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With 39m unemployed, 1.6m cases and 94,000 deaths, has Donald Trump’s Coronavirus response been a success or an abject failure?

  • Best Answer

    He has ignored the virus and still ignores the virus.  Abject failure.

    Dr.Pepper
    Lv 4 1 week ago 5 2
  • Other Answer
  • He has ignored the virus and still ignores the virus.  Abject failure.

    Dr.Pepper 1 week ago 5 2
  • It has been much better than it would have if H Clinton had been in charge.

    retired old sarge 1 week ago 1 7
  • You can’t stop a virus with 60% Asymptomatic and an R Naught of 2.6. Does not matter what Trump does. It cannot be stopped. Period. Best course is to let it burn Itself out by HERD immunity. Virus must have a host to spread and thrive. If to many people have antibodies, the virus dies because it has no one to pass it on to. I’d say, 40% of the country/city will be sufficient to begin burning itself out 

    Malichi 1 week ago 0 5
  • Trump steered the American economy into one of the best recoveries we have seen in years, but because we are a 70% consumer driven economy faced with a situation that required self isolating of nearly every household in the country, this virus didn't care if you were a red state or blue state....Trump's initial response was swift, and he certainly put peoples safety first, but at the end of the day, Individual States are at the helm of mitigating safety measures, most states did pretty good, people died but the numbers could have been worse, and most likely we will see more ripples from this in spots...over all, Trump gets a passing grade at his initial response, the media is playing both sides of the ball with Trump...as a former democrat myself, I shutter to think how Biden would have handled this on his watch....I'm sorry, if Trump supporters are idiots to you, you can't imagine what I think of Biden supports...I understand they want someone to defeat Trump, that's fair, but voters on the left didn't pick Joe to run, The media picked him for you by wagging the dog at every turn and only giving certain people TV time....as a former democrat, I still contend the left is brainwashed into thinking Joe is viable....the guy is one brain cell away from dementia.

    Al 1 week ago 0 9
  • the numbers you have a wrong, You are talking about Obama/Biden care right 458,000 deaths 98 million Jobs just in its first year

    John 1 week ago 0 10
  • It depends which side of the fence you are on.

    It’s a failure because there are 39m unemployed, 1.6m cases and 94,000 deaths.

    It’s a success because it is not MORE than 39m unemployed, 1.6m cases and 94,000 deaths.

    Git 1 week ago 3 3
  • A failure so far, but let's wait until the dust clears, whenever that may be

    Richard 1 week ago 6 2
  • The 39m unemployed is Trump's fault. He should have followed Sweden's example. However, the 94k deaths are unavoidable, as the flu has been with us since the beginning of history.

    Donnie Doom 1 week ago 1 12
  • A failure of epic proportions. The USA has *one-third* of the world's cases - that's inexcusable! Trump wasted months by denying the crisis was even real, then his actions were too little too late. And thousands are dead as a result of his mishandling & ineptitude.

    Semiconscious 1 week ago 20 6
  • 94,000 deaths and he says he would not have done a thing differently. 

    Kjelstad 1 week ago 12 4
  • Liberals have been criticizing Trump for allowing people to work, but at the same time criticize him for high unemployment?   Very hypocritical.   

    Anonymous 1 week ago 4 17
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