GOP Group Highlights Donald Trump's Dystopian Coronavirus Response

George Conway's Lincoln Project calls out the president's daily doses of “dangerous and ill-informed nonsense" with its latest attack ad.

President Donald Trump’s ongoing attempt to rewrite his widely panned response to the coronavirus pandemic is the focus of a Republican group’s new attack ad.

Trump rates his handling of the crisis as a “10,” boasts about the high TV ratings of daily coronavirus task force briefings and claims to have been “right a lot” in the video ― titled “Dystopia” ― that the anti-Trump Lincoln Project released online Tuesday.

Check it out here:

“Americans need a president upon whom they can rely on for factual information regarding the state of the nation,” the group captioned the 30-second clip. It called out Trump for delivering daily doses of “dangerous and ill-informed nonsense.”

Trump last week pondered injecting disinfectant as a possible cure for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. He later claimed he was just being sarcastic.

Lincoln Project founder George Conway, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, has since helped the mocking nickname “President Pine-Sol” trend worldwide on Twitter:

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