Dear editor,

We now know that President Donald Trump was not just naive and uniformed about the danger of COVID-19. At least by Feb. 7, he knew the seriousness of the disease and its chief method of spread, as evidenced by his conversation with Bob Woodward. 

While I don’t think Trump intended for his supporters to die or become sick when they attended his rallies, masks not-required, social distancing not required; the welfare of his supporters just wasn’t a priority. His own self-aggrandizement was. 

Insurance companies call that behavior “wanton disregard."

Andrea "Andy" Veach

Louisville

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