Help us spread the word6shares Share Tweet Share Share Pin Email SEE NO EVILThe New Yorker wordlessly sums up Trump’s coronavirus problem For years, experts have warned that President Trump “has been squandering the credibility he could need in a moment of national emergency, like a terrorist attack or a public health crisis,” Annie Karni, Michael Crowley, and Maggie Haberman write at The New York Times. And if the COVID-19 outbreak proves to be that moment, “his history of issuing false claims could make it harder to sell the public on any plans to address coronavirus.”Trump has already “made inaccurate or questionable claims” about the new virus, the Times notes. “Current Trump allies said the fact that the president chose to address the growing public health crisis quickly after returning from a trip to India showed how seriously he was taking the outbreak. But privately, they say he has been reluctant to give in to what he has called an ‘alarmist’ view of the virus’s potential to cause damage as he warily watches the effect of the outbreak on the stock market.”Stay calm, wash your hands regularly, cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, and stay home if you’re feeling sick. VP Pence wiping his nose with his fingers before he shakes hands with everybody at the coronavirus press conference. You thought you would have seen everything from this administration but you ain’t seen anything yet. Today at the corona virus press conference, @VP wiped his nose with his hands then proceeded to shake everyone’s hands 😳😅 Pence is leading the response against #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/Bb54CzXsUe — Nathaniel #purplewaveUSA 💜🌊 (@NewGopforUSA) February 27, 2020 There is always a tweet pic.twitter.com/ZmkGLBHQkD — Wrench Head 🆘 (@head_wrench) February 27, 2020 Help us spread the word6shares Share Tweet Share Share Pin Related Posts The art of Trump’s deal with Facebook September 23, 2021 A world based on renewable energy would need half as much energy. September 16, 2021 COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable September 16, 2021 Comments are closed.