Trump adviser stands by president's claim doctors boosting COVID death toll to make money

A top Trump campaign adviser stood by the president’s accusations that doctors are inflating coronavirus deaths in order to make money.“There have been a number of reports that have raised issues out there regarding billing and things like that,” senior campaign aide Jason Miller said on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.He’d been asked about Trump’s baseless suggestion Friday that doctors are manipulating the death toll from COVID.“Our doctors get more money if someone dies from COVID,” he said at a rally in Waterford Township, Michigan. “You know that, right? I mean, our doctors are very smart peo…

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