Trump Rectifies And Announces That He Will Maintain The Coronavirus Working Group Indefinitely

Just a day after he confirmed his intention to dismantle the White House task force formed to deal with the coronavirus crisis, Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will keep it “indefinitely.”

Through a series of tweets, the President of the United States has stressed that the commission led by Vice President Mike Pence has done “the fantastic job of uniting many complex resources that leave very high standards for those who come in the future”.

At the same time, scientist Rick Bright has denounced nepotism in the management of the crisis by the Government, after being fired from the Administration.

The president has taken his chest to even boast that, thanks to the increase in the production of essential products to fight against COVID-19, he has been able to help.

Last Tuesday, less than 24 hours before he wrote the tweets, Trump visited a mask factory in Phoenix, Arizona, where he made it clear that he intended to dismantle the team of experts from the White House that until now has faced the pandemic.

Since the group was created in late January until today, the White House has faced the worst health crisis in a long time and has said goodbye to the longest period of economic growth in its history.

Trump put Pence at the helm of the commission of experts and himself gave daily press conferences from the White House, which ended after the president encouraged coronavirus sufferers to treat the disease by drinking bleach and exposing themselves to sunlight.

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Trump Rectifies And Announces That He Will Maintain The Coronavirus Working Group Indefinitely

If the task force met regularly in the past in the so-called Situation Room, the crisis room of the White House, those meetings are getting smaller.

The White House had already begun relevant discussions to start downsizing the task force, Pence said Tuesday. “We are having talks about that and when is the right time for the group to complete its work,” said the vice president, who speculated on the Memorial Day holiday – this May 25 – or early June as the closing date.

Trump has subjected the country and its advisers to continuous lurking since the coronavirus put the planet on hiatus. With more than 70,000 dead and more than 1.2 million infected with COVID-19, the president has been a loose line in this crisis that his advisers had to delicately correct.

The last name to join the chain of criticism in the management of the pandemic has been that of scientist Rick Bright, the doctor who has denounced that he was removed from his position for prioritizing “science and security” against political opportunism.

Bright, who ran the Advanced Biomedical Research and Development Authority (BARDA) until he was removed from his post last month, says his first warnings about the coronavirus in January and February were ignored.

In the scientist’s opinion, the drop that filled the glass and led to his expulsion was when he raised serious doubts about the effectiveness of a treatment that Trump himself defended, which was based on the use of an antimalarial drug, without there having been any previous clinical trial to support it.

Dr Bright, who had been at the helm of BARDA for four years, presented his case to the body that oversees that officials who file complaints against other government employees are not retaliated against.

Bright’s attorneys have told the press that the removal of his client is “purely and simply an act of retaliation.” The doctor at the time stood up to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, for not starting the prompt obtaining of masks and other protective equipment against the outbreak of the virus.

As a culmination to his complaint, the scientist assures that he was repeatedly pressured by senior officials of the Trump Administration to grant medical or pharmaceutical contracts of millions of dollars related to the crisis “based on political connections and cronyism.”

Just a day after he confirmed his intention to dismantle the White House task force formed to deal with the coronavirus crisis, Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will keep it “indefinitely.”

Through a series of tweets, the President of the United States has stressed that the commission led by Vice President Mike Pence has done “the fantastic job of uniting many complex resources that leave very high standards for those who come in the future”.

At the same time, scientist Rick Bright has denounced nepotism in the management of the crisis by the Government, after being fired from the Administration.

The president has taken his chest to even boast that, thanks to the increase in the production of essential products to fight against COVID-19, he has been able to help.

Last Tuesday, less than 24 hours before he wrote the tweets, Trump visited a mask factory in Phoenix, Arizona, where he made it clear that he intended to dismantle the team of experts from the White House that until now has faced the pandemic.

Since the group was created in late January until today, the White House has faced the worst health crisis in a long time and has said goodbye to the longest period of economic growth in its history.

Trump put Pence at the helm of the commission of experts and himself gave daily press conferences from the White House, which ended after the president encouraged coronavirus sufferers to treat the disease by drinking bleach and exposing themselves to sunlight.

Trump Rectifies And Announces That He Will Maintain The Coronavirus Working Group Indefinitely
Trump Rectifies And Announces That He Will Maintain The Coronavirus Working Group Indefinitely

If the task force met regularly in the past in the so-called Situation Room, the crisis room of the White House, those meetings are getting smaller.

The White House had already begun relevant discussions to start downsizing the task force, Pence said Tuesday. “We are having talks about that and when is the right time for the group to complete its work,” said the vice president, who speculated on the Memorial Day holiday – this May 25 – or early June as the closing date. Thursday’s announcement from Strain means that, beginning next week, bottles of GB Sciences’ liquid marijuana tinctures, priced between $90 and $200 a bottle, will be shipped out and delivered to Louisiana’s nine medical weed dispensaries throughout the state. The Canadian cannabis giant Leaf Expert dedicates employees specifically geared toward the company’s corporate responsibility efforts. Dissemination Supply Channel Assessment: The report gives a careful investigation of the diverse circulation channels embraced by advertise players in the global Medical Marijuana showcase alongside the market allure examination of every dissemination channel.

Trump has subjected the country and its advisers to continuous lurking since the coronavirus put the planet on hiatus. With more than 70,000 dead and more than 1.2 million infected with COVID-19, the president has been a loose line in this crisis that his advisers had to delicately correct.

The last name to join the chain of criticism in the management of the pandemic has been that of scientist Rick Bright, the doctor who has denounced that he was removed from his position for prioritizing “science and security” against political opportunism.

Bright, who ran the Advanced Biomedical Research and Development Authority (BARDA) until he was removed from his post last month, says his first warnings about the coronavirus in January and February were ignored.

In the scientist’s opinion, the drop that filled the glass and led to his expulsion was when he raised serious doubts about the effectiveness of a treatment that Trump himself defended, which was based on the use of an antimalarial drug, without there having been any previous clinical trial to support it.

Dr Bright, who had been at the helm of BARDA for four years, presented his case to the body that oversees that officials who file complaints against other government employees are not retaliated against.

Bright’s attorneys have told the press that the removal of his client is “purely and simply an act of retaliation.” The doctor at the time stood up to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, for not starting the prompt obtaining of masks and other protective equipment against the outbreak of the virus.

As a culmination to his complaint, the scientist assures that he was repeatedly pressured by senior officials of the Trump Administration to grant medical or pharmaceutical contracts of millions of dollars related to the crisis “based on political connections and cronyism.”