By Charlie Loran • 29 October 2020 • 7:15
THE White House claims Donald Trump has ‘ended the Covid-19 pandemic’ – leaving officials fuming.
The outrageous statement was made by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on Wednesday, October 29.
They listed ‘ending the Covid-19 pandemic’ as one of President Trump’s major accomplishments since taking office in 2016 in a new report.
It read, “From the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Administration has taken decisive actions to engage scientists and health professionals in academic, industry, and government to understand, treat and defeat the disease.”
But officials on the White House coronavirus taskforce are reportedly upset at the claim, with one telling the Daily Beast it was “mind-boggling”.
There’s no world in which anyone can think that statement is true,” they added.
“Maybe the President. But I don’t see how even he can believe that.
“We have more than 70,000 new cases each day.”
At his recent rallies, the President has described the Covid-19 crisis as a “media conspiracy”, claiming TV news exaggerates the risks of the virus in order to deter people from voting.
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