunologist has worked under both Democratic and Republican presidents.