Over the weekend, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went after President Trump. The Speaker alleged that Trump’s “fiddling” has caused Americans to die in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Pelosi made these remarks during an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper and repeated a series of left-wing talking points, branding the president’s rhetoric about COVID-19 as “underestimates.”
Earlier this morning, President Trump responded to the House Speaker during his phone interview with Fox News. The 45th president slammed Pelosi as a “sick puppy” with many of her own issues. Additional reports from Breitbart News confirm that Trump also reminded Americans of Pelosi’s own inaction as coronavirus was first originating.
Trump on Pelosi and Coronavirus
After criticizing the Speaker’s statements as “horrible,” President Trump explained that Pelosi disgraced America and her family. Furthermore, the president shed light on Pelosi’s decision to “play the impeachment game” months ago during the inception of coronavirus. These are details that the House Speaker conveniently declined to mention while picking apart Trump yesterday.
Trump on Pelosi:
"Well, she's a sick puppy in my opinion. She really is. She's got a lot of problems. And that's a horrible thing to say. You know, I've gotten from fair people a lot of accolades, and I don't want the accolades."pic.twitter.com/yUxhevnSHC
— Bill Maxwell 🌊REMOVE TRUMP 2020🌊 (@Bill_Maxwell_) March 30, 2020
Finally, the president noted certain precautionary measures that he’s taken to stop COVID-19, in spite of Democrats’ disapproval. One prime example is the travel restrictions to and from China; although the left originally demonized these limitations, it’s turned out that China travel restrictions have actually reduced the amount of COVID-19 deaths.
What Happens This Week?
At this time, Americans are asked to stay in accordance with social distancing guidelines. The president and White House coronavirus task force will continue to keep the nation informed about progress against the virus.
Trump is also working closely with various governors across the nation as states take their own measures to flatten the curve and ultimately stop the spread of coronavirus. The president’s administration has furthermore denied online rumors about impending martial law or a national quarantine.
What do you think about President Trump’s response to Nancy Pelosi? How do you think this week’s fight against coronavirus will pan out? Let us know in the comments section below!