The NYT writes:
Despite Mr. Trump’s denial weeks later, he was told at the time about a Jan. 29 memo produced by his trade adviser, Peter Navarro, laying out in striking detail the potential risks of a coronavirus pandemic: as many as half a million deaths and trillions of dollars in economic losses.
What's the evidence that Trump was told that "at the time", presumably around Jan. 29, of these projections? (And did he actually deny being told that, "weeks later"? This is an article full of "bullet points" against Trump, so most points lack detailed evidence.)