Amanda Kluts on Trump’s Covid comments: Nick Cordero’s widow describes the president’s view as “a dagger in the heart”

Amanda Kluts on Trump's Covid comments: Nick Cordero's widow describes the president's view as "a dagger in the heart"
“It was almost like a bowel movement,” Amanda Kluts told CNN correspondent Chris Cuomo Tuesday night. “It brought us back … everything we went through.” The actor and singer Cordero, who nominated Tony, has faced complications from the virus, including a leg amputation. Kluts previously said he fought off disease for 95 days.

“Don’t be afraid,” said Kluts, crying. “We were afraid every day.” “To tell someone not to be afraid of this disease that has claimed a life, that has claimed more than 200,000 lives, and that has claimed more than a million lives. It is just like a dagger in the heart.”

“Not only was he controlling the lives of the people we lost, he controlled the families of these people, and he controlled and still is, the hospital, the health heroes who were working every day to save my husband,” Kluts said. In response to the president’s statements. “It has been dominated by people who have lost their jobs and small businesses that have closed and will not reopen.

“He has dominated everything,” she said, adding that the president “owes America an apology.”

“He had an opportunity, since he was Covid … using the two days he suffered in hospital to communicate with us, to communicate with the world, to communicate with the USA and he did not. Instead, instead of showing sympathy and heart, he showed his bragging nature and how well he was doing. “.

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