Hidden criticism .. Obama attacking Trump: Now we’ve seen what happens

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He said: We have to demand our government the best at all levels

In a veiled criticism that came at a difficult time, former US President Barack Obama, on Tuesday, criticized his successor, Donald Trump, saying that the Republican team “denied the warnings” from the pandemic of “Covid 19”, while warning against ignoring the repercussions of climate change.

Obama turned to social media for his criticism.

“We all saw with great fear the consequences of those who denied the pandemic warnings,” Obama wrote on Twitter.

According to “Sky News” he added: “We cannot bear more consequences for denying climate change. We must all – especially young people – demand our government for the best at all levels, and elections this fall.”

On Tuesday, Trump warned that the United States would go through two “very painful” weeks in fighting the emerging corona virus, which continues to claim increasing numbers of victims in his country and the world at large.

“It will be very painful, we will go through two very, very painful weeks,” Trump said during his daily White House press conference on developments in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic.

The US President described the Covid-19 pandemic as a “scourge”, saying: “I want every American to be prepared for the difficult days ahead.”

The Trump administration has faced harsh criticism for ignoring early warnings about the virus’s outbreak, especially after the number of deaths began to rise in countries such as China and Italy.

The United States has recorded more than 165,000 confirmed cases of the Corona virus so far, and it leads the world in terms of the number of infected people, and the number of deaths in the virus reached 3400 people, more than the official death toll in China.

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Hidden criticism .. Obama attacking Trump: Now we’ve seen what happens

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In a veiled criticism that came at a difficult time, former US President Barack Obama, on Tuesday, criticized his successor, Donald Trump, saying that the Republican team “denied the warnings” from the pandemic of “Covid 19”, while warning against ignoring the repercussions of climate change.

Obama turned to social media for his criticism.

“We all saw with great fear the consequences of those who denied the pandemic warnings,” Obama wrote on Twitter.

According to “Sky News” he added: “We cannot bear more consequences for denying climate change. We must all – especially young people – demand our government for the best at all levels, and elections this fall.”

On Tuesday, Trump warned that the United States would go through two “very painful” weeks in fighting the emerging corona virus, which continues to claim increasing numbers of victims in his country and the world at large.

“It will be very painful, we will go through two very, very painful weeks,” Trump said during his daily White House press conference on developments in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic.

The US President described the Covid-19 pandemic as a “scourge”, saying: “I want every American to be prepared for the difficult days ahead.”

The Trump administration has faced harsh criticism for ignoring early warnings about the virus’s outbreak, especially after the number of deaths began to rise in countries such as China and Italy.

The United States has recorded more than 165,000 confirmed cases of the Corona virus so far, and it leads the world in terms of the number of infected people, and the number of deaths in the virus reached 3400 people, more than the official death toll in China.

01 April 2020 – 8 Shaaban 1441

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He said: We have to demand our government the best at all levels

In a veiled criticism that came at a difficult time, former US President Barack Obama, on Tuesday, criticized his successor, Donald Trump, saying that the Republican team “denied the warnings” from the pandemic of “Covid 19”, while warning against ignoring the repercussions of climate change.

Obama turned to social media for his criticism.

“We all saw with great fear the consequences of those who denied the pandemic warnings,” Obama wrote on Twitter.

According to “Sky News” he added: “We cannot bear more consequences for denying climate change. We must all – especially young people – demand our government for the best at all levels, and elections this fall.”

On Tuesday, Trump warned that the United States would go through two “very painful” weeks in fighting the emerging corona virus, which continues to claim increasing numbers of victims in his country and the world at large.

“It will be very painful, we will go through two very, very painful weeks,” Trump said during his daily White House press conference on developments in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic.

The US President described the Covid-19 pandemic as a “scourge”, saying: “I want every American to be prepared for the difficult days ahead.”

The Trump administration has faced harsh criticism for ignoring early warnings about the virus’s outbreak, especially after the number of deaths began to rise in countries such as China and Italy.

The United States has recorded more than 165,000 confirmed cases of the Corona virus so far, and it leads the world in terms of the number of infected people, and the number of deaths in the virus reached 3400 people, more than the official death toll in China.

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