“That’s a pretty good job we’re doing,” he gloated. Twelve months later, the U.S. coronavirus death toll has passed 510,000.
The U.S. hit a tragic anniversary Friday, exactly 12 months after then-President Donald Trump gloated that the U.S. was doing a “pretty good job” against the spread of COVID-19 and that the 15 cases in the nation would quickly be “down to close to zero.”
He declared the following day that “like a miracle, it will disappear.”
The U.S. death toll now from COVID-19 has surpassed 510,000. Cases of the coronavirus have topped 28 million.
Trump lied many times about all the millions of lives he saved because of his travel restrictions from China. To this day, some of the shittiest shit-holes repeat that lie. Here’s a fact check on that.
Same thing, lying about Dr. Fauchi and masks