President TrumpDonald John TrumpBirx Says She Has Hope For The Coronavirus Vaccine, But Urges People To “Do The Right Thing Today” McGahn argued Kushner’s security clearance should be downgraded: the Governor of Wisconsin urges Trump not to visit Kenosha: “I’m afraid your presence will only prevent our healing. ‘ MORE and his Democratic opponent 2020, former vice-president Joe BidenJoe Biden Pelosi and Biden slam Scalise for doctored video that altered activist’s words Wisconsin governor urges Trump not to visit Kenosha: “I’m afraid your presence will only hinder our recovery” Biden to campaign in Pennsylvania Monday, ask “Are you safe in Donald Trump’s America?” ‘ MORE, have fought for months against the United States’ response to the coronavirus, with allies of the Democratic candidate hammering the administration over the status of the United States as the country with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world.
In July, Biden accused Trump of abandoning US efforts to control the spread of the disease, saying the president “had raised the white flag.”
“He has no idea what to do. It’s zero. It’s just one thing he has in mind – how to win re-election? And it doesn’t matter how many people are COVID and / or die from COVID because he fears that if the economy is as badly tied as it is today as it is in fact, it is going to be in trouble, ”said the former vice president at MSNBC.
Trump, meanwhile, has taken an optimistic tone about the virus in treating it in recent months and has said he believes a vaccine might be available ahead of the election. He also claimed in a recent interview with Axios that the virus is “under control as much as you can control” in the United States.
“They are dying, it’s true. And you have – it is what it is, ”Trump said earlier in August. “But that doesn’t mean we’re not doing all we can. He is under control as much as you can control him. It is a horrible plague.