Donald Trump’s comeback in COVID-19 criticism of Barack Obama

Donald Trump's comeback in COVID-19 criticism of Barack Obama

US President Donald Trump has responded at fresh analysis from Barack Obama by telling he “didn’t have a clue” while managing the 2009 swine flu pandemic.

Mr. Trump revived fire back previous president Mr. Obama marked his acknowledgment to the coronavirus pandemic an “absolutely chaotic disaster” at the weekend.

He also aimed at Mr. Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden, who is his Liberal opponent in November’s 2020 administrative election.

Mr. Trump said his government was “getting great marks” for its treatment of the pandemic, calling the travel ban forced on people reentering the US from China, where the coronavirus first appeared.

“We are getting great marks for the handling of the CoronaVirus pandemic, especially the very early BAN of people from China, the infectious source, entering the USA,” Mr. Trump tweeted on Sunday night social time.

The US has the largest coronavirus-related dying losses in the world, with more than 79,000 deaths registered.

More than a fraction of the world’s COVID-19 deaths have occurred in the United States, with more than 1.3 million approved cases in the country.

According to the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States reported 12,469 deaths from Swine Flu in 2009-2010.

In a conference call with previous members of his government, Mr. Obama said Mr. Trump had displeased the most important test of his administration, making his followers get behind Mr. Biden this year.

More than 1.3 million people have examined positive for COVID-19 in the US, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Trump aimed at the Obama administration’s treatment of the swine flu pandemic in 2009.

“Compare that to the Obama/Sleepy Joe disaster known as H1N1 Swine Flu. Poor marks, bad polls — didn’t have a clue!” Mr. Trump said.

What did Mr. Obama reply to the community?

Mr. Obama criticized what he termed a “what’s in it for me” approach from the Trump government during the COVID-19 pandemic in a conversation call with former members of his government at the weekend.

He asked all Democrats to become actively involved with Mr. Biden’s administrative operations.

He also added they’re fighting against is these long-term trends in which being greedy, being tribal, being divided, and seeing others as an enemy. That has become a stronger impulse in American life.

He figured that they’re seeing that internationally as well. It’s part of the reason why the response to this global crisis has been so anemic and spotty.

He also reckoned that it would have been bad even with the best of governments. It has been an absolutely chaotic disaster.


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