Donald Trump assured Monday, October 26 that he had not capitulated to the Covid-19, after ambiguous comments from one of his relatives who gave the opposite feeling.
While traveling in the key state of Pennsylvania, the president was questioned by a journalist on the reasons why he had "
given up fighting against the pandemic
" given up, he replied.
We are definitely turning the page,
" he said.
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The day before, statements by the White House chief of staff reinforced the feeling of an administration powerless, even overwhelmed by the situation.
We are not going to control the pandemic, we are going to control the fact that we can have vaccines,
" Mark Meadows told CNN.
Donald Trump's Democratic rival, Joe Biden, seized on these remarks to accuse the Republican administration of capitulating to the virus that has killed more than 225,000 people in the United States.
This is "
an honest observation of President Trump's strategy since the start of the crisis: to wave the white flag of defeat and hope that if we ignore it, the virus will go away
," he said. -he writes.
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He waved the white flag all his life,
" Donald Trump retorted on Monday.
He does not leave his basement,
" he again accused.
"He is a pathetic candidate. Late in the polls, Donald Trump is multiplying in the field while his rival is very little present on the ground.