Looking BAD ABNORMALS! Majority of Americans now say they approve of Trump's handling of coronavirus

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You're the dumbass who said we should listen to Fauci and then said we shouldn't when he pointed out that Trump wasn't responsible for the delay in test kits.
Trump is not responsible for the delay in test kits, but he lacked the foresight to get out ahead of this. Both SK and the US had their first case at the same time. In Jan the leader of SK got together with the leaders of the companies that could help and told them the country needed text kits developed and mass produced...and they did it.

Trump got together with such companies in March. He lacked the wisdom and foresight to prepare the nation.
Well, seems SK is having an uptick in cases again...
Which will happen every where on this planet........It will keep coming back until a vaccine or it runs it's course....................Which could go on til next year............Which is why some countries are trying the HARD PATH..........

I'll keep citing Sweden.............they think if the bulk of the nation gets it and recovers .........they can stop it almost permanently..................They remain open for business and school as we speak. There will be casualties............like everyone else.........but most of their country will be better off possibly in a month or so.....compared to the world.
 

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01#01. re: TrumpOroid posts a poll

Start to call Trump the DemonRAT/KUNG FLU GIANT KILLER!....

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The majority of Americans now approve of President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, a change from just one week prior, according to a new Ipsos/ABC News poll.

Of those surveyed, 55 percent said that they approved of the president's handling of the situation, while 43 percent said they disapproved. The numbers were basically reversed from one week ago when 54 percent said they disapproved and 43 percent approved.
Same poll after a couple of weeks of home bound Americans watching their moron President bringing his shit show live every night around dinner time went like this:

Poll: Majority of Americans now disapprove of Trump’s coronavirus response
The president’s latest rating in the survey shows his support backsliding from the levels he achieved in mid-March.​
“Support for President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic has diminished over the past two weeks, according to a new survey, with a majority of Americans now disapproving of his response to the public health crisis.​

An ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday reports that 52 percent of respondents disapprove of his management of the deadly outbreak, while only 47 percent approve.​

Can’t wait for the next Ipsos/ABC News poll to come out:


Published April 16, 2020
Trump approval rating slides in new poll as coronavirus grips the nation
By Paul Steinhauser | Fox News




U.S.
AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS, DONALD TRUMP'S APPROVAL RATING HITS 5-MONTH LOW IN NEW GALLUP POLL
BY MATTHEW IMPELLI ON 4/16/20 AT 4:37 PM EDT


President Donald Trump‘s approval rating has slipped six points in the past month, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday. Trump’s job approval rating is now 43 percent, down six points since mid-March.
 
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This Will be over by June. Americas economy will come roaring back. 5 months of a roaring economy before the election. Sorry leftists this crisis isnt your fix for your senile presidential pick.
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You're the dumbass who said we should listen to Fauci and then said we shouldn't when he pointed out that Trump wasn't responsible for the delay in test kits.
Trump is not responsible for the delay in test kits, but he lacked the foresight to get out ahead of this. Both SK and the US had their first case at the same time. In Jan the leader of SK got together with the leaders of the companies that could help and told them the country needed text kits developed and mass produced...and they did it.

Trump got together with such companies in March. He lacked the wisdom and foresight to prepare the nation.
Well, seems SK is having an uptick in cases again...
Which will happen every where on this planet........It will keep coming back until a vaccine or it runs it's course....................Which could go on til next year............Which is why some countries are trying the HARD PATH..........

I'll keep citing Sweden.............they think if the bulk of the nation gets it and recovers .........they can stop it almost permanently..................They remain open for business and school as we speak. There will be casualties............like everyone else.........but most of their country will be better off possibly in a month or so.....compared to the world.
That's not what Sweden is doing. They want those that are showing symptoms to isolate, they're just trying to keep their economy open while fighting a pandemic and compared to their neighbors they've got a lot of dead people.
 

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Early dismissals? And look who was fighting his early actions..
Read it and weep: This before Trump declared the pandemic a hoax and that his travel ban stopped the virus from being a risk to America.

Joe Biden: Trump is worst possible leader to deal with coronavirus outbreak

JOE BIDEN | OPINION CONTRIBUTOR | 12:32 pm EST January 29, 2020

Trump’s demonstrated failures of judgment and his repeated rejection of science make him the worst possible person to lead our country through a global health challenge.

The outbreak of a new coronavirus, which has already infected more than 2,700 people and killed over 80 in China, will get worse before it gets better. Cases have been confirmed in a dozen countries, with at least five in the United States. There will likely be more.

Trump has blithely tweeted that “it will all work out well.” Yet the steps he has taken as president have only weakened our capacity to respond.

Trump has rolled back much of the progress President Obama and I made to strengthen global health security. He proposed draconian cuts to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Agency for International Development — the very agencies we need to fight this outbreak and prevent future ones.

He dismissed the top White House official in charge of global health security and dismantled the entire team. And he has treated with utmost contempt institutions that facilitate international cooperation, thus undermining the global efforts that keep us safe from pandemics and biological attacks.

To be blunt, I am concerned that the Trump administration’s shortsighted policies have left us unprepared for a dangerous epidemic that will come sooner or later.

Pandemic diseases are a prime example of why international cooperation is a requirement of leadership in 2020. Diseases do not stop at borders. They cannot be thwarted by building a wall. We cannot keep ourselves safe without helping to keep others safe as well and without enlisting the help of other nations in return. And here’s the truth — the United States must step forward to lead these efforts, because no other nation has the resources, the reach or the relationships to marshal an effective international response.

Cruel and unusual: Trump tweeted heartlessly about Ebola in 2014. He's ill-equipped to handle 2019 outbreak.

I will uphold science, not fiction or fear

We brought the world together behind a response that only the United States could mobilize — including dispatching our military on a limited mission to help build the urgent infrastructure necessary to coordinate a massive global public health response, deploying American disaster assistance response teams to Africa, unleashing the NIH to help spur the discovery of new treatments and vaccines, protecting our citizens from potential cases of Ebola in the USA, and harnessing civilian expertise from the CDC at home and abroad.

We acted over the chorus of uninformed objections from critics like Donald Trump, and more than 60 countriesfollowed our lead, contributing over $2 billion, thousands of health professionals and personnel, and other critical resources like personal protective equipment. Just as important, we strengthened our focus on preparing for the next crisis.

That’s the kind of leadership a moment like this demands — a leadership Trump could never deliver.

Former Vice President Joe Biden is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president. Follow him on Twitter: @JoeBiden

Originally Published 4:00 am EST January 27, 2020

Updated 12:32 pm EST January 29, 2020
 
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01#01. re: TrumpOroid posts a poll

Start to call Trump the DemonRAT/KUNG FLU GIANT KILLER!....

:iyfyus.jpg:
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The majority of Americans now approve of President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, a change from just one week prior, according to a new Ipsos/ABC News poll.

Of those surveyed, 55 percent said that they approved of the president's handling of the situation, while 43 percent said they disapproved. The numbers were basically reversed from one week ago when 54 percent said they disapproved and 43 percent approved.
Same poll after a couple of weeks of home bound Americans watching their moron President bringing his shit show live every night around dinner time went like this:

Poll: Majority of Americans now disapprove of Trump’s coronavirus response
The president’s latest rating in the survey shows his support backsliding from the levels he achieved in mid-March.​
“Support for President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic has diminished over the past two weeks, according to a new survey, with a majority of Americans now disapproving of his response to the public health crisis.​

An ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday reports that 52 percent of respondents disapprove of his management of the deadly outbreak, while only 47 percent approve.​

Can’t wait for the next Ipsos/ABC News poll to come out:


Published April 16, 2020
Trump approval rating slides in new poll as coronavirus grips the nation
By Paul Steinhauser | Fox News




U.S.
AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS, DONALD TRUMP'S APPROVAL RATING HITS 5-MONTH LOW IN NEW GALLUP POLL
BY MATTHEW IMPELLI ON 4/16/20 AT 4:37 PM EDT


President Donald Trump‘s approval rating has slipped six points in the past month, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday. Trump’s job approval rating is now 43 percent, down six points since mid-March.
The polls are the same partisan reaction, no matter what question they ask. If it has to do with Trump, all the Republicans say he's wonderful; all the Democrats say he sucks.
 

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