Trump attacks ‘Do Nothing Democrats’ via coronavirus, while the reaction of his government comes under fire and Wall Street braces itself for more unrest
- The president tweeted about the outbreak after midnight
- He said Democrats “waste time” on the “Immigration Hoax”
- Defended his decision to cut off flights to China
- He said the outbreak “is now the fault of the Do Nothing Democrats, as the fault of” Trump. “
- Trump said the virus was slowly spreading in the US “because President Trump has closed our border”
- During briefing to the nation alongside top government doctors, Trump blamed stock marker slide on Democratic debate
- Wall Street prepared for another tough Friday day
- Trump accused CNN of “evoking a national Coronavirus panic.”
President Donald Trump launched furious attacks on the Democrats because of the corona virus outbreak, defended his own response report and complained that he was blamed for it.
“The Do-nothing Democrats were wasting time on Hoax immigration, and everything else they could do to make the Republican party look bad while I was busy calling the BORDER & FLIGHT closures early , which made us far ahead in our fight with Coronavirus. Dems called it VERY wrong! “Trump wrote for 1 hour Friday.
He has credited his own measures to slow the spread of the virus because public health professionals are bracing themselves for the consequences and pharmaceutical companies are trying to develop a vaccine.
President Donald Trump defended his response to the corona virus outbreak when he launched malicious attacks on Democrats that spread until the early hours
“So the Coronavirus, which started in China and spread to different countries around the world, but very slowly in the US because President Trump closed our border and ended flights, VERY EARLY, is now being accused by the Do Nothing Democrats, for the he was to blame for “Trump,” he wrote.
Democratic presidential hopefulls still have to open full attacks on Trump during the outbreak, although Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar Trump’s decision to Vice President Mike Pence responsible for the coronavirus reaction, pointing to his treatment of an HIV outbreak in Indiana as governor.
Former vice president Joe Biden has accused Trump of general hysterical xenophobia and anxiety disorders.
House President Nancy Pelosi on Thursday overturned the decision to give Mike Pence the lead over the coronavirus reaction. She said she told Pence about her worries in a phone call
Trump’s defense came when Wall Street prepared for another tough day, after economists said the free fall caused by viruses wiped out $ 5 trillion in global wealth. The Dow Jones industrial average had the largest one-day point drop, but not its largest drop as a percentage.
Trump said the spread was delayed because “President Trump closed our border”
Trump attacked the ‘Do Nothing Democrats’ about the corona virus after blaming presidential rivals for a stock slide instead of the disease
Trump accused CNN of “evoking a national Coronavirus panic.”
He attacked CNN as “Fake News” when he went after the network
By the end of 2019, when the outbreak occurred, Trump restricted travel to citizens from a whole range of countries.
Pence appeared on Fox News on Thursday where he defended his role as Donald Trump’s coronavirus tsar amid renewed control over his treatment for an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana when he was governor.
“In 2015 we had an increase in HIV incidents in a small town in Indiana. It all came directly from people who used needles and drug use.
“I don’t believe in exchanging needles as a way to combat drug abuse, but in this case we came to the conclusion that we had an emergency in public health, and so I took implementing measures to make a limited exchange of needles available “he said.
President of the Nancy Pelosi House, D-Calif. on Thursday, the decision to put Mike Pence in charge of the corona virus response was overturned. She said she told Pence about her worries in a phone call
Senator Elizabeth Warren destroyed Vice President Mike Pence’s appointment to oversee the response
Trader Peter Tuchman works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday 27 February 2020
Greg Millett, director of government policy at amfAR, the AIDS Research Foundation, said India’s HIV outbreak would have been “fully preventable” if Pence had previously acted in response to data available to public health officials in Indiana and clearly demonstrated that an outbreak was imminent.