Trump Claims Worst Days of Virus are Behind America

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President Trump has reassured Americans that the worst days of the virus are behind us.

According to The Hill:

President Trump on Tuesday suggested “the worst days” of the coronavirus pandemic are over as he welcomed a group of small-business owners to the White House who have benefited from an emergency loan program he signed into law last month.


Trump used his speech to express optimism about the country’s path to economic recovery amid the pandemic, which has forced businesses to close and caused millions of layoffs across the country due to stay-at-home orders issued by states.

“As our nation battles against this terrible scourge, we continue to pray for the victims as well as those Americans who are grieving their lost ones and their loved ones,” Trump said at the outset of his remarks in the East Room. “We suffer with one heart, but we will prevail. We are coming back, and we’re coming back strong.”

“Now that our experts believe the worst days of the pandemic are behind us, Americans are looking forward to the safe and rapid reopening of our country,” the president continued.

The White House is now focusing efforts on restarting the economy and returning America to the economic greatness it was experiencing before the pandemic.

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Sid Abma
Sid Abma
3 years ago

President Trump
America is behind over 100%. Lets continue to put ALL Americans back to work and make America even Greater than it was before the virus attack. We have now learned how to fight this enemy. We will not be defeated.

3 years ago

I never doubted our President would do the right thing and win this war with the Chinees virus. I knew he would win in 2016 and I have no doubt that he will win in 2020. He is the best for this country.

Audre Zembrzuski
Audre Zembrzuski
3 years ago

He makes me proud when he puts his hand over his heard to say the pledge, that makes me
proud. I wish all the guys that play sports would learn to do the same thing, It would make
us proud of them also, otherwise I don’t watch them at all. Thank you Mr. President, we
are all proud of you.

3 years ago

Trump is freaking out that he won’t be able to hold “big, beautiful rallies” of 1000s of people before November. Of COURSE he wants to get America back to being able to congregate. Note that even in this article, it states that the people he’d invited to this speech were “a group of small-business owners to the White House who have benefited from an emergency loan program he signed into law last month.” He continually spouts off “medical facts” of his own making, all-too often contradicting his own best (real) advisors. He does NOT know what he’s talking about: he’s reading (badly) from a script prepared for him just before his “press conferences.” This is from one of his closest advisors, appearing on a morning news broadcast. His advisors no longer contradict him as visibly, as he’s made them all fear for their jobs. He functions completely by intimidation, and his “facts” turn on a dime. Ask his ex-chief advisor on vaccine development, who was suddenly let go after such a contradiction. Trump even contradicts himself during his so-called press conferences, which have turned into nothing more than shameless self-promotion and self-congratulations, in lieu of big rallies. (One of his favorite phrases is “No one’s ever seen anything like this before.” Of COURSE not… it’s not real, and not happening!) Best example of his self-contradiction was when he announced quite clearly that he was pulling funding from the WHO because he blamed them for slow information at the outset of the coronavirus outbreak. Only moments later, a reporter asked to confirm that he was pulling funding, and he forcefully replied, “I didn’t SAY I was pulling funding, I said I was THINKING about it.” Emphatically NOT true, as was quietly pointed out by a reporter sitting right in front of the one who’d asked for more detail. I could go on… I don’t know if anyone here would read it, because I “obviously don’t know what I’m talking about.” I don’t watch Fox News, no. I watch ALL the news on ALL the channels, and I READ. I get multiple sides and I listen to what Trump says all by himself. It’ll be okay, though, because he says it will. “Maybe we could inject disinfectants into the body and kill the virus within a minute or two… is that a possibility?” That wasn’t “sarcasm” to a reporter, as he backpedaled the next day, again changing his own incredible (literally!) truth. That was asked in earnest, directly to the doctors and advisors directly to his right. And the whole world saw it. Funny how he stopped holding his “press-conference”/political rallies shortly after that, and stopped taking questions the next day. Someone finally, wisely, advised him to shut up and stop talking about things of which he knows NOTHING. Like THAT’LL work.

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