Trump resumes coronavirus briefing President Trump gave his first coronavirus brief in almost three months

Trump resumes coronavirus briefing

President Trump gave his first coronavirus brief in almost three months on Tuesday, when he returned to the stage of dominating the first airways - and even spread sunny predictions and misinformation - which he called the Confront virus, which showed no signs of giving up.

"It's going to get worse before it gets better, I'm reluctant to say anything about it, but it's the same way," Trump said, ending his prepared remarks sheet and affirmative briefing during his freewheeling briefing in late April, with a more clear tone.

However, later, when Trump mentioned that the virus would simply disappear, he tried to return to the wishful thinking that had been repeatedly introduced. "

The briefing, which Trump vowed to repeat "often", was the continued severity of the coronavirus outbreak and the belated acceptance of the stagnant response that made Dud his poll number. With new cases reaching record numbers and more than 144,000 Americans dying from a massive heel-borne epidemic in many other industrialized countries, Trump’s massive crisis has come from his weeks-long stance. Asked states to ignore and open their economies.

The President Surgeon went further than usual in recognizing the reality of the virus, urging young people to avoid the bar - and significantly - all Americans to wear masks when not socially distant. He pulled the folded mask out of his pocket and grabbed it, though he did not keep it in his briefing. The behavior promoted by Trump late last month points to the complete opposite when packing masked man events in Oklahoma and Arizona, as well as the false conspiracy theory shared on Twitter that one of the doctors was "lying" to disrupt the resurgence of the virus.

But the president has not put forward new plans or initiatives to combat the virus, such as the national trial plan by many national health experts. He embodied moments for self-congratulations and racist tropes, the "miraculous action" he took to stop COVID-19, and the disease also known as the "China virus".

In response to a question about Jeffrey Epstein's criminal aide Gisleen Maxwell he told the news on a completely different matter when he told a reporter. Friendly greetings to the minors who are accused of committing illegal sexual acts - Trump has indicated that there is no adequate discipline to prevent him from returning to the area so that the briefing may be in the first place for him.

As the President said, he highlighted the positive news about vaccine research and the US response and he tried to turn down as few statistics as possible.

“The fact is that a lot of countries are suffering,” Trump said. "We did much better and the mortality rate was higher than the lowest."

Significantly, despite public health experts' request to hire a doctor, he urged scientists such as Anthony Fauzi and the Center and allowed his administration to equate the public about the resurgence of the virus. The last step. On stage for a similar briefing on April 27th.

Howard Coe, assistant secretary of state for health and human services during the Obama administration, said, "The fact that the briefing has stopped is that the epidemic is behind us, and there may be nothing more than the truth." Was the assistant secretary for? Before the briefing. "Presenting those facts ambiguously indicates the administration's willingness to confront the truth."

As many as 84,000 people have been infected with the virus since Trump's final briefing, and he said he felt his administration had done an "excellent job" for the crisis.

“We’ve been very bad since we came back,” said Jennifer Nujo, an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. "It simply came to our notice then. We have expanded the number of people we can test since March but the virus has abandoned those efforts. "

Trump’s return to the stage reflects the hostile political climate he worries about, which has been rising for weeks. Since his last briefing, Trump's average approval rating has dropped from about 46 percent to 42 percent, compared to the most recent COVID-19 response to a recent ABC News / Washington Post poll, according to RealClear Politics, with 51 percent endorsing at the end of March. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, who has been the best candidate for Trump in the face-off election, has dropped the response to the Trump virus in campaign statements and speeches.

"What do you do when ratings go down? You do some work to turn ratings around," said Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee. He's coming back to the podium talking about the dangers of COVID-19, I have not learned or understood anything new, but he is losing by 12 points at the hands of Joe Biden. "

Sarah Longwell, a group of Republican voters against Trump, continues to focus groups with people who voted for Trump in 2016. She said she was also interested in a change in perspective on the epidemic.

"People don't trust Donald Trump on the coronavirus. They trust Dr. Fowzie," Longwell said. "The Donald Trump reality show doesn't want them," he said.

Trump, a former reality TV star, told reporters Monday at the Oval Office that he was certainly interested in his chances of returning to the briefing.

"We see a lot of people - we see record numbers. In the history of cable television - television, nothing like this has ever happened," he said.

His press secretary, Kyle McKenzie, who was trying to build suspense during a press conference on Tuesday morning, declined to tell reporters whether the coronavirus task force public health experts at the briefing would join Trump. He said, “You have to tune in to watch.

Trump used his brief documents in March and April to paint a rosy picture of a country that said it had "high power" over the lack of testing and was ready to reopen - as well as extensive fake references to scientists injecting pesticides to make false statements. Can prevent the virus in humans.

Trump tweeted in late April that the daily briefing was "not worth the time and effort". He appeared in the press a short while ago, but without prior regularization, he eventually stopped the virus briefing altogether.

In recent weeks, Trump has avoided the issue of coronaviruses, citing key reunions such as Florida, Arizona, and Texas.

Trump has often put forward false theories that the country's growing caseloads are due to increased testing and not to the growing prevalence of the disease. In fact, a STAT analysis shows that cases are rising beyond trial growth in 26 states, as the daily case counts 70,000 after the April peak temporarily dropped to 20,000 a day. Deaths are also rising, with 5,200 people infected with the virus last week.

In an extensively paged Fox News interview on Sunday, he appeared to have reduced the virus again, not taking any new cases seriously.

“Most young people in such cases recover in a day,” he said. "They're sniffing."

800 or 900 people were infected with the virus in most days last week.

Little did political strategists know that returning to the podium would help the president increase their chances of reunification.

"I think it's fair to say that there will be a referendum on how the president has responded to this epidemic and how he has proposed to move forward from it," said Patty Solis Doyle, a Democratic strategist who served as Hillary Clinton's presidency. 2008. "I do not see the room where the president has now voted to reject it."

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