In yet another instance, President Donald Trump blamed his opponents and fellow Democrats amid the coronavirus pandemic in the country. He said on Friday that some Democrats are hoping that the American economy will not rebound back to its glory from the coronavirus scare because if the economy bounces back, then it will strengthen his electoral chances for the reelection in November. “The people of America want to come back from their homes and restart the economy. It’s happening across the statehouses all over the country, they want to come back,” Trump said in his White House meeting with congressional Republican leaders. His statement came at a time when people across the states are expressing their views against the stay-at-home orders.
He continued, “I think some people don’t want the economy to prosper as it did previously because of their political reasons, which is a concern. But there are real people, the people who want their country to be great again. We will have to open the economy for those people who can help the country in rebuilding the economy.” Trump made similar comments the previous week as well, accusing local Democratic leaders of enforcing strict coronavirus related safety measures. At that time also, Trump accused them of hampering his reelection campaign without offering any evidence for his allegations. Speaking to “Fox & Friends,” Trump said - “I’m telling you, look at some cases, some people think it’s being done for the sake of politics. They think they are doing this because it’ll hurt me. The longer it takes to - hinder my reelection chances, the longer it takes to open up.”
Trump further added, “I can see what’s going on because some of the people are being unrealistic. They are ridiculous. I’ve looked at a couple of states that are being ridiculous, forcing the measures on the people.” His remarks came on the same day the Labor Department reported 20.5 million unemployment cases in April alone. The unemployment rate is at 14.7 percent, the highest level since the Great Depression of 2008.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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