President Donald trump said that can’t sleep at night thinking about the victims of coronavirus.
About this trump said in an interview with ABC World News Tonight after inspecting the plant for the production of masks in Phoenix (Arizona) – first trip outside of Washington (D.C.) for nearly two months.
“After the lifting of the quarantine, we will continue to practice social distancing, we wash hands, we do a lot of things that have learned to do over these months. We must take back our country”, – said the President.
ONE-ON-ONE: David Muir has an exclusive interview with Pres. Trump in Phoenix, Arizona, asking about the risk of more lives lost to COVID-19 in the push to reopen, testing and the economy and his message to the families of the 70,000 Americans now dead. https://abcn.ws/3c90Ggj
Geplaatst door ABC World News Tonight with David Muir op Dinsdag 5 mei 2020
The President also questioned the accuracy of some models that predicted future death. One evaluation of the Federal emergency management Agency suggests that by June 1 in the US can be up to 3,000 deaths daily.
According to the Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths from the coronavirus in the United States is 71 078. Over 1 204 000 confirmed cases of coronavirus recorded in the country as of Wednesday, may 6.
“I want to say that we’re doing everything we can. We are especially trying to protect people older than 60 years. People who have lost loved ones, I want to say: we love you, we are with you, – said the President. It’s a terrible loss, and I don’t sleep at night thinking about it. But we have to defeat this enemy.”