US President Donald Trump recognized this Thursday that the country has reached a “sad milestone” that has exceeded 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, with the United States at 1 being the most affected country in the world. 7 million confirmed cases.
“We just reached a very sad milestone when the deaths from the coronavirus pandemic hit 100,000,” the president wrote on Twitter. “I would like to express my sincere condolences and love to all the families and friends of the deceased for what these great people meant and represented,” he added.
Trump has again used the opportunity to point a finger at China, which he accuses of failing to cope with the pandemic, since the coronavirus has occurred in the Chinese city of Wuhan. “Corona virus, a very bad ‘gift’ from China, is progressing all over the world. It is not a good thing,” he warned.
In early May, when the country had more than a million confirmed cases and more than 64,000 deaths, Trump said that “hopefully” the United States would remain below 100,000 lives lost, which is a terrible number. “