Former US President Barack Obama strongly criticized his successor Donald Trump for his response to the coronavirus disaster.
Under a non-public name, he called the United States the fight against the pandemic “an absolutely chaotic disaster.”
Obama said he should play a bigger role in supporting Joe Biden in the November presidential election.
His new remarks were made in a name intended to encourage former employees to work for Mr. Biden’s marketing campaign, according to CNN.
Trump’s strategy toward the authorities is partly responsible for the U.S. response to the coronavirus, Obama said.
“It would have been bad even with the best of government,” he said inside the name. “It was an utter chaotic disaster when this state of mind – of” what I gain “and” heckling with everyone “- when this state of mind is operationalized in our government. “
Obama also strongly criticized the decision to drop the criminal charges in opposition to former national security adviser Michael Flynn in the Trump-Russia investigation.
What is the scenario for coronavirus in the United States?
Over 77,000 people have died and the United States has 1.2 million confirmed cases – each by far the best on the planet.
Many states launched lockdowns in March, but have now lifted the restrictions, allowing people to return to work.
But welfare officers warn that this can lead to the spread of the virus more and more.
Trump’s pandemic strategy has wavered. In February, he rejected the threat, saying it could go away, but in mid-March he acknowledged its seriousness.
In April, he decided that ingestion of the disinfectant could be a preventative measure – something that specialists immediately rejected.
Last week, he announced that he would shut down his government’s coronavirus task force, but later said he was focusing on opening up the financial system.