U.S. President Donald Trump condemns former President Barack Obama over criticism of the pandemic reply
U.S.President Donald Trump has condemned former U.S. President Barack Obama over his criticism of how the obligatory administration has managed the virus outbreadk in the country as they presently record for highest number of cases and casualties globally.
After returning back to the White House by Marine one on Sunday, Trump said of Obama, “Look he was an incompetent president,” “That’s all I can say. Grossly incompetent.”
Xinhua news agency reposrted that sometime later in a tweet, Trump named the preceding Obama administration “one of the most corrupt and incompetent in US history.” Trump even asserted that Obama and his Vice President, Joe Biden, were the reasons of him being in the White House now.
These remarks came in a day after Obama released a light veiled critical review of the Trump governance’s handling of the virus outburst. During a virtual commencement talk on Saturday, Obama stated, “More than anything, this pandemic has fully torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they’re doing,” He even added, “ A lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge.”
In an intimate call with supporters in the beginning of this month, Obama called the Trump management’s pandemic response as “an absolute chaotic disaster.” Details of this call were leaked to the media houses. Obama reportedly mentioned, “It’s part of the reason why the response to this global crisis has been so anaemic and spotty,” He further added, “It would have been bad even with the best of the governments.”
According to Johns Hopkins University, U.S presently records for the highest figures of cases and casualties are 1,486,515 and 89,562 respectively throughout the world.
The governance under Trump’s leadership has hostilely shielded its handling of the public health emergency, while the critics have indicated that the leaders and authorities overlooked the early warnings, were slow to act and were not appropriately acknowledging and even tried to politicize the condition by shifting blames.