Kushner says it is ‘disgusting’ that politicians are trying to politicize the coronavirus epidemic

President Trump’s senior adviser, Jared Kushner, told Fox News ‘The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton’ on Sunday that politicians find it “absolutely disgusting” to try to use coronovirus to score political points in an election year.

Kushner, who is also Trump’s son-in-law, pointed to the anniversary of the recent 9/11 attacks and recalled how – in the immediate aftermath – Americans “did not politicize that crisis.”

“We came together as a country,” he said. “President Trump has continued to lead, continue to do the right thing. But it is very sad for me to see how many of these politicians have tried to politicize it. But that’s what they do. ”

The election season is in full swing, and both Trump and Joe Biden are trying to project themselves as the leader who will protect Americans amid the deadly epidemic. Biden’s team has tried to describe Trump who failed to rise to the occasion. Democrats have claimed that Trump did not take the virus seriously in its early stages and has been playing catchup ever since.

Biden also appeared to be struggling to make a clear difference in how the virus returned in March.

“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Bidsey, who was asked by Jake Sullivan, a senior policy adviser for Biden, about Trump’s decision to restrict travel, regarding the former vice president’s decision to hold rallies in March. Played a video clip of Ki’s reaction. China.

“This is no time for Donald Trump’s record of hysteria, xenophobia, hysterical xenophobia – and to lead the way, rather than science, to intimidate,” Biden said.

Wallace asks Sullivan why it took two months for Biden to approve the sanctions. Sullivan denied the deadline, and in a speech on March 12, Bid said that travel restrictions could slow down the virus.

“But they can’t stop the virus,” Sullivan said of the restrictions. “his [Biden’s] The whole point was that, the only way to bring the virus under control is for the President to do his work at home and do his work where the virus was running. ”

Kushner told the program’s host, Steve Hilton, that Trump had taken the virus seriously from the start.

“They said we would have a shortage on frontline workers PPE; they said we were going to die because they weren’t in the ventilator,” Kushner said. It did not happen.”

Kushner also attributed his leadership to Trump in the push for vaccines. He said there are several vaccines that are now in Phase III trials, which is “faster than any possible idea”.

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Kushner said that coronovirus has brought great grief to Americans and has been challenging. But he said Trump is the man for the job and prevents the country from being in a “much worse situation”.