hosts on Monday grilled White House economic adviser on spikes in cases in the nation just three days after he declared: “There is no second wave.”
Kudlow — the man who declared in February that COVID-19 was before died of the disease — conceded there might still be “bumps” in the COVID-19 crisis, even though they appear to be trends.
“Friday morning, you said on Fox News Channel — and I remember it so clearly — you said no second wave, and you said it again, ‘This is not a second wave,’” Sandra Smith told Kudlow. Yet spikes in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are , most notably in the South and West.
Kudlow responded: “We’re going to