(NewsReady.com) – President Donald Trump delivered a confident performance at a Fox News virtual town hall Sunday. He offered hope to the country as it continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic. Positivity is something Americans desperately need right now.
The president endorsed the decisions taken by state governors to get the economy running again. He also predicted a vaccine will be available by the end of the year. Trump spoke about the importance of self-sufficiency in medications so we never have to rely on China again.
In a wide-ranging discussion, he light-heartedly dismissed attacks on his record by an increasingly-confused Joe Biden.
Trump on a Biden Tweet: “Joe Biden didn’t write that. That was written from a young man who got very good grades at a very good school.” pic.twitter.com/bkgxA1xWNl
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 4, 2020
Trump didn’t shy away from criticizing the World Health Organization (WHO) for its poor handling of the pandemic, either.
The president didn’t spare any blushes in Beijing, issuing a stern denunciation of the Chinese regime. Trump said he believes China “made a horrible mistake” and they don’t “want to admit” it. He went on to condemn the communists for misleading the WHO and delaying a global response to the virus.
The virtual town hall was exactly what the American people needed as we try to get through this time of uncertainty.
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