Depression will be more likely to commit suicide than coronavirus, US trade soon: Trump
The US President and Donald Trump’s rules on the social distance to prevent death have said the US will do far more harm than the Coronavirus infection.
He said the rule of social distancing caused by the coronavirus should be abolished soon to prevent “great death” from economic and social depression.
“People are very worried and depressed. When the economy is horribly weak, you commit suicide, you die,” Trump said at a White House daily press briefing Monday. “This will certainly be a much larger number than we are talking about the virus.”
“Difficulty will end, life will be over soon enough,” Trump said, “now we have to spend a week in the fifteen challenges.” He said more time spent in lockdown would be unfortunate for the United States.
“This was a medical problem, we will not let it turn into a long-lasting financial problem,” he stressed, urging Congress to immediately pass a $ 1 trillion incentive bill for workers and workers across the United States suffering from lockdown and quarantine.
Trump has said he is not in favor of additional sanctions, whether outside the US or in any domestic transport.
He also reiterated today’s press briefing that no Asian or American has been blamed for spreading Covid 19.
He criticized the media and Democrats but did not call the coronavirus a “Chinese virus.
The Coronavirus is not the fault of an American citizen of Asian origin: Trump
US President Donald Trump said the Coronavirus was not the fault of American citizens of Asian origin. Trump has repeatedly called the Coronavirus a ‘Chinese virus’.Trump said the Coronavirus was not the fault of American citizens of Asian descent when criticism of Trump’s comments as racist.
He said, “Protecting American citizens of Asian descent is important.”Trump says hate speech is being used on Asian-American citizens in the United States and that he dislikes himself.
According to Trump, American citizens of Asian descent love America very much. So far in the United States, 46,145 people have been sick due to coronas. 5 hundred 82 have died.