Is The White House Responsible For The Fast Coronavirus Spread In The U.S.A.?

Is it true that the president refused to take test kits that were offered by The World Health Organization because he wanted to use only the ones being developed by America’s great scientists?  Was that a wise decision at the beginning of this outbreak? Is that a decision that could be responsible for the delayed federal response to the crisis?

Are we now facing an unprecedented crippling pandemic because the President might have made a whole series of bad decisions at the beginning?  Was it a mistake for the president to close down the White House Pandemic Response Office when he did?

Is there any merit to claims that the president has been focused more on political optics in regards to the coronavirus outbreak and less focused on taking actions beneficial to the public health and has he really taken a bad situation and somehow made it worse through approaches he has chosen to deal with the situation at hand?

What is YOUR opinion …. and why do you think the way you do about it all?

Leave a comment please.

5 thoughts on “Is The White House Responsible For The Fast Coronavirus Spread In The U.S.A.?

  1. I’m sure you won’t be surprised to hear that I absolutely think he’s completely bungled this crisis. From the turning down of the test kits, to the outright denial that the coronavirus was anything different than the seasonal flu, to the confusing mixed messages he sends out on a daily basis, to the blaming of everyone except himself… This is what happens when you elect a reality tv personality as president.

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