Trump: US Emerges Stronger from Crisis Due to Coronavirus
US President Donald Trump is confident that the United States will emerge stronger from the coronavirus crisis. Everyone is united and working hard. Trump wrote on Twitter on Monday. “That’s nice to see.”
He added, “In the end, we will be stronger than ever.” In another tweet, he reports, “God bless the US!” Trump had initially tried to downplay the threat of the spread of the coronavirus in the United States. His government has come under attack for lack of testing options.
Trump has promised to expand the tests significantly. To date, more than 3,000 infections with the virus have been detected, and more than 60 people have died in the United States.
The number of infections is likely to be significantly higher due to the lack of tests. Director of the National Infectious Disease Institute, Anthony Fauci, warned Americans that the crisis was not over. “The worst is still ahead of us.”
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders also criticized Trump’s approach to the coronavirus outbreak. The two Democratic candidates, battling together who will face Trump in November in the presidential election, believe the president has declared a state of emergency far too late.
Former Vice President Biden said he was ready to use the military against the lung virus. “This is like war. And during a war, you do everything necessary to take care of our people.” He plans to have the military assist local authorities in building hospitals and taking other necessary measures.