Donald Trump barely uttered a word about COVID-19 tragic toll in his video

Donald Trump barely uttered a word about COVID-19 tragic toll in his video

Donald Trump barely uttered a word about the COVID-19 tragic toll in his video posted on his Twitter account.

As 2020’s final days were very harsh for America due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

December being the deadliest month of COVID-19 tragic toll
December being the deadliest month of COVID-19 tragic toll

The last month, December, was the deadliest month for America, yet President Trump barely uttered a word about it.

The previous day has been the nation’s deadliest month since the COVID-19 pandemic starts.

According to the data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, more than 74,140 deaths are recorded.

More than 6.1 million infections were recorded too in the COVID-19 pandemic’s destruction list.

April was the month when more than 60,738 Americans lost their lives due to the pandemic.

But December becomes the deadliest month, crossing the number with an increase of 2262 deaths.

So, hospitals across the U.S. are becoming overwhelmed and people are dying in record numbers once again.

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Trump boasted about his Administration’s response to the pandemic and not talking about the COVID-19 tragic toll

Trump didn't emit anything about the COVID-19 tragic toll
Trump didn’t emit anything about the COVID-19 tragic toll

In the video posted on Thursday, the last day of the month and year, Trump took the lion’s share of credit for the unprecedented speed in the development of vaccines calling the feat a “medical miracle.”

Trump said, “thanks to Operation Warp Speed we developed a vaccine in just nine months.”

Besides, he said, “we’ve already begun a nationwide vaccination program, and we are sending the vaccine all over the world.

The world will benefit, we will benefit, and everybody’s calling to thank me,”

Donald Trump also praised his work on the economy saying, “built the greatest economy in the history of the world.”

He boasted about his administration’s response to the pandemic, rather than uttering words about COVID-19 tragic toll.

In his signoff, he said, “we’re doing numbers now like nobody’s ever seen before, including having the highest stock market in the history of the world.”

He ended up his recorded message of the last day of the year by adding, “the best is yet to come.”

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