White House aiming for Trump pivot from virus to economy

Monday, 27 Apr, 2020

"I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute, one minute, and is there a way we can do something like that by injection, inside or nearly a cleaning", Mr Trump said yesterday at a coronavirus task force briefing.

On Thursday, the USA leader amazed viewers by saying doctors could treat people infected with the coronavirus by shining ultraviolet light into their bodies or injecting household disinfectants.

Brix, a leading doctor specialising in HIV/AIDS immunology, said the dialogue should focus on asymptomatic cases and not on the president's remarks.

"So, this is the first experience of this virus in an open society, where we really can understand what's happening to every different age group".

The team for weeks has deliberated what a plan to stimulate an economic rebound should look like, one official said, concluding that "POTUS is strongest when he's focusing on things we can win - like bringing back the economy - rather than giving updates on the virus".

"Few of us know President Donald Trump personally", wrote Ludden, "but all of us know a lot about him".

"The state going bankrupt is something that's not really been anticipated by the Founders", he said. They get record ratings as Americans get only false news.

"When the person with the most powerful position on the planet is encouraging people to think about disinfectants whether it was serious or not, people listen", Michigan Gov.

"I'm always concerned. And that's why we put out key, key gating criteria".

"My advice to the president is to let the health-care professionals handle explaining our health-care response".

The complaint also alleged that Bryan lied in his sworn testimony to Congress when he said he "refrained from working in his capacity as president of VBEG while employed as a DOE SGE", and "mischaracterized as strictly personal his ongoing association with Vadym Glamazdin, a former DOE Ukrainian partner". But I'm not sure how many people actually get to paragraph three, four, and five. "We also have to diagnose the virus before it is evident in communities", she said.

The statement comes as more than 2.7 million people have been infected across the world, and the death toll is now at more than 200,000.

According to the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center, there are over 933,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 53,300 deaths from the viral disease in the United States, which now has the largest number of cases and the highest death toll of all the countries in the world.