Trump plays golf for the first time after the coronovirus epidemic

Trump plays golf for the first time after the coronovirus epidemic
Trump plays golf for the first time after the coronovirus epidemic

President Donald Trump played golf for the first time on Saturday, as he declared a national emergency more than two months before the coronavirus virus epidemic caused the majority of American society to shut down. His return to the course was the final sign that he wanted the country to return in time before the outbreak, even though the US had the highest number of virus deaths. In the United States it is approaching 100,000, what was once predicted would be double.

Trump also planned a Memorial Day visit to Arlington National Cemetery in Baltimore and Fort McHenry National Monument, which was followed by a visit to orbit American astronauts during a trip to the Florida coast on Wednesday.

The day after Trump said the golf outing took place, houses of worship are "necessary" and demanded that the governor allow them to reopen over the holiday weekend. He coordinated the White House Coronovirus Task Force Dr. Deborah also followed the guidance of the Birks that people were fine to stay out until this weekend as long as they took proper safety precautions.

Trump left the White House in a white polo shirt, white hat and dark pants. Later pictures on Twitter showed him swinging a golf club swinging and driving alone on the field at his private Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia.

The White House did not comment on the president's activities at the club, but said it discussed the impact of the epidemic on the global economy with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday.

The golf trip was the president's first visit to one of his properties to make money since March 8, when he visited his private golf club in West Palm Beach for the weekend at his Florida home. The World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global pandemic on March 11, and Trump declared a national emergency two days later.

Trump is an avid golfer who was heard telling his White House guests how much he missed playing the game.

On Friday, Birx said it is okay for Americans to play golf, tennis, or other sports this weekend "if they live 6 feet (1.8 meters) away." He also said that the Washington metropolitan area had the highest positivity rate in the country. The capital city coronavirus has a higher mortality rate than all four states: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.

According to a count from Johns Hopkins University, the United States leads the world with 1.6 million coronavirus cases and more than 96,000 deaths.

Trump has ordered American flags on joint buildings and national monuments until the disease caused by the coronovirus has been moved to an individual level in memory of Americans with COVID-19.

Trump often criticized Barack Obama's regular golf outing when he was president.

"Can you believe that with all the problems and difficulties facing the United States, President Obama spent the day playing golf? Worse than Carter," Trump said in October 2014 during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa Tweeted, in which Obama was compared to former President Jimmy Carter.

Post a Comment