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The president doesn't appear to be taking seriously the threat Americans see to their physical and financial health.
President Donald Trump seems to be experiencing a different coronavirus crisis than the rest of the country. And his personal vision of it could spell a significant danger to his re-election campaign. Daily News

For many people, including most of the rest of the government, there's growing fear about the epidemic as it continues to spread into more states.

Markets in free fall are tearing chunks out of retirement accounts. The prospect of entire industries shutting down, from travel and tourism to live entertainment, threatens to send the economy into a tailspin. And that's to say nothing of the actual health peril that has public officials warning this could be just the beginning of a global catastrophe.

But according to Trump, everything's still "perfect," from the way he handled the outbreak to availability of test kits. Many Americans recall that he played down the threat last month — "the risk to the American people remains very low," he said as he questioned whether it would spread — and mocked politicians who implored him to take it more seriously. He used the word "hoax" at a rally in South Carolina, later explaining that he meant criticism of his response was a hoax.
 

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Your blame is misplaced. This is China's doing, not Trump's. Your criticisms are lacking in facts. Here are some facts for you:

The Wuhan Viris has been in this country just as long as any other country.
There are, as of this morning, 26 dead in a country of 327 million.
The Wuhan Virus, as of this morning, has infected 116,000 thousand people worldwide.
The Wuhan Virus, as of this morning, has killed 4091 people, worldwide.
64,000 people, worldwide, have recovered from the Wuhan Virus, as of this morning.

In the U.S. alone, the flu (Influenza) has caused an estimated 34 million illnesses, 350,000 hospitalizations and 20,000 deaths this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

How could you or anybody else possibly claim "this is Trump's fault"? You can't. Not with a shred of validity or evidence. This virus, in this country, has been handled more perfectly than any epidemic in the history of the world. Watching the governments mismanagement in nearly every other country with a much smaller population than America has, is proof of this.

Other than washing my hands a little more than usual, I have not changed my lifestyle -- have you? No, probably not.

So, you have to ask yourself "why the scare tactics"? Why the misinformation hoax?
 

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The president doesn't appear to be taking seriously the threat Americans see to their physical and financial health.
President Donald Trump seems to be experiencing a different coronavirus crisis than the rest of the country. And his personal vision of it could spell a significant danger to his re-election campaign. Daily News

For many people, including most of the rest of the government, there's growing fear about the epidemic as it continues to spread into more states.

Markets in free fall are tearing chunks out of retirement accounts. The prospect of entire industries shutting down, from travel and tourism to live entertainment, threatens to send the economy into a tailspin. And that's to say nothing of the actual health peril that has public officials warning this could be just the beginning of a global catastrophe.

But according to Trump, everything's still "perfect," from the way he handled the outbreak to availability of test kits. Many Americans recall that he played down the threat last month — "the risk to the American people remains very low," he said as he questioned whether it would spread — and mocked politicians who implored him to take it more seriously. He used the word "hoax" at a rally in South Carolina, later explaining that he meant criticism of his response was a hoax.
So you joined 7 days ago and this this your first post?
Have an agenda?
 

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I suggest you move out of the country if Trump offends you.
 
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