Trump takes aim at United States pharma in Ireland

Marco Green
May 5, 2020

Trump expressed optimism about the development of a vaccine, suggesting one could be ready by the end of this year - although experts believe it will take 12 to 18 months.

As of Sunday, a Reuters tally put the USA death toll at over 67,000.

He said the "unique economic relationship between the USA and Ireland benefits both our countries and noted that supply chains for medical and pharmaceutical products have remained fully functional throughout the pandemic".

"The Democrats - the radical left, whatever you want - would rather see people, I'm going to be very nice". We - we could end up at 50 to 60.

"Trump's refusal to participate in a coordinated global effort to respond to COVID19 is the 21st century equivalent of the USA not joining the League of Nations", said Goldberg.

George Conway released an ad Monday blaming the severity of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic downturn as a result of Donald Trump's response to the outbreak in the U.S.

He said there are now more than 750 Us companies with investments in Ireland and over 500 Irish companies that employ 100,000 Americans. 'Today more than 600,000 Americans have died from a deadly virus Donald Trump ignored'.

Congressional Republicans have said their next top legislative priority related to the coronavirus will be steps to protect businesses from being sued when the economy begins to reopen.

From the start, he has tried to downplay concerns over the coronavirus's impact, seeking to allay fears as he seeks re-election.

The president's advisers have nervously watched Trump's support slip in a number of battleground states and he was told last month that if the election were held that day, he would lose to Democrat Joe Biden.

President Trump says the White House is pushing very hard to get a vaccine produced quickly and to make remdesivir more available as a treatment during a Fox News town hall. "Either there was incompetence or they didn't do it for some reason and we're going to have to find out what that reason was".

"You see it with cars, you see it with other things".

Mr Trump, appearing on Fox News on Sunday evening, was asked by one of the reporters why "all of the antibiotics are made in China", and when the USA will be "self-sufficient in antibiotics".

But Birx has struck a far more somber tone in response to demonstrations like those in MI, where hundreds crowded into the Capitol building, some without masks and still others carrying weapons, warning that their actions could have deadly consequences. I don't know what Kellyanne did to her deranged loser of a husband, Moonface, but it must have been really bad.

As the president calls for the country to get back to work, he too is set to resume some sense of normalcy with the resumption of official travel.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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