White House surprisingly credits Trump with “Ending the COVID-19 Pandemic”

White House surprisingly credits Trump with “Ending the COVID-19 Pandemic”
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29 October 2020
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Despite reports of a new surge of COVID-19 cases, the Donald Trump administration has surprisingly declared victory over the coronavirus pandemic.  In a news release accompanying the release of a 62-page report, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy cited “ending the COVID-19 pandemic” as one of President Trump’s first-term accomplishments.

The United States recorded nearly 75,000 coronavirus cases in one day as the confirmed death toll from COVID-19 neared 227,000.  The U.S. has recorded over a half-million new coronavirus cases over just the last week.  More than half of states are at or near record levels of infections, and no state in the union is seeing a decline in new cases.

In Wisconsin, health officials reported 64 coronavirus deaths and nearly 5,300 new daily cases Tuesday, shattering previous records.  Just hours after that announcement, President Trump rallied his supporters in western Wisconsin, where thousands packed shoulder to shoulder at a campaign event where few people wore masks.


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