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Trump says 200,000 COVID-19 deaths in the US is ’a shame’

Trump says 200,000 COVID-19 deaths in the US is ’a shame’

Reacting to the US having crossed 200,000 deaths from COVID-19, President Trump said it’s a ’horrible thing’ and ’a shame’. ’That being said, we shouldn’t have had anybody, and you saw my United Nations speech. China should have stopped it at their border, they should have never let this spread all over the world’, he added. Deaths in the US currently stand at 205,503 with over 2.5M active cases.

Fred 0 months

Half of those deaths are not COV.19 related!! This is an overblown pandemic to grab money and power through fear!! Too many inconsistencies! Many Dr.s are being silenced!? Why?😷

Shenanigans 0 months

Keep in mind Trump sheep the President just acknowledged the CDCs Covid-19 death toll. So please stop with your nonsense about how the CDC is not correct.

michael 0 months

We have 5% of the world population, yet we have 20% of covid deaths. Other countries did better. This cannot be disputed. The only countries that do as badly as us are banana republic dictatorships. What does that say about trump's ability to respond to threats? Trump has been treating this pandemic like a media issue rather than a medical emergency. He's more concerned about messaging than saving lives.

James Villalobos
James Villalobos 0 months

"Trump says 200k Covid deaths are a shame. We should all be uniting against this anti-COVID rhetoric."

Maurice 0 months

200k, so far.

Real Deal O'Neil
Real Deal O'Neil 0 months

Yes, 200,000 deaths from coronavirus in the United States since January 20, 2020, IS A SHAME...shame on Trump, his administration, the Republican Party, and Fox News for downplaying the seriousness of the deadly coronavirus and encouraging a conservative movement against wearing masks and ignoring social distancing.

iTeraByte 0 months

You know what, screw politics for a moment. The blame for all COVID deaths occurring within the US is simple and singular. Every polítician, Democrat or Republican, who politicized this public health issue is at fault and failed the American people. Let’s not be distracted by partisanship and publications that reaffirm our biases. Instead, let’s see the situation for what it is, a failure of leadership within DC in its entirety, from the WH thru the halls of Congress.

riheg 0 months

Bipartisan question: Wouldn’t it be suitable for a president to show a little actual empathy in these awful times?

SickOfTribalisem 0 months

It is a shame.... 350 million people.... Was destroying the economy worth it... Nope

Flitch 0 months

Could have been worse, could have been 200 million.

Cas The Demon
Cas The Demon 0 months

He's not wrong. This is like the 4th major virological outbreak from China in my lifetime.

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