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During his time in office, the former president also publicly downplayed the virus' impact and eschewed mandates on safety precautions such as mask-wearing.Trump's remarks in the interview also appeared to be in part to be directed at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, considered a possible Republican contender for president in 2024, who has so far refused to directly answer questions about whether he has received a booster shot.A top Trump adviser who was not authorized to speak publicly about the former president’s state of mind said Trump is not particularly upset with DeSantis and was instead just speaking his mind.“Actually, if you think about it, it plays to Trump’s strength and why voters were attracted to him to begin with — you may not like what he has to say, but he calls them like he sees them and doesn’t try to mince words like typical politicians,” the adviser said.Asked about DeSantis as a challenger, the adviser pointed out that no poll shows him beating Trump in a theoretical 2024 matchup, and DeSantis’s evasive comments about getting a booster were damaging to the governor because it made him look evasive.“Tough to be Trump 2.0 if you can’t be a straight shooter,” the adviser said."Responding to the remarks, DeSantis' spokeswoman, Christina Pushaw, said in an email: "President Trump did not mention Governor DeSantis in that interview, so I wouldn’t want to make assumptions."In a separate interview with NPR released Wednesday, in which he hung up on the host, Trump was asked what advice he would give to unvaccinated Americans.Trump said the Biden administration's vaccine mandates are “hurting our country” and that it has to start promoting and making therapeutics available.

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