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“We’re Not Going To Control Pandemic”: Trump Aide

Mark Meadows certified that, saying, “We are making efforts to contain it.”

Washington, United States:

Donald Trump’s chief of workers mentioned Sunday that “we’re not going to control the pandemic,” drawing a rebuke from the Biden marketing campaign that “they are admitting defeat.”

Chief of workers Mark Meadows was talking amid a pointy resurgence of the coronavirus throughout the US, with case numbers setting every day data and the demise toll quick approaching 225,000.

When a CNN interviewer requested Meadows why the administration wouldn’t get management of the virus, he replied, “Because it is a contagious virus just like the flu.”

He then certified that, saying, “We are making efforts to contain it.”

Democrat Joe Biden’s working mate Kamala Harris was requested throughout a marketing campaign cease in Michigan about Meadows’ feedback and mentioned, “They are admitting defeat, and I’ve been saying that, and Joe Biden has been saying that since the beginning.”

She criticized Meadows for likening the coronavirus to the flu, in accordance with a pool report.

“This is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of America,” she mentioned.

Biden and Harris have been hammering Trump over his dealing with of the pandemic, which has seen the US undergo roughly one-fifth the world demise complete although its inhabitants is barely 4 p.c the whole.

The illness has reached deep contained in the White House itself. 

Three weeks after Trump was hospitalized with Covid-19, a spokesman introduced Saturday that Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of workers, Marc Short, had examined constructive — however added that Pence would nonetheless proceed criss-crossing the nation within the closing days of the marketing campaign.

CNN interviewer Jake Tapper pressed Meadows about Pence, who heads the White House coronavirus job power, seemingly flaunting pointers of the federal Centers for Disease Control by touring and never self-quarantining after publicity to Short.

“I can tell you he is wearing a mask and will be wearing a mask today,” Meadows mentioned. “Obviously, when you have an exposure you have to take additional mitigation factors.”

Harris stayed off the marketing campaign path briefly after a high aide examined constructive. 

Meantime, whilst Biden usually wears masks and holds small, socially distanced rallies, Trump will proceed to carry a lot bigger occasions with no masks requirement, Meadows mentioned.

“We don’t mandate masks,” he mentioned. “We offer them out. We live in a free society.”

(This story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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