Brian Morgenstern: COVID 19 "Risks Are Only Going Down"

WH Deputy Director of Communications Joins the Zeoli Show

The Rich Zeoli Show
October 06, 2020 - 4:40 pm
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White House Deputy Director of Communications, Brian Morgenstern, joined The Rich Zeoli Show, to discuss President Trump returning to the White House after being treated for COVID-19 at Walter Reed Medical Center and his positive outlook on treatments and the coming vaccine. 


“These are treatments that have been fast-tracked to market through the President’s leadership and really moving the gears of Government faster than any other President has been able to do.”


Morgenstern continued, “Now his own health is benefiting from it. So, it’s a great sort of case study, an example, to the American people that you don’t have to be afraid.” 


Morgenstern dispelled any rumors that have been circulating that staffers within the White House were afraid to return to work. 


“We’ve known what to do for months. This is really some fear-mongering that I just do not buy into. I’m there, I’m not scared. People around me, all the people I’m working with all the great Patriots, are not scared or anxious. We know what to do and we have for many months.” 


Morgenstern continued, “We do the protocols that we’ve been taught to do for many months. So we’re just doing that again and it’s fine. We’re carrying on the work of the American people. Some of us are doing it remotely, some of us are still able to do it in the office but we’re carrying on just as the President is.” 


The Deputy Director of Communications concluded, “We’ve seen the standard of care get better and better. Day by day, week by week, month by month and it’s only getting better. The risks are only going down and that’s something that I want the American people to understand.” 


Listen to the full interview below: