I went through the printout and drew out the lines to see. They are under.
1. "We are here today to provide you with an update on the outstanding test capacity developed by the United States, the most advanced and robust testing system anywhere in the world, by far."
2. "We have really had a very good relationship with the states and governors and other state representatives, a relationship."
3. "It should never have been allowed to happen; it should have been stopped at the source."
4. "In every generation, through every challenge and hardship and danger, America has risen to the task. We have met the moment and we have triumphed."
5. "In the fourth quarter, we're going to do really well, and next year I think we're going to have one of the best years we've ever had, because it's a huge buildup of demand."
Worth noting that this is a timeline change for Trump. He had long insisted that the economy would immediately bounce back when the country began to reopen. He now suggests that it will not be until 2021 when things will really recover.
6. "I've felt things a lot throughout my life, and I've made many good conversations."
[opens mouth to say something, decides against it]
7. "But we're moving to greatness, and greatness is going to be in the fourth quarter, but it's going to be next year, and it's going to be a year we've never had before."
8. "We had the best economy in world history, not just here, but anywhere in the world."
9. "We had the best economy anywhere in the world and we went by numbers, whether it was unemployment numbers where we had our best numbers. Employment also numbers. A little different."
10. "Now we had one of the best weeks in the history of our U.S.-Mexico border, the southern border. We had very few people coming in, very, very few."
[raises hand tentatively] Could the decline in border crossings be due to the pandemic that is raging in our country?
11. "But again, we've had the best numbers."
Beautiful numbers. The biggest. Many people say so.
12. "It's the hidden enemy. Remember that. It's the hidden enemy. So, things happen."
"Things happen." So true.
13. "Whoever tested positive will be good, will be just fine."
14. "This building is shocking if you look at the numbers."
Donald Trump in the White House.
15. "Very soon. I mean, very soon."
16. "You look at all these machines here. They are incredible machines, the best anywhere in the world."
17. "Other countries call, sophisticated countries, and they call, many countries."
"Sophisticated countries," you say? Tell me more …
18. "They've learned about – I see everyone, just about everyone has a face mask on."
19. "By the way, they've learned about face masks, the good and the bad. It's not a one-sided thing, believe it or not."
Masks can be bad? I guess Trump suggests that people touch their faces more when they wear masks? I really do not know.
20. "No, we triumphed over testing is what I refer to. It was for testing."
21. "And greatness is next year, right from the beginning."
Note your calendar: January 1, 2021 is when greatness begins.
22. "For me, I'm not – I'm not near anyone."
23. "I understand you very well, better than you understand yourself."
Didn't you know that Trump was a psychiatrist? He already knew you didn't know it by the way.
24. "Now that we're doing so well with tests and so fast and so fast, five minutes, etc., and so accurately, you're complaining that we're getting too many tests. So you can't win."
No one in the media complains about the number of tests available. The question is – and has been – when the average person will have access to immediate and daily testing done by White House staff.
25. "As far as Americans getting a test, they should all be able to get a test right now. They should be able to get a test."
Whether they "should" or not, they are not.
26. "They want our country to be open. I want our country to be open too. I want it safe. But I want it to be open. Don't forget."
To be clear, almost every epidemiologist and expert on infectious disease has made it clear that the more a state reopens its economy, the more likely it is that coronavirus will begin to spread rapidly in that state. I guess this depends on what your meaning of "safe" is?
27. "You can go with the attached route. Everything is closed; you are in your house, you are not allowed to move. People also die with it."
No state adopted any kind of policy requiring people not to be "allowed to move."
28. “The 20,000 [cases] – the numbers are far down from what they were two weeks ago. I mean, the numbers are really coming down; they are very significant – and this weekend was one of the lowest we have had. This is, you know, the numbers are dropping very quickly – across the country, by the way. "
29. "But as for the models, if you go for the model, we would lose 2.2 million people."
30. "We're at the lowest of all the models. I mean, if you look at, I guess 120,000 – 100,000 to 120,000 people would be on the low side. And we're on – there's nothing low . "
31. "You know what the crime is. The crime is very obvious to everyone. All you have to do is read the newspapers, except yours."
32. "Well, they are losing life all over the world, and maybe that is a question you should ask China. Don't ask me, China asks that question, OK? When you ask them that question, you may get a very unusual answer . "
33. "I did, and you didn't answer, and now I'm calling the young lady in the back. Please?"
34. "OK. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much. Thank you."
And then Trump decided to just end the press conference – just seconds after calling on Kaitlan and then the "young lady in the back." So, yes, this feels like a good place to stop.