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Trump: Coronavirus Worse Than Pearl Harbor and 9/11

President Trump said Wednesday that the coronavirus outranked the two of the worst calamities of the past 100 years.

“We went through the worst attack we’ve ever had in our country. This is really the worst attack we’ve ever had. This is worse than Pearl Harbor. This is worse than the World Trade Center. There’s never been an attack like this,” President Trump said. “It could have been stopped in China.”

I don’t think he should be comparing these things. It’s not necessary. These are all tragedies.

Seems like Trump wants to reserve for himself stewardship of the country during the HUGEST tragedy of all. And he wants to explain why the economy has tanked.

3 thoughts on “Trump: Coronavirus Worse Than Pearl Harbor and 9/11”

  1. Yes they are all tragedies but the affect of the virus on people and the economy both here and in the world are unbelievably tragic and that’s not to diminish the others. Politicians and Americans came together after pearl harbor and 9/11. Unfortunately the irrational hatred of President Trump has made this far more difficult for the administration. I am sick of all of it. Loss of liberties, insane leaders who are taking advantage for power grabs. I could go on. It is time to move forward practicing safe measures but getting back to work. Those who complain the most that its too soon are being paid or aren’t suffering financially.

  2. “I don’t think he should be comparing these things. It’s not necessary. These are all tragedies.”

    Why not compare them? The MSM does it to him every day…worse than Viet Nam…worse than 9/11…blood on your hands…etc. etc.

    And we know why the economy tanked…he doesn’t need to explain it. It was forced to tank with the lockdowns and “quarantines” – unprecedented in our history. And we’re not even sure if we had to take that approach.

  3. “…and did we give up after the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor!?”

    Surprised Pres Trump did not mention that historic US speech. -LOL

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