Biden: Meadows Coronovirus commented on the ‘apparent acceptability’ of the Trump strategy to wave the white flag.

Democratic candidate Joe BidenJoe Bidenobaama slams Trump in Miami: ‘Florida Man Won’t Do This Stuff’ Trump has made his case in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin Brad Pitt and described Biden ad broadcast during World Series White House chief of staff Mark meadowsMark Randall asks Meadowsnet Health Committee chair Cuomo, Newsom ‘to stop second-guessing FDA on vaccine efficacy’ shows preview on Sunday: Trump, Biden Gear Up to Final Sprint for Election Day Trump from Barre in Bolins Haven’t asked to investigate, says McInneySunday’s comment that the US is “not going to control the epidemic.”

Biden labeled Meadows’ comments as “explicit acceptance” President TrumpDonald John TrumpObama slogans Trump in Miami: ‘Florida Man Won’t Do This Stuff’ Trump Gives North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin Pence Chiefs of Staff Tests Positive for COVID-19“White flag waving strategy” Statement issued Sunday.

The former vice president said, “White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows admitted this morning that while the administration tried to control the epidemic, they had given up on their basic duty to protect the American people.”

“This was not a slip-up by Meadows, this is President Trump’s strategy clearly from the beginning of this crisis: to wave the white flag of defeat and hope that by ignoring it, the virus will just go away.” Kept. “It is not, and it will not be.”

Biden said it’s “sadly no surprise” that coronoviruses are uncontrolled throughout the country and even in the White House.

Vice President Pence’s office said several of his colleagues, including Chief of Staff Mark Short, tested positive for COVID-19. Earlier this month, Trump himself and dozens of White House staffers or other close contacts are diagnosing coronovirus.

“The reality is that we continue to set records for new cases, and the fact that the head of the White House Coronovirus Task Force has an outbreak in his office and still refuses to follow the CDC guidelines, right Kind shows us, “.

The Democratic nominee called it “particularly outrageous” with studies indicating that masks would save lives, with one from the Washington Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation saying universal masking could save about 100,000 lives over the next few months .

Hearing about President Trump and his administration’s scientists, taking action, and finally taking seriously the threat of a virus that is killing thousands of people every week, closing our schools, and millions of Americans Working out, ”Biden said.

“We are not going to control the epidemic, we are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other nausea,” Meadows told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.

When c.n. Jake topperJacob (Jake) Paul TapperNY Times slammed Farrakhan op-ed to shine: ‘You think he was a gentleman’ Democrats condemned Trump’s rhetoric against Michigan governor. Asked, “Why are we not going to get control of the epidemic.”

“Because it’s an infectious virus like the flu,” Meadows replied, adding the administration “is trying to contain it.”

Biden’s rebuke about Maddons’ remarks a week before the elections is a bit much.


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