Trump Moves To ERADICATE Deadly Coronavirus

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President Donald Trump has made history before. Now he’s preparing to do it yet again.

In a shocking strategic move, President Trump authorized a $100 million package to strike against the spread of the virus and support the areas most affected. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has confirmed this.

Responding to the WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) is an American organization that’s monitoring the Coronavirus situation. Earlier this month, the WHO declared a global health emergency due to the rapid spread of the deadly virus.

It’s believed that Coronavirus could potentially hit the United States in a massive way – which makes it an extremely dangerous threat.

The WHO has been fundraising to help make a dent in the recent outbreak of the virus in China to make sure that it doesn’t end up affecting citizens who live here.

Trump answered the call for help by pledging $100 million to the cause, both to support the WHO’s efforts and those affected by the virus in China.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated, “This commitment — along with the hundreds of millions generously donated by the American private sector — demonstrates strong U.S. leadership in response to the outbreak.”

Why This Is Important

President Trump’s administration has already done countless things that have helped make America great again. Trump has helped increase jobs, boost the stock market, and resist the impeachment efforts launched against him.

Now, Trump is trying to defeat the Coronavirus.

Whether you like Trump or not, you have to admit that he has been one of the most effective presidents in United States history. The fact that he’s taking stands to fight such big battles shows that he’s a leader – unlike presidents in the past decade like Obama and Bush.

People could literally die from this virus. The fact that Trump is trying to stop it shows what a great leader he is. Thank God that we have him.

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