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Susan B. Glasser writes about President Donald Trump’s many diversions—from opaquely accusing his predecessor, Barack Obama, of criminal wrongdoing to his claim that he is taking the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to ward off the coronavirus—intended to take public attention away from his many failures in handling the coronavirus pandemic.