Donald Trump Says He's Friends with Tom Brady Again, We Talked!

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 27, 2020

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Trump developed the Easter date as a goal to give people "hope".

"To save the cost of 33 salaries, President Trump inflicted devastation on our economy worth $10 trillion, required a bailout that is going to cost upward of $7 trillion and assured millions of human deaths", said Lisa McCormick, a progressive Democrat.

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that his administration will roll out social distancing guidelines for state and local governments by categorizing counties according to their level of risk amid the coronavirus pandemic, in order to assist officials "in making decision about maintaining, increasing, or relaxing social distancing and other mitigation measures". "We need Tom Brady", Inslee said in response.

On 27 February, Zhong Nashan, a prize-winning epidemiologist who became famous for discovering the Sars coronavirus in 2003, remarked that "though the Covid-19 was first discovered in China, it does not mean that it originated in China".

Mississippi Republican Gov. Tate Reeves, who has not ordered business closures or limits on social behaviour, thanked Trump for recognizing that the virus has affected states differently and "one size does not fit all".

Taking to Twitter, Congressperson Greg Steube also said that World Health Organization has acted as China's mouthpiece during the outbreak.

Besides Senator Rubio, Congressperson Michael McCaul also questioned the integrity of WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

China has also contributed United States dollars 20 million to World Health Organization for its fight against COVID-19 in different countries.

I talk about the Chinese virus.

Both the World Health Organization and China must face consequences once this pandemic is under control, he demanded.

The president and some of his supporters continue to suggest China was responsible for the pandemic, which began in Wuhan, and some members of the administration have called it the "Wuhan virus".

"There need to be consequences here".

Tedros had praised China's leadership for its "determination to end the new coronavirus outbreak".

The message was quickly taken up by various Chinese ambassadors, who seem to have discovered Twitter as a channel to propagate Beijing's official point of view.

When he visited China in January, Tedros praised the nation's "seriousness" and "transparency" in tackling the outbreak.

Subsequently, WHO sent a team of experts to Beijing, Guangzhou and the virus epicentre Wuhan.

"We should be cooperating at a time when China has learned a lot about this virus, and instead we're engaging in this name-calling", said Stephen A. Orlins, president of the National Committee on U.S. The virus was first reported in Wuhan in December a year ago.

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